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    • Kvaalvaag, Robert W.; Winje, Geir (2019)
      "This book is a collection of essays on Bob Dylan and religion. The eight scientific essays present new perspectives on the subject, aiming to elucidate the role played by religion in Bob Dylan’s artistic output and in the ...
    • Kogler, Susanne (2014)
      It is well known that Theodor W. Adorno’s aesthetic theory is grounded in his profound musical knowledge. The importance of music for Jean-François Lyotard, however, has not been adequately recognized until today; neither ...
    • Zotter, Franz; Frank, Matthias (2019)
      This open access book provides a concise explanation of the fundamentals and background of the surround sound recording and playback technology Ambisonics. It equips readers with the psychoacoustical, signal processing, ...
    • Murchison, Gayle (2012)
      One of the country's most enduringly successful composers, Aaron Copland created a distinctively American style and aesthetic in works for a diversity of genres and mediums, including ballet, opera, and film. Also active ...
    • Kerman, Joseph (2015)
      Fugue for J. S. Bach was a natural language; he wrote fugues in organ toccatas and voluntaries, in masses and motets, in orchestral and chamber music, and even in his sonatas for violin solo. The more intimate fugues he ...
    • Kerman, Joseph (2015)
      Fugue for J. S. Bach was a natural language; he wrote fugues in organ toccatas and voluntaries, in masses and motets, in orchestral and chamber music, and even in his sonatas for violin solo. The more intimate fugues he ...
    • Sitsky, Larry (2011)
      This book represents the first critical survey of a section of a rich Australian corpus of chamber music. The author has included various instrumental combinations with piano as well as vocal music with piano. The survey ...
    • Goldbeck, Melanie von; Hoppe, Christine (2015)
    • Goldbeck, Melanie von; Hoppe, Christine (2015)
      Durchbricht man das starre Denkmuster einer Trennung von Leben und Kunst, so rücken bisher versteckte Orte des Wissens in den Vordergrund. Auf der Suche nach diesen neuen Wissens-Orten, nach Mikrokosmen und deren Resonanzen ...
    • Chemi, Tatiana; Borup Jensen, Julie; Hersted, Lone (2015)
      Throughout the literature of creative learning, many assumptions and even stereotypes about the artists’ creativity are nurtured, often according to myths going back to the Romanticism. The authors have been investigating ...
    • Gross, Sally Anne; Musgrave, George (2020)
      “Musicians often pay a high price for sharing their art with us. Underneath the glow of success can often lie loneliness and exhaustion, not to mention the basic struggles of paying the rent or buying food. Sally Anne Gross ...
    • Gaulier, Armelle; Martin, Denis-Constant (2017)
      Cape Town’s public cultures can only be fully appreciated through recognition of its deep and diverse soundscape. We have to listen to what has made and makes a city. The ear is an integral part of the ‘research tools’ one ...
    • Boehm, Carola (2019)
      The creative industries, and particularly our UK Music industry, are perceived as healthy, resilient and strong. However, with the ongoing policy changes in secondary and higher education, as well as the continued cuts to ...
    • Wöllner, Clemens (2017)
      In recent years, empathy has received considerable research attention as a means of understanding a range of psychological phenomena, and it is fast drawing attention within the fields of music psychology and music education. ...
    • Marsh, Gordon E. (2017)
      Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) was arguably the most important Russian composer since Shostakovich, and his music has generated a great deal of academic interest in the years since his death. Schnittke Studies provides a ...
    • Gustavson, Royston (2018)
      The present chapter, based on a first-hand examination of all of Egenolff’s music editions, including every known exemplar of ten of the fourteen extant editions, aims to remedy this, so that future work on Egenolff and ...
    • Wroblewski, Lukasz (2017)
      "Dr Lukasz Wroblewski's book Culture Management: Strategy and Marketing Aspects clearly recognises that the pressures on the cultural sector in the 21st Century are greater than ever before. Based on robust academic research ...
    • Zechner, Ingeborg (2017)
      This books deals with the Italian opera business in nineteenth century-London. A special emphasis lies on the opera singers as the most important protagonists of the London system. This special role will be examined through ...
    • Darmstädter, Beatrix; Huber, Alfons; Hopfner, Rudolf (2008)
      The presented book, the amplified proceedings of the symposium "Das Wiener Klavier 1850", held at Neue Burg (Vienna) in 2003 combines as regards content recent organological and biographical research, answers questions ...
    • Grijp, Louis Peter; Willaert, Frank (2008)
      The Proud Nightingale covers the many facets of medieval music in the Netherlands until the year 1600. Eighteen authors discuss songs ranging from of courtly songs, including minstrels, mystics and Modern Devots, on the ...