Annie Oakley (Legends of the Wild West)

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Mendelssohn substantially re-scored Bach's music to produce a wholly Romantic performance, a tradition established by Mozart when he re-scored Handel's Messiah to suit the tastes of an earlier time. The Jungians found Jungian archetypes and the collective unconscious, the Rankians found separation anxiety, the Sullivanians found oral dynamism... The disarray represented by the torn and trampled book, carpet strewn with a doll, and things hanging out of the drawer hint at a recent pouting episode.

Pages: 101

Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (L); 1 edition (March 2010)

ISBN: 1604135948

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