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Danish yearbook of musicology; v.35, 2007.


Danish yearbook of musicology; v.35, 2007.

Ed. by Michael Fjeldsoe and Thomas Holme Hansen.

Danish Musicological Society


133 pages



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This yearbook, which focuses on research by Danish musicologists or about Danish music, contains three articles, a commentary on the digital editing of music, brief reports on research projects and conferences in Denmark, and book and music reviews. Articles discuss Hanns Eisler's Hollywood Liederbuch; textual techniques in H.C. Andersen's fairytales and poems in comparison to musical techniques used by Robert Schumann (this article is in German); and how Max Steiner's music for Gone with the Wind was transformed into a soundtrack album. A list of publications related to Danish musicology from 2007 are included. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Co.

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