Music Semiotics: A Network of Significations in Honour and Memory of Raymond Monelle

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Esti Sheinberg
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - 344 oldal
The focus of this volume is the signification of music. Contributors investigate the different ways in which musical styles, types and functions signify, and examine how they import meaning into life.
 

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25
5
41
7
73
la Beethoven Piano Sonata in A Major Op 101 first theme
96
4a Hensel Hiob The dürren Halm motive
113
WHO SIGNALS WHAT AND HOW?
147
Reflections on Musical Topics
163
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175
Parody of Learned Style
225
Beethovens Quartet Op 127
239
Stravinskys Topics
249
Soldiers March
256
Musical Topics
263
la Kutavičius Three Sonnets by A Mickiewicz 1992
281
Tributes
287
Index of Concepts
321

Dramatic Signification of the Grail Knights
185
The Topic of Emotion
211
3a Mozart Symphony in G minor K 550 Menuetto bars 16
220

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Esti Sheinberg is the author of Irony, Satire, Parody and the Grotesque in the Music of Dmitri Shostakovich (Ashgate: 2000). A former student and colleague of Raymond Monelle, Sheinberg's scholarship contributes to the developing field of music signification by combining music analysis and historical research with the semiotics of music.

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