Auhagen, Wolfgang Science and Music - The Impact of Music

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Das Interesse der Wissenschaften an der Musik ist alt, schon Pythagoras hat die Harmonien mit den ganzzahligen Teilungen einer Saite in Verbindung gebracht. Musiker hatten andererseits die Idee, dass die Naturwissenschaft helfen könne, eine "perfekte Musik" zu schaffen. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina versammelte Komponisten, Musikwissenschaftler, Psychologen, Physiologen, Neurologen und Physiker zur Diskussion der Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Musik und Wissenschaft. Musik ist eine der ältesten Weisen, wie Menschen miteinander kommunizieren, doch ist sie geheimnisvoller, und ihre Inhalte sind der logischen Analyse weit weniger zugänglich, als es wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen sind. In allen Kulturen hat Musik eine bedeutende Rolle gespielt. Die Beiträge beschäftigen sich mit musikalischer Akustik, Schallausbreitung in Räumen, Physiologie, Neurologie und Problemen der Musikwissenschaft. Außerdem kommen drei Komponisten zu Wort. Alle Ausführungen vereint das Bemühen, ü5bbber die Grenzen des jeweiligen Faches hinauszugehen und einen interdisziplinären Zugang zu finden. Die Beiträge sind in englischer oder deutscher Sprache verfasst.

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Publikationsdatum 01.07.2005
Titel Science and Music - The Impact of Music
Bindungsform Paperback
Höhe 240
Breite 170
Gewicht 356
Illustrationstext 75 schw.-w. Abb., 7 schw.-w. Tab.
Seitenanzahl 159
Autor(en) Auhagen, Wolfgang
Ruf, Wolfgang
Smilansky, Uzy
Weidenmüller, Hans
Kategorie Hardcover, Softcover / Naturwissenschaften allgemein
Geschichte der Medizin
Allgemeines, Wissenschaft
Enzyklopädien
Zeitschriften, fortlaufende Sammelwerke
Organisationen, Museumswissenschaft
Allgemeine Sammelwerke
Musik
Impact of Music
Nova Acta Leopoldina
Science and Music
Sprache ger
Verlagsname Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
Beschreibung Das Interesse der Wissenschaften an der Musik ist alt, schon Pythagoras hat die Harmonien mit den ganzzahligen Teilungen einer Saite in Verbindung gebracht. Musiker hatten andererseits die Idee, dass die Naturwissenschaft helfen könne, eine "perfekte Musik" zu schaffen. Die Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina versammelte Komponisten, Musikwissenschaftler, Psychologen, Physiologen, Neurologen und Physiker zur Diskussion der Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Musik und Wissenschaft. Musik ist eine der ältesten Weisen, wie Menschen miteinander kommunizieren, doch ist sie geheimnisvoller, und ihre Inhalte sind der logischen Analyse weit weniger zugänglich, als es wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen sind. In allen Kulturen hat Musik eine bedeutende Rolle gespielt. Die Beiträge beschäftigen sich mit musikalischer Akustik, Schallausbreitung in Räumen, Physiologie, Neurologie und Problemen der Musikwissenschaft. Außerdem kommen drei Komponisten zu Wort. Alle Ausführungen vereint das Bemühen, ü5bbber die Grenzen des jeweiligen Faches hinauszugehen und einen interdisziplinären Zugang zu finden. Die Beiträge sind in englischer oder deutscher Sprache verfasst.
Bestellnummer 17807307
Veröffentlichungsdatum 13.12.2005
Zuletzt geändert am 08.10.2016

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