Musical History as Seen through Contemporary Eyes
"Musical History as Seen through Contemporary Eyes", edited by Benjamin Knysak and Zdravko Blažekovic, is a Festschrift published in honor of the musicologist H. Robert Cohen. Born in Baltimore, educated in New York, and with a career spanning France, Canada,
and the United States, Cohen is the founder of the Répertoire international de la presse musicale (RIPM), the international project
focused on the historic musical press. With research interests spanning print culture, music iconography, Hector Berlioz, musical
France, and Giuseppe Verdi, this volume presents a collection of essays written by many friends and collaborators exploring these
themes and many others.
"Musical History as Seen through Contemporary Eyes" is a tribute to Cohen’s contributions to musicology, librarianship, and information science spanning more than fifty years.
|Herausgegeben von||Benjamin Knysak, Zdravko Blažekovic|