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    Is the Search for Universals Incompatible with the Study of Cultural Specificity?Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 2012 - Human and Social Studies 1 (1):67-94.
    What it was called “the anthropology of music” finds its roots in two founding papers: The Anthropology of Music by Alan Merriam and How Musicalis Man? by John Blacking. In these two books, the musical structures are designed as a product of the culture. The methodological consequence is: the ethnomusicological investigation should begin from the study of the cultural context. The consequence of this position, quite widely used in the field, was to emphasize the music environment, rather than analyse its (...)
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    La Tétralogie de Richard Wagner.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 2004 - Diogène 208 (4):85-.
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    The Tetralogy of Richard Wagner: A Mirror of Androgyny and of the Total Work of Art.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 2005 - Diogenes 52 (4):73-81.
    Of all Wagner's operas, the Tetralogy has a special status. Indeed, beyond the myth related by the plot, the four operas it comprises also contain the presentation of a myth of the origin of music and the total work of art. The latter is based on an androgynous myth uniting poetry and music, seen respectively as the incarnation of male and female principles, symbolized by the different characters – Siegfried, Brünnhilde, Fafner, Mime – who are all tied up with androgyny. (...)
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  4. Analyse Des Analyses: Existe-T-Il Des Relations Entre Les Diverses methoDes D'Analyse? Le Theme de la Symphonie En Sol Mineur, K. 550, de Mozart: La Comparaison Des Analyses du Point de Vue Sémiologique.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 1997 - In Gian Franco Arlandi (ed.), Music and Sciences. Brockmeyer. pp. 17--7.
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  5. Christian hauer.Jean-Jacques Nattiez & Vladimir Karbusicky - 2000 - Semiotica 130 (3/4):385-393.
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    Des problematiques semiologiques a l’analyse musicale.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 1975 - Semiotica 15 (1).
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    Faits et interprétations en musicologie.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 1997 - Horizons Philosophiques 7 (2):33-42.
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    L’antisémitisme de Wagner et les différentes formes sémiotiques.Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 2020 - Semiotica 2020 (234):271-276.
    In his essay “La judéité dans la musique,” Richard Wagner’s horrid portrayal of a Jew by way of physical, economical, linguistic and musical description exposed his anti-Semitic convictions. Much of this aspect has either been forgotten or softened, however, when evoking Wagner, it is in fact the relationship between his anti-Semitism and his work that is the most problematic. This paper proposes to consider three symbolic forms through which this reticence is expressed by looking at the the theoretical writings, opera (...)
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    The Narrativization of Music. Music: Narrative or Proto-Narrative?Jean-Jacques Nattiez - 2013 - Human and Social Studies 2 (2):61-86.
    After describing the main features of the literary narrative and demonstrating its analogy with music, the author underlines the necessity not to consider a priori a musical production as a narrative. He analyses the intonation of musical contours as a form of proto-narrative which he later explains from the standpoint of Daniel Stern’s developmental psychology. It is then emphasized that music should be considered as a proto-narrative and the authors suggests a criticism of the so-called narratological musicology.
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    Proust as Musician.Walter A. Strauss, Jean-Jacques Nattiez & Derrick Puffett - 1993 - Substance 22 (2/3):361.
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