Whose Music?

Sociology of Musical Languages

Author: John Shepherd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 135147166X

Category: Music

Page: 300

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Whose Music? combines historical, musicological, and sociological materials and styles of analysis in ways that connect to the field of sociology. The analyses of social class systems presented here speak in translatable ways to analyses of musical forms. Not only that, both are connected to an understanding of the organizations through which works are distributed to their audiences. Perhaps most importantly for the contemporary reader, this book depicts the part of the process by which dominant class groups justify their domination--cultural and otherwise.
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Handbuch Musikpädagogik

Grundlagen - Forschung - Diskurse

Author: Michael Dartsch,Jens Knigge,Anne Niessen,Friedrich Platz,Christine Stöger

Publisher: UTB GmbH

ISBN: 3825250407

Category: Education

Page: 624

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Ein unverzichtbares Nachschlagewerk für die Musikpädagogik Das Handbuch der Musikpädagogik zeichnet ein Bild der Themen und Herangehensweisen der Forschungsdisziplin Musikpädagogik und führt in ihre Grundlagen und Diskurse ein. Dabei werden erstmals alle relevanten Teilbereiche des Faches berücksichtigt. Behandelt werden Themenfelder von den Begründungen und Kontexten der Musikpädagogik über die Akteure und ihre Handlungsfelder, Perspektiven auf das Lernen bis hin zu Orten musikpädagogischen Handelns und der Forschungsdisziplin selbst. Dieses Handbuch dient als Überblickswerk und stellt für Lehrende, Studierende, Forschende und Akteure der Kulturpolitik ein seit langem erwartetes, umfassendes deutschsprachiges Nachschlagewerk dar.
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Doing Sociology of Education

Author: Geoffrey Walford

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415505992

Category: Education

Page: 350

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This collection of specially commissioned articles exposes the practical and personal influences on the process of doing sociology of education. All of the authors have been involved in conducting well know major research projects, and discuss here the pitfalls and problems, conflicts and compromises that went into doing their particular research. A particular feature of the book is that a wide variety of types of research in the sociology of education is covered. The range is from small-scale ethnographic case studies to large-scale postal questionnaire sample surveys and includes studies based on interviews, observation and questionnaires. There are examples of longitudinal work in case studies and in surveys. The collection also includes discussions of action research, the development and influence of theory, and the relationship between research and policy.
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Music in Society

A Guide to the Sociology of Music

Author: Ivo Supicic,Ivo [email protected]@,Supǐci ́c, Ivo

Publisher: Pendragon Press

ISBN: 9780918728357

Category: Music

Page: 488

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The subject of this study has two distinct but not unrelated aspects: first, an investigation into the sociology of music as an autonomous and specialized discipline; and second, an examination of certain fundamental facts that may be considered within the purview of the sociology of music itself. If an analysis and study even a preliminary one of these facts is to be properly focused and fruitful, we must first try to determine the subject and methods of the sociology of music, its position and boundaries in respect to musicology, and, most especially, its relation to the aesthetics of music and music history. It is equally indispensable to ascertain what the sociology of music as a separate scholarly discipline embraces, where its investigation leads, and, finally, to establish its position vis-a-vis sociology in general. (From the Author's Introduction.)
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Out of Time

Music and the Making of Modernity

Author: Julian Johnson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 019023329X

Category: Music

Page: 400

View: 1559

What does music have to say about modernity? How can this apparently unworldly art tell us anything about modern life? In Out of Time, author Julian Johnson begins from the idea that it can, arguing that music renders an account of modernity from the inside, a history not of events but of sensibility, an archaeology of experience. If music is better understood from this broad perspective, our idea of modernity itself is also enriched by the specific insights of music. The result is a rehearing of modernity and a rethinking of music - an account that challenges ideas of linear progress and reconsiders the common concerns of music, old and new. If all music since 1600 is modern music, the similarities between Monteverdi and Schoenberg, Bach and Stravinsky, or Beethoven and Boulez, become far more significant than their obvious differences. Johnson elaborates this idea in relation to three related areas of experience - temporality, history and memory; space, place and technology; language, the body, and sound. Criss-crossing four centuries of Western culture, he moves between close readings of diverse musical examples (from the madrigal to electronic music) and drawing on the history of science and technology, literature, art, philosophy, and geography. Against the grain of chronology and the usual divisions of music history, Johnson proposes profound connections between musical works from quite different times and places. The multiple lines of the resulting map, similar to those of the London Underground, produce a bewildering network of plural connections, joining Stockhausen to Galileo, music printing to sound recording, the industrial revolution to motivic development, steam trains to waltzes. A significant and groundbreaking work, Out of Time is essential reading for anyone interested in the history of music and modernity.
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On Sonic Art

Author: Trevor Wishart,Simon Emmerson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9783718658473

Category: Music

Page: 357

View: 6543

First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Musiksoziologie

Author: Helga De la Motte-Haber,Hans Neuhoff

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Music

Page: 573

View: 7062

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Na přelomu epoch a stylů

Author: Jiří Vysloužil,Petr Maček

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Music

Page: 343

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Sociologia Internationalis

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social psychology

Page: N.A

View: 5664

International journal for sociology and social psychology.
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ISME Yearbook

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Music

Page: N.A

View: 7085

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Classical Music's Evocation of the Myth of Childhood

Author: Ian Sharp

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780773474116

Category: Music

Page: 223

View: 1891

This work seeks to fill an important gap in the music education literature: the significance of important music by important composers and the essence of the childhood experience. It aims to avoid being yet another teaching methodology. Instead, Ian Sharp links an analysis of childhood qua childhood with music expressly about childhood.
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Dissonanzen

Einleitung in die Musiksoziologie

Author: Theodor W. Adorno

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783518293140

Category: Music

Page: 447

View: 4885

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