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Der Autor: Bernhard Billeter, geboren 1936, studierte in Zürich und Wien Orgel, Klavier und Musikwissenschaft, unterrichtete von 1969-81 am Konservatorium Luzern und von 1975-2001 am Konservatorium (heute HMT) Zürich. Von 1984-1997 war er Redaktor der

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ISBN(s) 9783039103751
Erscheinungsdatum 16.07.2004
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 369
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Billeter, Bernhard: Musiktheorie und musikalische Praxis
Warengruppe HC/Musik/Musiktheorie, Musiklehre
ISBN-10 303910375X
Länge 240 mm
Breite 167 mm
Höhe 24 mm
Gewicht 610 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Lang, Peter Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Serientitel Zürcher Musikstudien
Nummer der Serie 4
Untertitel Gesammelte Aufsätze
Inhaltsverzeichnis Aus dem Inhalt: Bernhard Billeter - eine biografische Skizze - Aufsätze von Bernhard Billeter: Kann man Musik denken? - Die Grundlagen der Musik im menschlichen Bewusstsein. Zur deutschen Ausgabe der Musikphilosophie Ernest Ansermets - Hat Musik etwas mit Denken zu tun? - Erziehung in Musik oder Erziehung durch Musik? - Der Naturbegriff bei Jean-Philippe Rameau. Aus Anlass der soeben erschienenen Gesamtausgabe der theoretischen Schriften - Ist die Wahrnehmung von Konsonanzen und Dissonanzen sowie tonalen Zusammenhängen naturgegeben oder durch wechselnde Gewohnheiten vermittelt? Referat an der Musikpädagogischen Woche 1982 des SMPV über

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