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Imprint Oxford ; New York: Academic Skip to main content. This book, with its lapidary clarity, its surprising insights, and its emphasis on musical meaning, is going to change all that. Oxford University Press, Criteria for Analysis I 3. Working at the nexus of musicology, ethnomusicology, and music philosophy and aesthetics, Agawu presents a synthetic and innovative approach to musical meaning which argues deftly for the thinking of music as a discourse in itself-composed not only of sequences of gestures, phrases, or progressions, but az also of the very philosophical and linguistic props that enable the analytical formulations made about music as an object of study.
Working at dicsourse nexus of musicology, ethnomusicology, and music philosophy and aesthetics, Agawu presents a synthetic and innovative approach to musical meaning which argues deftly for the thinking of music as a discourse in itself–composed not only of sequences muskc gestures, phrases, or progressions, but rather also of the very philosophical and linguistic props that enable the analytical formulations made about music as an object of study.
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Raymond Monelle; Music as Discourse: Most users should sign in with their email address. He is also author of Representing African Music: Semiotic Adventures in Romantic Music. Is music a language? Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Criteria for Analysis I– 3. Skip to search Skip to main content.
Does it communicate specific ideas and emotions? Music as Discourse is an essential discorse for all who are interested in the theory, analysis and semiotics of music of the romantic period. Criteria for Analysis II 4. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. The book provides extensive demonstration of the pertinence of a semiological approach to understanding the fully-freighted language of romantic music, stresses the importance of a generative approach to tonal understanding, and provides further insight into the analogy between music mmusic language.
SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Ebook This title is available as an ebook. Brahms, Intermezzo in E Minor, op. Bridges to Free Composition 5. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Beethoven, String Quartet, op. First, his earlier work on semiotics Playing with Signs: Semiotic Adventures in Romantic Music.
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