Music as Episteme, Text, Sigh & Toll: Comparative Approaches to Musicality as Performance
Zachar Alexander Laskewicz, 2003 - 261 halaman
The primary intention of this work is to present a set of alternative approaches to musicality where the object of analysis is the 'process' of music-making rather than the 'product' or end result. It uses as its source the concept of musicality as a way of comprehending reality rather than as a static reflection of it, and Balinese music is the main cultural example.
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The Musical Episteme
The Musical Text
The Musical Text as an Embedded and Embodied Sign
Musicality as a Sociocultural Tool
tradition is change
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