This volume brings together DeNora's work published between 1986 and 2007. It includes thirteen essays, some of which have had a major impact on the field. The chapters trace the development of her work from its early concern with musical meaning, historical ethnography and the 'everyday' perspective, to its current focus on music in action. Topics covered include Adorno on Schoenberg and Stravinsky, a theory of music as a space and place for interpretive work, research methods for historical musicology, and the first key statement of her theory of music as an active ingredient in social life. These building blocks are then employed to investigate music and embodied experience, sexuality and gender differentiation, and music's role as a technology of health. The essays are set in a multi-disciplinary context with an autobiographical introduction.Über den Autor:
Tia DeNora, Professor of Music Sociology, Exeter University, UK.
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