This issue contains a wide variety of information about recent performances and new
CDs, articles on Bruckner's works and reception, and news of current and future events
which will be of interest to Brucknerians.
Contents: Preface - Introduction; tradition and innovation - Masses and early symphonies
- The emergence of the 'Bruckner symphony' - Consolidation and revision - 4 masterpieces
- Bruckner and his disciples - The 8th symphony - The final decade - Anomalies of
history - Appendix Select bibliography - Index
(Articles by Dermot Gault were published in Vol 6/1, Vol 8/3 and Vol 10/1 of The
Simon Sechter’s Fundamental-Bass Theory and Its Influence on the Music of Anton Bruckner Frederick
Stocken Pub.: Edwin Mellen ISBN10: 0-7734-3879-3 300 pages £69.95 (discounts
available) Contrary to the many commentators who presumed there to be a tension between
Sechter’s theory and Bruckner’s mature musical language, this study demonstrates
their compatibility. Using the Adagio of Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, the case is made
for fundamental-bass theory as a revealing tool for analyzing the composer’s music.
Феномен Брукнера Вариации на тему: загадки и парадоксы гения
(The Bruckner Phenomenon: variations on a theme: the enigmas and paradoxes of a
Anna Khomenia: ISBN-13: 978-3-8465-1934-9 LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. 2011
CDS & DVDS REVIEWED
Bruckner: Male Voice Choruses
Anton Bruckner Männerchöre Vol.2
Männerchor Bruckner 12, Ensemble Linz / Thomas Kerbl and Christian Schmidbauer.