Fine Art of Repetition Essays in the Philosophy of Music
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Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 2/26/1993
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Prelude: Music and Us|
|Music and the liberal education|
|Work and Performance|
|Platonism in music: A kind of defense|
|Platonism in music: Another kind of defense|
|Live performances and dead composers: On the ethics of musical interpretation|
|On the concept of the "historically authentic" performance|
|The World of Opera|
|Opera talk: A philosophical "phantasie"|
|How did Mozart do it?: Living conditions in the world of opera|
|How did Mozart do it?: Replies to some critics|
|Music and the History of Ideas|
|Mozart and monotheism: An essay in spurious aesthetics|
|Child Mozart as an aesthetic symbol|
|Charles Darwin on music|
|Music and Emotion|
|Mattheson as philosopher of art|
|Kant and the Affektenlehre: What he said, and what I wish he had said|
|Something I've always wanted to know about Hanslick|
|What was Hanslick denying?|
|A new music criticism?|
|The fine art of repetition|
|Is music an art?|