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Khannanov / Ruditsa

Proceedings of the Worldwide Music Conference 2021

Volume 2

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Buch. Hardcover

1st ed. 2021. 2021

viii, 107 S. 45 s/w-Abbildungen, 7 Farbabbildungen, Bibliographien.

In englischer Sprache

Springer. ISBN 978-3-030-85885-8

Format (B x L): 15,5 x 23,5 cm

Gewicht: 331 g


This book continues the line of publications of the first book in a highly interdisciplinary mode. This time, we offer eight chapters that provide the in-depth study of music in four large sub-fields: mathematics, language and theory of narrative, evolution and perception, and, finally, sociology. The first chapter, by Dr. Roman Ruditsa, delves into the study of structural pitch organization. It is based upon mathematical interpretation of the idea of pitch provided by North American proponents of group theory synthesized naturally with the ideas of Russian theorists Tatiana Bershadskaya. Noteworthy is the term conjugacy that harkens back to Boleslav Yavorski’s concept. The second chapter, in the same mathematical venue, by Celina Richter and Stefan E. Schmidt, revisits the millennial question of the essence of an interval. Using highly advanced mathematical language, the categories of monoid, and the algebraic theory of measurement, the authors take further the concepts of transformational theory and chord geometry of Dmitri Tymoczko. The next block is dedicated to language and narrative; the first chapter in it is by Vincent Meelberg. Here, the reader finds fascinating developments in the ongoing deliberations on this elusive category. The author refers to the texts of Almén, Huron, Gershon, and Sternberg. An interesting conclusion introduces the ideas of tension and resolution into the definition of the musical narrative. The name of Trevor Rawbone, perhaps, does not need an introduction to those involved with cognitive studies of music. This time, his chapter deals with the idea of the language of musical thought, which shifts the traditional discussion of language into a very new dimension. The references include all the accolade of the major cognitivists. Both the chosen direction and the elaboration on it make this chapter really worth reading. Carlos Almada begins a new section in the book, the one dedicated to evolution and perception. He begins with Darwin and takes us through the exciting path of devel

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