Jean-Jacques NATTIEZ, Music and Discours translated from the French by Carolyn A. Princeton University Press, , XV + examples. Musicology is often. Buy a cheap copy of Music and Discourse book by Jean-Jacques Nattiez. In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical. Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music · Jean-Jacques Nattiez & Carolyn Abbate · Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 51 (1) (). Like.
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To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. Whether it is a question of immanent analysis, dlscourse poietic and esthesic investigations or exegesis, we have to resign ourselves to the fact that we only have access to fragments of truth.
It is a reader situated consciously in the tradition of aesthetics as a distinctive subdiscipline of Western philosophy.
Lippman’s introduction to Ruwet, generous but also a bit defensive, might suggest that the specific aesthetic tradition is under pressure. Nicholas Cook – – Sterling.
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Can Classical Music Be Saved? Though not programmatically constrained, Katz and Dahlhaus are no more adventurous than Lippman with respect to non-Western sources.
In so far as the interpretation of art requires a frameowrk that exceeds the reach of aesthetics as the widest possible inquiry jdan-jacques can still show integration and coherence, but even in this acknowledgedly Eurocentric collection, he almost confesses the need for a new unity broader than the one he can provide. Jerrold Levinson – – Topoi discourxe 2: Towards a Semiology of Music.
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Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. And once again we see how any expansion of the boundaries of aesthetics carries us directly into semiotics. It is certainly gratifying to see historical and ethnological musical data umsic from a unified point of view as he msuic, but at least unlike the other two volumes appeal I think we may question whether his perspective permits a sufficiently intense engagement with critical musical issues.
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Advanced search Search history. Readers of his current Wagner monograph may feel the degree to which it highlights the multiplicity of analytical constructions and pro- posed networks of signification implicitly endorses a familiar relativistic agenda, one that has dominated postmodern discourse.
Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. Musicologie generale et semiologie. Music, Meaning and Media. Jonathan Owen Clark – – Critical Horizons 16 1: It is illusory to suggest that musical works signify if one does not specify, each time and systematically, what musical realities these significations are supported by. anv
The second will focus on problems in musical analysis and the third will concentrate more intensively on problems of ethnomusicology. Nattiez’ central thesis is that the tripartition of the musical fact into the poietic, aesthesic and neutral planes can serve as a universal musicological framework. Eduardo De La Fuente – – Empedocles: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 12 3: One hears much shop talk about getting out of this rut, but the theoretical frameworks have not been forthcoming.
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