Reference : Die digitale Revolution der Musik : Eine Musikphilosophie
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Die digitale Revolution der Musik : Eine Musikphilosophie
[en] The Digital Revolution of Music : A Music Philosophy
Lehmann, Harry mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Humanities (DHUM) >]
Schott Music
[en] New music ; absolute music ; relational music ; conceptual music ; digital revolution ; deinstitutionalization ; gehalt-aesthetic turn ; avant-garde
[en] Philosophy of music, like philosophy of art in general, is not a firmly established academic discipline. It appears sporadically when there are drastic changes in musical practice, and it becomes necessary to redefine the term music. This was the case when the symphony established itself as a formative musical genre just over two hundred years ago, and it happened when tonality was abandoned just over one hundred years ago. The event that directs philosophical interest in music today is the digital revolution. It calls into question the idea of New Music and its genuine claim to art.

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