Aristoxenus of Tarentum and the Birth of Musicology
Taylor & Francis, 01 mag 2004 - 176 pagine
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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