Cecile Chaminade And Augusta Holmes

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01The Inner Circle2008061620131014

Exploring the early influences and contrasting experiences of Chaminade and Holmes.

01The Inner Circle2008061620131014

Donald Macleod explores the contrasting experiences of Cécile Chaminade and Augusta Holmès in their family background and training with the help of Marcia Citron, Lovett Distinguished Service Professor of Musicology at Rice University, and Karen Henson, Assistant Professor at Columbia University.

01The Inner Circle2008061620131014

Exploring the early influences and contrasting experiences of Chaminade and Holmes.

Donald Macleod explores the contrasting experiences of Cécile Chaminade and Augusta Holmès in their family background and training with the help of Marcia Citron, Lovett Distinguished Service Professor of Musicology at Rice University, and Karen Henson, Assistant Professor at Columbia University.

02Rising Stars2008061720131015

Exploring how both Chaminade and Holmes used the artistic salon to publicise their music.

02Rising Stars2008061720131015

For both Chaminade and Holmès, the artistic salon proved useful as a vehicle to bring their music to wider attention. Presented by Donald Macleod with Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

02Rising Stars2008061720131015

Exploring how both Chaminade and Holmes used the artistic salon to publicise their music.

For both Chaminade and Holmès, the artistic salon proved useful as a vehicle to bring their music to wider attention. Presented by Donald Macleod with Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

03Dramatic Ambitions2008061820131016

Exploring Chaminade and Holmes's contrasting achievement in opera and ballet.

In today's programme Donald Macleod is joined once again by Marcia Citron and Karen Henson. They consider the events and music which inspired Holmès to write four operas, culminating in the mounting of her opera La Montagne Noire at the Paris Opéra. In contrast, after writing a successful ballet early in her career and despite two attempts at writing an opera, Chaminade never completed a work in either genre thereafter.

04Fame And Reputation2008061920131017

Considering the different ways Chaminade and Holmes exploited celebrity status.

04Fame And Reputation2008061920131017

Chaminade and Holmès profited from the political uncertainties and the dawning of the Third Republic in diverse ways. Presented by Donald Macleod with Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

04Fame And Reputation2008061920131017

Considering the different ways Chaminade and Holmes exploited celebrity status.

Chaminade and Holmès profited from the political uncertainties and the dawning of the Third Republic in diverse ways. Presented by Donald Macleod with Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

05 LASTLegacy2008062020131018

Examining the legacy of Chaminade and Holmes, with experts Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

05 LASTLegacy2008062020131018

Donald Macleod looks at the legacy of Cécile Chaminade and Augusta Holmès and experts Marcia Citron and Karen Henson put the case for their re-evaluation.

05 LASTLegacy2008062020131018

Examining the legacy of Chaminade and Holmes, with experts Marcia Citron and Karen Henson.

Donald Macleod looks at the legacy of Cécile Chaminade and Augusta Holmès and experts Marcia Citron and Karen Henson put the case for their re-evaluation.