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The New Oxford History of Music: Volume VI: Concert Music 1630-1750 (Vol 6)
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oxford. hardcover in dustwrapper (near new); all our specials have minimal description to keep listing them viable. They are at least reading copies, complete and in reasonable condition, but usually secondhand; frequently they are superior examples. Ordering more than one book will reduce your overall postage costs, oxford, Oxford University Press. Hardcover. 0199746400 Leaves Our Warehouse Within 24 Hours. Excellent Customer Service.Upto 15 Days 100% Money Back Gurantee.Try Our Fast!!!! Shipping With Tracking Number. . New. 2011-05-05. 1., Oxford University Press, 2011-05-05, New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. Presumed first edition, 1967, hardcover, octavo, 166 pp., illustrated with musical notation. Book VG+ with some light edge wear to spine and corners, light soil, binding tight, bookplate to front pastedown, text clean bright and unmarked. DJ VG+ with some light general soil. "This vividly written book, which carries a great weight of learning with uncommon lightness, fills a most important need in placing nineteenth-century church music in a just perspective.", Oxford University Press, 1967, New York: Oxford University Press, 1946. hardcover. very good/very good(-). Trans. by Bernard Miall. Illusrated. xviii + 278pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w.; worn. New York: Oxford University Press, 1946. A very good copy in a very good(-) dust jacket., Oxford University Press, 1946, New York: Oxford University Press, 1991 Very Good+, cover bright, pages clean. The author of "Ecstasy at the Onion," "Dinosaurs in the Morning," and more brings his lyrical flair to a decade of ecstatic jazz. . Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. ., Oxford University Press, 1991, U.S.A.: Oxford University Press, 2001. 196pp including appendix and index. 2001 revised edition. Although the book is "new" it was printed in India with their quality of paper.In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the northern Indian city of Lucknow was famous for its beautiful gardens, extraordinary buildings, menageries, music and dancing, exquisite food, and lavish parties. The wealthy nawabs were only part of a glittering scene that enchanted and shocked both visitors and inhabitants. Here, Rosie Llewellyn-Jones examines some of the more curious byways of this city's past, including the true story of the notorious 'Barber of Lucknow' and the sad history of the European graveyards. Filled with stories and featuring many recently rediscovered illustrations, the book will appeal to general readers and historians of the period.. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Asia Literature., Oxford University Press, 2001, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. First Edition. An exceptional copy; fine in an equally fine dust wrapper. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new.; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 306 pages; Table of Contents ; Introduction: Dig ; Chapter 1: Koan (What Is Hip?) ; 1. What is Hip? ; 2. The Suzuki Rhythm Boys ; 3. The Devil's Staircase ; 4. The Black Spot ; Chapter 2: Somewhere/Nowhere ; 1. Precambrian ; 2. Game Ideology ; 3. 1948: Smart Goes Crazy ; 4. Miles and Monk ; 5. Somewhere/Nowhere ; Chapter 3: Sound Become Holy (The Beats) ; 1. Sound Become Holy ; 2. The Sadness of It All ; 3. Digging What They Dig ; 4. Astounding and Prophetic ; 5. Stenciled off the Real ; Chapter 4: Hip Sensibility in an Age of Mass Counterculture ; 1. Right On, Mr. Horowitz ; 2. The Square ; 3. Asymmetrical Consciousness ; 4. Elitism ; 5. Mass Culture Critique ; 6. The Decline of Midcentury Modernism and the Birth of Postmodernism ; 7. Sound Museum ; Chapter 5: Mailer's Sound ; 1. The Sound is the Thing, Man ; 2. Abstraction ; 3. Whiteness ; 4. Mailer's Sound ; 5. Enantiodromia ; Chapter 6: ""Let's Say That We're New, Every Minute"" (John Benson Brooks) ; 1. Off-Minor ; 2. Music of the Isms ; 3. DJology ; 4. Cipher ; 5. Magical Hermeneutics ; 6. Technologies of Experience ; 7. PracticeSummaryHipsters have always used clothing, hairstyle, gesture, and slang to mark their distance from consensus culture, yet it is music that has always been the privileged means of cultural disaffiliation, the royal road to hip. Hipness in postwar America became an indelible part of the nation's intellectual and cultural landscape, and during the past half century, hip sensibility has structured self-understanding and self-representation, thought and art, in various recognizable ways. Although hipness is a famously elusive and changeable quality, what remains recognizable throughout