Speaking of music : addressing the sonorous / edited by Keith Chapin and Andrew H. Clark.

By addressing different perspectives and traditions that form and inform the speaking of music in Western culture - musical, literary, philosophical, semiotic, political - this volume offers a snapshot of scholarship on speech about music.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Clark, Andrew Herrick, 1973- (Editor), Chapin, Keith Moore (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Fordham University Press, 2013
Edition:First edition.
Series:UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Online Access:Click for online access
Table of Contents:
  • Speaking of Music : A View across Disciplines and a Lexicon of Topoi / Keith Chapin and Andrew H. Clark
  • Speaking of Music / Lawrence Kramer
  • Waiting for the Death Knell : Speaking of Music (So to Speak) / Laura Odello
  • Bach's Silence, Mattheson's Words : Professional and Humanist Ways of Speaking of Music / Keith Chapin
  • Making Music Speak / Andrew H. Clark
  • Rousseau : Music, Language, and Politics / Tracy B. Strong
  • Listening to Music / Lawrence M. Zbikowski
  • Mi manca la voce : How Balzac Talks Music - or How Music Takes Place - in Massimilia Doni / John T. Hamilton
  • Speaking of Music In the Romantic Era : Dynamic and Resistant Aspects of Musical Genre / Matthew Gelbart
  • Weather Reports : Discourse and Musical Cognition / Per Aage Brandt
  • Messiaen, Deleuze, and the Birds of Proclamation / Sander van Maas
  • Parole, parole : Tautegory and the Musicology of the (Pop) Song / Peter Szendy
  • Speaking of Microsound : The Bodies of Henri Chopin / Kiene Brillenburg Wurth
  • On the Ethics of the Unspeakable / Jairo Moreno
  • Récit Recitation Recitative / Jean-Luc Nancy.