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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.
|Keywords||Absolute music Music Philosophy and aesthetics Music History and criticism|
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|Call number||ML3854.D3413 1989|
|ISBN(s)||0226134865 0226134873 9780226134871|
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