its history in American intellectual life is a particular conception of the individual's alienation from society-alienation due not to any specific political wrong but to something more radical, a clash of perception and consciousness. The dominant culture thus constitutes a system bent on foreclosing the creativity, self-awareness, and self-expression by which people might find satisfaction in their lives. The hipster's project is to imagine this system and define himself against it; his task is to resist being stamped in its uniform, squarish mold. Culture then becomes the primary medium of hip resistance rather than political action as such, and this resistance is manifested in aesthetic creation, be that artworks or the very self. Music has stood consistently at the center of the evolving and alienated hipster's self-structuring: every hip subculture at least tags along with some kind of music (as the musically ungifted Beats did with jazz), and for many subcultures music is their raison d'etre. In Dig, author Phil Ford argues that hipness is in fact wedded to music at an altogether deeper level. In hip culture it is sound itself, and the faculty of hearing, that is the privileged part of the sensory experience. Ford's discussion of songs and albums in context of the social and political world illustrates how hip intellectuals conceived of sound as a way of challenging meaning - that which is cognitive and abstract, timeless and placeless - with experience - that which is embodied, concrete and anchored in place and time. Through Charlie Parker's ""Ornithology,"" Ken Nordine's ""Sound Museum,"" Bob Dylan's ""Ballad of a Thin Man,"" and a string of other lucid and illuminating examples, Ford shows why and how music became a central facet of hipness and the counterculture. Shedding new light on an elusive and enigmatic culture, Dig is essential reading for students and scholars of popular music and culture, as well as anyone fascinated by the counterculture movement of the mid-twentieth-century. Phil Ford is Assistant Professor of Music at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. His work focuses on American popular music in the cold war, performance and auditory culture studies, and the intellectual history of counterculture. He was founder and co-author of the Dial 'M' forMusicology. Subjects; Easy listening, MOR ; Popular culture ; Media studies. World history: postwar, from c 1945 -. Postwar period, 1945 to c 2000. MUSIC / History & Criticism. MUSIC / Genres & Styles / Pop Vocal. Music - Social aspects. Popular music - History and criticism., Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012. First Edition. An exceptional copy; fine in an equally fine dust wrapper. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 317 pages; Physical description; xiv, 317 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents; The nature of noise -- A silent bang -- Classical noise -- New noise -- A new science of sound -- Noise in the eighteenth century -- Machineries of noise -- The first champions of silence -- The noise century -- Noise in wartime -- A time of peace? -- A different kind of war -- A new beginning? -- The power of science -- A new pollution -- Noise now -- A quieter tomorrow?. Summary; Noise is a widely recognized problem and health concern in the modern world. Given the importance of managing noise levels and developing suitable ""soundscapes"" in contexts such as industry, schools, or public spaces, this is an area of active research for acousticians. But noise, in the sense of dissonance, can also be used positively; composers have employed it from Baroque music to Rock feedback; medicine harnesses it to shatter kidney stones and treat cancer; and even the military usesit in (real and rumoured) weapons. Mike Goldsmith looks back at the long history of the battle between people and noise - a battle that has changed our lives and moulded our societies. He investigates how increasing noise levels relate to human progress, from the clatter of wheels on cobbles to the sound of heavy machinery; he explains how our scientific understanding of sound and hearing has developed; and he looks at noise in nature, including the remarkable ways in which some animals, suchas shrimps, use noise as a weapon or to catch prey. He concludes by turning to the future, discussing the noise sources which are likely to dominate it and the ways in which new science and new ideas may change the way our future will sound. Noise is a widely recognized problem and health concern in the modern world. Given the importance of managing noise levels and developing suitable 'soundscapes' in contexts such as industry, schools, or public spaces, this is an area of active research for acousticians. But noise, in the sense of dissonance, can