Reading Music Criticism beyond the Fin-de-siècle Vienna Paradigm

Korstvedt, Benjamin M.
January 2011
Musical Quarterly;Spring/Summer2011, Vol. 94 Issue 1/2, p156
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on musical criticism in the Viennese music industry in the late 19th century. It discourses the history of the musical culture of Vienna, Austria particularly on how musical critics interpreted Viennese music. The author also examines on how critics represented Anton Bruckner's music and how it became a part of the identity of Austrian music.


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