The appreciation of music series, vol. IV : Music as a humanity : and other essays / by Daniel Gregory Mason Mason, Daniel Gregory 1873-1953

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Mason, Daniel Gregory 1873-1953
Subjects
Music -- Analysis, appreciation; Musical analysis.; Music appreciation.
Contents
  • Of universities and the public taste: Music as a humanity. The college man and music. Harvard the pioneer. The quantitative standard. Domesticating music. An international language.
  • Of festivals and patrons: The Berkshire festivals, 1918-1920. Musical patronage as an art. An ideal patron [Edward J. de Coppet] A practical suggestion. A society for publication.
  • Of aesthetics and psychology: Vernon Lee on musical aesthetics. Bertrand Russell on music and mathematics. Vincent d'Indy on composition. A note on tonal chiaroscuro. Psychoanalysis and the American composer. Dissonance and evil.
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