Musico-Poetics in Perspective
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Acknowledgments. Jean-Louis CUPERS and Ulrich WEISSTEIN: Preface. Calvin S. BROWN: A List of Publications Concerned with Musico-Literary Relations. 1. Musico-Poetics Today. Jean LIBIS: Inspiration musicale et composition litteraire. Reflexions sur un roman schubertien. David Michael HERTZ: The Composer's Musico-Literary Experience. Reflections on Song Writing. Francis CLAUDON: Musico-Literary Research in the Last Two Decades (1970-1990). A Sequel. Jean-Louis CUPERS: Metaphores de l'echo et de l'ombre. Regards sur l'evolution des etudes musico-litteraires. 2. Calvin S. Brown in Memoriam. Ulrich WEISSTEIN: The Miracle of Interconnectedness. Calvin S. Brown: A Critical Biography. Walter BERNHART: A Profile in Retrospect. Calvin S. Brown as a Musico-Literary Scholar. 3. Calvin S. Brown's Legacy. Eleven Uncollected Essays in Musico-Poetics. The Musical Structure of De Quincey's Dream-Fugue (1938). The Poetic Use of Musical Forms (1944). The Joe Fisher Symphony (1959). The Musical Analogies in Mallarme's "Un Coup de Des" (1967). Josef Weinheber's Hoelderlin Variations. A Comment and Translation (1968). Musico-Literary Research in the Last Two Decades [1950-1970] (1970). Theme and Variations as a Literary Form (1978). Literature and Music. A Developing Field of Study (1980). The Writing and Reading of Language and Music. Thoughts on Some Parallels Between Two Artistic Media (1984). Theoretical Foundations for the Study of the Mutual Illumination of the Arts (1984). Preface to the New Edition of Music and Literature: A Comparison of the Arts (1987). Notes on the Contributors. Index of Names.

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