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  • Author:
    Roger Lustig,Carl Dahlhaus
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    978-0226134871
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    University of Chicago Press; Reprint edition (August 13, 1991)
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    186 pages
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Dahlhaus wrote 25 books, more than 400 articles, and contributed to 150 other works on a wide range of subjects, though the majority of these on the . The Idea of Absolute Music. Translated by Roger Lustig. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Dahlhaus wrote 25 books, more than 400 articles, and contributed to 150 other works on a wide range of subjects, though the majority of these on the history of western music and particularly that of the 19th century (. Studies on the Origin of Harmonic Tonality.

Carl Dahlhaus, R. Lustig. With a characteristically broad and provocative treatment, Dahlhaus examines a single music-aesthetical idea from various historical and philosophical viewpoints. Essential reading for anyone interested in the larger intellectual framework in which Romantic music found its place, a framework that to a remarkable degree has continued to shape our image of music. -Robert P. Morgan, Yale University Carl Dahlhaus (1928-1989) is the author of a highly influential body of works on the foundations of music history and aesthetics.

Carl Dahlhaus, Roger Lustig (Translation). With a characteristically broad and provocative treatment, Dahlhaus examines a single music-aesthetical idea from various.

Dahlhaus, Carl, 1928-. Music - Philosophy and aesthetics, Music - 19th century - History and criticism. Chicago : University of Chicago Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.

com's Carl Dahlhaus Author Page. The Idea of Absolute Music Dec 15, 1989. by Carl Dahlhaus, Roger Lustig.

Absolute music" is an idea that took root in the writings of early German Romantics such as Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder (1773–1798), Ludwig . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989.

Absolute music" is an idea that took root in the writings of early German Romantics such as Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder (1773–1798), Ludwig Tieck (1773–1853), and E. T. .

Absolute Music the History of an Idea. Cook-Everist Rethinking music. Dahlhaus Forma Musical. 1 Chaptei 0ne Absolute Nusic as an Esthetic Paiauigm The esthetics of music is not populai. Dahlhaus’s Conception of Wagner’s Post-1848 Dramaturgy. Philosophical Perspectives on Music by Wayne D. Bowman. Nusicians suspect it of being abstiact talk fai iemoveu fiom musical ieality; the musical public feais philosophical ieflections of the kinu one ought to leave to the initiateu, iathei than plaguing one's own minu with unnecessaiy philosophical uifficulties.

With a characteristically broad and provocative treatment, Dahlhaus examines a single music-aesthetical idea from various historical and philosophical viewpoints.

See Carl Dahlhaus, The Idea of Absolute Music (Trans. Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press, 1991, p. 1. oogle Scholar. 97. Edward Hanslick, On the Musically Beautiful: A Contribution towards the Revision of the Aesthetics of Music, 8th ed. (1891) (Trans.

In his influential book The Idea of Absolute Music, Carl Dahlhaus claimed there was ‘a comprehensive concept .

In his influential book The Idea of Absolute Music, Carl Dahlhaus claimed there was ‘a comprehensive concept of “absolute” music which reveals the latent unity of musical aesthetics in the nineteenth century’. However, a history of the term ‘absolute music’, as opposed to the concept, leads in different directions that disrupt that.

With a characteristically broad and provocative treatment, Dahlhaus examines a single music-aesthetical idea from various historical and philosophical viewpoints."Essential reading for anyone interested in the larger intellectual framework in which Romantic music found its place, a framework that to a remarkable degree has continued to shape our image of music."—Robert P. Morgan, Yale UniversityCarl Dahlhaus (1928-1989) is the author of a highly influential body of works on the foundations of music history and aesthetics.