Serge Gut

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Serge Gut
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Serge Gut (Franz Liszt, der Unvollendete, documentary by Ute Gebhardt, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, 2010)
Born25 June 1927
Basel Switzerland
Died31 March 2014(2014-03-31) (aged 86)
Education
Occupation
  • Classical composer
  • Musicologist

Serge Gut (25 June 1927 – 31 March 2014[1] on ResMusica[2]) was a French musicologist of Swiss origin.

Biography[edit]

A pupil of Simone Plé-Caussade, Tony Aubin and Olivier Messiaen at the Conservatoire de Paris, of Solange Corbin and Jacques Chailley at the Sorbonne, emeritus professor at the Paris-Sorbonne an composer, Serge Gut was a specialist of Franz Liszt. He was also a great specialist in German and French music of the 19th and early 20th century, the theory of musical language and its evolution.

Selected publications[edit]

  • 1967: La tierce harmonique dans la musique occidentale.[3]
  • 1989: Franz Liszt (Fallois, l'Âge d'homme, 1989, translated into German and expanded in 2009.[4]
  • 1975: Franz Liszt : les éléments du langage musical.[5] (Klinsksieck, 1975, reissued in a revised and expanded version in 2008 at Éditions Aug. Zurfluh)
  • 1993: Correspondence Liszt-d'Agoult (Fayard)
  • 1994: Aspects du Lied romantique allemand.[6] (Actes Sud)
  • 1998: Collection of articles Musicologie au fil des siècles (PUPS), which is the tribute of Paris-Sorbonne University to the person who directed the UFR in music and musicology from 1983 to 1990.[7]
  • 2014: Tristan et Isolde,[8] Fayard, Paris, ISBN 978-2-213-68113-9.
  • 2018: Les principes fondamentaux de la musique occidentale,[9] Beauchesne, Paris, ISBN 978-2-7010-2238-3.

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