MUSICOLOGY AND SISTER DISCIPLINES PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

GEN 205.119

  • WILLIAMS B., Scholarship, Authenticity, Honesty, pp. 9-17

 

  • PENROSE R., The Heritage of Pythagoras: Nineteen to the Dozen, pp. 18-30

 

  • BESSON M., REGNAULT P., Brain and Music: An Electrophysiological Approach, pp. 33-46

 

  • CUDDY L. L., SMITH N. A., Perception of Tonal Pitch Space and Tonal Tension, pp. 47-59

 

  • REPP B. H., The Timing Implications of Musical Structures, pp. 60-70

 

  • DELIÈGE I., Listening to a Piece of Music: A Schematization Process Based on Abstracted Surface Cues, pp. 71-87

 

  • KRUMHANSL C. L., Music and Affect: Empirical and Theoretical Contributions from Experimental Psychology, pp. 88-99

 

  • GABRIELSSON A., LINDSTRÖM WIK S., Strong Experience of and with Music, pp. 100-108

 

  • SLOBODA J., Response, pp. 109-117

 

  • BUTLER C., Music and Narrative in Recent Theory, pp. 118-128

 

  • FROLOVA-WALKER M., ‘All Russian Music is So Sad’: Two Constructions of the Russian Soul, through Literature and Music, pp. 129-138

 

  • HADLOCK H., Drowning in Music: Ophelia’s Death and Feminist Hermeneutics, pp. 139-153

 

  • RANKIN S., The Study of Medieval Music: Some Thoughts on Past, Present, and Future, pp. 154-168

 

  • SISMAN E., The Music of Rhetoric, pp. 169-178

 

  • DEATHRIDGE J., Music Historiography, Critical Theory, and Other Tales, pp. 230-238

 

  • FEND M., The Problem of the French Revolution in Music. Historiography and History, pp. 239-250

 

  • DELLA SETA F., Difficoltà della storiografia dell’opera italiana, pp. 251-262

 

  • STROHM R., Collapsing the Dialectic: The Enlightenment Tradition in Music and its Critics, pp. 263-272

 

  • KADEN C., Music and Sociology: Perspective, Horizons, pp. 273-287

 

  • BOHLMAN P. V., Ethnomusicology and Music Sociology, pp. 288-298

 

  • FINNEGAN R., Musical Practices and Hidden Musicians: A Perspective from Sociology and Anthropology, pp. 299-308

 

  • KALISCH V., Music from an Anthropological Perspective, pp. 309-319

 

  • MAGRINI T., From Music-Makers to Virtual Singers: New Musics and Puzzled Scholars, pp. 320-330

 

  • MARTIN P. J., Music and Cultural Practices, pp. 331-341

 

  • VIEIRA DE CARVALHO M., The Sociology of Music as Self-Critical Musicology, pp. 342-355

 

  • ROWELL L., New Music and Philosophy, pp. 367-377

 

  • KIVY P., ‘Absolute Music’ and the ‘New Musicology’, pp. 378-388

 

  • TARASTI E., Signs and Trascendence, pp. 389-400

 

  • KATZ R., ‘Authenticity’, ‘Interpretation’, and ‘Practice’: Probing their Limits, pp. 401-408

 

  • CUMMING N., Four Philosophies of Musical Interpretation, pp. 409-417

 

  • BRETT P., Musicology and Sexuality: The Exemple of Edward J. Dent, pp. 418-427

 

  • NESTROVSKI A., Beethoven’s Ironies, pp. 428-438

 

  • WONG D., Ethnography, Ethnomusicology, and Post-White Theory, pp. 439-454

 

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