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by Andreas Giger,Thomas J. Mathiesen

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Author: Andreas Giger,Thomas J. Mathiesen
ISBN: 0803232195
Language: English
Pages: 333 pages
Category: Music
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (November 1, 2002)
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Music in the Mirror book. Music in the Mirror: Reflections on the History of Music Theory and Literature for the Twenty-First Century. In Music in the Mirror, thirteen distinguished scholars explore the concept of music, music theory, and music literature as mirror images of one another-whether real or distorted.

By Andreas Giger, Thomas J. Mathiesen

By Andreas Giger, Thomas J. Mathiesen. Music in the Mirror: Reflections on the History of Music Theory and Literature for the 21st Century. By Andreas Giger, Thomas J. The year 1998 saw the establishment of the Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature (CHMTL), which was intended, first of all, to provide a central location and facility for maintaining and expanding a series of publications (both electronic and conventional) and projects that had been established at Indiana University.

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The music of this time was popular in cultures of Persia, India, Rome . There are playing techniques, theories, and musical concepts that have opened new avenues for music composition

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In Music in the Mirror, thirteen distinguished scholars explore the concept of music, music theory, and music literature as mirror images of one another—whether real or distorted. Encompassing the history of music and music theory and literature from the Middle Ages to the present, these essays, in their reconsideration of the relationships among music, theory, and literature, offer new approaches and articulate compelling visions for future research.