Notes

Notes
1
Nicolas Slonimsky, Lexicon of Musical In- vective: Critical Assaults on Composers Since Beethoven's Time, 2nd edn. (Seattle and London, 1965), p. 68
Slonimsky
68
Lexicon of Musical Invective: Critical Assaults on Composers Since Beethoven's Time
1965
2
Arnold Schoenberg, "Brahms the Progressive," in Style and Idea: Selected Writings of Arnold Schoenberg, ed. Leonard Stein, (New York, 1975), pp. 398-441
Schoenberg
Brahms the Progressive
398
Style and Idea: Selected Writings of Arnold Schoenberg
1975
Peter Gay, "Aimez-Vous Brahms?: On Polarities in Modernism," in his Freud, Jews, and Other Germans (New York, 1978), pp. 231-56
Gay
Aimez-Vous Brahms?: On Polarities in Modernism
231
Freud, Jews, and Other Germans
1978
3
Eric Salzman, Twentieth-Century Music: An Introduction, 2nd edn. (Englewood Cliffs, 1974), p. 32
Salzman
32
Twentieth-Century Music: An Introduction
1974
p. 43
pp. 36-37
"Inherent Tendency of Musical Material," Philosophy of Modern Music, trans. Anne G. Mitchell and Wesley V. Blomster [New York, 1973], pp. 32-37
Mitchell
Inherent Tendency of Musical Material
32
Philosophy of Modern Music
1973
Willi Reich, Schoenberg: A Critical Bi- ography, trans. Leo Black (London, 1971), p. 49
Reich
49
Schoenberg: A Critical Biography
1971
Leo Treitler's discussion of historians' treatments of twentieth- century music, in "The Present as History," Perspectives of NewMusic 7/2 (1969), 1-58
Treitler
The Present as History
1
Perspectives of New Music 7/2
1969
pp. 38ff
4
Karen Monson, Alban Berg (Boston, 1979), p. 65
Monson
65
Alban Berg
1979
n. 3
p. 47
p. 48
5
"Brahms the Progressive," p. 441.
441
Brahms the Progressive
6
Anton Swarowsky and Joseph H. Lederer, Music Re- view 13 (1952), 187-96
187
13
Music Review
1952
7
Gay, "Brahms," p. 254
Gay
254
Brahms
8
Reginald Smith Brindle (The New Music: The Avant-Garde Since 1945 [London, 1975])
Brindle
The New Music: The Avant-Garde Since 1945
1975
Paul Griffiths (Modern Music: The Avant-Garde Since 1945 [New York, 1981])
Griffiths
Modern Music: The Avant-Garde Since 1945
1981
Twentieth Century Music: Its Evolution from the End of the Harmonic Era into the Present Era of Sound [New York, 1967]
1967
Twentieth Century Music: Its Evolution from the End of the Harmonic Era into the Present Era of Sound
p. xiii
Eric Salzman and by H. H. Stuckenschmidt (Twentieth Century Music, trans. Richard Deveson [New York and Toronto, 1969])
Salzman
(Twentieth Century Music
1969
9
William Weber, "Mass Culture and the Reshaping of European Musical Taste, 1770-1870," In- ternational Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Mu- sic 8 (1977), 5-2110.2307/836535
5
10
"Museum Pieces: The Histori- cist Mainstream in Music of the Last Hundred Years," Jour- nal of Musicology 2 (1983), 115-3410.2307/763802
115
p. 119
11
Richard Specht, Johannes Brahms, trans. Eric Blom [Lon- don, 1930], p. 270.
Specht
270
Johannes Brahms
1930
13
"Brahms und die Musik vergangener Epochen," in Die Ausbreitung des Historismus fiber die Musik. Aufsiitze und Diskussionen, ed. Walter Wiora (Regensburg, 1969), p. 152.
Wiora
Brahms und die Musik vergangener Epochen
152
Die Ausbreitung des Historismus fiber die Musik. Aufsiitze und Diskussionen
1969
14
Ludwig Misch's discussion of counterpoint, canon, and diminution in Brahms's Lieder, in "Kontrapunkt und Imitation im Brahmsschen Lied," Die Musikforschung 11 (1958), 155-60
Misch
Kontrapunkt und Imitation im Brahmsschen Lied
155
11
Die Musikforschung
1958
Fellinger points out in "Brahms und die Musik vergangener Epochen," (p. 151), op. 39, no. 16
151
Brahms und die Musik vergangener Epochen
15
Early Choral Music, and its Effect on his own Choral Compositions," in Brahms: Biographical, Documentary and Analytical Studies, ed. Robert Pascall (Cambridge, England, 1983), pp. 27-40
Choral
27
Brahms: Biographical, Documentary and Analytical Studies
1983
Brahms's Choral Compositions and His Library of Early Music (Ann Arbor, 1983)
Brahms's Choral Compositions and His Library of Early Music
1983
16
"Brahms, His Past, and Modes of Music Theory," to be published in Brahms Studies, ed. George Bozarth (forthcom- ing)
Brahms
Brahms Studies
17
"Schubert's Sonata Form and Brahms's First Maturity (I)," this journal 2 (1978), 20.
20
2
journal
1978
18
"Influence: Plagarism and Inspira- tion," this journal 4 (1980), 96
96
4
journal
1980
19
"Museum Pieces," pp. 129-32
129
Museum Pieces
20
"National Music (2)," Style and Idea, p. 174.
National Music (2)
174
Style and Idea
21
The Evolution of Charles Ives's Music: Aesthetics, Quotation, Technique (Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1983), pp. 327-72
327
The Evolution of Charles Ives's Music: Aesthetics, Quotation, Technique
1983
22
Adorno's discussion of "music about music" in his Philosophy of Modern Music, p. 182
Adorno
music about music
182
Philosophy of Modern Music
24
Hans Lenneberg's discussion of the early reception of Stravinsky's Sacre du Printemps in "The Myth of the Unappreciated (Musical) Genius," Musical Quarterly 66 (1980), 228-2910.2307/742089
228
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