Music in the Body - The Body in Music

Körper an der Schnittstelle von musikalischer Praxis und Diskurs

Music in the Body - The Body in Music

Körper an der Schnittstelle von musikalischer Praxis und Diskurs

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 EAN: 9783487160085
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Verlag: Georg Olms Verlag

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Göttingen Studies in Musicology vol.11
Göttinger Studien zur Musikwissenschaft Band 11
Hoppe, Christine, ed
Avischag Müller, Sarah, ed
The body matters in the humanities and within social and cultural studies. It
is variously understood as a knowledge store and transmitter, as a node of
perception and cognition, as a site of discipline and power and as a locus of
identity and agency. But how is the body integral to our concept of music?
With increasing interest, Musicology is discovering the epistemological role
of the body and its potential as analytical tool, pursuing avenues such as
affect studies, performance studies, gender in music and musical perception
and cognition.
This volume of collected works draws on an international conference, held at
the Department of Musicology at the University of Göttingen in 2019, that
aimed to bring together various theoretical perspectives relating to the body
and evaluating its present musicological relevance. It explores pathways into
a fundamental debate on the body as a central musicological category and
reflects on the relevance of this category in the application of diverse
musical objects and practices. Composition and performance, aesthetic
discourse and sociological analysis, perception and production are all
discussed in relation to bodily knowledge, bodily practice and bodily norms.
Historical, contemporary, analytical, ethnographic and artistic-experimental
approaches reflect the richness of the musicological discipline and its
forays into the musical body.
The publication contains twelve different approaches to the body in music in
German and English by Sylvain Brétéché, Max Ischebeck, Werner Jauk, Jasna
Jovicevic, Moritz Kelber, Tobias Knickmann, Ina Knoth, Madeleine Le
Bouteiller, Alastair White, Martin Winter, Stefanie Schroedter and Martin
Zenck.

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