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