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Ways of Hearing

Reflections on Music in 26 Pieces

Marna Seltzer (Hrsg.), Dorothea von Moltke (Hrsg.), Scott Burnham (Hrsg.)

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Musik

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An outstanding anthology in which notable musicians, artists, scientists, thinkers, poets, and morefrom Gustavo Dudamel and Carrie Mae Weems to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Paul Muldoon—explore the influence of music on their lives and work

Contributors include: Laurie Anderson ● Jamie Barton ● Daphne A. Brooks ● Edgar Choueiri ● Jeff Dolven ● Gustavo Dudamel ● Edward Dusinberre ● Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim ● Frank Gehry ● James Ginsburg ● Ruth Bader Ginsburg ● Jane Hirshfield ● Pico Iyer ● Alexander Kluge ● Nathaniel Mackey ● Maureen N. McLane ● Alicia Hall Moran ● Jason Moran ● Paul Muldoon ● Elaine Pagels ● Robert Pinsky ● Richard Powers ● Brian Seibert ● Arnold Steinhardt ● Susan Stewart ● Abigail Washburn ● Carrie Mae Weems ● Susan Wheeler ● C. K. Williams ● Wu Fei


What happens when extraordinary creative spirits—musicians, poets, critics, and scholars, as well as an architect, a visual artist, a filmmaker, a scientist, and a legendary Supreme Court justice—are asked to reflect on their favorite music? The result is Ways of Hearing, a diverse collection that explores the ways music shapes us and our shared culture. These acts of musical witness bear fruit through personal essays, conversations and interviews, improvisatory meditations, poetry, and visual art. They sound the depths of a remarkable range of musical genres, including opera, jazz, bluegrass, and concert music both classical and contemporary.

This expansive volume spans styles and subjects, including Pico Iyer’s meditations on Handel, Arnold Steinhardt’s thoughts on Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge, and Laurie Anderson and Edgar Choueiri’s manifesto for spatial music. Richard Powers discusses the one thing about music he’s never told anyone, Daphne Brooks draws sonic connections between Toni Morrison and Cécile McLorin Salvant, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals what she thinks is the sexiest duet in opera. Poems interspersed throughout further expand how we can imagine and respond to music. Ways of Hearing is a book for our times that celebrates the infinite ways music enhances our lives.

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Mitsuko Uchida, Grandparent, Gagaku, Aria, Daniel Barenboim, Jake Heggie, Charles Mingus, Jessye Norman, Musical composition, Sam Cooke, Refrain, Don Giovanni, Van Morrison, Phrase (music), Opera, Modulation (music), Writing, Amadeus Quartet, Beethoven Quartet, Thomas Tallis, Cavatina, Life's Work, Pierre Boulez, Long song, Music Is, Peter Sellars, Cavatina (Myers), Palestrina (opera), Laurie Anderson, Concert, New Simplicity, Georg Solti, Joni Mitchell, My Father, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Ludwig van Beethoven, Claudio Arrau, George Frideric Handel, Echo, Richard Wagner, Leitmotif, Puritans, Alban Berg, Cesare Siepi, Heiligenstadt Testament, Opera seria, Me and Mrs. Jones, Slow movement (culture), Gioachino Rossini, Milton Babbitt, Romanticism, Rigoletto, The Magic Flute, Alice Coltrane, Little Bit, Musicality, Frank Gehry, In My Life, Orchestra, George Balanchine, Syncopation, Violin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer, Guzheng, Alison Balsom, Cello, Der Rosenkavalier, Oratorio, Singing, Lou Reed, Ballade (classical music), Motet, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Igor Stravinsky, Gustavo Dudamel, Song cycle, Guillaume de Machaut, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Different Trains, Jennifer Higdon, Guarneri Quartet, Melodrama, Edward Elgar, Classical music, Dmitri Shostakovich, Every Sunday, Ella Fitzgerald, Serialism, Piano Phase, Violin Concerto in A minor (Bach), Seven Early Songs (Berg), Robert Schumann, Tintinnabuli, Partita, Libretto, My Favorite, Spatial music, Sister Act