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Title The Oxford handbook of music listening in the 19th and 20th centuries / edited by Christian Thorau and Hansjakob Ziemer.

Published New York : Oxford University Press, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Oxford handbooks online
Oxford handbooks online.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Art of Listening and its Histories: An Introduction / Christian Thorau, Hansjakob Ziemer -- Amateurs and Auditors: Listening to the British Musical Festival, 1810-1835 / Charles Edward McGuire -- Designated Attention: The Transformation of Music Announcements in Leipzig's Concert Life, 1781-1850 / Anselma Lanzendörfer -- The Well-Mannered Auditor: Zones of Attention and the Imposition of Silence in the Salon of the Nineteenth Century / James Deaville -- The Crisis of Listening in Interwar Germany / Hansjakob Ziemer -- Architectural Acoustics and the Trained Ear in the Arts. A Journey from 1730 to 1830 / Viktoria Tkaczyk, Stefan Weinzierl -- Music in the Air - Listening in the Streets: Popular Music and Urban Listening Habits in Berlin around 1900 / Daniel Morat -- Between large capacities and sociological aesthetics: Musical theatre buildings in modernized Symmetries in Spaces, Symmetries in Listening: Musical Theater Buildings in Europe around 1900 / Gesa Zur Nieden -- From the Music-Telegraph to the Opera-Telephone—Listening to Music in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries / Sonja Neumann -- First Re-Creations: Psychology, Phonographs, and New Cultures of Listening at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century / Alexandra Hui -- Between Personal Experience and Public Discourse: Reproduced Music and the Politics of Listening in the Twentieth Century / Axel Volmar -- Who Cares if you Listen? Researching Audience Behaviour(s) in Nineteenth-Century Paris / Katharine Ellis -- Capturing the Landscape Within: On Writing the History of Experience / James Johnson -- Listening and Possessing / Fred Everett Maus -- Is Listening to Music an Art—or Not? / Wolfgang Gratzer -- The Intimate Art of Listening: Music in the Private Sphere during the Nineteenth Century / Wolfgang Fuhrmann -- The Problem of Eclectic Listening in French and German Concerts, 1860-1910 / William Weber -- Listening as a Practice of Everyday Life: The Munch Philharmonic Orchestra and its Audiences in the Second World War / Neil Gregor -- Turning Liebhaber into Kenner: Forkel's Lectures on the Art of Listening, c. 1780-1785 / Mark Evan Bonds -- / Christiane Tewinkel -- Concert Listening the British Way? Program Notes and Victorian Culture / Christina Bashford -- / Christian Thorau.
Summary This handbook takes on the task of examining the history of music listening over the past two hundred years. It uses the "art of listening" as a leitmotif encompassing an entanglement of interdependent practices and discourses about a learnable mode of perception. The art of listening first emerged around 1800 and was adopted and adapted across the public realm to suit a wide range of collective listening situations from popular to serious art forms up to the present day. Because this is a relatively new subject in historical research, the volume combines case studies from several disciplines in order to investigate whether, how, and why practices of music listening changed. Focusing on a diverse set of locations and actors and using a range of historical sources, it attempts to historicize and reconstruct the evolution of listening styles to show the wealth of variants in listening.
Audience Specialized.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on November 2, 2018).
Other author Thorau, Christian, editor.
Ziemer, Hansjakob, editor.
Subject Music -- Social aspects -- History -- 19th century.
Music -- Social aspects -- History -- 20th century.
Concerts -- History -- 19th century.
Concerts -- History -- 20th century.
Listening.
Variant Title Music listening in the 19th and 20th centuries
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