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Stravinsky - The Second Exile: France and America, 1934-1971 (BOOK)

Stravinsky in the Americas (BOOK)

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Stravinsky in the Americas explores the “pre-Craft” period of Igor Stravinsky’s life, from when he first landed on American shores in 1925 to the end of World War II in 1945.

Through a rich archival trove of ephemera, correspondence, photographs, and other documents, eminent musicologist H. Colin Slim examines the twenty-year period that began with Stravinsky as a radical European art-music composer and ended with him as a popular figure in American culture.

This collection traces Stravinsky’s rise to fame—catapulted in large part by his collaborations with Hollywood and Disney and marked by his extra-marital affairs, his grappling with feelings of anti-Semitism, and his encounters with contemporary musicians as the music industry was emerging and taking shape in midcentury America. Slim’s lively narrative records the composer’s larger-than-life persona through a close look at his transatlantic tours and domestic excursions, where Stravinsky’s personal and professional life collided in often-dramatic ways.
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Series: California Studies in 20th-Century Music (Book 23)
Hardcover: 488 pages
Publisher: University of California Press; First edition (March 5, 2019)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.6 x 10 inches