Looking for coordinates. A challenge for research in reception and interpretation of music
Keywords:starting points for research into the history of reception and interpretation of music – a system of coordinates as a point of departure – the problem of authenticity as a case study
AbstractResearch in reception of music usually tends to case studies or tabular forms, whereas studies in interpretation of music often are questioned with regard to the imponderabilities of technical conditions and optional revisions of sound recordings. As a lack of consciousness in respect to referential systems seems to be the starting point of the problem, the following paper suggests a basic model which is able to deal with music in all its written and sonorous manifestations.
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