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The sense of music. by Victor Zuckerkandl

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton (New Jersey) .
Written in English


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ISBN 100691091021

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OCLC Number: Notes: "Scores" of the music analyzed: 32 p. at end. Index p. Description: x, , 32 pages: music ; 25 cm: Responsibility. This is the parable that frames The Sense of Music, a novel treatment of music theory that reinterprets the modern history of Western music in the terms of semiotics. Based on the assumption that music cannot be described without reference to its meaning, Raymond Monelle proposes that works of the Western classical tradition be analyzed in terms of temporality, subjectivity, and topic theory.   Music, Sense and Nonsense book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The mix of thoughtfulness and brilliance that irradiates /5(2).   This is the parable that frames The Sense of Music, a novel treatment of music theory that reinterprets the modern history of Western music in 2/5(1).