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The sense of music

semiotic essays

by Raymond Monelle

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Semiotics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-242) and index

    StatementRaymond Monelle ; with a foreword by Robert Hatten
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3838 .M692 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 248 p. :
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16994265M
    ISBN 10069105715X, 0691057168
    LC Control Number00032659

    Sense & Color School of Music Brushy Creek Rd., Ste Cedar Park, TX (We’re just outside Austin, aka The Live Music Capital of the World! There’s a map on our Location Page.) (But now we’re all at home.). This book explores early reflections on music and its effects on the mind and soul. Augustine is an obvious choice for such an analysis, as his De Musica is the only treatise on music by a Christian writer in the first five centuries AD; concerned not only with poetic metre and rhythm, but also with an ontology of music. Focusing on the six books of De Musica, the ConfessiRatings: 0.

    In his book This Is Your Brain On Music, Levitin argues that music could provide adaptive advantage through sexual selection, social bonding, and cognitive development; he questions the assumption that music is the antecedent to language, as opposed to its progenitor, noting that many species display music-like habits that could be seen as Alma mater: Dawson College, McGill University, Harvard . Divided into three sections, Linda Phyllis Austern collects eighteen, cross-disciplinary essays written by some of the most important names in the field to look at this stimulating topic. The first section focuses on the cultural and scientific ways in which music and the sense of hearing work directly on the mind and body. Part Two investigates how music works on the socially constructed.

    And yet active music-making for the majority of adults is rarer, particularly in the Western world. Inhibitions, a fear of failure, lack of self-confidence and a sense of music as an activity for the upper- and middle-classes all contribute to a sense that music is for the talented elite, rather than for everyone. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Making sense of music: foundations for music education. Colin Durrant, Graham Welch. Cassell, - Music - pages. 0 Reviews.


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This is the parable that frames The Sense of Music, a novel treatment of music theory that reinterprets the modern history of Western music in the terms of semiotics. Based on the assumption that music cannot be described without reference to its meaning, Raymond Monelle proposes that works of the Western classical tradition be analyzed in terms of temporality, subjectivity, and topic theory.5/5(1).

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Based on the assumption that music cannot be described without reference to its meaning, Raymond Monelle proposes that works of the Western classical tradition be analyzed in terms of temporality, subjectivity, and topic theory.

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