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Tilgjengelig online

Brøvig-Hanssen, Ragnhild., & Danielsen, Anne. "The Naturalised and the Surreal: changes in the perception of popular music sound." In: Organised Sound, 18/1 (2013), pp. 71–80. http://doi.org/10.1017/S1355771812000258

Bruns, Gerald L.: "Hermeneutics" i Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, 1998. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 5 spalter.

Dahlhaus, Carl: "Kapittel 2: The Significance of Art: Historical or Aesthetic?" In: Dahlhaus, Carl: Foundations of Music History, 1993. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 19–33.

Danielsen, Anne: Musical Rhythm in the Age of Digital Reproduction, 2010. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. Kapittel 2: "Here, There and Everywhere: Three Accounts of Pulse in d'Angelo's 'Left and Right'."

DeVeaux, Scott: "Constructing the Jazz Tradition." In: Black American Literature Forum Vol. 25, No. 3, Literature of Jazz Issue (Autumn, 1991), pp. 525-560.

Goehr, Lydia: Excerpt from: The Imaginary Museum of Musical Works. An Essay in the Philosophy of Music, 2007. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 243-286.

Guldbrandsen, Erling E.: "Modernist Composer and Mahler Conductor. Changing Conceptions of Performativity in Boulez." In: Studia Musicologica Norvegica 32 (ed. Stan Hawkins). Oslo: Universitetsforlaget 2006, pp. 140–168.

Moore, Allan F., Schmidt, P., & Dockwray, R.: "A Hermeneutics of Spatialization for Recorded Song." Twentieth-Century Music, 6/1 (2009), pp. 83–114. http://doi.org/10.1017/S1478572210000071

Walser, Robert : "Out of Notes: Signification, Interpretation, and the Problem of Miles Davis." In: Krin Gabbard (ed.): Jazz Among the Discourses, 1995. Durham/London: Duke University Press. s. 165–188.

 

Kompendium

Adorno, Theodor W.: "Vakre steder" (39 sider) og "Fragment om musikk og språk" (8 sider). In: Adorno, Theodor W.: Musikkfilosofi, 2003. Oslo: Pax.

Barthes, Roland: "Rasch." In: Barthes, Roland: I tegnets tid. Utvalgte artikler og essays, 1994. Oslo: Pax, pp. 106–116 (bokas lengde: 174 s.)

Cook, Nicholas: "Analysing Performance and Performing Analysis". In: Nicholas Cook and Mark Everist (red.): Rethinking Music, 1999. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 239–261.

Dahlhaus, Carl: "Kapittel 2: The Significance of Art: Historical or Aesthetic?" In: Dahlhaus, Carl: Foundations of Music History, 1993. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 19–33 (bokas lengde: 177 s.)

Kerman, Joseph: "How We Got Into Analysis, and How to Get Out". In: Critical Inquiry. Winter 1980, pp. 311–331.

McClary, Susan: "Narrative Agendas in «Absolute» Music: Identity and Difference in Brahms’s Third Symphony." In: Ruth A. Solie (red.): Musicology and Difference, 1992. Berkeley: University of California Press (bokas lengde: 355 s.)

Middleton, Richard : Kapittel 4: “Change Gonna Come?” In: Studying Popular Music, 1990. Philadelphia: Open University Press., pp. 103–126. (Bokas lengde: 328 s.)

Toynbee, Jason: Chapter 3: "Technology: The Instrumental Instrument." In: Making Popular Music: Musicians, Creativity and Institutions, 2000. Bloomsbury USA, pp. 68-101.

Treitler, Leo: "Hermeneutics, Exegetics, or What?" i Thomas Holme Hansen (red.): 13th Nordic Musicological Congress - Papers and Abstracts, Aarhus 2000. Department of Musicology, University of Aarhus, s. 48-64 (bokas lengde: 179 s.)

Treitler, Leo: "The Present as History" i Treitler, Leo: Music and the Historical Imagination, 1989. Harvard University Press. s. 95–156.

 

Legges ut på Fronter

Cook, Nicholas:“Music as Performance.” In: The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction. Edited by Trevor Herbert, Richard Middleton and Martin Clayton, 204–14. London: Routledge, 2003.

Danielsen, Anne: Musical Rhythm in the Age of Digital Reproduction, 2010. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. Kapittel 2: "Here, There and Everywhere: Three Accounts of Pulse in d'Angelo's 'Left and Right'."

McCormick, Lisa: "Music Sociology in a New Key". Chapter 27 In: Jeffrey C. Alexander, Ronald Jacobs and Philip Smith: The Oxford Handbook of Cultural Sociology. Oxford University Press 2012, s 723 - 742. 

 

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