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Musical implications : essays in honor of Eugene Narmour

Author: Lawrence F Bernstein; Alexander Rozin
Publisher: Hillsdale, NY : Pendragon Press, [2013] ©2013
Series: Festschrift series, no. 25.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This collection of seventeen essays by friends, colleagues, and former students celebrates the extraordinarily broad intellectual reach of Eugene Narmour, Edmund J. Kahn Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music at the University of Pennsylvania, a seminal figure in the field of music theory, and a path breaking scholar in music cognition. The studies range widely in subject and approach, just as Narmour's work  Read more...
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Named Person: Eugene Narmour; Eugene Narmour
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence F Bernstein; Alexander Rozin
ISBN: 9781576471593 1576471594
OCLC Number: 851642785
Description: xx, 417 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm.
Contents: Eugene Narmour : a biographical appreciation / by Robert O. Gjerdingen --
Pleyel's emulation of Haydn : "easy" symphonies and the intended audience / Lawrence F. Bernstein --
The agitated allegro as music for silent film : origins, nature, uses, and construction / James Buhler --
Multiparametric complexity in Charlie Parker's "Confirmation" / Matthew W. Butterfield --
Didactic performance : cognitive processes of improvisation in contemporary gospel solo singing / Catherine Chamblee --
Moments of attention : function, coherence, and unusual sounds in works by Anton Webern and Richard Rodgers / Alfred Cramer --
Which is more? : pitch height, parametric scales, and the intricacies of cross-domain magnitude relationships / Zohar Eitan --
Revisiting intra- and extraopus style / Robert O. Gjerdingen --
Rhythmicizing the subject / Christopher F. Hasty --
Multifunctional codas in sonata-form movements by Schubert / Robert G. Hopkins --
"How to assign note values to words" : Gioseffo Zarlino's Pater Noster, Ave Maria (1549 and 1566) / Cristle Collins Judd --
Tension and expectation in a Schubert song / Fred Lerdahl --
Musical meter, social cognition, and musical expression : an inquiry in cognitive aesthetics / Justin London --
Instrumental gesture in Debussy's La Terrasse des audiences du clair de lune / Eugene Montague --
Meeting of two minds in duet piano performance / Caroline Palmer and Janeen D. Loehr --
The analysis and cognition of basic textural structures / Alexander Rozin --
Music as a Victorian heaven : Charles Kingsley's sermon "Music" / Ruth A. Solie --
Before homo sapiens : toward a deep history of entrainment / Gary Tomlinson.
Series Title: Festschrift series, no. 25.
Responsibility: edited by Lawrence F. Bernstein and Alexander Rozin.

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"This collection of seventeen essays by friends, colleagues, and former students celebrates the extraordinarily broad intellectual reach of Eugene Narmour, Edmund J. Kahn Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music at the University of Pennsylvania, a seminal figure in the field of music theory, and a path breaking scholar in music cognition. The studies range widely in subject and approach, just as Narmour's work demonstrates impressive mastery in an imposing array of disciplines, including, beyond his own training in music theory, art history, cognitive studies, linguistics, and psychology. Fittingly, therefore, these essays draw upon cognitive, historical, performative, philosophical, style-analytical, and theoretical models."

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