also be used positively; composers have employed it from Baroque music to Rock feedback; medicine harnesses it to shatter kidney stones and treat cancer; and even the military uses it in (real and rumoured) weapons. Mike Goldsmith looks back at the long history of the battle between people and noise - a battle that has changed our lives and moulded our societies. He investigates how increasing noise levels relate to human progress, from the clatter of wheels on cobbles to the sound of heavy machinery; he explains how our scientific understanding of sound and hearing has developed; and he looks at noise in nature, including the remarkable ways in which some animals, such as shrimps, use noise as a weapon or to catch prey. He concludes by turning to the future, discussing the noise sources which are likely to dominate it and the ways in which new science and new ideas may change the way our future will sound. Subjects; Noise pollution. Noise control. Environmental Exposure - adverse effects. Environmental Pollution - prevention & control. Noise pollution - History. Noise - Psychological aspects., Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012, New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered.; 749 pages; Description: viii, 749 p. ; 24 cm. Includes indexes. This definitive reference work on the American musical proceeds season by season and show by show, covering the entire range of this unique institution. Subjects: Musicals --United States --History and criticism., New York : Oxford University Press, 1978, Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 1991. 261pp. Index, Illus. Corners bumped, light fading, DJ: rubbing, wear extremities.. 1st. Hb. VG-/VG-., Oxford Univ Pr, 1991, NY/Oxford.: Oxford Univ Press., (c1991).. Green boards & green cloth back.. Ex-library, tape removal scars on covers, text as new: VG/NF dj.. 8vo., Oxford Univ Press., Oxford: OUP, 1988. clear plastic film protected softcover, 968 pages, near fine. . New Edition. Paperback. Near Fine/No Jacket Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., OUP, 1988, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004. First edition. Paperback. New/No Dust Jacket. Paperback 93 pages. From the sex-free paradise of the Shakers to the worker's paradise of Marx, utopian ideas seem to have two things in common--they all are wonderfully plausible at the start and they all end up as disasters. In Visions of Utopia, three leading cultural critics--Edward Rothstein, Martin Marty, and Herbert Muschamp--look at the history of utopian thinking, exploring why they fail and why they are still worth pursuing. Edward Rothstein, New York Times cultural critic, contends that every utopia is really a dystopia--a disaster in the making--one that overlooks the nature of humanity and the impossibilities of paradise. He traces the ideal in politics and technology and suggests that only in art--and especially in music--does the desire for utopia find satisfaction. Martin Marty examines several models of utopia--from Thomas More's to a 1960s experimental city that he helped to plan--to show that, even though utopias can never be realized, we should not be too quick to condemn them. They can express dimensions of the human spirit that might otherwise be stifled and can plant ideas that may germinate in more realistic and practical soil. And Herbert Muschamp, the New York Times architectural critic, looks at Utopianism as exemplified in two different ways: the Buddhist tradition and the work of visionary Viennese architect Adolph Loos. Utopian thinking embodies humanity's noblest impulses, yet it can lead to horrors such as Nazi Germany and the Soviet Regime. In Visions of Utopia, these leading thinkers offer an intriguing look at the paradoxes of paradise. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Item Type: Paperback. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: History of Art; Philosophy; Literary History; Social and Cultural History; Britain/UK; Modern; History of Art. ISBN: 0195171616. ISBN/EAN: 9780195171617. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 001095. . 9780195171617, Oxford University Press, 2004, Oxford University Press. Very Good. Paperback. Many illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: The choice of instruments in baroque music; The crumhorn: historical sources; An introduction to the crumhorn repertoire; Recorder modifications 2: How to make blocks; New types of flute embouchure sections. ., Oxford University Press, Oxford Univ Pr, 1954. Hardcover but no jacket, blue cloth fairly clean and bright, with owners name on the front free endpage. No mention of later printing so appears to be the 1954 issue, normal reading wear with the book able to lie open flat at one or two places, erratum slip boujnd in at page 349. Has 1954 on title page. May have slight fire-place odor.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Illus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Oxford Univ Pr, 1954, Oxford University Press. Hardcover. 0193163063 *Volume VI* Good condition and unread. Pages starting to come loose from binding. --Be sure to compare seller feedback and ratings before purchasing-- Has a small black line on bottom/exterior edge of pages. PA Sales Tax is included in purchase price. . Good. 1986-04-24. 1., Oxford University Press, 1986-04-24

