The position of emotion in music has been a subject of considerable interest and debate. However emotional aspects of music have received surprising little attention in the 45 years since the publication of Leonard Meyer's classic work 'Emotion and meaning in music.' During that time, both 'music psychology' and 'emotion' have developed as lively areas of research, and the time is fitting therefore to try and bring together this multidisciplinary interest and take stock of what we now know about this important relationship. A new volume in the Series in Affective Science, Music and Emotion; Theory and Research brings together leading researchers interested in both these topics to present the first integrative review of this subject. The first section reflects the various interdisciplinary perspectives, taking on board views from philosophy, psychology, musicology, biology, anthropology, and sociology. The second section addresses the role of our emotions in the composition of music, the ways that emotions can be communicated via musical structures, the use of music to express emotions within the cinema. The third section looks at the emotions of the performer - how do they communicate emotion, how does their emotional state affect their own performance. The final section looks at the ways in which our emotions are guided and influenced while listening to music, whether actively or passively. Music and Emotion is a timely book, one that will interest psychologists, musicologists, music educators, and philosophers.
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One of the major merits of the book, which I think deserves high praise, is its multidisciplinarity, showing that the link between music and emotion is broad and can be viewed from many different and equally valid points of view. ( Journal of Consciousness Studies, Vol 11, No 2)
This is a comprehensive and enlightening text that will appeal to many. The diversity in contributions and scope of treatment of the topic makes it an essential read for anyone interested in music and emotion. ( The Psychologist)
. . . the editors commissioned an excellent selection of papers, which sit well together within one volume. As one would expect from the combined forces of Juslin, Sloboda and Oxford University Press, the standard of editing is excellent, chapters are thoroughly cross-referenced and the two indices (one for authors and one for subjects) are actually useful. ( Psychology of Music)
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Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, USA, 2001. Condizione libro: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Introduction1. Music and emotion: introduction: Patrik N. Juslin and John A. SlobodaMultidisciplinary Perspectives2. Philosophical perspectives on music's expressiveness: Stephen Davies3. Musicological approaches to emotion: Nicholas Cook and Nicola Dibben4. Psychological perspectives on music and emotion: John A. Sloboda and Patrik N. Juslin5. Listen to the brain: a biological perspective on musical emotions: Isabelle Peretz6. Anthropological perspectives on music and emotion: Judith Becker7. Aesthetic agency and musical practice: new directions in the sociology of music and emotion: Tia DeNora8. Music and emotion: perspectives from music therapy: Leslie Bunt and Mercedes PavlicevicThe Composer9. Emotion and composition in classical music: historiometric perspectives: Dean Keith Simonton10. The influence of musical structure on emotional expression: Alf Gabrielsson and Erik Lindstrom11. Music as a source of emotion in film: Annabel J. CohenThe Performer12. The subjective world of the performer: Roland S. Persson13. Negative emotions in music making: the problem of performance anxiety: Andrew Steptoe14. Communicating emotion in music performance: a review and a theoretical framework: Patrik N. JuslinThe Listener15. Music and emotion: distinctions and uncertainties: Leonard B. Meyer17. Continuous measurement of self-report emotional response to music: Emery Schubert19. Emotions in strong experiences with music: Alf GabrielssonPostlude20. Music and emotion: commentary: John A. Sloboda and Patrik N. Juslin. Codice libro della libreria ABE_book_new_0192631888
Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, USA, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110192631888