Music and historical critique : selected essays / Gary Tomlinson.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Tomlinson, Gary.
Format: Book
Published: Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2007.
Series:Ashgate contemporary thinkers on critical musicology
Uniform Title:Essays.
Table of Contents:
  • The web of culture: a context for musicology
  • Music and the claims of text: Monteverdi, Rinuccini and Marino
  • Opera and drame: Hugo, Donizetti and Verdi
  • Italian romanticism and Italian opera: an essay in their affinities
  • Pastoral and musical magic in the birth of opera
  • Musical pasts and postmodern musicologies: A response to Lawrence Kramer and Tomlinson Responds
  • Giaches de Wert and the discourse of Petrarchism
  • Cultural dialogics and jazz: a white historian signifies
  • Unlearning the Aztec cantares (preliminaries to a postcolonial history)
  • Finding ground to stand on
  • Self, other, and the emergence of musical modernity
  • Vico's songs: detours at the origins of (ethno)musicology
  • Ghosts in the machine
  • Hamlet and Poppea
  • Learning to curse at sixty-seven
  • Musicology, anthropology, history
  • Five pictures of pathos
  • Il faut méditerraniser la musique: after Braudel.