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Surgi de la croupe et du bond

Stéphane Mallarmé: Maurice Ravel

März 1997, 1. Jahrgang, Heft 1, pp 35-74

Surgi de la croupe et du bond. Stéphane Mallarmé: Maurice Ravel

This treatise on Ravel´s setting of a poem by Mallarmé (1913) takes into account with regard to content and form the insight into the fundamental aesthetic and structural autonomy of text and music. Each of the two authors first endeavours to describe (without previous exposure to the subject) one of both realms (text or music) as accurately as possible. Thus above all they avoid an analytical approach to the aesthetic objects that does not go beyond the description of the relationship of these objects to each other in categories of reciprocal correspondence which can hardly do justice to the subtleties and the richness of the composition. The authors are not concerned with the confirmation of a supposed totality of the aesthetic correspondence between text and music. Rather they hope especially on account of their separate descriptions for a penetration of the deeper layers and thus for the possibility of gaining insights into the complicated and fruitful process of mutual contemplation and transformation of both media within the complex union of the composition.

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