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Danish Yearbook of Musicology, volume 42 · 2018

Section 1 · Articles (volume 42:1)

Alexander Lotzow,
Niels Wilhelm Gade’s Frühlings-Botschaft op. 35 and the Art of Musical Idyll, pp. 3–23

Drawing on Friedrich Schiller’s theory of idyll in poetry, the text asks for the relevance of idyll for the music of Niels W. Gade, exemplarily with regard to his choral-orchestral Frühlings-Botschaft op. 35 to a text by Emanuel Geibel. Contemporary reception, which explicitly classified the piece as ‘idyll’, praised it for several decades. Analysis of text and music suggests that this connectivity might be the consequence of the composition’s managing of creating a hypertrophy of aesthetic and structural layers, yet in an ulterior manner. With regard to Schiller’s utopia of Elysian idyll, Gade’s composition appears to come close to its ideal: by evoking tension without struggle, idyll without stagnancy. And it might be these kinds of assets that form not only a central trait of Gade’s choralorchestral work but of his music in general.

 

Section 2 · Reviews (volume 42:2)

Thomas Holme,
Værkfortegnelser (Nielsen, Hartmann og Scheibe). Review essay, pp. 3–20

Niels Bo Foltmann, Axel Teich Geertinger, Peter Hauge, Niels Krabbe, Bjarke Moe and Elly Bruunshuus Petersen), Catalogue of Carl Nielsen’s Works. Danish Humanist Texts and Studies, 53.
Copenhagen: The Royal Library / Museum Tusculanum Press, 2016.

Inger Sørensen, J. P. E. Hartmann. Thematic-bibliographic Catalogue of his Works. Danish Humanist Texts and Studies, 56. Copenhagen: The Royal Library / Museum Tusculanum Press, 2017

Peter Hauge, Johann Adolph Scheibe. A Catalogue of His Works. Danish Humanist Texts and Studies, 58. Copenhagen: The Royal Library / Museum Tusculanum Press, 2017

Steen Kaargaard Nielsen and Claus Byrith, Danmarks første lydoptagelser. Edisons fonograf i 1890’ernes København. Aarhus: Det Kgl. Bibliotek og Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2017. Reviewed by Holger Schulze, pp. 21-23

Alexander Lotzow, Das Sinfonische Chorstück im 19. Jahrhundert. Studien zur einsätzigen weltlichen Chorwerken mit Orchester von Beethoven bis Brahms. K
ieler Schriften zur Musikwissenschaft, 55. Bärenreiter: Kassel 2017 Reviewed by
Peder Kaj Pedersen, pp. 24-26

 

Section 4 · Reports and Editorial (volume 42:4)

Research projects

Christine Jeanneret,
French Performing Arts in Denmark during the Eighteenth-Century: The French Myth in Migration
 
Simon Skovgaard Boeck, Axel Teich Geertinger, Bjarke Moe, Marita Akhøj Nielsen,
Musik og sprog i reformationstidens danske salmesang
 
Katarina Smitt Engberg,
Carl Nielsen and the Turn-of-the-Century Culture
 
Katrine Wallevik,
Flow Or Stop? How Culture Matters in P3’s Music Radio Programming – pp. 3–10