I like the unpretentiousness of this experience.
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It lacks the fanciness, the black ties and clicking of Champagne glasses of your usual urban symphony. The performances takes place in a Presbyterian church that seats only a few hundred people — a very quaint venue with terrific acoustics.
During the intermission you can come up and chat with the performers and even with the very talented conductor. Obviously, I have no frame of reference, but I would like to imagine that in the time of Schubert and Beethoven, many orchestras resembled the Boulder Symphony — orchestras for commoners where people came not to show off their designer dresses but purely because of their love for music. If you do something twice, it automatically becomes a tradition. The last two times we went to the Boulder Symphony we stopped by Lark Burger before the performance, and after it we walked to downtown Boulder and the kids loaded up on sugar at a candy store.
Finally, I am writing this at midnight, listening to great music and thinking how lucky I am that a few of you will actually read these words. To these few — thank you. Art is ultimately tragic in that recognition is not an intrinsic part of the creative process.
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By showing that musical romanticism embedded aspects of audiovisual culture, this book addresses one of the grand narratives of music history: that by aligning music purely with the ear and purging its material dimensions, romanticism spurred the development of a culture of serious music. Instead, this book shows how pivotal texts of musical romanticism evidence the entwinements of sight and sound, looking and listening, from which music gained status as the most metaphysical and otherworldly of the arts.
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Sign up. Publications Pages Publications Pages. Advanced Search. Search my Subject Specializations: Select Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Haydn's Sunrise, Beethoven's Shadow: Audiovisual Culture and the Emergence of Musical Romanticism Deirdre Loughridge Abstract This book is about the changing audiovisual culture of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, and its significance for the emergence of musical romanticism.
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