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Nadia Boulanger and Her World

Jeanice Brooks

Abstract

Nadia Boulanger (1887-1979) was among the most iconic figures in twentieth-century music. Composer, performer, conductor, impresario, and pedagogue, she disseminated her ideas in a variety of media from composition lessons and lectures to radio broadcasts, recordings and concert performances. Boulanger’s world was made up of many different and overlapping “worlds” that embraced both physical places and conceptual domains, ranging from national and global geopolitics to philosophy, aesthetics, and areas of musical activity such as composition, performance, analysis, and pedagogy. In Nadia Boula ... More

Keywords: Nadia Boulanger, French music, twentieth-century music, women in music, modernism, music analysis, music pedagogy

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2020 Print ISBN-13: 9780226750682
Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: May 2021 DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226750859.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Jeanice Brooks, editor
University of Southampton

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The Strange Fate of Boulanger and Pugno’s La ville morte

Alexandra Laederich, translated by Charlotte Mandell

From the Trenches: Extracts from the Final Issue of the Paris Conservatory Gazette

Edited by Nadia and Lili Boulanger, selected, Introduced, and Annotated by Annegret Fauser, translated by Anna Lehmann

From Technique to Musique: The Institutional Pedagogy of Nadia Boulanger

Marie Duchêne-Thégarid, translated by Miranda Stewart

Nadia Boulanger’s 1935 Carte du Tendre

Introduced by Marie Duchêne-Thégarid, introduction Translated by Anna Lehmann

36 rue Ballu: A Multifaceted Place

Cédric Segond-Genovesi, translated by Anna Lehmann

“What an Arrival!” Nadia Boulanger’s New World (1925)

Nadia Boulanger, translated and Annotated by Jeanice Brooks, afterword by Gayle Murchison

For Nadia Boulanger: Five Poems by May Sarton

Introduced by Jeanice Brooks

“What Awaits Them Now?” A Letter to Paris

Zygmunt Mycielski, translated and Annotated by J. Mackenzie Pierce

A Letter from Professor Nadia Boulanger

Translated by J. Mackenzie Pierce

The Beethoven Lectures for the Longy School

Introduced by Cédric Segond-Genovesi, translated by Miranda Stewart