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In the virtual cottage industry of recent works on fin-de-sicle Vienna, Hugo Wolf () has been somewhat neglected, perhaps because he was the master of a small genre--the late Romantic lied--and never truly made his mark in the larger forms that command greater public attention. But in the realm of song, he is among the greatest inheritors of Schubert and Schumann, one who was both a. Hugo Wolf's place in musical history is securely established alongside Schubert, Schumann. Brahms and Richard Strauss among the great composers in a genre familiarly known as the German Lied.
'This is the most important book in the English language on the songs of Hugo Wolf since Ernest Newman proclaimed the composer's genius in To the English-speaking student this work is a treasure to which he will find himself returning again and again: it is indispensable to those of us anxious to gain a deeper knowledge of Wolf.'Brand: Faber & Faber. Hugo Wolf and Louise McClelland Urban Hugo Wolf: Letters to Melanie KÃchert University of Wisconsin Press, ; ISBN ; pages This is a love story. It tells of an extraordinary epistolary relationship between Hugo Wolf, one of the greatest masters of the German art song, whose dedication to the poetic spirit of his music was.
Viennese composer Hugo Wolf produced one of the most important song collections of the nineteenth century when he set to music fifty-three poems by the great German poet Eduard Mörike. Susan Youens reappraises this singular collaboration to shed new light on the sophisticated interplay between poetry and music in the : Susan Youens. Hugo Philipp Jacob Wolf (13 March – 22 February ) was an Austrian composer of Slovene origin, particularly noted for his art songs, or Lieder. He brought to this form a concentrated.
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This is the definitive biography of the composer Hugo Wolf (), who was among the greatest Romantic song composers. Frank Walker spent nearly fifteen years researching and writing this authoritative work, Hugo Wolf.
book on inter views with dozens of Wolf's friends, relatives, and fellow musicians and on the letters, diaries, and documents he uncovered to create a portrait/5(10). Hugo Wolf has books on Goodreads with 40 ratings. Hugo Wolf’s most popular book is The Complete Mörike Songs.
Hugo Wolf, who died raving mad in an asylum inwas a singular figure on the Vienna music scene during his short life: Hugo Wolf. book of one opera, legendary bohemian, the most notorious music critic of his time and also, incidentally, the greatest composer of lieder (art songs) who ever lived.
This is the definitive biography of the composer Hugo Wolf (), who was among the greatest Romantic song composers. Frank Walker spent nearly fifteen years researching and writing this authoritative work, drawing on inter views with dozens of Wolf's friends, relatives, and fellow musicians and on the letters, diaries, and documents he uncovered to create a portrait of this head strong Author: Frank Walker.
Piano Accompaniment, Voice - Digital Download Composed by Hugo Wolf () and Hugo Wolf (). Romantic Period. Score. 4 pages. Published by AST Publications (S). Hugo Wolf, in full Hugo Philipp Jakob Wolf, (born MaWindischgraz, Austria [now Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia]—died Feb.
22,Vienna), composer who brought the 19th-century German lied, or art song, to its highest point of development. Wolf studied at the Vienna Conservatory (–77) but had a moody and irascible temperament and was expelled from the conservatory following.
The family from which Hugo Wolf sprang is known to have resided in Windischgraz, in the south of Styria, since the eighteenth century. The town is still a small one, possessing to-day only some two thousand inhabitants. It was in the eighteenth century that Max Wolf, the great-grandfather of the musician, settled : Ernest Newman.
By Hugo Wolf. Vocal & Piano Book. Austrian composer Wolf's splendid settings of 53 poems by the German poet Eduard Morike. Der Tambour * Elfenlied * Verborgenheit and 50 more.
New prose translations. Lists of titles, openings, and glossary included. ry: Vocal Collection. This is a love story. It tells of an extraordinary epistolary relationship between Hugo Wolf, one of the greatest masters of the German art song, whose dedication to the poetic spirit of his music was equaled only by Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann, and Melanie Köchert, the wife of a prominent Viennese jeweler with whom Wolf shared a lifelong emotional, spiritual, and artistic : 3 Gedichte Michelangelo Fur Eine Bassstimme Und Klavier Von Hugo Wolf by Wolf, Hugo, Music By and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Composer: Hugo Wolf ( - ) Listing of art song and choral settings in the database [x] indicates a placeholder for a text that is not yet in the database * indicates that a text cannot (yet?) be displayed on this site because of its copyright status.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Decsey, Ernst, Hugo Wolf. Leipzig, Berlin: Schuster & Loeffler, (OCoLC) Named Person.
Hugo Wolf (hōō´gō vôlf), –, Austrian composer; studied at the Vienna Conservatory. From to he wrote musical criticism for the Vienna Salonblatt. As a composer he first gained attention when his songs began to be published in Wolf's more than Lieder place him with Schubert and Schumann as a supreme master of.
BIOGRAPHY. "Hugo Wolf () was a great composer of songs. Only now has it become possible to tell the full story of his tragic life.
This critical biography is divided between Hugo Wolf the composer and Hugo Wolf the man, resulting in a book which explains and illuminates both aspects of his life.
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By Hugo Wolf. Vocal Book. This wonderful edition contains two of Hugo Wolf's most celebrated song collections. TheSpanisches Liederbuch of 44 songs consists of settings of translations from Cervantes, Lope de Vega and others. The Italienishes Liederbuch comprises 46 songs set to Paul Heyse's polished translations of anonymonous Italian poems datingCategory: Vocal Collection.
Compositions by: Wolf, Hugo. The following 40 pages are in this category, out of 40 total. – All (40) 🔊 – Recordings (1) 𝐍 – Naxos (24) S – Scores (35) P – Parts (3) V – Vocal Scores (2) A – Arrangements and Transcriptions (11) Aus der Kinderzeit.
Eichendorff-Lieder. Fröhliche Fahrt. Hugo Wolf (born Windischgraz (now Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia) 13 March, ; died Vienna, 22 February ) was an Austrian composer of Slovene origin. He is famous for his Lieder (German art songs).
He found new ways of expressing poetry in music. He used the song forms that had been made by Schubert and Schumann, but his harmonies bring something very new and personal to German song. Hugo Wolf was a late 19th century Austrian composer best known for his art songs.
This biography of Hugo Wolf provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. Quick analysis of "Das verlassene Magdlein" for MUSC at Marietta College. Hugo Wolf, a native of Windischgraz (now Slovenjgradec, Slovenia), in the Austro-Hungarian province of Styria, was born on Ma and died on Februthree weeks before his 43rd birthday -- like Schubert, German music's first great lieder composer, of tertiary Schumann, the other great lieder composer (also syphilitic), Wolf died in an insane asylum after.Hugo Wolf: Letters to Melanie Köchert, sensitively translated by Wolf scholar and interpreter Louise McClelland Urban, is a literary and musical even of the highest order.
"For those unfamiliar with the prose of the most witty, literate, and compelling composer since Mozart, this book should whet the appetite for more!"—Susan Youens, author.A supreme master of German song, Hugo Wolf wrote melodies and a pair of operas.
This volume recounts the tragic story of the erratic genius's life and surveys some of his works, including 60 pages on Wolf's songs and 35 pages on his operas. "Very interesting and very stimulating." — .