La estética musical de Héctor Berlioz a través de sus textos

  1. Enrique García Revilla
Dirixida por:
  1. Teófilo Sanz Hernández Director

Universidade de defensa: Universidad de Burgos

Ano de defensa: 2012

  1. Antonio Altarriba Ordóñez Presidente/a
  2. Gloria Díez Abad Secretaria
  3. Lydia Vázquez Jiménez Vogal
  4. Mihaela Doina Popa Liseanu Vacarú Vogal
  5. Inés Praga Terente Vogal
  1. Filología

Tipo: Tese

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According to Théophile Gautier, a Trinity of artists arises in the Romantic period in France: It is made up by Hector Berlioz, Délacroix and Victor Hugo. The first of them, well known as a composer, showed a natural feeling for literature. Undoubtedly, Berlioz stands out as the most accomplished writer among composers, far beyond Tchaikovsky, Schumann or Wagner. Nevertheless, he never meant to establish a philosophical system. In any way did Philosophy as a discipline attract him. Thus, we have proceeded in this Doctoral Thesis through a thorough study of his texts, to select, analyze and compare his aesthetic opinions, scattered here and there through thousands of written pages, with the aim of devising for the first time a Berliozian philosophical system on music.