Phaidon Press, 1996/09/25 - 240 ページ
The first ever book to be published in English about the momentous Russian composer Alfred Schnittke (1934-98), this extensive biography presents a fascinating portrait of a man whose musical output was inextricably linked to the strictures of life in the Soviet Union. His music - a strong reflection of Russian cultural and social traditions, and underlying mentality - enjoys tremendous popularity in his own country, and increasingly on an international level.
The author gives a detailed and admiring discussion of Schnittke's music and his theories, arguing that the various stylistic elements in his works - his characteristic polystylism - may be perceived as part of a new, more universal musical language.
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Review: Alfred Schnittkeユーザー レビュー - Annamária - Goodreads
This is a biography of Schnittke, that's why I don't expect any of his music analysed in the book. This often comes up, when people write reviews about the work. In my oppinion it's simply unfair to ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Alfred Schnittkeユーザー レビュー - Richard - Goodreads
The book was good; it gave a good, comprehensive view on Schnittke's life until 1996. My favorite part was actually the score excerpts included in the book, these were really cool. The biggest issue ... レビュー全文を読む