Eulenburg


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Eu·len·burg

(oy'lĕn-bŭrg),
Albert, German neurologist, 1840-1917. See: Eulenburg disease.
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Schmidt (Boston), and Eulenburg (Leipzig); and Pearl Curran (42), whose hugely popular sacred and sentimental art songs such as "Life" were performed regularly and widely by the top singers of the clay, including Caruso.
Homosexuality was a primary focus of interest in both sexology and psychoanalysis and Freud's library includes texts by Ulrichs, Hirshfeld, Block, Eulenburg, Krauss, Rohleder, Carpenter and Ellis, all early pioneers in the study of homosexuality.
The widely used translation into English by William Mitchell, as Essay on the True Art of Playing Keyboard Instruments (New York: Norton, 1949; London: Eulenburg, 1974), and the facsimile reprint with added matter from the 1787 and 1797 Leipzig editions of Parts 1 and 2 respectively, edited by Wolfgang Horn for Barenreiter (Kassel and Basel, 1994), representing a distinct improvement on Lothar Hoffmann-Erbrecht's facsimile edition for Breitkopf (1957), are now joined by the modern edition forming Series VII of CW.
Eulenburg dated February 28, 1886 where Cantor lays out the philosophical ideas underlying his distinctions of various notions of infinity.
Iconography of a Scandal; Political Cartoons and the Eulenburg Affair in Wilhelmin Germany.
Certainly Mann would have known of the trial for homosexuality of the Duke of Eulenburg, a close confidant of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
The Eulenburg trial in the summer had been personally embarrassing for Wilhelm; but his indiscreet "interview" swiftly turned into the major political crisis of his reign, and undermined the whole concept of his semi-autocratic "personal regime.
Imperial intervention allowed Eulenburg to escape prison, but he lost the ear of the kaiser, who then, as historian James Steakley and others have noted, became increasingly bellicose.
The difficulty with this for a general reader is that often facts are repeated in essay after essay or in the case of the important essay on Philip Eulenburg (Wilhelm's closest friend) the reader is assumed to know the colourful details about the scandal that destroyed Eulenburg's career and shook the throne itself.
Eulenburg (specifically Mahler's First [1966], Fourth [1966], and Sixth [1968] symphonies).
Vargo's selection of scandals includes the well-known (Pier Paolo Pasolini) as well as some more esoteric cases (Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Eulenburg Affair).
Robert ()fledge, Gabriel Faure (London: Eulenburg Books, 1979), 51-52; and Graham Johnson: Gabriel Faure: The Songs and their Poets, Guildhall Research Studies (Farnham, Eng.