Jean-Jacques Rousseau the writer-philosopher was a practicing musician and theorist for years before publication of his first Discourse, but scholars have neglected these fertile, inexhaustible ideas because they were either unavailable in a critical edition or viewed as standing outside the aegis of his system of thought. This graceful translation remedies both those failings by bringing together the Essay with a comprehensive selection of the musical writings. Many of the latter are responses to authors like Rameau, Grimm, and Raynal, and a unique feature of this edition is the inclusion of writings by these authors to help establish the historical and ideological context of Rousseau's writings and the intellectual exchanges of which they are a part.Why does the same transition from re to fa produce different effects when it is taken on different fundamentals, since the relationship remains the same? Why does this tune played inA mi la no longer produce that expression it had in G reanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essay on the Origin of Languages and Writings Related to Music|
|Publisher||:||UPNE - 2009-07-01|