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Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Jay D. Zorn,June August
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2007
  • Total pages :488
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105123255296
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Summary : Written in a lively and appealing style, Listening to Music provides the foundation for acquiring a lifelong knowledge and appreciation of music. It concentrates on the effective listening skills needed to identify composers and to recognize their styles and some of their representative works. Readers are encouraged to become informed consumers of music and active supporters of the arts. This comprehensive book covers the musical process, the materials of music, the common style periods of concert music (from the Baroque period to the present), and adjunct music, including North American popular music, broadway musical theater, and music in the movies. A useful reference work for those in the music industry. This is the standalone book if you want the book and CD's(4CD's) you need to order 0132233789 / 9780132233781 Listening to Music and Compact Disc Set (4 CD's) Package consists of: 0131733397 / 9780131733398 Listening to Music 0131733400 / 9780131733404 Compact Disc Set (4 CD's)

Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Craig M. Wright
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1996
  • Total pages :435
  • ISBN : 0314067523
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Listening to Music History

Listening to Music History
  • Author : Helen MacGregor
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-04
  • Total pages :80
  • ISBN : 0713683996
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Summary : A series which actively engages children in listening to music.

Every Song Ever

Every Song Ever
  • Author : Ben Ratliff
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-02-09
  • Total pages :272
  • ISBN : 9781429953597
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Summary : What is music in the age of the cloud? Today, we can listen to nearly anything, at any time. It is possible to flit instantly across genres and generations, from 1980s Detroit techno to 1890s Viennese neo-romanticism. This new age of listening brings with it astonishing new possibilities--as well as dangers. In Every Song Ever, the veteran New York Times music critic Ben Ratliff reimagines the very idea of music appreciation for our times. In the age of the cloud, the genre of the recording and the intention of the composer matter less and less. Instead, we can savor our own listening experience more directly, taking stock of qualities like repetition, speed, density, or loudness. The result is a new mode of listening that can lead to unexpected connections. When we listen for slowness, we may detect surprising affinities between the drone metal of Sunn O))), the mixtape manipulations of DJ Screw, and the final works of Shostakovich. And if we listen for more elusive qualities like closeness, we might notice how the tight harmonies of bluegrass vocals illuminate the virtuosic synchrony of John Coltrane's quartet. Encompassing the sounds of five continents and several centuries, Ratliff's book is a definitive field guide to our musical habitat, and a foundation for the new aesthetics our age demands.

Being Musically Attuned

Being Musically Attuned
  • Author : Erik Wallrup
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-02-28
  • Total pages :286
  • ISBN : 9781472429926
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Summary : Listening according to mood is likely to be what most people do when they listen to music. We want to take part in, or even be part of, the emerging world of the musical work. Using the sources of musical history and philosophy, Erik Wallrup explores this extremely vague and elusive phenomenon, which is held to be fundamental to musical hearing. Wallrup unfolds the untold musical history of the German word for ‘mood’, Stimmung, which in the 19th century was abundant in the musical aesthetics of the German-Austrian sphere. Martin Heidegger’s much-discussed philosophy of Stimmung is introduced into the field of music, allowing Wallrup to realise fully the potential of the concept. Mood in music, or, to be more precise, musical attunement, should not be seen as a peculiar kind of emotionality, but that which constitutes fundamentally the relationship between listener and music. Exploring mood, or attunement, is indispensable for a thorough understanding of the act of listening to music.

Music Across the Senses

Music Across the Senses
  • Author : Jody L. Kerchner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014
  • Total pages :207
  • ISBN : 9780199967636
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Summary : Music Across the Senses shows how music educators can facilitate PK-12 students' listening skills using multisensory means-mapping, movement, and verbal descriptions-in general music and performance ensemble classes.

Music, Ways of Listening

Music, Ways of Listening
  • Author : Elliott Schwartz
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1982
  • Total pages :534
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105007517183
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Summary : "Music: Ways of Listening" is intended for use in introductory college courses for students with little or no prior background in music, and is focused upon the development of perceptive listening skills and a broad survey of the Western concert literature. -- From preface.

Listening to Reason

Listening to Reason
  • Author : Michael P. Steinberg
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2010-01-02
  • Total pages :264
  • ISBN : 9781400835737
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Summary : This pathbreaking work reveals the pivotal role of music--musical works and musical culture--in debates about society, self, and culture that forged European modernity through the "long nineteenth century." Michael Steinberg argues that, from the late 1700s to the early 1900s, music not only reflected but also embodied modern subjectivity as it increasingly engaged and criticized old regimes of power, belief, and representation. His purview ranges from Mozart to Mahler, and from the sacred to the secular, including opera as well as symphonic and solo instrumental music. Defining subjectivity as the experience rather than the position of the "I," Steinberg argues that music's embodiment of subjectivity involved its apparent capacity to "listen" to itself, its past, its desires. Nineteenth-century music, in particular music from a north German Protestant sphere, inspired introspection in a way that the music and art of previous periods, notably the Catholic baroque with its emphasis on the visual, did not. The book analyzes musical subjectivity initially from Mozart through Mendelssohn, then seeks it, in its central chapter, in those aspects of Wagner that contradict his own ideological imperialism, before finally uncovering its survival in the post-Wagnerian recovery from musical and other ideologies. Engagingly written yet theoretically sophisticated, Listening to Reason represents a startlingly original corrective to cultural history's long-standing inhibition to engage with music while presenting a powerful alternative vision of the modern. Some images inside the book are unavailable due to digital copyright restrictions.

Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Jay Zorn,Jay D. Zorn
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1995
  • Total pages :430
  • ISBN : 0130359165
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Summary : Designed especially for students with very little background in Western concert music, this book/cassette (or CD) package focuses on learning how to listen and understand music that spans periods from 600 up to the present. It sets each major musical period in its social, historical and economic milieu. This edition provides greater emphasis on women composers and artists, as well as featuring several new appendices and an improved illustration programme (photos and graphics) throughout.

Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015
  • Total pages :488
  • ISBN : 1305587006
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Listening to Music in Psychotherapy

Listening to Music in Psychotherapy
  • Author : Mary Butterton
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-04-19
  • Total pages :316
  • ISBN : 9781315358567
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Summary : Evidence-based change is central to many recent developments in the NHS. This book brings together practical and personal experiences from a wide range of externally evaluated healthcare projects. It demonstrates how to facilitate and promote evidence-based change by drawing on realistic advice on what is, and is not, effective. It enables readers to benefit from lessons learned and provides a comprehensive insight into implementing changes based on research evidence, across broad range of settings in the NHS. 'An important book. It has many exciting insights, enjoy it.' Jenny Simpson in the Foreword 'A unique collection. There are some brave admissions and this is probably the best attempt yet to capture the nitty-gritty of the evidence-into-practice agenda in UK healthcare. I hope you find it a gripping read'. Trisha Greenhalgh in the Foreword

The Essential Listening to Music

The Essential Listening to Music
  • Author : Craig Wright
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-01-01
  • Total pages :304
  • ISBN : 9781305445833
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Summary : Offering outstanding listening pedagogy, THE ESSENTIAL LISTENING TO MUSIC 2e delivers a streamlined and succinct presentation of classical music that inspires a lifelong appreciation of music. Scholar and master-teacher Craig Wright focuses on the key concepts and works presented within a typical Music Appreciation course. Organized chronologically, the text discusses musical examples from each historical period within its social context--giving students a sense of a piece's construction as well as its historical and cultural meaning. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Listening Book

The Listening Book
  • Author : W. A. Mathieu
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1991-03-27
  • Total pages :192
  • ISBN : 9780834827677
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Summary : The Listening Book is about rediscovering the power of listening as an instrument of self-discovery and personal transformation. By exploring our capacity for listening to sounds and for making music, we can awaken and release our full creative powers. Mathieu offers suggestions and encouragement on many aspects of music-making, and provides playful exercises to help readers appreciate the connection between sound, music, and everyday life.

Take Note

Take Note
  • Author : Robin Wallace
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014
  • Total pages :448
  • ISBN : 0195314336
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Summary : Take Note: An Introduction to Music Through Active Listening is an innovative music appreciation text, designed to help students become active and attentive listeners through an in-depth examination of a recurring repertory of core musical works. By exploring each element of music through the lens of these core works--which were carefully selected to represent a variety of styles and genres--students deepen their understanding of how music works and develop strong listening skills that will enhance their enjoyment of music. Combining this listening-centered approach with an overview of Western music history, interactive activities, and in-text features that invite students to discover additional works outside of the classroom, Take Note prepares students for a lifetime of music appreciation. Distinctive features * Listening-centered approach: develops students' understanding of the basic elements of music * Recurring core repertory: explores the elements of music through a select group of musical works that reflect a variety of styles (piano, winds, brass, and percussion) and genres (jazz, lieder, world, and choral music) * Historical context: gives students an overview of Western music from the Medieval period to the present through a 3-chapter historical survey, timelines, and "Focus On," "In History," and "Across the Arts" boxes * "If You Liked This Music" boxes: encourages students to expand their playlists and listening skills beyond the core repertory by offering additional listening suggestions throughout the text * Dashboard for Take Note: offers streaming audio of all of the musical selections in the text plus instrument videos, activities, and interactive listening guides that provide moment-by-moment explanations of key works through a running commentary. Save money by purchasing a new book bundled with a Dashboard access code or purchase Dashboard separately at www.oup.com/us/wallace.

