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The idea that Felix Mendelssohn prevented his sister, Fanny Hensel, from publishing her compositions is central to biographical representations of her, including Françoise Tillard's Fanny Mendelssohn (1992) and Gloria Kamen's Hidden Music (1996). This story can be traced to nineteenth-century...
The writings of Hans Christian Andersen shed important light on Liszt's years in Weimar and his relationship with the city's most powerful patron, Grand Duke Carl Alexander. Andersen shared a strong friendship with Carl Alexander, and from 1844 to 1857 he visited Weimar on numerous occasions. He...
In contemporary Britain, the music of Elgar carries persistent associations with ideas of nature and a sense of place. Elgar scholarship has usually treated his utterances on the subject as biographical testimony, yet they also evoke a network of concepts inherited from myths, literary...
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