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Arthur Schnitzler and the crisis of musical culture
Marc Andrew Weiner
Photocopy of thesis (Ph.D.) - Stanford University, 1984.
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The novel's most direct literary model is probably Arthur Schnitzler's fin-de-siècle Vienna play La Ronde, an erotic round made up of 10 dialogues between lovers whose liaisons cross boundaries of marriage and status, with the daisy chain making its way back around to where it started. Szalay's book consists of a dozen brief, plainspoken Brand: Scribner. The first musical, The Little Comedy, is based on an Arthur Schnitzler short story. Set in Vienna near the end of the 19th century, the piece focuses on . "Traumnovelle" ("Dream Story"), "Eyes Wide Shut" maintains a remarkable structural faithfulness to Schnitzler's book, right down to the clan of frat boys who bum-rush Bill on the SoHo streets.
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Schnitzler looked at a world in crisis at the beginning of the 20th century, and every aspect of that crisis is with us today, posing the same issues for Author: Larry Wolff. Arthur Schnitzler was an Austrian author and dramatist. The son of a prominent Hungarian-Jewish laryngologist Johann Schnitzler and Luise Markbreiter (a daughter of the Viennese doctor Philipp Markbreiter), was born in Vienna in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and began studying medicine at the local university in /5.
SCHNITZLER, ARTHUR. SCHNITZLER, ARTHUR (–), Austrian playwright and novelist. Arthur Schnitzler was a Viennese writer very popular before World War I for his "decadent" linkage of love, sexuality, and death. Some historians regard him as a voice of prewar culture at a peak of supposedly peaceful bourgeois creativity.
The Road into the Open (Der Weg ins Freie) is one of only two novels Arthur Schnitzler wrote besides his many novellas, short stories and plays. The novel tells the story of the love relation between an aristocrat, Baron Georg von Wergenthin, /5.
The book concludes with a critique of the iconoclastic interpretations by Patrice Chéreau, Ruth Berghaus, and Hans-Jürgen Syberberg. Arthur Schnitzler and the Crisis of Musical Culture Author: Carl Niekerk.
—Arthur Schnitzler, This book brings together of transmitting the past to the present; the development of European modernism; and the remarkable Jewish contribution to Viennese culture in the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries.
The crucible within which these phenomena interact is Vienna, –Author: Abigail Gillman. Arthur Schnitzler and the crisis of musical culture (Germanistische Abteilung) Jan 1, by Marc A Weiner Hardcover. Arthur Schnitzler recorded his deep frustrations with Jewish social issues in his diary.
35 His autobiography, too—written between and but left unpublished until —is full of reflections on Judaism and antisemitism. His recollections go back to the : Ilse Josepha Lazaroms.
He is the author of Undertones of Insurrection: Music and Cultural Politics in the Modern German Narrative (Transaction ), Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination (Nebraska,), which won the Eugene M. Kayden National University Press Book Award for best book in the Humanities, and Arthur Schnitzler and the Crisis of.
Press Book Award; Undertones of Insurrection: Music, Politics, and the Social Sphere in the Modern German Narrative (); and Arthur Schnitzler and the Crisis of Musical Culture ().
He is currently working on a book on opera and film. Typeset by Joshua Associates Ltd., Marston Road, Oxford OX3 OEL, England. He is the author of Undertones of Insurrection: Music and Cultural Politics in the Modern German Narrative (Transaction, ), Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination (Nebraska,), which won the Eugene M.
Kayden National University Press Book Award for best book in the Humanities, and Arthur Schnitzler and the Crisis of. Fucking Men struggles with onstage intimacy realness a musical reimagining of Arthur Schnitzler’s La Ronde, How canceled BFA Author: Max Maller.
Marc A. Weiner is professor of Germanic Studies at Indiana University. His research interests include German and Austrian music, German-Jewish relations, history of racial and sexual iconographies, and German film.
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Fascinatingly, Schnitzler's productive years spanned the final phase of the Habsburg monarchy, World War I, the First Austrian Republic, and the rise of National Socialism, and he realized earlier than many of his contemporaries the threat that.
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Eyes Wide Shut is a erotic mystery psychological drama film directed, produced and co-written by Stanley on the novella Traumnovelle (Dream Story) by Arthur Schnitzler, the story is transferred from early 20th-century Vienna to s New York film follows the sexually charged adventures of Dr.
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Marc Weiner. Arthur Schnitzler and the Crisis of Musical Culture. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, pages. With the help of the recently available Schnitzler diaries, Weiner has broadened the subject of music in Schnitzler's oeuvre to embrace a significant segment of European fîn-de-iiècle culture.
While his focus seems to. Work. Zweig was a prominent writer in the s and s, befriending Arthur Schnitzler and Sigmund Freud. He was extremely popular in the United States, South America and Europe, and remains so in continental Europe; however, he was largely ignored by the British public.
His fame in America had diminished until the s, when there began an effort on the part of several Cause of death: Barbiturate overdose. Frau Ehrenberg sat with her knitting on the green velvet sofa in the raised bow-window.
Opposite her Else was reading a book. The white head of the marble Isis gleamed from out the far dark part of the room behind the piano, while a streak of light from the next room played through the open door over the grey carpet.
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A free adaptation by David Hare of Arthur Schnitzler's play La Ronde, Mendes's elegant and witty production was memorably described by the Telegraph's Charles Spencer as ' theatrical Viagra Author: Gaby Wood. Peter Gay explores the shocking modernist rebellion that, beginning in the s, transformed art, literature, music, and film.
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LaChiusa’s imaginative musical is based on the play La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler, a satire of the Viennese society, which sparked riots after its premiere inending in a production ban and obscenity charges. For close to years, people have turned to the Book of Psalms for consolation.
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