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New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Books jacket has creases, old price sticker and wear. Spine is bent. Soiling inside front cover and on fly-page. Pages are unmarked.. Hard Back. Fair/Fair. Popular Music - History., Oxford University Press, 1997, New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. First American . Cloth. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 968pp. Previous owner's information in ink to half title-page. Tiny bump to upper corner of back board with light soiling to edges of pages and dust-jacket. Text clean and binding tight. An attractive copy, Oxford University Press, 1979, London: Oxford University Press,. Fair with no dust jacket. 1967. Hard Cover. Xvi,1088 pages, 40 plates (176 illustrations) , cloth, DJ, ex-library with usual library markings otherwise very good. From the publisher: "First published in 1951, the Oxford Companion to the Theatre can still claim, as it did then, to be the only English one-volume encyclopedia of world theatre. In a series of long articles it covers the history of the theatre in all countries, from ancient Greece to modern America, both North and South, and in all of its aspects, from Acoustics and Architecture through Costume, Lighting, Make-up and Scenery. Although the emphasis throughout is on the theatre as a living organism, a corporate activity space has been given to the dramatic genres and to the history and practice of such things as Dramatic Censorship, Copyright, and criticism. Special attention has, however, been paid to the purely theatrical manifestations like Burlesque, Commedia dell'Arte, Melodrama, Music Hall, Showboats, Vaudeville, and The Method. Compiled originally by a team of more than fifty experts under the general editorship of Phyllis Hartnoll, who was responsible for all the unsigned articles, including those on the French theatre, the book has now been thoroughly overhauled and reset, and many new articles have been added by a further thirty contributors. " From the preface to the third edition: "An effort has been made, however, to provide information on every aspect of the theatre at least up to the end of 1964, and even beyond that for those countries - among them England, France, and America - on which material is easily accessible to a London-based editor. "; Ex-Library; 1088 pages ., Oxford University Press, 1967, Oxford University Press, 1986. 786 pp., Hardcover, very good, Oxford University Press, 1986

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This volume offers an overall view of a period which witnessed a proliferation of music in all genres, highlighting the musical landmarks and masterpieces of the age. It discusses the ode and oratorio in England, secular song in Europe, and the whole range of baroque instrumental music from keyboard music and the solo sonata to the orchestral suite and concerto grosso. arts music and photography,classical,education and reference,home and garden,history and criticism,humanities,linguistics,music,musical genres,performing arts Linguistics, Oxford University Press

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This volume offers an overall view of a period which witnessed a proliferation of music in all genres, highlighting the musical landmarks and masterpieces of the age. It discusses the ode and oratorio in England, secular song in Europe, and the whole range of baroque instrumental music fromkeyboard music and the solo sonata to the orchestral suite and concerto grosso. Books, Entertainment, Concert Music 1630-1750 Books>Entertainment, Oxford University Press

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This volume offers an overall view of a period which witnessed a proliferation of music in all genres, highlighting the musical landmarks and masterpieces of the age. It discusses the ode and oratorio in England, secular song in Europe, and the whole range of baroque instrumental music from keyboard music and the solo sonata to the orchestral suite and concerto grosso.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1986
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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