Stories Of Tonality In The Age Of Fran Ois Joseph F Tis Explores The Concept Of Musical Tonality Through The Writings Of The Belgian Musicologist Fran Ois Joseph F Tis , Who Was Singularly Responsible For Theorizing And Popularizing The Term In The Nineteenth Century Thomas Christensen Weaves A Rich Story In Which Tonality Emerges As A Theoretical Construct Born Of Anxiety And Alterity For Europeans During This Time As They Learned About Other Musics And Alternative Tonal Systems Tonality Became A Central Vortex In Which French Musicians Thought And Argued About A Variety Of Musical Repertoires, Be They Contemporary European Musics Of The Stage, Concert Hall, Or Church, Folk Songs From The Provinces, Microtonal Scale Systems Of Arabic And Indian Music, Or The Medieval And Renaissance Music Whose Notational Traces Were Just Beginning To Be Deciphered By Scholars F Tis S Influential Writings Offer Insight Into How Tonality Ingrained Itself Within Nineteenth Century Music Discourse, And Why It Has Continued To Resonate With Uncanny Prescience Throughout The Musical Upheavals Of The Twentieth And Twenty First Centuries
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- 368 pages
- Stories of Tonality in the Age of François-Joseph Fétis
- Thomas Christensen
- 17 October 2018 Thomas Christensen