For Toru

Author: Lukas Foss
Publisher: Pembroke Music Company
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Toru Takemitsu

Author: James Siddons
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313272370
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At the time of his death on February 20, 1996, Toru Takemitsu was considered
the leading Japanese composer. All three words in that accolade require
comment. We must ask in what way Takemitsu was leading other composers, for
he was as active in film music and broadcast music as he was in contemporary
music for the concert hall. The meaning of 'Japanese composer' is very elusive.
Takemitsu was not substantially involved in the world of traditional Japanese
music (hogaku, ...

Toru Dutt

Author: Dr. Sheeba Azhar
Publisher: Indra Publishing
ISBN: 938083442X
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It is a great privilege for me to introduce the book 'Toru Dutt' written by Ms Sheeba
Azhar which is an out of the ordinary account of Toru Dutt, the first IndoAnglican
poet. Author has given a biographical account of Toru's life and psychic springs
of her spiritual and creative energies. This book is an essential read especially
for a proper understanding and evaluation of her poetic achievements. What
makes this book unique is that, the author has in great detail showcased the
themes and ...

The Music Of Toru Takemitsu

Author: Peter Burt
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521026956
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10, pp. 404-10 (November Steps); vol. 3, pp. 454-6 (The Dorian Horizon) Choki,
Seiji and Higuchi, Ryf1ichi(eds.), Takemitsu Toru: Oto no Kawa no Yukue [Toru
Takemitsu - Traces of the Stream of Sound], Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2000 Funayama,
Takashi, Takemitsu Toru: Hibiki no Umi e [Toru Takemitsu: Towards the Sea of
Sound], Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo Sha, 1998 Iwaki, Hiroyuki, Sakkyokuka
Takemitsu Toru to Ningen Mayuzumi Toshiro [The Composer Toru Takemitsu
and the Human ...

Toru Dutta Precursor Of Indo Anglian Poetry

Author: Ritu Sharma
Publisher: Unistar Books
ISBN: 9382246983
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Toru Dutt is one of the most distinguished authors in Indo-Anglian literature. Her
work may be meager, but it is of lasting worth. Indo-Anglian literature has
acquired today a scope and status which it never enjoyed in the past. Toru Dutt,
through the brief span of her life, has made splendid contribution to Indo-Anglian
literature. It can be said without much exaggeration that Indo-Anglian literature,
particularly Indo-Anglian poetry would have been something different from what it
is today, ...

Confronting Silence

Author: Toru Takemitsu
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0914913360
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In these writings, available here in English for the first time, the distinguished Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu reflects on his contemporaries, including John Cage, Olivier Messiaen, and Merce Cunningham; on nature, which has profoundly ...

Papers On Indian Writing In English

Author: A.N. Dwivedi
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788171569830
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Toru. Dutt. and. Sarojini. Naidu. A. Comparative. Approach*. By common consent,
Toru Dutt and Sarojini Naidu are the two distinguished daughters of modern India
who have written in English. They took to an alien medium for the expression of
their essentially native genius, and contributed substantially towards the
expansion of the intellectual horizon by carrying to the West the hoary wisdom of
the East. Coming as they did in the wake of the Indian Renaissance in the 19th
century, ...

Perspectives On Indian Poetry In English

Author: M.K. Naik
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
ISBN: 9780391032866
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Toru. Dutt. : The. Mona. Lisa. of. Indian. Poetry. in. English. G.S. Balarama Gupta
It is easier to dismiss Torn Dutt's poetry as derivative than to account for its
enduring appeal, the sources of which are rather inaccessible to Formalistic
schools of criticism. It is so because both her life and art partake of the character
of a legend that is animated by an impulse for life rather than for distinction — the
impulse that imparts significance and presence to the flitting moments of life. Her
poems ...