In search of a history of musical interpretation

Stenzl, Jurg
December 1995
Musical Quarterly;Winter 95, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p683
Academic Journal
Focuses on the history of musical interpretation in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. What are the reasons for the longstanding absence of literature on the history of musical interpretation; Information on the different interpretative approaches; What is the importance of musicology and musical culture; Methodology of the history of music.


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