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2014 | 3 | 43-51
Article title

WAS HEIßT, MUSIK ZU VERSTEHEN? THEORETISCHE EINSICHTEN UND PRAKTISCHE EMPFEHLUNGEN EINER LEBENSWELTORIENTIERTEN ÄSTHETISCHEN HERMENEUTIK

Content
Title variants
EN
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF MUSIC? THEORETICAL INSIGHTS AND PRACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS WORLD BASED ON AESTHETIC HERMENEUTICS
Languages of publication
DE
Abstracts
EN
The author argues that music should not be mediated as a scientifically reduced object to amateurs and students, but as a message for the listener. Music is not a kind of strange “thing”, but a “virtually-you”, and looks for a dialogue with everybody who listens to it. Music claims: “I mean you! I’m talking about you! I want to talk to you”! Not only is music sound and structure, but a life lived as a reflection of sounds. It is the shape in which the dialogue with music finds its sustenance. The author examines one of the time-honored musical forms – the rondo – to demonstrate his view. From a historical perspective, the rondo is a round-song, which plays an important role in our daily lives. With its typical contrast between what is already known (chorus) and new elements (couplet), the rondo reflects our different experiences of time: time as a line (time of day) and time as a circle (circle of celebration). This article offers an insight into the the
Year
Issue
3
Pages
43-51
Physical description
Dates
published
2014
Contributors
  • Hochschule für Musik Detmold
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2083-1226
YADDA identifier
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