Musical Works and Performances: A Philosophical Exploration

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Index
Abbado, Claudio 245
Ackerman, James S. 157 , 158
Ackerman, Will 332n.57
Adorno, Theodor 219n. , 229n.23 - 4 , 333n. , 336n.60
African music 49 , 61n. , 202 , 204n. , 334
Alperson, Philip 13-14 , 18 , 177n.
Amerindian music 88 , 262 , 263
Anderson, Christopher 266
Anderson, James C. 37 , 42n.34 , 71 , 73n.16 , 75 , 176n.
Anderson, Laurie 332n.57
Apel, Willi 49 , 62 , 117 , 221n. , 299
Arnold, Denis 69n.
Atkinson, John 303n.15
audiences 157 , 160-1 , 186-8 , 235-7 , 247
dumbing down of 330-6
modern versus period 83-4 , 231-7 , 239-40
and recordings 301-7 , 310-14 , 317
rights of 247 , 252
'Auld Lang Syne' 164
Austin Lounge Lizards 8
Australian aboriginal music 49 , 88 , 131-2
authenticity 152 , 203-4 , 259 , 293
deep 260-1
nominal 204 , 260-1
in non-Western musical traditions 201-5 , 254-94
acculturated and hybrid music 263-5
critique of old mythology of 255-8 , 267 , 275 , 293
defence of old mythology of 259-63
necessity of judgements about 255 , 258-61 , 293-4
in performances of musical works 20 , 91 , 164-5 , 201-24 , 227 , 318-19
attainability of 107 , 228-34
consistent with differences in performances 20 , 110 , 117 , 130 , 152 , 154 , 209 , 238
degrees in 153 , 207 , 241 , 249
departures from the ideal 166 , 218 , 221-2 , 241 , 248-9
as experienced by modern audience 231-7 , 239-40
impracticality of 222 , 247-9
and instrumentation 66-71 , 73 , 98 , 166 , 193n.30 , 216-22 , 224 , 252
integral to the point of performance 17 , 112 , 161 , 207-9 , 225-6 , 241 , 247-52
may sound better 206 , 218-19 , 237-41
not to be traded for interpretative interest 202 , 240-5 , 248-50 , 252
value of 234-41 , 248-52
in recordings 201-5 , 319
of performances of works for live performance 318-19
of performances of works for studio performance 318
of works for studio performance 318
of works not for performance 228 , 317-18see also performances of works ; recordings ; works
Avery, Oswald 79n.
Babbitt, Milton:
Compositions for Synthesizer9-11
Philomel196
Bach, Carl Philipp Emmanuel 13 , 15
Bach, Johann Christian (1735-82), son of J. S. 83
Bach, Johann Christian (1642-1703), cousin of J. S. 78 , 82
Bach, Johann Sebastian 8 , 19 , 45 , 50 , 59 , 69n. , 70 , 76 , 78 , 82-3 , 86 , 120 , 181 , 215 , 219n. , 222 , 224n. , 232n. , 235 , 244-5 , 326
The Art of Fugue55 , 119-20 , 215n.
Brandenburg Concertos7 , 10 , 74-5
The Musical Offering13-16
Partita for Solo Violin in D minor 168 , 169n. , 179-80
'Sheep May Safely Graze' 144n.31
Suites for Unaccompanied Cello 70 , 120 , 222
Toccata and Fugue in D minor316n.
Two Part Inventions145-7 , 163 , 166 , 175
Violin Concerto in E major 43 , 60 , 68n. , 218
The Well-Tempered Klavier61 , 173 , 179 , 215n.
Bach, Michael 23n.13
Bachrach, Jay 37 , 39-40 , 42n.33
Baines, Anthony 221n.
Baird, John Logie 78-9
Bakan, Michael 273n.18
Bali:
tourism in 268-70 , 274-5see also Balinese music
Balinese music 50 , 52n.6 , 88 , 188 , 261-2 , 264 , 268-94 , 332
conservatoriums 272-3 , 289 , 291

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Table of contents

  • Musical Works and Performances iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Part One Works, Their Instances, and Notations 1
  • 1: Musical Works 6
  • 2: Elements of Musical Works 45
  • 3: Notations 99
  • 4: Performances 151
  • Part Two Performance, Culture, and Recording 199
  • 5: Authenticity in Western Classical Music 206
  • 6: Authenticity and Non-Western Music 254
  • 7: Recordings 295
  • References 341
  • Index 362
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