Musical Listening in the Age of Technological Reproduction

Musical Listening in the Age of Technological Reproduction
  • Author : Gianmario Borio
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-04-29
  • Total pages :430
  • ISBN : 9781317091448
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Summary : It is undeniable that technology has made a tangible impact on the nature of musical listening. The new media have changed our relationship with music in a myriad of ways, not least because the experience of listening can now be prolonged at will and repeated at any time and in any space. Moreover, among the more striking social phenomena ushered in by the technological revolution, one cannot fail to mention music’s current status as a commodity and popular music’s unprecedented global reach. In response to these new social and perceptual conditions, the act of listening has diversified into a wide range of patterns of behaviour which seem to resist any attempt at unification. Concentrated listening, the form of musical reception fostered by Western art music, now appears to be but one of the many ways in which audiences respond to organized sound. Cinema, for example, has developed specific ways of combining images and sounds; and, more recently, digital technology has redefined the standard forms of mass communication. Information is aestheticized, and music in turn is incorporated into pre-existing symbolic fields. This volume - the first in the series Musical Cultures of the Twentieth Century - offers a wide-ranging exploration of the relations between sound, technology and listening practices, considered from the complementary perspectives of art music and popular music, music theatre and multimedia, composition and performance, ethnographic and anthropological research.

Music in Television

Music in Television
  • Author : James Deaville
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-03-01
  • Total pages :244
  • ISBN : 9781136826351
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Summary : Music in Television is a collection of essays examining television’s production of meaning through music in terms of historical contexts, institutional frameworks, broadcast practices, technologies, and aesthetics. It presents the reader with overviews of major genres and issues, as well as specific case studies of important television programs and events. With contributions from a wide range of scholars, the essays range from historical-analytical surveys of TV sound and genre designations to studies of the music in individual programs, including South Park and Dr. Who.

Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Martyn Evans
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1990
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105042281308
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Summary : In this book the author argues that human musical understanding is rooted in the traditions of culture and that experience of music depends crucially on what the individual brings to it.

Listening to Movies

Listening to Movies
  • Author : Fred Karlin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1994
  • Total pages :429
  • ISBN : UOM:39015032976212
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Summary : Outlines the importance of music in movies, giving examples of the relationship's history, some of the greatest triumphs of music and film, and some of the people that have created the songs and scores

Listening to Western Music

Listening to Western Music
  • Author : Craig Wright
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-12-20
  • Total pages :432
  • ISBN : 1133953913
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Summary : LISTENING TO WESTERN MUSIC is designed to help you develop and refine the listening skills of your students and inspire a lifelong appreciation of music. Author and award-winning scholar-teacher Craig Wright, who has taught Music Appreciation courses for more than 35 years, is consistently praised by reviewers and other professors for his unparalleled accuracy and his clear, direct, conversational style. Throughout the book, Wright connects with today's students by incorporating comparisons between pop and classical music and by using examples from popular artists to illustrate core concepts. This chronological text succinctly covers traditional Western music from medieval to modern, discussing examples from each historical period within their social contexts and the construction of each piece. LISTENING TO WESTERN MUSIC is the only text that provides Craig Wright's own Listening Exercises, in the book and online, which help students focus on important musical elements and episodes. A free CD, packaged with each print copy of the text, includes all of the musical examples for the Part 1 listening exercises. A full set of optional online student resources includes Active Listening Guides, streaming music, an interactive eBook, quizzing, and more--all to challenge your students. All of the music discussed in the text is also available on CD and on Sony Music download cards. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Listening to Music

Listening to Music
  • Author : Jonathan D. Kramer
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1991
  • Total pages :798
  • ISBN : UOM:39015025272058
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Everyday Music Listening

Everyday Music Listening
  • Author : Dr Ruth Herbert
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-01-28
  • Total pages :244
  • ISBN : 9781409494690
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Summary : In what ways does listening to music shape everyday perception? Is music particularly effective in promoting shifts in consciousness? Is there any difference perceptually between contemplating one's surroundings and experiencing a work of art? Everyday Music Listening is the first book to focus in depth on the detailed nature of music listening episodes as lived mental experiences. Ruth Herbert uses new empirical data to explore the psychological processes involved in everyday music listening scenarios, charting interactions between music, perceiver and environment in a diverse range of real-world contexts. Findings are integrated with insights from a broad range of literature, including consciousness studies and research into altered states of consciousness, as well as ideas from ethology and evolutionary psychology, suggesting that a psychobiological capacity for trancing is linked to the origins of making and receiving of art. The term 'trance' is not generally associated with music listening outside ethnomusicological studies of strong experiences, yet 'hypnotic-like' involvements in daily life have long been recognized by hypnotherapy researchers. The author argues that multiply distributed attention - prevalent in much contemporary listening- does not necessarily indicate superficial engagement. Music emerges as a particularly effective mediator of experience. Absorption and dissociation, as manifestations of trancing, are self-regulatory processes, often operating at the level of unconscious awareness, that support individuals' perceptions of psychological health. This fascinating study brings together research and theory from a wide range of fields to provide a new framework for understanding the phenomenology of music listening in a way that will appeal to both specialist academic audiences and a broad general readership.