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Music, Performance, Meaning: Selected Essays (Ashgate Contemporary Thinkers on Critical Musicology Series) [Hardcover]

Nicholas Cook FBA , Harald Kleinschmidt

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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Published writings; Musical form and the listener; The perception of large-scale tonal closure; Beethoven's unfinished piano concerto: a case of double vision?; Schenker's theory of music as ethics; The editor and the virtuoso, or Schenker vs. Bulow; Heinrich Schenker, polemicist: a reading of the 9th symphony monograph; Music minus 1: rock, theory and performance; The domestic gesamtkunstwerk, or record sleeves and reception; At the borders of musical identity: Schenker, Corelli and the Graces; Theorizing musical meaning; Form and syntax: a tale of 2 terms; The other Beethoven: heroism, the canon and the works of 1813-14; Performance writ large: desultory remarks on furnishing the abode of the retired scholar; In praise of symbolic poverty; Writing on music or axes to grind: road rage and musical community; Making music together, or improvisation and its others; Index.

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