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Edward Lippman | Christopher Hatch

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ISBN 10: 0803229127 / ISBN 13: 9780803229129
Edité par University of Nebraska Press, 1999
Etat : Fine binding Couverture rigide
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Éditeur : University of Nebraska Press

Date d'édition : 1999

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre :Fine binding

Edition : 1st Edition

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Edward A. Lippman’s writings on musical aesthetics comprise a wide variety of areas and employ both systematic and historical approaches, reflecting throughout his unrivaled knowledge of the philosophical literature on music and his deep understanding of the musical repertory. These essays span a broad range of subjects, from the ancients’ sense of what music encompasses to the experience of rhythm in Anton Webern’s work. Lippman surveys the physical and physiological factors that condition musical perception, and he explores the effect of sung text in vocal music. In the more purely philosophical realm, he argues persuasively that music speaks in its own terms, not in any formalistic sense but through the symbolic meanings it conveys. The historically focused essays include investigations of the aesthetic thinking of Wagner and Schumann, an endeavor that leads Lippman to probe the sources and drives behind musical creativity. Elsewhere he explores the development of particular musical styles. The Philosophy and Aesthetics of Music draws upon both philosophy and musicology in demonstrating how the interpretation of music extends far beyond the scope of conventional theory and analysis.

About the Author:

Edward A. Lippman is a professor emeritus of music at Columbia University. He is the author or editor of several books, including A History of Western Musical Aesthetics (Nebraska 1992). Christopher Hatch was a lecturer in music at Columbia University for almost forty years and has written numerous articles and book reviews.

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