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Image from page 274 of “Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]” (1918)
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Title: Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Elson, Louis Charles, 1848-1920
Subjects: Piano Musicians Composers
Publisher: New York : The University Society Inc.
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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world. It was prob-ably the very intensity and multifariousnessof the sensations and emotions he had to ex-press that led to some of the defects of hismusic. His tendency to prolixity, his unfor-tunate trick of repetition without develop-ment, his occasional failure just to attaindistinction of phrase, may quite reasonably be put down to the overcrowding of im-pressions upon the brain, for great artisticwork has to be done with a concentration ofidea and fixity of gaze that is sometimes, byan apparent paradox, more possible to theweaker intellect than to the stronger. Thequest for perfect form becomes harder inproportion to the remoteness of your subjectfrom the broad and easy path tramped outby generations of patient toilers; and themusic of Liszt, if not always as formally cor-rect as that of certain worthy academics,speaks to us direct of a particular man, andof the particular world he lived in, which themusic of the academics, orally pleasant as itmay be, never did and never will.

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THE LISZT MEMORIAL CHAPEL AT BAYREUTH.

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Image from page 326 of “Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]” (1918)
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Title: Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Elson, Louis Charles, 1848-1920
Subjects: Piano Musicians Composers
Publisher: New York : The University Society Inc.
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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ius. In 1871 he settled in Nebenjob Bayreuth, thequiet Bavarian town which he had selectedas the site of his festival theatre, andin 1872 he was able to lay the foundation-stone of the great edifice. The funds forthe enterprise were eventually raisedthrough the organization of Wagner So-cieties throughout Germany, and the firstcomplete performances of the Rnigtetralogy took place in the new buildingin the presence of Emperor William I, KingLudAvig of Bavaria and the leading artistsof many nations. Wagner was now at the pinnacle of hissuccess. Meantime his private relation lifehad undergone considerable change. Theunhappy union with Minna had come to anend some time ago, and in 1870 the com-poser married Cosima, the daughter ofFranz Liszt, who had been the wife of Hansvon Bulow till the year before. A son,Siegfried Wagner, was born soon after, andthis furnished the occasion for the compo-sition of the charming Siegfried Idyll,based on themes from the opera. There remains to be recorded only the

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THE VALKYRIES RIDE After a painting by Hendrich composition of Wagners last work, Par-sifal. That he intended this, not perhapsas the crowning achievement of his career,but as a wrork different and apart from theothers, is indicated by the designation Con-secration Festival Plaj* (Biihiienweih-festspiel). In a letter to King Ludwig ofSeptember 28, 1880, the master wrote: In-deed, how can and may any action in whichthe sublimest mysteries of the Christianfaith are openly put on the stage be per-formed in theatres like ours—it was withquite the right feeling for this that I en-titled Parsifal a Sacred Festival Drama.For this reason also I must dedicate aspecial stage to it, and this can only bethat of my Festival Playhouse standingapart in Nebenjob Bayreuth. There and there aloneshall Parsifal be performed for all futuretime: Never shall Parsifal be produced atany other theatre for the amusement of thepublic! The public has decreed otherwise.There is no further need for pilgrimages * Rienzi wa

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Image from page 275 of “Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]” (1918)
Bayreuth
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Identifier: modernmusicmusic02elso
Title: Modern music and musicians : [Encyclopedic]
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Elson, Louis Charles, 1848-1920
Subjects: Piano Musicians Composers
Publisher: New York : The University Society Inc.
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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THE LISZT MEMORIAL CHAPEL AT BAYREUTH.

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EDVARD HAGERUP GRIEG NORWAYS FOLK SONG HERITAGE IN a life of only sixty-four years, the Nor-wegian composer, Edvard Grieg (1813-1907), was enabled to draw to his nativeland the sympathetic attention of the outerworld by a worthy example of political andartistic nationalism. For his own Norway hehad broadened and refined those rich musi-cal elements which were there inherent. Upto the present, beyond the great masters thatare for all men there have been few greatenough to seize upon the national idiom andto translate it into terms comprehensible tothose for whom that idiom has no meaning.And herein lies the greatness of Grieg, whohas implanted upon the melodies of Nor-way the impress of his own genius, so thatthrough him all nations have grown to loveand delight in a new world of music, vivid,picturesque and entrancing. But Grieg didnot merely take the sad and somber songsor the lively dances of the North andpresent them to civilization in exquisiteform, for quite the largest part of h

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