by Burrows, David L.Publisher: Amherst, Mass. : University of Massachusetts Press, Description: viii, 138 pages : music ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780870236853; 0870236857.Subject(s): Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics | Sound | SpeechNote: Includes bibliographical reference (pages 127-135) and index.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In this examination of the relation of thought to sound, David Burrows offers the thesis that sound has played a liberating role in human evolution.
Includes bibliographical reference (pages 127-135) and index.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Introduction Three Fields of Human Action (p. 3)
- Chapter 1 Sound (p. 15)
- Chapter 2 Voice (p. 28)
- Chapter 3 Words (p. 39)
- Chapter 4 Words and Music (p. 59)
- Chapter 5 Words in Music (p. 78)
- Chapter 6 Words on Music (p. 92)
- Chapter 7 Instrumentalities (p. 108)
- Conclusion (p. 120)
- Index (p. 137)