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Music, performance, meaning

Nicholas Cook

Music, performance, meaning

selected essays

by Nicholas Cook

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementNicholas Cook
    SeriesAshgate contemporary thinkers on critical musicology series, Ashgate contemporary thinkers on critical musicology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3800 .C74 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 349 p. :
    Number of Pages349
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17249646M
    ISBN 100754627187
    ISBN 109780754627180
    LC Control Number2007013633

    Concert music is the music that is not only pleasing to the ears and mind but also nurturing for the soul. It has been long said that music gives one an emotional response. Characters of varying degree that are found in music, can affect one’s mood. Music can raise someone’s mood, get them excited, or make them calm and relaxed. of music making and the interest of many researchers in defining and clarify-ing the processes of so-called "expert" performance. However, this view of musical performance represents only one facet of music making as it exists today. Take, for example, the music of many non-Western societies, ex-.

    In his book of the same title (Musicking, ), Small argues for introducing a new word to the English dictionary – that of musicking (from the verb to music), meaning any activity involving or related to music performance. According to his own definition. The definition gets broader in the case of a motion picture or other audiovisual work where a work is performed when its images are shown in any sequence or when the sounds accompanying the work are audible. Due to the very broad definition of "perform" virtually every rendition of the copyrighted work would constitute a performance.

    The following paper analyses the musical performance, musician’s names involved in the performance used in the book The Rolling Stones in December 6, at Altamont Speedway Free Festival, California. Also the paper describes the musical performance in every stage in the performance.   3 thoughts on “ Does listening to music while working affect performance? ” John Rutledge December 2, at am. Just from personal experience I know that this is true. I almost listen to music when I study, and it helps me focus more. But I haven’t tried studying without music in a number off years.


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Music, performance, meaning by Nicholas Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book unravels the complexities of playing music and reveals aspects of learning, playing and responding to music relevant to performances of all levels. A survey of performance through the ages leads to a presentation of basic historical, analytical and psychological concepts.

Four chapters follow on teaching, development, practice and memorization/5(5). Extending the inquiry of meaning book early groundbreaking books, Christopher Small strikes at the heart of traditional studies of Western music by asserting that music is not a thing, meaning book rather an activity.

In this new book, Small outlines a theory of what he terms "musicking," a verb that encompasses all musical activity from composing to performing to listening to a Walkman to singing in the by: In particular the two keywords of the title -Meaning and Performance- meaning book critical directions that expand to the point that, by the end of the book, they become coextensive: music is seen as social action and meaning as created by that action.

The first chapter of Experience and Meaning in Music Performance is contributed by the editors and introduces us to and contextualizes the keywords of the book: performance, experience, and meaning.

The book’s primary focus on performance performance the act of music making with the goal of considering the significance of unique performative aspects implicit therein. Books shelved as music-performance: Методическо ръководство за овладяване на орнаментиката в Южнотракийския кавалджийски стил by Любен Досев, Похвати.

This book unravels the complexities of playing music and reveals aspects of learning, playing and responding to music relevant to performances of all levels. A survey of performance through the ages leads to a presentation of basic meaning book, analytical and psychological concepts.

Four chapters follow on teaching, development, practice and memorization.3/5(3). Synopsis This book unravels the complexities of playing music and reveals aspects of learning, playing and responding to music relevant to performances of all levels. A survey of performance through the ages leads to a presentation of basic historical, analytical and psychological concepts.

Series: Teaching Music Through Performance Description: Newly revised and expanded Second Edition. By Larry Blocher, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, Ray Cramer, Tim Lautzenheiser, Edward S.

Lisk, Richard ed and edited by Richard Miles. Freshly revised and completely rewritten, the landmark book that broke new ground now contains more theoretical, practical, and analytical insights.

Musical Performance Music Everywhere. During the Carolingian era—that is, the age of the Frankish emperor Charlemagne and his dynasty (eighth to tenth century)—and continuing through the late Middle Ages, the sound of music was, quite literally, was so much a basic part of everyday life that it would be difficult to discuss many significant daily events or activities.

Musical performance, step in the musical process during which musical ideas are realized and transmitted to a listener. In Western music, performance is most commonly viewed as an interpretive art, though it is not always merely that.

Performers to some degree determine aspects of any music they. Music can exert powerful physical effects, can produce deep and profound emotions within us, and can be used to generate infinitely subtle variations of expressiveness by skilled composers and performers.

The book examines how music can be used to communicate and the biolo More. Musical performance definition: A performance involves entertaining an audience by doing something such as singing, | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

In this new book, Small outlines a theory of what he terms "musicking," a verb that encompasses all musical activity from composing to performing to listening to a Walkman to singing in the shower/5(2). Sheet music is used as a record or a guide to perform or compose a piece of music.

To be able to read this sheet music, one has to study the musical notations, for which, one has to be acquainted with the symbols used to represent the notes. Given below is a list of the musical symbols employed to write sheet music. The Staff. Patel also offers this beautiful definition of what music is: Sound organized in time, intended for, or perceived as, aesthetic experience.

It’s worth noting that Music, Language, and the Brain makes a fine addition to our list of 5 must-read books about language. LISTEN TO THIS. Experience and Meaning in Music Performance Edited by Martin Clayton, Byron Dueck, and Laura Leante. Combines ethnographic methods with empirical approaches derived from music cognition and music psychology.

Presents empirical study of music traditions outside the West, including Afro-Brazilian congado and North Indian classical music. Welcome to the companion website for Experience and Meaning in Music Performance, edited by Martin Clayton, Byron Dueck, and Laura companion website features companion audio, video, and other supplemental files which accompany the text.

Music as Social Performance By Lisa McCormick A troubling accusation was recently leveled against the fi eld of musicology: “Because they think of performance as in essence the reproduction of a text, musicologists don’t understand music as a performing art” (Cook ).

Public Performance Licenses give permission to perform music in public. The public performance of a song almost always requires a license.

In contrast, the license requirement to perform a sound recording in public are more limited, applicable typically only when the sound recording public performance is offered via the internet or via other.

The book focusses particularly on the musical system and structures of dāphā, but aims to integrate their analysis with that of the cultural and historical context of the music, in order to address the question of what music means in a traditional South Asian society.

In some ways, music is a lot like literature. It can be pleasing, enlightening, even life-changing. A great song, like a great book, affects the listener in unanticipated ways and resonates long.JavaScript Disabled You must have JavaScript enabled to use the Amazon Music library.

See.Commonly called “stage fright,” performance anxiety is the fear of doing something in front of a group of people. The experts at WebMD offer strategies for feeling comfortable ''on stage.''.