Covenant theology Reformed theologians use the concept of covenant to describe the way God enters fellowship with people in history.
More broadly construed, it includes any theoretical discussion of music informed by recognized philosophical methodologies and theories. The scientific revolution of the early modern period encouraged separation of scientific from philosophical inquiry.
Like most recent philosophy, contemporary philosophy of music focuses on issues that are not subject to empirical inquiry. Although there are some differences in focus and methodology, contemporary philosophy of music can overlap with music theory.
This bibliography will emphasize the narrower construal, in which philosophy of music is non-empirical, philosophically based inquiry into the nature of music. From this perspective, philosophers have discussed music since the recorded beginnings of Western philosophy, with the nature of music playing an important role in the thought of Pythagoras c.
Philosophy of music has been and remains a much broader field than philosophical music aesthetics.
Aftermodern philosophy developed aesthetic theory as a distinct subcategory of inquiry. Since then, philosophy of music has generally reflected, and in many cases guided, philosophical inquiry into the nature of art and of aesthetic properties such as beauty and sublimity.
The 19th and late 20th centuries have been particularly robust periods of development in the philosophy of music. Philosophy of music currently reflects the recent, general division of philosophy into the analytic and continental approaches, with relatively little exchange between the two approaches.
General Overviews Few works attempt to provide an overview of philosophy of music. However, see also Reference Works and Textbooks. The most notable exceptions are the three-volume collection of edited primary texts assembled by Lippman —the histories of Western musical aesthetics provided in Lippman and Bowmanand the cumulative impact of the essays commissioned for Alperson and Stock and those collected in Alperson However, Lippman — overemphasizes the modern period.
As a corrective supplementation, Strunk is the best collection, providing numerous primary texts from ancient Greece. Hamilton and Alperson usefully question the implicit elitism of concentrating on Western classical music.
Due to the diversity of viewpoints in philosophy, readers should approach each of these works with an awareness of its editorial or authorial perspective and its resulting limitations. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music. Pennsylvania State University Press, There is an extensive but dated bibliography.
The emphasis is on analytic philosophy. New Directions in the Philosophy of Music. Taken as a whole, this diverse set of essays provides an excellent introduction to the range of topics explored in recent philosophy of music.
Philosophical Perspectives on Music. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, Organized chronologically, this relatively accessible textbook begins with Greek antiquity and ends with feminism and postmodernism. A good source on continental philosophy of music but cursory in its treatment of analytic approaches.
The bibliography is similarly unbalanced. It is unique among overviews in emphasizing the elitism that emerges when philosophy of music restricts itself to consideration of Western classical music.
Contains a useful bibliography. Aesthetics in Music 4.Feb 19, · Music and Poem By: Chris Wonfor (ClefferNotes) Hey everyone, here is a different video to what I normally upload. This video I thought was important to create as it is my philosophy on music and.
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Music is very much alive in nature for we hear the whistling of the wind, the rain drumming on the roof during a storm, the songs of birds, and even the steady rhythms of a loved one's heart: all of this is what I first recall my musical experience to be in youth.
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The music of Claude Debussy. Beethoven's late style is the language of his ninth symphony, the Missa Solemnis, the last piano sonatas and string quartets, the Diabelli Variations, the Bagatelles, as well as five piano sonatas, five string quartets, and several smaller piano works.