Edited by Roe-Min Kok and Laura Tunbridge
Table of Contents
I. The Political Sphere
1. "Robert Schumann and the Culture of German Nationhood,"
2. "Organizing German Musical Life at Mid-Century: Brendel, Schumann and the Leipzig Tonkünstlerversammlungen/Tonkünstlerverein,"
3. "The Cry of the Schuhu: Dissonant History in a Late Schumann Song,"
4. "Segregating Sound: Robert Schumann in the Third Reich,"
Lily E. Hirsch
II. Popular Influences
5. "At the Interstice between 'Popular' and 'Classical': Schumann's Poems of
Queen Mary Stuart and European Sentimentality at Mid-Century,"
6. "Who was Mignon, what was she? Popular Catholicism, Fairytale Archetype,
and Puer Senex in the Reception of Schumann's Requiem für Mignon,"
7. "Entzückt: Schumann, Raphael, Faust,"
8. "Schumann and Agencies of Improvisation,"
9. "Schumann's Melodramatic Afterlife,"
III. Analytical Approaches
10. "Meter and Expression in Robert Schumann's Op. 90,"
11. "Hypermetric Dissonance in the Later Works of Robert Schumann,"
12. "Associative Harmony, Tonal Pairing, and Middleground Structure in Schumann's Sonata Expositions: The Role of the Mediant in the First Movements of the Piano Quintet, Piano Quartet, and 'Rhenish' Symphony,"
13. "Schumann and the style hongrois,"
Julie Hedges Brown
14. "Intermediate States of Key in Schumann,"
IV. 20th-Century Reception
15. "Choreographing Schumann,"
16. "The Fictional Lives of the Schumanns,"
17. "Deserted Chambers of the Mind (Schumann Memories),"
18. "Late Styles,"