Music, Language, and Cognition
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BeschreibungMusic, Language, and Cognition is the third collection of Peter Kivy's seminal papers in the philosophy of music. In essays which span his earliest work in the field and his more recent contributions to journals, anthologies, and conference proceedings, Kivy considers the origin of music, the medium of expression in opera, the role of music in film, the nature of an "ideal" performance, and the question of whether absolute music has a meaning, among other issues. Rich with critical analysis and informed by the history of both philosophy and music, this volume will be of interest to anyone who likes not only to listen to music, but to think about it as well.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface ; PART I: HISTORY ; 1. Mainwaring's Handel: Its Relation to British Aesthetics ; 2. Herbert Spencer and a Musical Dispute ; PART II: OPERA AND FILM ; 3. Handel's Operas: The Form of Feeling and the Problem of Appreciation ; 4. Anti-Semitism in Meistersinger ; 5. Speech, Song, and the Transparency of Medium: On Operatic Metaphysics ; 6. Music in the Movies: A Philosophical Inquiry ; PART III: PERFORMANCE ; 7. On the Historically Informed Performance ; 8. Ars perfecta: Toward Perfection in Musical Performance? ; PART IV: INTERPRETATION ; 9. Another Go at the Meaning of Music: Koopman, Davies, and the Meanings of 'Meaning' ; 10. Another Go at Musical Profundity: Stephen Davies and the Game of Chess ; 11. From Ideology to Music: Leonard Meyer's Theory of Style Change ; 12. Sibley's Last Paper ; 13. In Defense of Musical Representation: Music, Representation, and the Hybrid Arts ; 14. Music, Language, and Cognition: Which Doesn't Belong? ; Bibliography ; Index
Pressestimmen"Kivy maintains a leading position in his field with this third book of essays.... Kivy's writing is laced with whimsy--even humor--making his arguments more approachable.... Highly recommended."--R. Stahura, CHOICE
Untertitel: And Other Essays in the Aesthetics of Music. black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2007
Seitenanzahl: 260 Seiten