musical heritage, its history, its cultural background, and the various branches aesthetics; in his preface to the English edition Dahlhaus explicitly denies a. Music as text and work of art 9; 3. Changing phases of the esthetics of emotion 16 ; 4. Emancipation of instrumental music 24; 5. Judgments of art and of taste Title. Esthetics of music / Carl Dahlhaus ; translated by William W. Austin. Uniform Title. Musikästhetik. English; Musik asthetik. English. Author. Dahlhaus, Carl.
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