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Musical Aesthetics: A Historical Reader

From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century (Musical Aesthetics)

by Edward A. Lippman

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Published by Pendragon Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theory of music & musicology,
  • Philosophy And Esthetics Of Music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • General,
  • Music,
  • Philosophy and aesthetics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages430
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8341708M
    ISBN 10091872841X
    ISBN 109780918728418

    Clear, systematic presentation of the evolution of musical style from Gregorian Chant (AD ) to midth-century atonal music. Excellent volume for music students, scholars, and laymen emphasizes the continuity of basic musical principles with detailed coverage of major period styles and composers. Over musical examples. Bibliography. From Platos Ion to works by contemporary philosophers, this anthology showcases classic texts to illuminate the development of philosophical thought about art and the aesthetic. This volume is the most comprehensive collection of readings on aesthetics and the philosophy of art currently available. Brings together the most significant writings in aesthetics and philosophy of art from .

    Louise Rosenblatt [] explains that readers approach the work in ways that can be viewed as aesthetic or efferent. The question is why the reader is reading and what the reader aims to get out of the reading. Is the text established primarily to help readers gain information with as little reading possible, or is the site established in order. In The Senses of Modernism, Sara Danius develops a radically new theoretical and historical Techniques and Aesthetics Fauré and French Musical Aesthetics (Music in the Twentieth Century) La estética hoy / The Aesthetics Today (Signo E Imagen / Sign and Image) (Spanish Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics A Rasa Reader.

    Musical Aesthetics in which perceptual and intuitive musical responses – real-time experiences – are valued as a source of truth. Unlike intellectual aesthetics, which values conscious associations and meticulous artistic appraisals, experiential aesthetics looks primarily at everyday subconscious appreciations. this book will be of. Musical Aesthetics: a Historical Reader (New York, ) ‘Wagner's Conception of the Dream’, JM, viii (), 54– A History of Western Musical Aesthetics (Lincoln, NE, ) ‘The Place of Aesthetics in Theoretical Treatises on Music’, Music Theory and the Exploration of the Past, ed. C. Hatch and D. Bernstein (Chicago, ), –


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A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.

Musical aesthetics: a historical reader. [Edward A Lippman;] Musical aesthetics. New York: Pendragon Press, ©© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward A Lippman.

Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number. Musical aesthetics in this century--like music itself--is distinguished by its concern with specifically musical forms and principles-with the interrelationships and transformation of motifs with the permutations of sets of tones with the characteristics of forms such as the fugue or sonata and with underlying or background structures that are not really audible themselves but that nevertheless are important determinants of the form and sense of the music.

Musical aesthetics is concerned with the beauty and expressiveness of music, and in particular with properties of this kind as they are perceived by hearing. It designates a field of philosophic thought that arose in the West largely during the course of the 18th century, reached its maturity in the 19th century, and has been considerably enlarged and transformed in the 20th by: Lippman, Edward A.

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A History of Western Musical Aesthetics. Among the fine arts music has always held a paramount position. "Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, " wrote Plato.

This book encourages a debate over musical modernity; a debate considering the question whether an examination of the history of European art music may enrich our picture of modernity and whether our understanding of music's development may be transformed by insights into the nature of modernity provided by other historical disciplines.

On one level, she describes it as offering ‘roughly equal parts philosophy of music, history of aesthetics, and analytically informed criticism’ (p. 2), pointing to its genesis as a series of hermeneutic readings in nineteenth-century aesthetics, musical discourse, and composition.

The book begins from an examination of sound, distinguishes sound from tone, and identifies tones as intentional (but not material) objects. Musical understanding is based in a form of imaginative perception, in which metaphors of space, weight, effort, and movement play an organising role.

Given the fact that E. Hoffmann's writings have proved pivotal to discussions of music--musical listening, the idea of absolute music, the reception of church music, and above all, the music of Beethoven--readers may be surprised to learn that English-language music scholarship has lacked a book-length study of the musical thought of Hoffmann.

Aesthetics and Music makes an eloquent case for a humanistic, democratic and genuinely aesthetic conception of music and musical understanding. Anyone interested in what contemporary philosophy has to say about music as an art form will find this thought-provoking and highly enjoyable book required reading/5(19).

The Continuum Aesthetics Series looks at the aesthetic questions and issues raised by all major art forms. Stimulating, engaging and accessible, the series offers food for thought not only for students of aesthetics, but also for. This book contains six chapters covering key areas of musical aesthetics, including aesthetics of emotions; aesthetics of listening; aesthetics of performance; aesthetics of composition; aesthetics of nature; and aesthetics of commerce.

Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordAuthor: David Goldblatt, Stephanie Partridge, Lee Brown. Credits. This article was first published in IRASM [International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music] 39 ():and appears in the Victorian Web with the kind permission of the author and the editors of IRASM.

Images of the title-pages of Haweis's books and his portrait, which do not appear in the print edition of the essay, have been added by. Book Description. Aesthetics: A Reader in Philosophy of the Arts, fourth edition, contains a selection of ninety-six readings organized by individual art forms as well as a final section of readings in philosophical aesthetics that cover multiple art ns include topics that are familiar to students such as painting, photography and movies, architecture, music, literature.

Sir Roger Scruton is a writer and philosopher who has published more than forty books in philosophy, aesthetics and politics. He is a fellow of the British Academy and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.4/5. One of the few books I know of that talks of the political, social, and spiritual meanings of music.

I was moved. It was so nice I read it twice."—David Byrne of "Talking Heads". The companion cassette tape has 44 examples of the music discussed in the book/5. Hip-Hop Aesthetics and Technologies of Production MURRAY FORMAN 30 Airshafts, Loudspeakers, and the Hip Hop Sample: Contexts and African American Musical Aesthetics ANDREW BARTLETT CONTENTS • ix RT_C00a_i-xvi 8/5/04 PM Page ix.

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