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Ravel the decadent

Michael J. Puri

Ravel the decadent

memory, sublimation, and desire

by Michael J. Puri

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Michael J. Puri
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML410.R23 P87 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25313949M
    ISBN 100199735379
    ISBN 109780199735372
    LC Control Number2011012644
    OCLC/WorldCa708358089

    Ravel the Decadent is a dazzling book whose impact will resonate for de cades. Anyone interested in music during the Third Republic, memory studies or the French Decadence will want to consult it. The book is not easy reading—one will need a pile of scores . ravel the decadent memory sublimation and desire Posted By Arthur Hailey Publishing TEXT ID e Online PDF Ebook Epub Library memory sublimation and desire and uses them to delineate the content of this music pinpoint its overlap with .

    Roger Nichols’s biography Ravel (New Haven, ) was recently reissued as a slightly revised paperback, and Stephen Zank’s more focused Irony and Sound: The Music of Maurice Ravel (Woodbridge, ) and Michael Puri’s Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation and Desire (New York and Oxford, ) also show that there is real contemporary. Puri Michael J., Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation, and Desire (New York: Oxford University Press, ). viii + pp. $ June Nineteenth-Century Music Review 11(01)

    This outstanding compilation of articles by Ravel (who was a brilliant critic) features reviews, interviews, and some letters from Cocteau, Colette, de Falla, Richard Strauss, Stravinsky, and other major figures of the time. Category: Music Ravel The Decadent. Aristides Ravel, the protagonist, is an "agent of the police", a sort of investigator/police spy with a troublesome conscience. Called in to help investigate the double murder of a man and a young lady in the man's apartment, Ravel stalks the decadent post-Revolution society, uncovering secret after secret, passion, and revenge.


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Ravel the Decadent will stand for decades as a major contribution to the fields of both musicology and music theory." --Notes "[A] dazzling book whose impact will resonate for decades.

Anyone interested in music during the Th ird Republic, memory studies or the French Decadence will want to consult it." --Nineteenth-Century French StudiesCited by: Ravel the Decadent Memory, Sublimation, and Desire Michael J.

Puri. The first book to thoroughly examine the relationship between French Decadence and music; The first book in musicology to theorize memory in great depth, and thus to make a major contribution to memory studies in the humanities. Ravel the Decadent will stand for decades as a major contribution to the fields of both musicology and music theory." --Notes "[A] dazzling book whose impact will resonate for decades.

Anyone interested in music during the Th ird Republic, memory studies or the French Decadence will want to consult it." --Nineteenth-Century French Studies4/5(1). Download Ravel The Decadent books, The music of Maurice Ravel (), beloved by musicians and audiences since its debut, has been a difficult topic for scholars.

The traditional stylistic categories of impressionism, symbolism, and neoclassicism, while relevant, have offered too little purchase on this fascinating but enigmatic work. Get this from a library. Ravel the decadent: memory, sublimation, and desire.

[Michael J Puri] -- The music of Maurice Ravel (), beloved by musicians and audiences since its debut, has been a difficult topic for scholars. The traditional stylistic categories of impressionism, symbolism.

Ravel came of age in the era of Decadent authors such as Joris-Karl Huysmans, Charles Baudelaire, and Oscar Wilde, and the composer frequently acknowledged their influence in him.

Puri's is the first text to link Ravel's music explicitly with the Decadent movement and to develop analytical techniques that examine it music in terms of Decadent.

Book Description: The music of Maurice Ravel (), beloved by musicians and audiences since its debut, has been a difficult topic for scholars. The traditional stylistic categories of impressionism, symbolism, and neoclassicism, while relevant, have offered too little purchase on.

Puri, Ravel the Decadent,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei Beachten Sie bitte die aktuellen Informationen unseres Partners DHL zu Liefereinschränkungen im Ausland. Ravel the Decadent opens by defining the main concepts, giving particular attention to memory and decadence.

It then stakes out contrasting modes of memory in this music: a nostalgic mode that views the past as forever lost, and a more optimistic one that imagines its resurrection and reanimation. About. This is no ordinary album of Ravel's piano music; this music has been a lifelong passion of pianist Ann Martin-Davis and after selecting the works for her first album of Ravel's solo piano music, commissioned by Guild, she read Professor Michael J.

Puri's book, Ravel the Decadent, which breaks new ground by understanding Ravel's compositions to be part of the late nineteenth century. Ravel the Decadent opens by defining the main concepts, giving particular attention to memory and decadence.

It then stakes out contrasting modes of memory in this music: a nostalgic mode that views the past as forever lost, and a more optimistic one that imagines its resurrection and reanimation. Acknowledging Ravel's lifelong identity as a Reviews: 1. between Ravel and Debussy.

Rife with close readings that will satisfy the musicologist, Ravel the Decadent also suits a more general reader through its broadly humanistic key concepts, immersion in contemporary art and literature, and clarity of language. File Size: KB Print Length: pages. The music of Maurice Ravel (), beloved by musicians and audiences since its debut, has been a difficult topic for scholars.

The traditional stylistic categories of impressionism, symbolism, and neoclassicism, while relevant, have offered too little purchase on this fascinating but enigmatic work. In Ravel the Decadent, author Michael Puri provides an innovative and productive solution. This page lists all books in the category Biographies» Classical Composers, about Maurice Ravel, available to browse and buy.

This page lists all books about Maurice Ravel, in category: Biographies» Classical Composers. Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation, and Desire. Author: Puri, Michael J. Ravel the Decadent seeks to break this cycle by providing a broad account of Ravel’s music and relating it to contemporary trends in early European modernism.

When dealing with a specific repertoire, such as the output of a single composer, we oft en rely on preexisting critical terms to capture its particular style.

Ravel came of age during the heyday of this cultural and aesthetic movement (c. ), whose members and precursors included Mallarme, Huysmans, Wilde, Baudelaire and Poe. From a variety of Decadent topics and stances, Puri focuses on all three of the book's subtitles: memory, sublimation and desire.

Maurice Ravel was a French composer whose "decadent" aesthetic sensibilities shaped an important and often-overlooked contribution to his musical era, according to a new book by University of Virginia professor Michael J.

Puri. "Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation, and Desire," published on Feb. 27 by Oxford University Press, is a critical look at the under-noticed role Ravel's music. enquiry, as the book seeks to show how this is manifested in Ravel’s music.

The ‘decadent tendencies’ (p. 8) of the era establish the book’s central themes: memory, sublimation and desire. Puri acknowledges the terms most often used in discussing Ravel’s music, such as Impressionism, Symbolism and. Michael J Puri | Ravel the Decadent: Memory, Sublimation and Desire22nd September In the introduction to his study of Ravel’s music in the context of French decadence, Michael Puri suggests that ‘serious attempts to get to the heart of his music – how it works and what it means’ have been rare.

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