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Symphony and Symphonic Thinking in Polish Music Since 1956 [Hardback]

  • Formāts: Hardback, 250 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, weight: 522 g, 80 Halftones, black and white; 80 Illustrations, black and white
  • Izdošanas datums: 13-Jun-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Ashgate Publishing Limited
  • ISBN-10: 1409464709
  • ISBN-13: 9781409464709
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 250 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, weight: 522 g, 80 Halftones, black and white; 80 Illustrations, black and white
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  • Izdevniecība: Ashgate Publishing Limited
  • ISBN-10: 1409464709
  • ISBN-13: 9781409464709
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1956 was a year of transition in Poland, and an important year for Polish music. This year saw the beginning of a political thaw - sometimes called the Polish October - in communist Poland. It was also the year of the establishment of the 'Warsaw Autumn' International Festival of Contemporary Music. This was a time of great artistic ferment in Polish music, which also deeply influenced symphonic thinking. The year 1956 is thus an appropriate starting point for Beata Boleslawska's study of the contemporary Polish symphonic tradition. Boleslawska investigates the influential Polish avant-garde, illuminating the ways in which new musical means and ideas influenced symphonic music and the genre of the symphony in the music of such important composers as Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994), Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki (1933-2010) and Krzysztof Penderecki (b. 1933). Referring to the main elements of the European tradition, as well as examining briefly the symphonic activity in Poland before 1956, the book concentrates on the symphonic writing in the context of avant-garde trends, represented by the so-called 'Polish school of composers', as well as on its later redefinitions proposed by Polish composers up to the present day.
List of music examples
ix
Permissions xii
Preface xiii
1 Towards the symphony and symphonic thinking
1(13)
1.1 Symphony: the nature and status of the genre
1(3)
1.2 Symphony in the twentieth century: terms and ideas
4(10)
1.2.1 Symphonic principles
5(3)
1.2.2 Symphonism
8(6)
2 The symphonic tradition in Polish music before 1956
14(51)
2.1 The Classical and early Romantic symphony: c. 1750-c. 1835
15(7)
2.1.1 The beginnings of the symphony
15(1)
2.1.2 Romantic tendencies and the rise of nationalism
16(6)
2.2 Lack of orchestras and its effect on symphonic music
22(2)
2.3 Late-Romantic symphonism in Polish music: c. 1870-1918
24(12)
2.3.1 The concert overture and symphonic poem
24(6)
2.3.2 The symphony at the turn of the century
30(6)
2.4 Modem times in Polish symphonic music: 1918-1956
36(29)
2.4.1 The inter-war years
36(5)
2.4.2 The war years and post-war reconstructions
41(10)
2.4.3 In the shackles of socialist realism
51(14)
3 The symphony and symphonic thinking in the musical avant-garde: 1956-1974
65(84)
3.1 Warsaw Autumn Festival and the `Polish School'
66(5)
3.2 Sonorism
71(4)
3.3 Symphonic thinking in orchestral music
75(29)
3.3.1 Changing style: Lutoslawski, Baird, Serocki
77(1)
3.3.1.1 Lutoslawski
78(4)
3.3.1.2 Baird and Serocki
82(11)
3.3.2 Powerful debuts: Penderecki and Gorecki
93(1)
3.3.2.1 Penderecki
93(5)
3.3.2.2 Gorecki
98(6)
3.4 The symphony in the avant-garde period
104(45)
3.4.1 Between tradition and experimentation: Mycielski and Meyer
104(4)
3.4.2 An avant-garde experiment: Gorecki's First Symphony `1959'
108(3)
3.4.3 The `stream of consciousness': Baird
111(7)
3.4.4 The synthesis of sonoristic explorations: Penderecki and Szabelski
118(6)
3.4.5 Large-scale end-accented form: Lutoslawski
124(10)
3.4.6 A bipartite cosmic model: Gorecki's Second Symphony
134(15)
4 The symphony in post-avant-garde times: 1974-1994
149(48)
4.1 Postmodernism
151(3)
4.2 `New Romanticism'
154(8)
4.3 Spirituality and the sacred element
162(6)
4.4 The symphony as a public statement
168(7)
4.5 `Pursuing the abstract'
175(22)
5 The symphony at the turn of the centuries: 1994-2017
197(40)
5.1 After Lutoslawski: a symphonic crisis?
197(2)
5.2 `Pursuing the abstract': instrumental symphony
199(17)
5.3 Spirituality and the public statement: vocal symphony
216(13)
5.4 Crossing borders: flirtations with popular music and new media
229(8)
Index 237
Beata Boleslawska (Boleslawska-Lewandowska) holds a PhD from Cardiff University. She is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Art, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw and Chair of the Musicological Section of the Polish Composers' Union. She is the author of Panufnik (2001), Gorecki: A Portrait in Memory (2013), Panufnik: Architect of Emotions (2014), The Life and Works of Andrzej Panufnik (1914-1991) (2015), and editor of Zygmunt Mycielski - Andrzej Panufnik: Correspondence (2016, 2018). In 2007 she was honoured by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and in 2015 by the Polish Composers' Union for her contribution to Polish culture.