Companion to Contemporary Musical Thought, Volume 2

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John Paynter
Psychology Press, 1992 - Music - 1208 pages
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Contents

Does it really mean anything? Some aspects of musical
625
Composition with machines 399
633
commentaries
634
Wagners musical metaphors
650
the search for a middleground
692
the composers posthumous reputation in the 208
715
amplified 500
736
Morty Feldman is dead
751
Introduction xxxiii
909
THE INTERPRETATION OF
911
two poles 46
918
intermediaries and interpreters
920
some current approaches to the
931
a contemporary
948
Musical instruments and performers of the past
961
Text context music 272
977

From improvisation to composition
762
Improvisation
776
Improvisation cognition and education
787
core research 19801990
803
VOLUME 1
806
material and method
840
Notes on contributors xi
843
an examination of the structure of Jewish
858
Music number and rhetoric in the early Middle Ages
885
Preface xxxi
896
Historical approaches to violin playing
993
Vocal consort style and tunings
1020
Authentic pronunciation for Early Music
1051
an apologia and some guidelines
1065
Anthemes for Versus and Chorus Apt for Viols and
1079
a cog in the mechanism of musical
1116
Index
1147
Musical cultural and educational implications of digital 319
1149
Composing sounds with computers 583
1163
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