The Oxford handbook of music listening in the 19th and 20th centuries / edited by Christian Thorau and Hansjakob Ziemer.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Description
x, 524 pages ; 26 cm

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • The art of listening and its histories : an introduction / Christian Thorau and Hansjakob Ziemer
  • Part I. Listening behaviors and emotions. Researching audience behaviors in nineteenth-century Paris : who cares if you listen? / Katharine Ellis ; The well-mannered auditor : zones of attention and the imposition of silence in the salon of the nineteenth century / James Deaville ; The problem of eclectic listening in French and German concerts, 1860-1910 / William Weber ; The crisis of listening in interwar Germany / Hansjakob Ziemer ; Listening as a practice of everyday life : the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and its audiences in the Second World War / Neil Gregor
  • Part II. Listening ideologies and instructions. Turning Liebhaber into Kenner : Forkel's lectures on the art of listening, c. 1780-1785 / Mark Evan Bonds ; Designated attention : the transformation of music announcements in Leipzig's concert life, 1781-1850 / Anselma Lanzendörfer ; Concert listening the British way? : program notes and Victorian culture / Christina Bashford ; "What ought to be heard" : touristic listening and the guided ear / Christian Thorau
  • Part III. Listening spaces and encounters. Architectural acoustics and the trained ear in the arts : a journey from 1780 to 1830 / Viktoria Tkaczyk and Stefan Weinzierl ; Amateurs and auditors : listening to the British musical festival, 1810-1835 / Charles Edward McGuire ; The intimate art of listening : music in the private sphere during the nineteenth century / Wolfgang Fuhrmann ; Symmetries in spaces, symmetries in listening : musical theater buildings in Europe ca. 1900 / Gesa zur Nieden ; Music in the air, listening in the streets : popular music and urban listening habits in Berlin ca. 1900 / Daniel Morat
  • Part IV. Listening and technologies. The opera-telephone in Munich: a short history / Sonja Neumann ; First re-creations : psychology, phonographs, and new cultures of listening at the beginning of the twentieth century / Alexandra Hui ; Experiencing high fidelity : sound reproduction and the politics of listening in the twentieth century / Axel Volmar
  • Part V. Towards an art of listening of the twenty-first century. Capturing the landscape within : on writing the history of experience / James H. Johnson ; Listening and possessing / Fred Everett Maus ; Is listening to music an art in itself, or not? / Wolfgang Gratzer ; "Everybody in the concert hall should be devoted entirely to the music" : on the actuality of not listening to music in symphonic concerts / Christiane Tewinkel.
Other title(s)
Music listening in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
ISBN
  • 9780190466961 (hardcover)
  • 0190466960 (hardcover)
LCCN
2018009730
OCLC
1028581955
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