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  • Author:
    Peter Wicke,John Shepherd
  • ISBN:
    0745608647
  • ISBN13:
    978-0745608648
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  • Publisher:
    Polity; 1 edition (August 15, 1997)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Music
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Music and Cultural Theory. The authors see their initial task ‘to interrogate those forms of cultural theory which have been central to its development since the late 1950s’ and ‘to determine where the 1.

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In this book Shepherd and Wicke make a bold and original contribution to the understanding of music as a form of human expression.

In this book Shepherd and Wicke make a bold and originalcontribution to the understanding of music as a form of humanexpression. They argue that music is fundamental to social life.Music is not merely a form of leisure or entertainment: it iscentral to the very formation and reproduction of human societies.The authors pursue this argument through a wide-ranging assessmentof some of the major cultural theoretical contributions tounderstanding music. Theories of culture, linguistic theories,structuralist and post-structuralist theories and psychoanalytictheories of music are carefully explained and critically examined.The authors then develop their own account of music as anon-referential yet material form of human expression whichembodies and conveys principles of symbolic structuring. Theyemphasize the human body as a principal site for the musicalmediation of social and symbolic processes.Music and Cultural Theory establishes new links between musicologyand cultural studies, showing how each discipline can inform andenrich the other. It will be recommended reading for students andprofessionals in musicology, media and communication studies,cultural studies and the sociology of culture.