5 edition of Beyond Schenkerism found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||ML423.S33 N4|
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|Pagination||xi, 238 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||76-25632|
Beyond Schenkerism: The Need for Alternatives in Music Analysis. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Phoenix paperback edition ISBN (cloth); ISBN (paperback). Patel, Aniruddh D. (). "Musical Rhythm, Linguistic Rhythm, and Human Evolution". Music Perception. Berkeley, California. Narmour's recent book, Beyond Schenkerism , defines Schenker analysis as a transformational system, refutes the central parts of that theory, and suggests an alternative theory of analysis.
In the last of the many footnotes in Beyond Schenkerism Eugene Narmour wrote "My forthcoming book, The Melodic Structure of Tonal Music, will attempt to make explicit the principles of the implication-realization model" (, ). The adjective Narmour used to describe his proposed book was somewhat misleading: it took. Adlington, Robert Moving Beyond Motion: Metaphors for Changing Sound Journal of the Royal Musical Association Adorno, Theodor W. Arnold Schoenberg, – Prisms Samuel, Weber, Shierry Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press Author: Holly Watkins.
Empirical studies of emotional response to music. In M. R. Jones & S. Holleran (Eds.), Cognitive bases of musical communication (p. 33–46). American Psychological Association. https://Cited by: Twice chair of the music department, Dr. Narmour is the author of three books (Beyond Schenkerism, The Analysis and Cognition of Basic Melodic Structures, and The Analysis and Cognition of Melodic Complexity). Some of his numerous articles on music theory and analysis have been translated into French, Chinese, and Japanese.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Preface --Introduction --The logical problem --Schenkerism as intellectual history --The assimilation-accommodation problem: History versus analysis --Analytical problems: Harmony --Analytical problems: Melody and rhythm --Analytical problems: Form and.
Eugene Narmour's Beyond Schenkerism attempts to prove that Schenkerian theory is an inadequate model of tonal music. BEYOND SCHENKERISM 11 The evidence, or facts, will be Interpreted in a new way under the aegis of a new theory, and thus attempting to build logically from the old facts might never have led to the new theory.
If the new facts in terms of the new theory provide a satisfactory explanation for music (which we al. In spite of some trends in musicology away from the dry analysis of scores, music theorists are alive and well, and Schenker studies continue to thrive on many fronts: analysis, theory, epistemology, cultural history, source studies.
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Narmour, E. () Beyond Schenkerism: The Need for Alternatives in Music Analysis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN Narmour, E.
() "The 'Genetic code' of melody: Cognitive structures generated by the implication-realization model. In Music and the cognitive sciences, ed. Stephen McAdams and Irène Deliège. London. Narmour's recent book, Beyond Schenkerism , defines Schenker analysis as a transformational system, refutes the central parts of that theory, and suggests an alternative theory of analysis.
This paper draws a parallel between some of Narmour's ideas and current work in natural language processing, Schank and Abelson's Knowledge Structures . Beyond Schenkerism — The Need for Alternatives in Music Analysis (Chicago) Nattiez, J.-J.
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generated in the music-analytic community by Narmour's Beyond Schenkerism after its appearance in However, to define Narmour's views as expressed in that book in terms of what he argued against is to do his thesis less than justice; read as .BOOK REVIEW John Rothgeb State University of New York at Binghamton BEYOND SCHENKERISM.
THE NEED FOR ALTERNATIVES IN MUSIC ANALYSIS by Eugene Narmour Chicago: University of Chicago Press,pages The basic thesis of Eugene Narmour1 s Beyond Schenkerism is stated early in Chapter I.
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