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dc.contributor.editorGoldbeck, Melanie von
dc.contributor.editorHoppe, Christine
dc.date.issued2015
dc.date.submitted2016-12-31 23:55:55
dc.date.submitted2019-11-28 12:35:13
dc.date.submitted2020-04-01T14:11:07Z
dc.identifier610381
dc.identifierOCN: 1030816189
dc.identifierhttp://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/32469
dc.description.abstractDurchbricht 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 in der Musikkultur im Europa des 19. Jahrhunderts soll dieser Band mit seinen verschiedenartigen Beiträgen ein stimmungsvolles und ebenso mosaikhaftes Bild wiedergeben, das uns auffordert, das Kulturleben dieser, aber auch anderer Epochen in seiner ganzen Vielfalt wahrzunehmen und zu begreifen. Die Texte des vorliegenden Bandes fassen einige der Freien Referate zusammen, die beim 15. Internationalen Kongress der Gesellschaft für Musikforschung „Music | Musics. Structures and Processes“ vom 5.–8. September 2012 in Göttingen gehalten worden sind. Mit Beiträgen von Merle Fahrholz, Axel Fischer und Matthias Kornemann, Melanie von Goldbeck, Christine Hoppe, Martin Knust und Ingela Tägil, Marie Winkelmüller und Christhard Zimpel.
dc.description.abstractBreaking through the rigid thought pattern of a separation of life and art, previously hidden places of knowledge come to the fore. In search of these new places of knowledge, of microcosms and their resonances in the musical culture of nineteenth-century Europe, this volume, with its diverse contributions, aims to present an atmospheric and equally mosaic picture that challenges us to perceive and comprehend the cultural life of this, but also of other epochs, in all its diversity. The texts in this volume summarize some of the open lectures presented at the 15th International Congress of the Society for Music Research "Music | Musics. Structures and Processes" held in Göttingen from September 5-8, 2012. With contributions by Merle Fahrholz, Axel Fischer and Matthias Kornemann, Melanie von Goldbeck, Christine Hoppe, Martin Knust and Ingela Tägil, Marie Winkelmüller and Christhard Zimpel. (translated with DeepL)
dc.languageGerman
dc.rightsopen access
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::A The arts::AV Music
dc.subject.otherEurope
dc.subject.other19th century
dc.subject.othercomposition
dc.subject.othermusical practice
dc.subject.otherFrancesco Morlacchi
dc.subject.otherJenny Lind
dc.subject.otherLondon
dc.subject.otherPauline Viardot-García
dc.subject.otherWilhelmine Schröder-Devrient
dc.titleBegegnung – Vermittlung – Innovation
dc.title.alternativeBand 1
dc.title.alternativeAnnäherungen an Musik- und Kompositionspraktiken im Europa des 19. Jahrhunderts
dc.typebook
oapen.identifier.doi10.17875/gup2015-823
oapen.relation.isPublishedByaf9011e0-03b9-4a5c-9ae6-b9da4898d1b2
dc.abstractotherlanguageBreaking through the rigid thought pattern of a separation of life and art, previously hidden places of knowledge come to the fore. In search of these new places of knowledge, of microcosms and their resonances in the musical culture of nineteenth-century Europe, this volume, with its diverse contributions, aims to present an atmospheric and equally mosaic picture that challenges us to perceive and comprehend the cultural life of this, but also of other epochs, in all its diversity. The texts in this volume summarize some of the open lectures presented at the 15th International Congress of the Society for Music Research "Music | Musics. Structures and Processes" held in Göttingen from September 5-8, 2012. With contributions by Merle Fahrholz, Axel Fischer and Matthias Kornemann, Melanie von Goldbeck, Christine Hoppe, Martin Knust and Ingela Tägil, Marie Winkelmüller and Christhard Zimpel. (translated with DeepL)


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