Middle-earth Minstrel: Essays on Music in Tolkien

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Bradford Lee Eden
McFarland, 13 abr. 2010 - 215 páginas
The twentieth century witnessed a dramatic rise in fantasy writing and few works became as popular or have endured as long as the novels of J.R.R. Tolkien. Surprisingly, little critical attention has been paid to the presence of music in his novels. This collection of essays explores the multitude of musical-literary allusions and themes intertwined throughout Tolkien’s body of work. Of particular interest is Tolkien’s scholarly work with medieval music and its presentation and performance practice, as well as the musical influences of his Victorian and Edwardian background. Discographies of Tolkien-influenced music of the 20th and 21st centuries are included.
 

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Introduction
1
Horns of Dawn
7
Inside a Song
26
Songs of Exile in the Mortal Realms
47
JRR Tolkien
61
Tolkiens Unfinished Lay of Lúthien and the Middle English Sir Orfeo
75
Strains of Elvish Song and Voices
85
Dissonance in the Divine Theme
102
Worthy of a Song
114
Tolkien Is the Wind and the Way
126
Liquid Tolkien
140
Performance Art in a Tunnel
171
Contributors
201
Index
205
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Bradford Lee Eden is Dean of Library Services at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana.

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