Listening for the Intimsphäre : Recovering Berlin 1933 through Hans Pfitzner’s Symphony in C-sharp Minor. / MacGregor, Emily.

In: The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 101, No. 1, 09.06.2018, p. 35-75.

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Listening for the Intimsphäre : Recovering Berlin 1933 through Hans Pfitzner’s Symphony in C-sharp Minor. / MacGregor, Emily.

In: The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 101, No. 1, 09.06.2018, p. 35-75.

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