- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Wagner’s Faustian Understanding of Beethoven’s Ninth
- Chapter 2 The Impact of Beethoven’s Ninth on <i>The Flying Dutchman</i>
- Chapter 3 Wagner, Thematic Dispersion, and Contrary Motion
- Chapter 4 Schumann, Thematic Dispersion, and Contrary Motion
- Chapter 5 Late Schumann, Wagner, and Bach
- Chapter 6 Brahms’s Triple Response to the Ninth
- Chapter 7 Wagner and Schumann
- Appendix 1 Citations of Wagner’s Possible Allusions and Influences in <i>The Flying Dutchman</i>
- Appendix 2 Contrary Motion Counterpoint in the First Movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
- Appendix 3 Contrary Motion Counterpoint in <i>The Flying Dutchman</i>
- Appendix 4 Contrary Motion Counterpoint in the Fourth Movement of Schumann’s Second Symphony
- Appendix 5 Contrary Motion Counterpoint in the First Movement of Brahms’s First Symphony
- Works Cited
- Wagner, Schumann, and the Lessons of Beethoven's Ninth
- University of California Press
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