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Hanslick im Kontext / Hanslick in Context

By Alexander Wilfing,Christoph Landerer,Meike Wilfing-Albrecht
  • ISBN Code: : 3990128299
  • Publisher : Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag
  • Pages : 304
  • Category : Music
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"Hanslick im Kontext / Hanslick in Context" umfasst Beiträge von internationalen ExpertInnen, die sich mit Eduard Hanslick und seinen Schriften unter vielfältigen Gesichtspunkten auseinandersetzen. In den Essays wird der Kontext zwischen Hanslicks zentraler Abhandlung "Vom Musikalisch-Schönen" und möglichen Vorläufern (Leibniz, Michaelis, Nägeli etc.) sowie umliegenden Diskursen untersucht. "Close Readings" des Traktats machen wesentliche Begriffe (Arabeske, Form, Schönheit) und Konzepte (Aufführung, Performanz, Funktionalität) zum Thema. Zudem erforschen und analysieren die BeiträgerInnen Hanslicks Verhältnis zur Musikpsychologie und Kunstgeschichte, sein Verständnis des Religions-Begriffes sowie seine Vorlesungen. Mit Beiträgen von Mark Evan Bonds, Thomas Grey, Nicole Grimes, Andrea Korenjak, Christoph Landerer, Manos Perrakis, Anthony Pryer, Lee Rothfarb, Andrea Singer, Markéta Štědronská , Werner Telesko, Alexander Wilfing und Nick Zangwill

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