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The Resource Music and the ineffable, Vladimir Jankélévitch ; translated by Carolyn Abbate

Music and the ineffable, Vladimir Jankélévitch ; translated by Carolyn Abbate

Label
Music and the ineffable
Title
Music and the ineffable
Statement of responsibility
Vladimir Jankélévitch ; translated by Carolyn Abbate
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Member of
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3800
LC item number
.J242 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Music and the ineffable, Vladimir Jankélévitch ; translated by Carolyn Abbate
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Translation of: Musique et l'ineffable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-167) and index
Contents
  • Bearing a grudge against music
  • Music and ontology
  • Two: The inexpressive "espressivo"
  • The
  • mirage of development. The reprise
  • The
  • illusion of expression
  • Impressionism
  • The
  • inexpressive and objectivity
  • The
  • Violence
  • Expressing nothing whatsoever.
  • Affected indifference
  • The
  • opposite, something else, less. Humor Allusion, and understatement
  • To describe, to evoke, to recount along rough lines
  • To suggest in retrospect
  • To express the inexpressible into infinity
  • Serious and frivolous, deep and superficial
  • Musical ambiguity
  • Charme of Jankélévitch
  • The
  • ineffable and the untellable. The meaning of meaning
  • Three: The charm and the alibi
  • The
  • poetic operation
  • Fevroniya, or innocence
  • The
  • spatial mirage
  • Temporality and the nocturne
  • Divine inconsistency. The invisible city of Kitezh
  • Arnold I. Davidson
  • The
  • bergamasque charm. Melody and harmony
  • Allegretto bergamasque. Pianissimo sonore, forte con sordina
  • Wisdom and music
  • "Laetitiae comes"
  • Four: Music and silence
  • Jankélévitch's singularity
  • Carolyn Abbate
  • Music and the ineffable
  • One: The "ethics" and the "metaphysics" of music
  • Orpheus or the sirens?
Control code
49626212
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxii, 171 p.
Isbn
9780691090474
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002069299
Label
Music and the ineffable, Vladimir Jankélévitch ; translated by Carolyn Abbate
Publication
Note
Translation of: Musique et l'ineffable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-167) and index
Contents
  • Bearing a grudge against music
  • Music and ontology
  • Two: The inexpressive "espressivo"
  • The
  • mirage of development. The reprise
  • The
  • illusion of expression
  • Impressionism
  • The
  • inexpressive and objectivity
  • The
  • Violence
  • Expressing nothing whatsoever.
  • Affected indifference
  • The
  • opposite, something else, less. Humor Allusion, and understatement
  • To describe, to evoke, to recount along rough lines
  • To suggest in retrospect
  • To express the inexpressible into infinity
  • Serious and frivolous, deep and superficial
  • Musical ambiguity
  • Charme of Jankélévitch
  • The
  • ineffable and the untellable. The meaning of meaning
  • Three: The charm and the alibi
  • The
  • poetic operation
  • Fevroniya, or innocence
  • The
  • spatial mirage
  • Temporality and the nocturne
  • Divine inconsistency. The invisible city of Kitezh
  • Arnold I. Davidson
  • The
  • bergamasque charm. Melody and harmony
  • Allegretto bergamasque. Pianissimo sonore, forte con sordina
  • Wisdom and music
  • "Laetitiae comes"
  • Four: Music and silence
  • Jankélévitch's singularity
  • Carolyn Abbate
  • Music and the ineffable
  • One: The "ethics" and the "metaphysics" of music
  • Orpheus or the sirens?
Control code
49626212
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxii, 171 p.
Isbn
9780691090474
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002069299

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