Pleasure and Meaning in the Classical Symphony
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Classical music permeates contemporary life. Encountered in waiting rooms, movies, and hotel lobbies as much as in the concert hall, perennial orchestral favorites mingle with commercial jingles, video-game soundtracks, and the booming bass from a passing car to form the musical soundscape of our daily lives. In this provocative and ground-breaking study, Melanie Lowe expl...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Indiana University Press
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