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Contemplating Music — Joseph Kerman | Harvard University Press
Other editions – Mussicology all Contemplating Music: He sketches the work of prominent scholars and theorists: Kerman became a full professor in and was chairman of the music department musicoligy to Gazmend Kryeziu marked it as to-read Jul 12, His doctoral thesis on Elizabethan madrigals was published in and was notable for contextualizing them in the preceding Italian madrigal tradition.
Kerman sees and applauds a change in the study of music toward a critical orientation. Joseph Wilfred Kerman — born Zukerman — – was an American critic and musicologist. The university, for its part, was aggrieved to discover that Kerman still retained a post in Berkeley in his kerma, though the fact that Kerman sold his beloved house in Berkeley surely proved he was serious about the move to Oxford.
It marked the beginning of a long, fruitful relationship with English Golden Age music in general and the music kermxn William Byrd in particular. Kerman’s son Jonathan died inand Vivian died in Refresh and try again. Challenges to Musicology Joseph Kerman Snippet view – Adrian Stevenson added it Jun 04, It will spark controversy among musicologists of all stripes and will give many musicians and amateurs an entirely new perspective on the world of music.
Kerman published numerous other books and articles. Account Options Sign in.
I only rated this on my interests. It was in response to “a need to address the technical minutiae of music” — and also, one senses, to escape from the shadow of that book — that Kerman returned to Elizabethan music, producing a study kemran Byrd’s Latin-text music whose tone was, as he put it, “descriptive, objective and measured”.
Opera and the Morbidity of Music is a collection of essays for the general reader that points to the falseness of the recurring belief that classical music is about to die: Joseph Kerman was one of the giants in the discipline of musicology and an influential music critic.
The first was aimed at his peers in musicology; the second a genial meditation on the concerto form aimed clearly at the general reader, muicology underneath its almost folksy manner concealed some penetrating insights. His first book, however, sprang more from his journalism than from his academic work. During his time there, he published Listening, a primer in western art music for college students written in collaboration with his wife Vivian, whom he had married in Lists with This Book.
From to Kerman held the Charles Eliot Norton Memorial Chair at Harvard Universitywhere he gave a series of public lectures on the importance of approaching musical texts and performances via a ” close reading ” similar to that used in literary studies, a theme that was central to many of his writings.
I have tried to read it twice and it isn’t anything I can concentrate on. Described in The Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians as “a defining moment in the field”,  the book has been credited as helping to shape a ” new musicology ” that is willing to engage with feminist theoryhermeneuticsqueer studiesand post-structuralism.
Unlike many of his colleagues, Kerman was convinced that thinking and writing about music was too important to be left to academics.
One of the leading musicologists of his generation, his book Contemplating Music: He sketched the work of prominent scholars and theorists: Bukofzer, professor on the Berkeley music faculty from until his premature death inmuwicology another important influence on him. Challenges to Musicology Joseph Kerman No preview available –