|Notes and Abbreviations||p. xii|
|The Romantic Artist|
|from Elementary Course in Aesthetics||p. 13|
|"The Remarkable Musical Life of the Musician Joseph Berglinger"||p. 19|
|from "Lives of the Great Composers"||p. 30|
|from Daniel Deronda||p. 34|
|The Music of the Future|
|from Philosophy of Music||p. 43|
|from The Artwork of the Future||p. 52|
|from The Music of the Nineteenth Century||p. 70|
|"The Concert of Monsieur Chopin from Warsaw"||p. 81|
|"Rossini's William Tell"||p. 83|
|from Davidsbundlerblatter||p. 99|
|from Berlioz and His "Harold" Symphony||p. 116|
|"The National Peace Jubilee"||p. 133|
|Musical Meaning and Expression|
|"Beethoven's Instrumental Music"||p. 151|
|An Exchange of Letters||p. 156|
|from Vom Musikalisch-Schonen||p. 160|
|from The Power of Sound||p. 169|
|Music Theory and Pedagogy|
|from The Theory of Musical Composition||p. 181|
|from On the Sensations of Tone||p. 189|
|from Music-Study in Germany||p. 198|
|"Music in America"||p. 207|
|from My Bondage and My Freedom||p. 216|
|from Primitive Music||p. 220|
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