Release on 2000 | by England) International Musicological Society Congress 1997 (London
Past, Present, Future : Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of the International Musicological Society, London, ... Musicology has always been conditioned by ' sister disciplines ' , especially by the history of art .
Author: England) International Musicological Society Congress 1997 (London
Drawing on the work of leading experts from around the globe, Musicology and Sister Disciplines provides the definitive, authoritative statement on the scope of musicology today and its relationship to other fields of academic endeavour, including philosophy and aesthetics, literary studies, art history, mathematics, computer science, historiography, and sociology. These groundbreaking papers represent the outcome of a major musicological conference in 1997, and include contributions from the philosopher Bernard Williams and world-famous mathematician Roger Penrose.
Music and affect : empirical and theoretical contributions from experimental psychology . In Musicology and sister disciplines : past , present , future ( ed . D. Greer ) , pp . 88-99 . Oxford : Oxford University Press .
A group of scientists consider emotional development from foetal life onwards. The text includes views from neuroscience, primatology, robotics, psychopathology and prenatal development.
Release on 2008 | by Stephen A. Crist
For a range of views on recent methodological challenges, see “Round Table 3: Directions in Musicology,” especially the opening statements by Andrew Dell'Antonio and Stefano Castelvecchi, in Musicology and Sister Disciplines: Past, ...
It was not simply a matter that the new musicologists sought interdisciplinary connections with what the London IMS (International Musicological Society) Congress in 1997 called musicology's “sister disciplines” (see Greer 2000), ...
A collection of essays which address and critically examine issues in contemporary ethnomusicology. It explores ethnomusicology's shifting disciplinary relationships and plots a range of potential developments for its future
Release on 2018-05-28 | by Lorraine Byrne Bodley
“Maynooth Conference Report”, Journal of Musicology, 14/4 (1996), pp. 579–589. “Music and Sister Disciplines: Past, Present and Future”, Current Musicology 63 (1999), pp. 150–169 [with David Fallows, Helen Greenwald, Andrew D. McCredie ...
The contributions to this Festschrift, honouring the distinguished Irish musicologist Harry White on his sixtieth birthday, have wide repercussions and span a broad timeframe. But for all its variety, this volume is built around two axes: on the one hand, attention is focussed on the history of music and literature in Ireland and the British Isles, and on the other, topics of the German and Austrian musical past. In both cases it reflects the particular interest of a scholar, whose playful, sometimes unconventional way of approaching his subject is so refreshing and time and again leads to innovative, surprising insights. It also reflects a scholar, who – for all the broadening of his perspectives that has taken place over the years – has always adhered to the strands of his scholarly preoccupations that have become dear to him: the music of the 'Austro-Italian Baroque', and Irish musical culture first and foremost. An international cast of authors announces the sustaining influence of Harry White's wide-ranging research. Professor Dr Thomas Hochradner Chair of the Department of Musicology University of Music and Dramatic Arts Mozarteum Salzburg
Sourcebook for Research in Music Third Edition
Release on 2015-06-01 | by Allen Scott
“Musical Pasts and Postmodern Musicologies: A Response to Lawrence Kramer.” Current Musicology, no. ... “Music Criticism and the Postmodernist Turn: In Contrary Motion with Gary Tomlinson. ... Musicology and Sister Disciplines, ...
Since it was first published in 1993, the Sourcebook for Research in Music has become an invaluable resource in musical scholarship. The balance between depth of content and brevity of format makes it ideal for use as a textbook for students, a reference work for faculty and professional musicians, and as an aid for librarians. The introductory chapter includes a comprehensive list of bibliographical terms with definitions; bibliographic terms in German, French, and Italian; and the plan of the Library of Congress and the Dewey Decimal music classification systems. Integrating helpful commentary to instruct the reader on the scope and usefulness of specific items, this updated and expanded edition accounts for the rapid growth in new editions of standard works, in fields such as ethnomusicology, performance practice, women in music, popular music, education, business, and music technology. These enhancements to its already extensive bibliographies ensures that the Sourcebook will continue to be an indispensable reference for years to come.
A Passage of Nostalgia
Release on 2020-12-20 | by Martina Viljoen
The discipline of systematic musicology is less unified than its sister disciplines historical musicology and ethnomusicology: its contents and methods are more diverse and tend to be more closely related to parent disciplines, ...
These proceedings are the outcome of international collaboration between Southern African and international scholars. As such, it is a valuable resource to local as well as international scholars who are interested in the interdisciplinary field of toponomy.
Music Performance Meaning
Release on 2017-07-05 | by Nicholas Cook
In David Greer (ed.), Musicology and Sister Disciplines: Past, Present, and Future. Oxford: Clarendon Press (2000), 552– 554 'One size fits all? Musicology, performance, and globalization' and 'We are all ethnomusicologists now'.
This selection of sixteen of Nicholas Cook's essays covers the period from 1987 to 2004 and brings out the development of the author's ideas over these years. In particular the two keywords of the title -Meaning and Performance- represent critical directions that expand to the point that, by the end of the book, they become coextensive: music is seen as social action and meaning as created by that action. Within this overall direction, a wide variety of topics is explored, ranging from Beethoven to Schenker, from Chinese qin music to jazz and rock, from perceptual psychology to sketch studies and analysis of record sleeves. A substantial introduction draws out the links (and differences) between the essays, sometimes critiquing them and always setting them into the developing context of the author's work as a whole.
Queer Episodes in Music and Modern Identity
Release on 2002 | by Sophie Fuller
Sophie Fuller, Lloyd Whitesell, Associate Professor Music History Lloyd Whitesell ... An earlier version was published in Musicology and Sister Disciplines : Past , Present , Future : Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of ...
Through the hidden or lost Stories of composers, scholars, patrons, performers, audiences, repertoire, venues, and specific works, this volume explores points of intersection between music and queerness in Europe and the United States from 1870 to 1950 - a period during which dramatic changes in musical expression and in the expression of individual sexual identity played similar roles in washing away the certainties of the past."--BOOK JACKET.