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Beethoven and His World
Edited by Scott Burnham & Michael P. Steinberg

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface and Acknowledgments by Scott Burnham and Michael P. Steinberg VIl
PART I HEROIC BEETHOVEN
In the Time(s) of the "Eroica"by Reinhold Brinlmann Translated by Irene Zedlacher 1
Beethoven, Florestan, and the Varieties of Heroism by Lewis Lockwood 27
PART II LATE BEETHOVEN
Memory and Invention at the Threshold of Beethoven's Late Style by Elaine Sisman 51
Voices and Their Rhythms in the First Movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 109: Some Thoughts on the Performance and Analysis of a Late-Style Work by Glenn Stanley 88
Voicing Beethoven's Distant Beloved by Nicholas Marston 124
PART III BEETHOVEN IN THE WORKSHOP
Keyboard Instruments of the Young Beethoven by Tilman Skowroneck 151
Contrast and Continuity in Beethoven's Creative Process by William Kinderman 193
PART IV BEETHOVEN IN THE WORLD
Performances of Grief: Vienna's Response to the Death of Beethoven by Christopher Gibbs 227
The Visual Beethoven: Whence, Why, and Whither the Scowl? by Alessandra Comini 286
Beethoven and Masculinity by Sanna Pederson 313
The Search for Meaning in Beethoven: Popularity, Intimacy, and Politics in Historical Perspective by Leon Botstein 332
Index x
Notes on Contributors x

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