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Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music
In this book Jean-Jacques Nattiez, well-known for his pioneering work in musical semiology, examines both music, and discourse about music, as products of human activity that are perceived in varying
Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music
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Some Aspects of Inuit Vocal Games
This article surveys some aspects of the research dealing with the "vocal games" of the Canadian Inuit. These vocal games are somewhat competitive, played most of the time by women who face each
The Boulez-Cage Correspondence
Between May 1949 and August 1954 the composers Pierre Boulez and John Cage exchanged a series of remarkable letters which reflect on their own music and the music and culture of the time. This
Can One Speak of Narrativity in Music
THE question of musical narrativity, while by no means new, is making a comeback as the order of the day in the field of musicological thought. In May 1988 a conference on the theme 'Music and the
The Rekkukara of the Ainu (Japan) and the Katajjaq of the Inuit (Canada): A Comparison
Etude de deux jeux de gorge feminins possedant un ensemble de caracteristiques communes concernant les combinaisons des differents motifs.
Music and Discourse
Inuit throat-games and Siberian throat singing : A comparative, historical, and semiological approach
L'A. demontre comment les jeux de gorge et les chants de gorge se ressemblent mais ont des significations differentes dans les societes polaires : chez les Inuit du Canada, le chant est appele
Orientations: Collected Writings
This collection of writings enhances Boulez's unrivalled reputation as a lucid and compelling expositor of the modern composer's world.