Samuel Beckett And Music

Author: Mary Bryden
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198184271
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Whether interviews, personal recollections by friends or relatives, or more formal essays, all the material in this collection has either been written specially forthis volume, or is appearing for the first time in English.

Samuel Beckett Repetition And Modern Music

Author: John McGrath
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317059646
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Beckett’s writing has attracted the attention of numerous contemporary composers and an investigation into how this Beckettian "musicalized fiction" has been retranslated into contemporary music forms the second half of the book.

Samuel Beckett S Endgame

Author: Mark S. Byron
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042022884
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Music. in. Endgame'. Thomas. Mansell. 1. Endgame and Music In a note in
Damned to Fame, James Knowlson remarked on one of the most glaring
omissions in the well-furrowed field of Beckett criticism: “Only now, after so much
has been written about Beckett, has a book on the significance of music in his
work been prepared by Mary Bryden” (Knowlson 740 n. 132). Bryden's volume,
Samuel Beckett and Music, appeared in 1998, closely followed by Samuel
Beckett and the Arts, ...

Samuel Beckett And The Arts

Author: Lois Oppenheim
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780815325277
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The first comprehensive presentation of Samuel Beckett's use of the musical and visual arts, this collection addresses important question that extend beyond the literary domain, including the function of art and music in Beckett's narrative ...

Samuel Beckett

Author: Angela B. Moorjani
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042012103
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Endlessness in the Year 2000 Angela B. Moorjani, Carola Veit. GEISTERTRIO:
Beethoven's Music in Samuel Beckett's Ghost Trio Michael Maier The role of
Beethoven's music in Beckett's second television play is very complex. In this
paper, I first analyze the formal structure of the second movement of the
Geistertrio - the Largo assai ed espressivo - that Beckett used in the play. I then
describe at what points in the play Beckett introduced the musical passages from
this movement.

Words And Music

Author: Deborah Fillerup Weagel
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433108365
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Introduction -- Musical contrast in Albert Camus' L'étranger -- Musical counterpoint in Albert Camus' L'étranger -- Musical qualities in Samuel Beckett's En attendant Godot -- Silence in John Cage and Samuel Beckett : 4' 33" and En ...

Essays On Music And The Spoken Word And On Surveying The Field

Author: Suzanne M. Lodato
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042018976
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Samuel Beckett and the Arts of Time: Painting, Music, Narrative”. Oppenheim, ed
. 7-24. Acheson, James. “Beckett Re-Joycing: Words and Music”. Phyllis Carey
and Ed Jewinski, eds. Re: Joyce'n Beckett. New York: Fordham Univ. Press, 1992
. 50-60. Albright, Daniel. “Beckett as Marsyas”. Oppenheim, ed. 25-49. Barthes,
Roland. “La Mort de l'auteur”. Mantéia 5 (1968): 12-17. Becker, Joachim. “
Klangkörper und Mentalchöre: Becketts Hörspiele und das dramatische Werk”.