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The Poet's Echo: Art Song in Russia, 1730-2000
|The Poet’s Echo: Art Song in Russia, 1730-2000’ will be the first interdisciplinary study of Russian art song to be written in English, and the first to move beyond Russian-language works dating from the Soviet era. It will argue that song plays a fundamental role in the formation of the Russian literary canon, as well as exploring the development of emotions and sentiment in modern Russian culture. The thousands of songs listed in the catalogues of Russian libraries offer a rich and underexploited source base for this project. This material will be complemented by secondary sources such as memoirs, diaries, letters, publishers’ catalogues, and concert programmes that are invaluable in charting the reception of poetry in musical composition and performance.|
Dr Philip Ross Bullock, MSt, DPhil (BA Durham), studied at the universities of Durham and Oxford, and has worked at the University of Wales, Bangor, and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London. He held a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at Wolfson College, Oxford, and was Edward T. Cone Member in Music Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton in 2007. He is currently working on the relationship between words and music in Russian culture from the late eighteenth century to the present day.