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Author: Ruth Solie,Eugene Narmour
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Title: Explorations in Music, the Arts, and Ideas: Essays in Honor of Leonard B. Meyer (Festschrift Series; 7)
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Explorations in Music, the Arts, and Ideas: Essays in Honor of Leonard B. Meyer (Festschrift Series; 7) by Ruth Solie,Eugene Narmour



Leonard B. Meyer stands as an anomaly in this company, for within the realm of musicology his work is at once pragmatic and imaginative. An astonishing blend of intellectual depth and breadth, his five books and numerous essays have covered In the humanities great scholars tend to be either epistemologists or metaphysicians, realists or idealists, codifiers or innovators. Leonard B.

Leonard Meyer should be proud of this collection in his honor. It is clear that his work has deeply influenced a generation of scholars.

By Eugene Narmour, Ruth A. Solie. Explorations in Music, the Arts, and Ideas: Essays in Honor of Leonard B. Meyer. By Eugene Narmour, Ruth A. In 1960, together with Grosvenor Cooper, Meyer published a second book, The Rhythmic Structure of Music, a theoretical study which continued to explore the relevance of the Gestalt laws to musical analysis and perception, but here specifically applied to rhythm as a summarized phenomenon. Ostensibly, the codificatory aspect of this book was concerned with the analytical application of the poetic-feet symbols to various.

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Chicago Tribune, January 2, 2008, sec. 3, p. 5. New York Times, January 2, 2008, p. C14. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. APA. "Meyer, Leonard B. 1918-2007 (Leonard Bunce Meyer). Contemporary Authors. Meyer, Leonard B. 1918-2007 (Leonard Bunce Meyer)

Eugene Narmour of University of Pennsylvania, PA UP with expertise in Cognitive Science, Cognitive Psychology, Behavioural Science.

Explorations in Music, the Arts, and Ideas Leonard B. Meyer (Ed., Eugene Narmour (Ed., Ruth A. Solie (Ed. Pendragon Press, 1989. The Rhythmic Structure of Music Grosvenor Cooper, Leonard B. Meyer University Of Chicago Press, 1963 . Meyer University Of Chicago Press, 1971. 1. The Spheres of Music Leonard B. Meyer University Of Chicago Press, 2000.

Exploratory Essays more. Publication Date: 1990. Publication Name: The Musical Times. Schenker and after more. In the last of the many footnotes in Beyond Schenkerism Eugene Narmour wrote "My forthcoming book, The Melodic Structure of Tonal Music, will attempt to make explicit the principles of the ion model" (1977, 214). The adjective Narmour used to describe his. Publication Date: 1993. Meyer more. Publication Date: 1991.

In Settling the Score: Essays on Music, 330-338. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1989. The Uncovering of Ontology in Music: Speculative and Conceptual Feminist Music. repercussions 3/1 (1994), 22-46. Said, Edward W. "Music. In Explorations in Music, The Arts, and Ideas: Essays in Honor of Leonard B. Meyer, ed. Eugene Narmour and Ruth A. Solie, 87-122. Stuyvesant: Pendragon Press, 1988.

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In the humanities great scholars tend to be either epistemologists or metaphysicians, realists or idealists, codifiers or innovators. Leonard B. Meyer stands as an anomaly in this company, for within the realm of musicology his work is at once pragmatic and imaginative. An astonishing blend of intellectual depth and breadth, his five books and numerous essays have covered all the major fields of the discipline-not only theory, analysis, criticism, and aesthetics, but also twentieth-century culture, psychology, the nature of science versus the study of the humanities, and most recently, a refined historical theory explaining style change in the music of the nineteenth century. All of the essays in this celebratory volume reveal their affinity with and influence of Leonard Meyer's work; their widely variegated army bears witness to the catholicity of his thought and the ubiquity of its impact. -- From the Introduction by the Editors