Freedom and the Arts: Essays on Music and Literature by Charles Rosen
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Is there a moment in history when a work receives its ideal interpretation? Or is perpetual negotiation required to preserve the past and accommodate the present? The freedom of interpretation, Charles Rosen suggests in these sparkling explorations, exists in a delicate balance with fidelity to the identity of the original work.
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Let me end by pointing out that Rosen practices what he preaches: When discussing pieces of music in “Freedom and the Arts,” he frequently illustrates his arguments by reproducing passages from their scores. He quotes poetry in French and German, but he does provide translations (often his own). In short, he expects his readership to be as cultivated as he is. It is a great compliment, as well as a shrewd pedagogical device. One finishes any book by Charles Rosen intellectually reenergized, eager to become a deeper reader, a more attentive museumgoer, a better listener.
Charles Welles Rosen ..In recognition of his distinguished career, University of Rochester Press published “Variations on the Canon: Essays on Music from Bach to Boulez in Honor of Charles Rosen on His Eightieth Birthday,” a series of essays and articles by many of Mr. Rosen’s admirers, including Pierre Boulez, Elliott Carter, Philip Gossett, and Sir Charles Mackerras.
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