|aDifficult rhythm :|bmusic and the word in E.M. Forster /|cMichelle Fillion.
|aUrbana :|bUniversity of Illinois Press,|cc2010.
|axxiii, 196 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aPreface -- E. M. Forster's life in music -- "Creating" Lucia: the voice of Luisa Tetrazzini in Where angels fear to tread -- Wagnerism, "decadent" Wagnerites, and Wagnerian motives in The longest journey -- "New woman" or "piano girl": Lucy's music in A room with a view -- Not listening to Beethoven and Brahms at the Queen's Hall: music as vision in Howard's end -- Tchaikovsky and the deflowering of masculine love in Maurice -- "Beethoven's piano sonatas" (1939-40) and the twilight of the hero -- Claggart's monologue and the art of collaboration in Billy Budd -- Conclusion: difficult rhythm, prophetic song -- Appendix A: Forster's known ballets russes attendance -- Appendix B: Forster's known opera attendance.
|aForster, E. M.|d1879-1970|q(Edward Morgan),|xCriticism and interpretation.
|aForster, E. M.|d1879-1970|q(Edward Morgan),|xKnowledge|xMusic.