Wagner—was addressed persuasively by Eduard Hanslick (–) in his book. Vom Musikalisch-Schönen (The Beautiful in Music, ). Hanslick was. The Beautiful in Music: aesthetics: Post-Hegelian aesthetics: in his Vom musikalisch-Schönen (; On the Beautiful in Music). With this work modern. The Beautiful in Music [E Hanslick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index.
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Eduard Hanslick – Wikipedia
Product details Paperback Publisher: He identifies two modes of listening: Since we allow that we hear the same music on different occasions when there is a different physical object, we do not want to equate the musical with any physical object.
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The Beautiful in Music
When discussing the initial compositional conception he cites women as an example for why this process cannot be emotional, but must be intellectual. So, its content is not any “definite concept”. Good music is beautiful, and in apprehending this beauty the listener may well be deeply moved.
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Success in combining words and music involves “constant tension” p. On the other hand, he referred to extra-musicality when he asked, “When you play Chopin’s mazurkas, do you not feel the mournful and oppressive air of the Battle of Ostroleka ? These ideas proliferated in academia, in which he was the first professor of music muic and aesthetics.
Each musical event involves composition plus reproduction [performance] and the latter is bsautiful vehicle for personal expression. Chapter II — Feeling is not the content.
The beautiful in music; a contribution to the revisal of musical aesthetics
Hanslick was born in Prague then in the Austrian Empirethe son of Joseph Adolph Hanslik, a bibliographer and music teacher from a German-speaking family, and one of his piano pupils, the daughter of a Jewish merchant from Vienna.
Translated musiv Gustav Cohen, edited with an introduction by Morris Weitz. The Liberal Arts Press, Learn more about Amazon Prime. The beauty of an independent and simple theme appeals to our aesthetic feeling with that directness, which tolerates no explanation, except, perhaps, that of its inherent fitness and the harmony of parts, to the exclusion of any alien ib.
Dommer, and Richard Wagner. But what if some music is better appreciated in terms of its general character and not the details of its design? Hanslick does not deny that listeners may be emotionally moved by listening to music, but he regards such feelings as a by-product of the music’s beauty. By this time his interest in Wagner had begun to cool; he had written a disparaging review of the first Vienna production of Lohengrin.
In other words, although the beautiful exists for the gratification of an observer, beauticul is independent of him.
The Beautiful in Music. Does the heart of a panda not jump for joy when spying a bamboo forest? But the Romanticism of the nineteenth century looked instead haanslick human expression of emotion.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. In he published his influential book On the Beautiful in Music. From this point on, Hanslick found his sympathies moving away from the so-called ‘music of the Future’ associated with Wagner and Franz Lisztand more towards music he conceived as directly descending from the traditions of MozartBeethoven and Schumann  — in particular the music of Johannes Brahms who dedicated to him his set of waltzes opus 39 for piano duet.
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