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Roads to music sociology / Alfred Smudits editor.

Medverkande: Smudits, Alfred [edt]Language: English Series: Musik und GesellschaftPublisher: Wiesbaden : Springer VS, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Beskrivning: vii, 158 sidor illustrationer, musiknoterInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9783658222789Ämne(n): Musiksociologi | MusiketnologiGenre/Form: SamlingsverkDDK-klassifikation: 306.4842 SAB-klssifikation: Ij:oa
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Music sociology after mass modernity / Alfred Smudits -- Musicology, sociology and digitisation / Peter J. Martin -- Objects, belief and the sociologist: the sociology of art as a work-to-be-done / Antoine Hennion -- Exploring gender in music... to better grasp musical work / Marie Buscatto -- Musical cosmopolitanism, bodies and aesthetic cultures / Motti Regev -- Musical language / Howard S. Becker -- The unsung work of music sociology? / Tia DeNora -- Music sociology in the GDR: under conditions of political dictatorship, despite of political dictatorship / Christian Kaden
Anmärkning bestånd: C16.465 Libris-ID: pzfc2rr0mmg9jrlmSummary: Music sociology occupies a special position in the social and cultural sciences. The terminology alone – in German it is ‘Musiksoziologie’ and not ‘Soziologie der Musik’ – indicates many possible approaches: Is ‘music sociology’ a subdiscipline within sociology or musicology? Or is it a discipline on its own, espousing significant differences from sociology and musicology alike? On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Department of Music Sociology at the mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna – probably the only one in the world to bear the name as a separate department – decided to clarify the state of music sociology. Some of the world’s most prominent representatives of the discipline were invited to participate in this project and present their own viewpoints on the various approaches to music sociology. Their contributions address the particular research objects of music sociology (institutions of musical life; production, distribution and consumption of music; music-making; ‘works’, genres and repertoires; etc.) as well as the different methods of research (stock-taking, surveys, interviews, music analysis, biographical research, etc.)
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Music sociology after mass modernity / Alfred Smudits -- Musicology, sociology and digitisation / Peter J. Martin -- Objects, belief and the sociologist: the sociology of art as a work-to-be-done / Antoine Hennion -- Exploring gender in music... to better grasp musical work / Marie Buscatto -- Musical cosmopolitanism, bodies and aesthetic cultures / Motti Regev -- Musical language / Howard S. Becker -- The unsung work of music sociology? / Tia DeNora -- Music sociology in the GDR: under conditions of political dictatorship, despite of political dictatorship / Christian Kaden

Music sociology occupies a special position in the social and cultural sciences. The terminology alone – in German it is ‘Musiksoziologie’ and not ‘Soziologie der Musik’ – indicates many possible approaches: Is ‘music sociology’ a subdiscipline within sociology or musicology? Or is it a discipline on its own, espousing significant differences from sociology and musicology alike? On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Department of Music Sociology at the mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna – probably the only one in the world to bear the name as a separate department – decided to clarify the state of music sociology. Some of the world’s most prominent representatives of the discipline were invited to participate in this project and present their own viewpoints on the various approaches to music sociology. Their contributions address the particular research objects of music sociology (institutions of musical life; production, distribution and consumption of music; music-making; ‘works’, genres and repertoires; etc.) as well as the different methods of research (stock-taking, surveys, interviews, music analysis, biographical research, etc.)

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