Jean-Jacques NATTIEZ, Music and Discours translated from the French by Carolyn A. Princeton University Press, , XV + examples. Musicology is often. Buy a cheap copy of Music and Discourse book by Jean-Jacques Nattiez. In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical. Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music · Jean-Jacques Nattiez & Carolyn Abbate · Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 51 (1) (). Like.
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I can’t find any clear exception outside of the culture of the university. Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Whether it is a question of immanent analysis, the poietic and esthesic investigations or exegesis, we have to resign ourselves to the fact that we only have access to fragments of truth.
From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy jstor. A Push and a Shove and the Land is Ours: As required to reveal his comprehension schemea, Nattiez examines probles which pertain to music universally e.
The book is divided into a substantial introduction that lays out Nattiez’s conception of semiotics, a section of three chapters demonstrating the pertinence of this semiotic to music itself, and four chapters showing its application to discourse about music. Towards a semiology of music, by Jean-Jacques Nattiez. History of Western Philosophy.
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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 51 1: Nattiez, at the very least, prepares us to face the enormity of the challenge that lies in this doscourse. Nattiez’ insistence that the perceiver does not “receive” the music’s message but must rather “reconstruct” it is a valuable corrective, but in abandoning the question of communication, he may have traded away the whole store.
Source Readings in the Aesthetics of Music. Don’t have an account? The papers result- ing from a subsequent, related symposium on the topic in were published in a special issue of Musicae Scientiae in Ill and IV in Press.
A reviewer is obliged to note that Pendragon, in these two obligatory purchases for comprehensive collections, is selling perhaps pages twice, where both anthologies have chosen the same materials, even in the same translations. Andrew Kania – – Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
The plentiful musical examples numbering some and analytical illustrations are beautifully presented, adding an essential visual aid for readers.
Through his precision and persistence in restoring ideas to their historical contexts he brought to the criticism of music a technique reminiscent of the “negative dialectics of the Frankfurt school and succeeded thereby in introducing those problems of value judgement which relativism like Nattiez’ had seemed to render inaccessible.
Aesthetics and materialism in German musical identity. On the other hand, the melody is beside the point, becoming merely the prism through which to access analytical method; it brings into focus the situatedness of the different perspec- tives we adopt towards our objects of study within different analytical and musicological tradi- tions — each seemingly in search of a greater truth.
In this view there is no a priori guarantee of a code; denotation is possible only as a special case where sender and receiver share a sub-constellation of interpretants.
I have some difficulty in following him here.
Music and Discourse by Nattiez, Jean-Jacques
The Katz-Dahlhaus collection is a four volume work, the individual volumes running from to pages. Science Logic and Mathematics. Society for Music Theory members Sign in via society site. Aesthetics Philosophy of Music in Aesthetics categorize this paper. There he had written:.
It is a reader situated consciously in the tradition of aesthetics as a distinctive subdiscipline of Western philosophy. A legion of young musical scholars well versed in semiotic methodologies of many colors must recognize that their own control of sources owes a great debt to Nattiez’ prodigious talent muaic bibliography and synthesis.
Music and Discourse
Lippman’s introduction to Ruwet, generous but also a bit defensive, might suggest that the specific aesthetic tradition is under pressure. Translated by Carolyn Abbate.
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