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Musical discourse

Richard Aldrich

Musical discourse

from the New York Times

by Richard Aldrich

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Published by Humphrey Milford in New York :a\bOxford University Press, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music.

  • Edition Notes

    Gift Tamara Bernstein

    Other titlesNew York times.
    Statementby Richard Aldrich.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML60 .A4 1928
    The Physical Object
    Pagination304 p. ;
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18895915M

    Working at the nexus of musicology, ethnomusicology, and music philosophy and aesthetics, the book presents a synthetic and innovative approach to musical meaning which argues deftly for the thinking of music as a discourse in itself—composed not only of sequences of gestures, phrases, or progressions, but rather also of the very. In so doing, this book brings together research from scholars to explore questions around how we communicate through musical discourse, and in the discourses of music. Methods in this collection are drawn from Critical Discourse Analysis, Social Semiotics and Music Studies to expose both the function and semiotic potential of the various modes.

    In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical semiology, examines both music, and discourse about music, as products of human activity that are perceived in varying ways by various cultures. See details - Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music/Translated from French, Pap See all 5 brand new listings. Buy Music as Discourse: Semiotic Adventures In Romantic Music (Oxford Studies In Music Theory) Reprint by Agawu, Kofi (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Kofi Agawu.

    Addressing a broad range of primarily twentieth-century music, the authors examine two related phenomena: musical borrowings or appropriations, and how music has been used to construct, evoke, or represent difference of a musical or a sociocultural kind.   ‘Discourse analysis considers how language, both spoken and written, enacts social and cultural perspectives and identities. Assuming no prior knowledge of linguistics, An Introduction to Discourse Analysis examines the field and presents James Paul Gee’s unique integrated approach which incorporates both a theory of language-in-use and a method of research.’.


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The book provides extensive demonstration of the pertinence of a semiological approach to understanding the fully-freighted language of romantic music, stresses the importance of a generative approach to tonal understanding, and provides further insight into the analogy between music and language.

Music as Discourse is an essential read for all who are interested in the theory, analysis and semiotics of music Cited by: In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical semiology, examines both music and discourse about music as products of human activity that are perceived in varying ways by various by: Kofi Agawu is Professor of Music at Princeton University and an adjunct professor at the University of Ghana, Legon.

He is also author of Representing African Music: Postcolonial Notes, Queries, Positions. Music as Discourse. Semiotic Adventures in Romantic Music. Kofi Agawu. Some of them will have naught to do any more with emotion or, indeed, with "expression" of any sort.

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A Developing Discourse in Music Education book. The selected works of Keith Swanwick. A Developing Discourse in Music Education. DOI link for A Developing Discourse in Music Education.

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In the framework of Critical Discourse. This paper argues that, contrary to what many musicologists and classical musicians have maintained, music can, and should, be analysed as discourse.

It then surveys a number of approaches to the critical analysis of musical discourse and applies these approaches to a range of examples, including sonatas, advertising jingles and news signature. Musical discourse analysis is an interdisciplinary study which is incomplete without consideration of relevant social, linguistic, psychological, visual, gestural, ritual, technical, historical and.

Using critical discourse analysis, this study adds to the dialogue on musical discourse by focusing on the speech acts contained within the lyrics; the social impact of the Commoners. THE STRUCTURE OF MUSICAL DISCOURSE: THE PROBLEM OF THE SONG TEXT by John Blacking Discourse About Music 'Musical discourse' can be discourse about music, or the discourse of music.

My argument belongs to the first, but is chiefly about the second. It is musical discourse about the discourse of music. It uses the language. In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical semiology, examines both music, and discourse about music, as products of human activity that are perceived in varying ways by various cultures/5(24).

The book provides extensive demonstration of the pertinence of a semiological approach to understanding the fully-freighted language of romantic music, stresses the importance of a generative approach to tonal understanding, and provides further insight into the analogy between music and language.

Music as Discourse will be eagerly read by all who are interested in the theory, analysis /5. The text allows the reader to consider Swanwick’s approach to music education and how it is characterised by a concern for musical, and to some extent wider artistic, processes, shaped by his experience as a teacher and performing musician in a variety of settings, and also by the influences of philosophers, psychologists and sociologists.

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Asking such questions as "what is a musical work" and "what constitutes music," Nattiez draws from philosophy, anthropology, music analysis, and history to propose a.

In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical semiology, examines both music, and discourse about music, as products of human activity that are perceived in varying ways by various cultures.

Asking such questions as "what is a musical work" and "what constitutes music," Nattiez draws from philosophy. In so doing, this book brings together research from scholars to explore questions around how we communicate through musical discourse, and in the discourses of music.

Methods in this collection are drawn from Critical Discourse Analysis, Social Semiotics and Music Studies to expose both the function and semiotic potential of the various modes.Genre/Form: Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aldrich, Richard, Musical discourse from the New York times.

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