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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Claire Janice Detels; Ralph Alexander Smith
|Description:||xi, 181 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. I. The Boundaries of the Arts and Aesthetics. 1. Hard Times, Hard Boundaries. 2. History, Philosophy, and the Canons of the Arts. 3. Uses of History in Some Recent Aesthetic Writings --
Pt. II. Boundaries in Music. 4. Fragmentation in the Musical Field. 5. Soft Boundaries and Relatedness: A New Paradigm for Understanding Music. 6. Soft Boundaries, Autonomist/Formalist Aesthetics, and Music Theory --
Pt. III. Soft Boundaries and the Future. 7. Integrating History, Theory, and Practice in the College Music Curriculum. 8. Towards Integrative, Interdisciplinary Education in the Arts and Aesthetics. 9. Virtual Reality and Aesthetic Competence in the Twenty-First Century.
|Other Titles:||Re-visioning the arts and aesthetics in American education|
|Responsibility:||Claire Detels ; Ralph A. Smith, advisory editor.|
"This compelling analysis of the academic autism' that results from the over-specialization and, hence, the fragmentation of musical study and education in public schols and universities will be read