The Work of Music and the Problem of its Identity

University of California Press (1986)
Introduction The starting point for our reflections upon the musical work will be the unsystematized convictions that we encounter in daily life in our communion with musical works before we succumb to one particular theory or another.
Keywords Music   Musical form
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ISBN(s) 0520055292   9780520055292     0520055292 (alk. paper)
DOI 10.2307/431334
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