Mahler in Context

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Explores the institutions, artists, thinkers, cultural movements, socio-political conditions, and personal relationships that shaped Mahler's creative output.

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Preface and acknowledgements: List of abbreviations: Part I. Formation: 1. Family life Stephen McClatchie; 2. A childhood in bohemia: early teachers and friends Reinhold Kubik; 3. Music in Iglau, 1860-75 Timothy Freeze; 4. Student culture in 1870s Vienna Caroline A. Kita; 5. Viennese musical associates, 1875-1883 Charles Youmans; 6. Becoming a conductor: the early years in Mahler's career Peter Revers; 7. Between 'Thrice Homeless' and 'To the Germans in Austria': political conditions in Mahler's Europe Margaret Notley; Part II. Performance: 8. Operatic and orchestral repertoire Anna Stoll Knecht; 9. Collaborators Anna Harwell Celenza; 10. A perfect storm: Mahler's New York Joseph Horowitz; 11. Celebrity Eva Giloi; Part III. Creation: 12. The composer 'goes to press': Mahler's dealings with engravers and publishers in Vienna around 1900 Renate Stark-Voit; 13. Mahler and program music Constantin Floros; 14. Intertextuality in Mahler Vera Micznik; 15. The symphony, 1870-1911 David Larkin; 16. Mahler and the visual arts of his time Martina Pippal; 17. Mahler and modernism Marilyn L. McCoy; 18. Reception in Vienna Kevin C. Karnes; 19. Mahler's press from London to Los Angeles Karen Painter; Part IV. Mind, Body, Spirit: 20. Organized religion Stephen McClatchie; 21. German idealism Morten Solvik; 22. Nietzsche Lesley Chamberlain; 23. Fechner Michael Heidelberger; 24. Literary enthusiasms Jeremy Barham; 25. Romantic relationships Charles Youmans; 26. Mahler and death Carl Niekerk; Part V. Influence: 27. Posthumous reputation, 1911 to World War II Stephen Downes; 28. Mahler and the second Viennese school Wolfgang Rathert; 29. The Mahler revival James L. Zychowicz; 30. Broader influence Thomas Peattie; 31. Adorno Roger Allen; 32. Influences in literature Matthew Werley; 33. Mahler on disc Richard Wattenbarger; 34. Film and recent popular culture Peter Franklin.