Beyond structural listening? : postmodern modes of hearing / edited by Andrew Dell'Antonio.

Rose Subotnik criticized 'structural listening' as an attempt to situate musical meaning solely within the unfolding of the musical structure itself. The authors of this volume take up her challenge, writing on repertoires ranging from Beethoven to MTV.

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Other Authors: Dell'Antonio, Andrew
Format: eBook
Published: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2004.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : beyond structural listening? / Andrew Dell'Antonio
  • The disciplined subject of musical analysis / Fred Everett Maus
  • Musical virtues / Mitchell Morris
  • The chosen one's choice / Tamara Levitz
  • Beethoven antihero : sex, violence, and the aesthetics of failure, or, Listening to the Ninth symphony as postmodern sublime / Robert Fink
  • Passion/mirrors (a passion for the violent ineffable : modernist music and the angel/in the hall of mirrors) / Paul Attinello
  • Uncertainty, disorientation, and loss as responses to musical structure / Joseph Dubiel
  • Collective listening : postmodern critical processes and MTV / Andrew Dell'Antonio
  • One bar in eight : Debussy and the death of description / Elisabeth Le Guin
  • The return of the aesthetic : musical formalism and its place in political critique / Martin Scherzinger
  • Afterword : toward the next paradigm of musical scholarship / Rose Rosengard Subotnik.