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This small but substantial book begins with the “heard” part of the title, with Keller writing about Stravinsky’s embracing of serial technique after years of being vocally anti-Schoenberg. Keller draws on his deep training in psychoanalysis to investigate elements in Stravinsky’s creative character that made this change possible. The “seen” part of the book is contributed by Keller’s wife Cosman through her drawings of Stravinsky (primarily made at rehearsals for BBC concerts in 1958, 1959 and ...more