Music since 1900 Lateness and Modernism

Music since 1900 Lateness and Modernism

Collins, Sarah (University of Western Australia, Perth)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Explores the political aesthetics of 'lateness' in the cultural sphere after World War I, mapping intersections between the activities, attitudes and ideas of musical and literary figures in Britain. The book will appeal to readers interested in musical modernism, literary modernism and the politics of interwar Britain.
1. The afterlife of a 'Beaten Ghost'; 2. Sketch of a milieu: impasse and lateness; 3. Impersonality and vividness; 'Le Gai Savaire', Philip Heseltine and D. H. Lawrence; 4. Modernism, democracy and the politics of lateness: Kaikhosru Sorabji and the new age; 5. Cycles, rotation and the image: Cecil Gray's music history and H. D.'s Imagism
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