Essays on music : Theodor W. Adorno ; selected, with introduction, commentary, and notes by Richard Leppert ; new translations by Susan H. Gillespie
Books/Textual Material | University of California Press | c2002.
Available at Gumberg Silverman Phen General - 1st Floor (ML423.A33 A63 2002)
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, c2002.
xvii, 743 p. ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (p. 681-708) and index.
Locating music, society, modernity, and the new. Commentary / (by Richard Leppert) ; Music, language, and composition (1956) ; Why is the new art so hard to understand? (1931) ; On the contemporary relationship of philosophy and music (1953) ; On the problem of musical analysis (1969) ; The aging of the new music (1955) ; The dialectical composer (1934) -- Culture, technology, and listening. Commentary / (by Richard Leppert) ; The radio symphony (1941) ; The curves of the needle (1927/1965) ; The form of the phonograph record (1934) ; Opera and the long-playing record (1969) ; On the fetish-character in music and the regression of listening (1938) ; Little heresy (1965) -- Music and mass culture. Commentary / (by Richard Leppert) ; What national socialism has done to the arts (1945) ; On the social situation of music (1932) ; On popular music [with the assistance of George Simpson] (1941) ; On jazz (1936) ; Farewell to jazz (1933) ; Kitsch (c. 1932) ; Music in the background (c. 1934) -- Composition, composers, and works. Commentary / (by Richard Leppert) ; Late style in Beethoven (1937) ; Alienated masterpiece: The missa solemnis (1959) ; Wagner's relevance for today (1963) ; Mahler today (1930) ; Marginalia on Mahler (1936) ; The opera Wozzeck (1929) ; Toward and understanding of Schoenberg (1955/1967) ; Difficulties (1964, 1966).
Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969), one of the principal figures associated with the Frankfurt School, wrote extensively on culture, modernity, aesthetics, literature, and -- more than any other subject -- music. To this day, Adorno remains the single most influential contributor to the development of qualitative musical sociology which, together with his nuanced intertextual readings of musical works, gives him broad claim as a continuing force in the study of music. This long-awaited collection of twenty-seven essays represents the full range of Adorno's music writing. Nearly half of the essays appear in English for the first time; all of the essays are fully annotated; and the previously translated essays have been corrected and missing text restored, making this volume the definitive resource on Adorno's musical thought. -- Publisher description.
Translated from the German.
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