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Complete criticism of Joseph d’Ortigues

By Rachel Moore, Laura Hamer and Aurélie Branger

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So far the collection contains three of six phases of the project: all essays and reviews written by Joseph d'Ortigue between 1829 and 1832 in L'Avenir (1830-31), Le Correspondant (1829-31), Le Courrier de l'Europe (1831-2), L'Écho de Vaucluse (1828-9) and Le Mémorial catholique (1827-1829), Journal de Paris and Le ménestrel. Extracts from some of the articles in L’Avenir were reprinted in Le Balcon de l'Opera (Paris: Renduel, 1833). Phases 4 - 6 will follow. D’Ortigue’s writings were collected by Sylvia L’Écuyer (Université de Montréal). The edition was prepared by Rachel Moore (Royal Holloway, University of London), Laura Hamer (Open University) and Aurélie Branger (Paris), under the direction of Sarah Hibberd (University of Nottingham), Clair Rowden (Cardiff University) and Mark Everist (University of Southampton), and supported by a SAS Initiatives grant

Topics: ML
Publisher: Institute of Musical Research
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:http://orca.cf.ac.uk:34502
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