La Bohème in Full Score by Giacomo Puccini, Opera and Choral Scores

By Giacomo Puccini, Opera and Choral Scores

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Benjamin Carr (1768–1831) and James Hewitt (1770–1820), two English-born composers who immigrated permanently to the United States, nevertheless offered one solution that would have remarkable endurance throughout the century: the use of descriptive, patriotic musical elements—precisely the tools that confounded Curtis and Dwight. Hewitt’s The Battle of Trenton (1797), a solo piano work, depicts George Washington’s famous 1776 crossing of the Delaware River and subsequent trouncing of enemy Hessian forces.

48 Two years later, another Neue Zeitschrift für Musik critic, writing from St. 49 Swept up by such rhetoric, critics often used political language in their interpretations of specific works, especially symphonies. In German-speaking lands in particular, listeners increasingly began to hear the genre as a model of a democratic society and an expression of the political ideal of German unification. 50 As early as the 1820s, moreover, the symphony in German-speaking lands had become an accepted means of distinguishing German national identity from French and Italian because listeners often considered it a distinctly German genre.

Benjamin Carr (1768–1831) and James Hewitt (1770–1820), two English-born composers who immigrated permanently to the United States, nevertheless offered one solution that would have remarkable endurance throughout the century: the use of descriptive, patriotic musical elements—precisely the tools that confounded Curtis and Dwight. Hewitt’s The Battle of Trenton (1797), a solo piano work, depicts George Washington’s famous 1776 crossing of the Delaware River and subsequent trouncing of enemy Hessian forces.

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