Nikolay Myaskovsky: The Conscience of Russian Music Gregor Tassie

ISBN: 9781442231320

Published: May 5th 2014

Hardcover

395 pages


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Nikolay Myaskovsky: The Conscience of Russian Music  by  Gregor Tassie

Nikolay Myaskovsky: The Conscience of Russian Music by Gregor Tassie
May 5th 2014 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 395 pages | ISBN: 9781442231320 | 3.79 Mb

Gregor Tassie describes Nikolay Myaskovsky as one of the great enigmas of 20th-century Russian music. Between the two world wars, the symphonies of Myaskovsky enjoyed great popularity and were performed by all major American and European orchestras- they were some of the most inspiring symphonic works of the last hundred years and prolonged the symphonic genre. But accusations of formalism at the 1948 USSR Composers Congress resulted in the purposeful neglect of his music until the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Myaskovsky wrote some of the most inspiring symphonic works of the last hundred years and prolonged and extended the symphonic genre. In Nikolay Myaskovsky: The Conscience of Russian Music, Tassie gives readers the first modern English-language biography of this Russian composer since his death in 1950.

Tassie draws together information from the composer s diaries and letters, as well as the memoirs of friends and colleagues even his secret police files to chronicle Myaskovsky s early life, subsequent far-reaching influence as a composer, teacher, and journalist, and his final persecution by the Soviet government. This biography will surely rekindle interest in Myaskovsky s remarkable body of work and will interest aficionados, students, and scholars of the modern classical music tradition and history of the arts in Russia.



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