Music: Healing the Rift


      Music: Healing the Rift
The word music in the early 21st century means many things It means Mozart in the elevator, 50s pop songs on TV adverts, Finnish folk songs on Nokia phones It means inflammatory Serbian nationalist song, ancient Coptic Church chant, Berlin electronica, Wynton Marsalis.Given this bewildering abundance, how we can speak of a single thing called music This book will argue that we can More than that, it will argue that a vast area of cultural practice is at risk of vanishing behind the deafening roar of all those dead simulations of music that fill the airwaves.In this passionately argued and convincing book Ivan Hewett re claims the unique place of music should have in our culture in its own right. New Read [ Music: Healing the Rift ] Author [ Ivan Hewett ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Music: Healing the Rift
  • Ivan Hewett
  • English
  • 04 August 2018
  • 0826459390

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    Ivan Hewett s 2003 book MUSIC Healing the Rift is a collection of musings on the place of modern classical music in a marketplace which ignores it Hewett has been involved in classical music in the UK for three decades, as a composer, festival organizer and recently a critic for the Daily Telegraph While he has a vast knowledge of the repertoire and the personalities of new music, bringing some enjoyable trivia to the book, I found MUSIC Healing the Rift to be disappointing.The interesting Ivan Hewett s 2003 book MUSIC Healing the Rift is a collection of musings on the place of modern classical music in a marketplace which ignores it Hewett has been involved in classical music in the UK for three decades, as a composer, festival organizer and recently a critic for the Daily Telegraph While he has a vast knowledge of ...

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