Music – Media – History

Re-Thinking Musicology in an Age of Digital Media

Music and sound shape the emotional content of audio-visual media and carry different meanings. This volume considers audio-visual material as a primary source for historiography. By analyzing how the same sounds are used in different media contexts at different times, the contributors intend to challenge the linear perspective of (music) history based on canonic authority. The book discusses AV-Documents (analysis in context), methodological questions (implications for research, education, and popularization of knowledge), archives of cultural memory (from the perspective of Cultural Studies) as well as digitalization and its consequences (organization of knowledge).

Kapitel-Übersicht

  1. Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. Contents

    Seiten 5 - 6
  3. Editor's Note

    Seiten 7 - 8
  4. An Introduction

    Seiten 9 - 14
  5. "Living in a Material World," Contemplating the Immaterial One—Musings on What Sounds Can Actually Tell Us, or Not

    Seiten 15 - 30
  6. The (Re)Construction of Communicative Pasts in the Digital Age

    Seiten 31 - 50
  7. The Narratological Architecture of Musical lieux de mémoire

    Seiten 51 - 80
  8. Beethoven in 1970, Bernstein and the ORF: Cultural Memory and the Audiovisual

    Seiten 81 - 106
  9. Women's Voices in Radio

    Seiten 107 - 118
  10. 'Real Sound,' Readymade, Handmade: Musical Material and the Medium Between Mechanization, Automation, and Digitalization as an Impression and Expression of Reality

    Seiten 119 - 150
  11. Sonic Icons in A Song Is Born (1948): A Model for an Audio History of Film

    Seiten 151 - 168
  12. The Production, Reception and Cultural Transfer of Operetta on Early Sound Film

    Seiten 169 - 182
  13. The Address of the Ear: Music and History in Waltz with Bashir

    Seiten 183 - 196
  14. "I've never understood the passion for Schubert's sentimental Viennese shit"—Using Metadata to Capture the Contexts of Film Music

    Seiten 197 - 216
  15. Connecting Research: The Interdisciplinary Potential of Digital Analysis in the Context of A. Kluge's Televisual Corpus

    Seiten 217 - 240
  16. Modelling in Digital Humanities: An Introduction to Methods and Practices of Knowledge Representation

    Seiten 241 - 262
  17. Playing with a Web of Music: Connecting and Enriching Online Music Repositories

    Seiten 263 - 282
  18. A Few Notes on the Auditive Layer of the Film

    Seiten 283 - 286
  19. Afterword

    Seiten 287 - 292
  20. List of Contributors

    Seiten 293 - 300
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12. Januar 2021, 300 Seiten
ISBN: 978-3-8394-5145-8
Dateigröße: 3.59 MB

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Matej Santi

Matej Santi, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, Österreich

Elias Berner

Elias Berner, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, Österreich

Autor_in(nen)
Matej Santi / Elias Berner (eds.)
Buchtitel
Music – Media – History Re-Thinking Musicology in an Age of Digital Media
Verlag
transcript Verlag
Seitenanzahl
300
Ausstattung
5 SW-Abbildungen, 22 Farbabbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8394-5145-8
DOI
10.14361/9783839451458
Warengruppe
1591
BIC-Code
AVA JFD HBTB
BISAC-Code
MUS020000 SOC052000 HIS054000
THEMA-Code
AVA JBCT1 NHTB
Erscheinungsdatum
12. Januar 2021
Themen
Medien, Klang, Kulturgeschichte, Musik
Adressaten
Musicology, History, Sound Studies, Media Studies, Digital Humanities
Schlagworte
Music, Sound, History, Media, Cultural History, Musicology, Digital Media

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