Introduction to Musicology: A Survey of the Fields, Systematic & Historical, of Musical Knowledge & Research

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INDEX
(Figures in boldface refer to entries in bibliographies.)
A
Aber, Adolf, 181, 301
Abert, Hermann, 14, 280, 282, 303
Abraham, Otto, 221, 223, 240
Absorption, 26
Acoustics, 21-59
and comparative musicology, 219 f.
and harmony, 168, 170-172
and melody, 159 f.
and music theory, 156-158
and musical pedagogy, 196, 199, 201, 207
and orchestration, 177-179
and psychology, 21
and rhythm, 163 f.
and scales, 157 f.
architectural, 21
as branch of physics, 21
as branch of systematic musicology, 9
as science of music, 3 f.
beats, 35f.
combination tones, 34 f.
defined, 21
diffraction, 27 f.
duration, 40
frequency, 31 f.
in curriculum, 10, 13 f.
instruments, musical, 40-54
intensity, 36 f.
interference, 28
nature of sound, 21 f.
overtone structure 37-40
pitch relationships, physical basis of, 32-34
reflection, 25-27
Acoustics (Cont.)
refraction, 27
resonance, 28 f.
sounds, musical, 29-31
tones, physical characteristics of, 31
velocity, 25
vibratory motion, 21
wave motion, 23 f.
Adler, Guido, ix, 4, 6, 14, 149, 217, 234, 252, 254, 265, 280, 299, 305, 312
Aesthetics, 113-154
aesthetic experience, 147
aesthetic object, 124-126
analysis in, 116 f.
and comparative musicology, 219
and historical method, 250
and melody, 160
and music theory, 157
and musical pedagogy, 186, 188, 197, 200 f., 207
and psychology, 60
and rhythm, 163
and scales, 158 f.
applied musical, 10, 152
approaches to, 114
as branch of systematic musicology, 9 f., 14
autonomy and heteronomy, 121, 140-142
compositional patterns, 138-140
definition of, 118-120
field of, 120-122
form, 129-141
material, 127-129
methods, 114-116

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