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Music as a mirror of history. Season 1 [electronic resource] / Professor Robert Greenberg.

Greenberg, Robert, 1954- (author,, lecturer.). hoopla digital. (Added Author).
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Great courses (DVD).

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (24 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sd., col.
  • Publisher: [United States]: The Great Courses , 2016.
  • Distributor: Made available through hoopla

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Formatted Contents Note:
Episode 18 Rimsky-Korsakov: The Golden Cockerel (1907) Episode 11 Brahms: Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op. 25 (1861) Episode 2 Handel: Water Music (1714) Episode 3 Mozart: The Abduction from the Harem (1782) Episode 16 Balakirev: Symphony No. 1 (1898) Episode 20 Berg: Wozzeck (1922) Episode 4 Haydn: Mass in the Time of War (1797) Episode 21 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 13 (1962) Episode 1 Music and History, Madrigals and Maps Episode 12 Gottschalk: The Union (1862) Episode 14 Wagner: The Ring (1876) Episode 6 Beethoven: Wellington's Victory (1813) Episode 9 Glinka: A Life for the Tsar (1836) Episode 17 Janc̀ek: Piano Sonata I.X.1905 (1906) Episode 22 Copland: Symphony No. 3 (1946) Episode 23 Gr̤ecki: Symphony No. 3 (1976) Episode 8 Chopin: tude in C Minor, Op. 10, No. 12 (1831) Episode 5 Beethoven: The Farewell Sonata (1810) Episode 15 Dvork̀: From the New World Symphony (1893) Episode 19 Holst: Ode to Death (1919) Episode 7 Berlioz/de L'Isle: "La Marseillaise" (1830) Episode 13 Verdi: Nabucco (1842) Episode 24 Crumb: Black Angels (1970) Episode 10 Strauss Sr.: Radetzky March (1848).
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Digital content provided by hoopla.
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Lectures presented by Professor Robert Greenberg.
Summary, etc.:
Uncover the fascinating and surprising connections between famous music and historical events, led by celebrated composer and music historian Professor Robert Greenberg. In Music as a Mirror of History, music lovers and history enthusiasts alike will be enthralled by this exploration of how momentous compositions have responded to-and inspired-pivotal points in the history of the world.
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Rated TVPG.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Music appreciation.
Music > History and criticism.

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