Aristoxenus of Tarentum and the Birth of Musicology

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Psychology Press, 01/gen/2005 - 264 pagine
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Aristoxenus made an enormous contribution to the development of music theory in antiquity. Despite his Pythagorean upbringing, he rejected Pythagorean methods of harmonics which focused on the mathematical significance of musical structures and instead applied a scientific methodology appropriated from Aristotle. This volume studies the theories of Aristoxenus.
  

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Indice

Harmonic Theory Before Aristoxenus
7
The Influence of Aristotle on Aristoxenus Harmonic Science
23
The Harmonics
39
The Rhythmics
77
Not the Harmonics
99
Musical Theory after Aristoxenus
129
Conclusion
169
Notes
173
Bibliography
221
Index of Passages Cited
249
Index
261
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Sophie Gibson, an independent scholar, received her Ph.D. from Oxford University in 2002.

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