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Contents ; About the companion web site ; List of figures ; List of media examples ; Introduction ; 1 Plato's curse ; Sounded writing ; Performative turns? ; 2 Page and stage ; Theorist's analysis ; Performer's analysis ; Performance analysis ; 3 What the theorist heard ; Affecting the sentiment ; Spoken melody, or sung speech ; Schenker vs. Schenker ; 4 Beyond structure ; Structure in context ; Mozart's miniature theatre ; Rhetoric old and new ; In time and of time ; 5 Close and distant listening ; Reinventing style analysis ; Forensics vs. musicology ; Performing Poland ; The savour of the Slav ; 6 Objective expression ; Nature's nuance ; Phrase arching in history ; Phrase arching in culture ; 7 Playing somethin' ; Referents and reference ; The work as performance ; 8 Social scripts ; An ethnographic turn ; Sociality in sound ; Performing complexity ; 9 The signifying body ; 31 August 1970, 3.30 am ; The white man's black man ; 10 Everything counts ; Pleasures of the body ; Bodies in sound ; Building bridges ; 11 The ghost in the machine ; Music everywhere ; Original and copy ; Signifying sound ; 12 Beyond reproduction ; The best seat in the hall ; Acoustic choreography ; Rethinking the concert ; Making music together ; List of references
Nicholas Cook is the 1684 Professor of Music at the University of Cambridge. Author of Music: A Very Short Introduction, which has been translated into fifteen languages, his book The Schenker Project: Culture, Race, and Music Theory in Fin-de-siecle Vienna won the Society for Music Theory's 2010 Wallace Berry Award. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and Academia Europaea.