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eBook The Sense of Music ePub

by Victor Zuckerkandl

  • ISBN: 0691091021
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Victor Zuckerkandl
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press (January 21, 1970)
  • Pages: 271
  • ePub book: 1148 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1116 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 768

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This is a highly valuable book, one which should be widely read, not only by music lovers whose relation to music consists mainly in listening to records and radio, but even by the not-too-advanced student who has had some theoretical training. -Ernst Oster, Journal of Music Theory. Anyone who has taught a music course for general college students (as music appreciation, introduction to music, or part of a humanities core) will find this a fascinating and helpful book. Music Educators Journal).

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By Victor Zuckerkandl - The Sense of Music (1905-06-08) Paperback – 1900.

Zuckerkandl believed music was part of the "mystical aspect of human existence", and sought to explain its existence in all cultures as a universal phenomenon. Sound and Symbol, 1956. The Sense of Music, 1959. Die Wirklichkeit der Musik (Zürich, 1963). He was not well known until scholars rediscovered his works in the 1990s. Vom musikalischen Denken, 1964.

The Sense of Music book. Zuckerkandl probably over-relies on Schenker, which is understandable given the common practice music he writes about. Also, his use of the term "dynamic" to refer to tonal (or modal) impulse is problematic, as there is already a musical use of the term, but he is a clear This is a good introduction to tonal theory for non-musicians. It is probably too basic for those who have studied music theory, although it was a good refresher for one who has not done a harmonic analysis for quite some time.

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by Victor Zuckerkandl and Victor Zuckerkandi. This book is addressed to the listener whose enjoyment of music is filled with questions and whose curiosity makes him eager to grasp the sense of music, despite a lack of theoretical training. Unlike the usual listener's guide, which begins with a discussion of the elementary materials of music, this book starts with the elementary experiences of listening.

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Author: Victor Zuckerkandl. Street Date: November 21, 1967

Author: Victor Zuckerkandl. Street Date: November 21, 1967. --Catharine K. Miller, Library Journal.

This book is addressed to the listener whose enjoyment of music is filled with questions and whose curiosity makes him eager to grasp the sense of music, despite a lack of theoretical training.

This book is addressed to the listener whose enjoyment of music is filled with questions and whose curiosity makes him eager to grasp the sense of music, despite a lack of theoretical training. Unlike the usual listener's guide, which begins with a discussion of the elementary materials of music, this book starts with the elementary experiences of listening.

Comments

DrayLOVE DrayLOVE
Just as promised
Topmen Topmen
I was looking for a book that would introduce me to music theory. My son recommended this one, and he was right. This is clearly and helped me to understand concepts that I have always wondered about. I recommend it.
Anayanis Anayanis
I regard this text as a work of genius. For me this is the way music theory should begin. Here it begins with perceptive characteristics of the listening experience that underpin our appreciation of music. Composers who would like to move away from copying the masters and open a fabulous door to creative construction of music forms will find inspiration here. Of course, as the author promises, it is a foundational guide to music appreciation. For me, it goes far beyond this original intention.
Dyni Dyni
This book is a clear teacher that helps you learn to read a musical score. You learn the basics of western music theory and then apply that knowledge to following your favorite concerto or opera scores.