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Significance of Musical Phenomena
An Ontic Analysis of Music
A Fundamental Ontology
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acoustical activity aesthetic of music Aristoxenus attuned audience authentic basic being-attuned being-in-the-world being-with bring changes Charles Ives comes composer composer's conception concept of music concern constantly context of involvements create cultural disclosive disclosure discourse Eduard Hanslick elements encountered entities everyday exis existential expression find ourselves fore-structure future germinal idea grasp hear Heidegger Henry Cowell human Ibid Igor Stravinsky inauthentic individual interpretation Kaelin knowing listening lived logic man's Martin Heidegger meaningful means mode music theory musical aesthetics musical experience musical idea musical society musical sounds musician musicology notes one's oneself ontic ontological analysis overtone series ownmost perception performer phenomena phenomenon piece pitch possibilities inherent present present-at-hand projection qualities question ready-to-hand reflection relationships reveals Roger Sessions score shape significance significations simply single musical society's sound patterns sounding existence structure stylistic symbols temporality tence tension things tion tool totality traditional