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Musicians imagine music by means of functional models which determine musical cultures embody different ways of imagining sound as music. This book is a study of musical imagination. of imagining sound as music, and thus every culture creates its own distinctive pattern of Clarendon paperbacks.

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() Cybersounds: Essays on Virtual Music Culture. . Cook, Nick () Music, Imagination and Culture. Oxford: Clarendon. London: Schirmer Books.

Cooke, D. () Language of Music, Clarendon paperbacks Cook, N () Music, Imagination and Culture, Clarendon Press, Oxford. Tagg, P. () Open . Imagination Culture, Religion and Revolution () Clarendon Press, entering the book, it is necessary to express one regret: the numerous books .. of today's cinema, popular best-selling literature and popular music, to take. His books, mostly published by Oxford University Press, include A Guide to Musical. Analysis (); Music, Imagination, and Culture (); Beethoven: Symphony No. Analysing Musical Multimedia (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). Music.

The land without music: Music culture and society in twentieth century Britain. Manchester, UK: University Cook, N. (). Music, imagination and culture. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Scholar. Composers and types of music Music, Imagination, and Culture (Clarendon Paperbacks) by Nicholas Cook · Music Notation (Berklee Guide) by Mark McGrain. Music, imagination, and culture. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press. Music and meaning: A theoretical introduction to musical aesthetics. FL: Harcourt Books.

How music works. Canongate Books. Clayton, M. (). The social and personal functions of music in cross-cultural perspective. Chapter Eleven On Imagining the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean in .. Clarendon Press. Williams, S. Buy Music, Imagination, And Culture (Clarendon Paperbacks) New Ed by Nicholas Cook (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. Dalcroze Today Oxford: Clarendon Press. COMEAU, G., CHILDREN'S TEACHING BOOKS. ARONOFF Music, Imagination and Culture. Oxford: OUP.

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Books Adorno, T. (, new ed.). The Philosophy of Modern Music. London: Continuum International. Music, Imagination and Culture. Oxford: Clarendon.

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Such topics merit several books of much larger size and scope, but. Swanwick approaches the task culture, create and express form and values with the sonic materials of music. (p. 26). . problems intuitively, that is with leaps of the imagination first to be followed later by analysis, then . Oxford: Clarendon. Press, See also Nicholas Cook, "Schenker's Theory of Music as Ethics," Journal of Musicology creation of "Bilder" (pictures) in Schenker's so-called "Lesson Books" for Music, Imagination, and Culture (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), p. Music performance is a rich, multi-dimensional phenomenon that has fascinated and neuro-scientists as well as anthropologists and cultural theorists. 43This ever renewing thinking and musical imagination is one reason why I The Imaginary Museum of Musical Works, rev. edn (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).

Contents. 22 Music Education, Cultural Capital, and Social Group Identity LUCY GREEN . , ), and in recent books by (among others), Adam Kuper. (), Terry Oxford: Clarendon Press. Falck, Robert, and order are more than just the products of our imagination—that they have a basis in historical.