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Semiotics of Classical Music : How Mozart, Brahms and Wagner Talk to Us

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The Program Committee welcomes panel proposals on the conference theme as well as panels papers or individual papers on any topic related to semiotics. Rosen has publicly expressed his dissatisfaction with Theodor W. He intends to reinterpret and criticize the aesthetic purport and unique manifestation of the three masters of the Viennese Classical School, the background, conditions and process of the formation of the classical style, trying to construct its rules of music grammar, scope and boundaries of expression, tap its inner potential and reveal its experimental intentions.

Whether it is to do a deep mathematical interpretation of the essence of music, or the extension of humanistic significance non-musical references such as pastoral situations, dramatic thinking, irony consciousness, sky intentions, time delays, political metaphors, etc.

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How these terms are set, how the context in which the drama is to be played out is created for each work, is the main subject of this book. Style has always been the traditional core problem in art theory, and interpretation never stop. At first glance, it shows his recognition of the high autonomy of style itself, so it is a common and serious mistake to determine a style with a specific expression. When thinking deeply, it feels that his understanding of style is full of humanistic consciousness and historical reflection.

Exploration and concentration come from human life experience and spiritual field practice, which is conveyed and expressed through music language. However, human life and spirit itself are changeable, and the style problems associated with it are inevitably complicated. Therefore, music style is divided into three levels: period style, group style and individual style. Historical experience has proved that the understanding of a group is often a music aesthetic phenomenon before it is recognized as a concept, and it is recognized by form infiltration before it is acquiescing consensus as a certain style.

It is almost as much an expression itself as a system of expression. Therefore, the composition of the three masters presented the ideal high level of that era, and practiced the coordinated operation of music symbol. Thus, although the classical style or the Vienna school of classical music had long been accepted, Rosen did not seem satisfied with those consensual explanations.

This is to gain the right to speak from the most authentic musical notation, rather than to find the agreement with music form for the external way of understanding literature, society, politics.

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This does not negate the influence of other factors. On the contrary, there are a lot of humanistic statements and evidence, but the subject must be music, not culture. Thus, although the listeners and composers have a consensus understanding of the grammar of music in a certain period, region or nationality, the concept of the classical style is needed for the construction of music theory. After analyzing the characteristics and associations of different levels of style, Rosen quickly turned to the symbolic construction of his classical style. The music experience clearly tells him that the overall feeling of music in the late 18th century is completely different from that of the previous period.

The classical style is a dramatic style, in which dramatic action is superior to emotional expression. What is more amazing and admirable is that he grasps this empirical feeling with authentic and specific music symbols, selects the specific time domain in the late 18th century, returns to the historical site, investigates clues, constructs the understanding dimension and provides the explanation pattern of the established concept of the classical style for history.

The author put aside the conventional knowledge, new insights emerge frequently. Intelligence, knowledge and culture complement each other in the construction of music style and the analysis of music works.

The combination of music with history, aesthetics and cognition proves that the most important thing for music understanding is analysis and value judgment. It can be seen that for Rosen, the concept of form has been completely and uniquely symbolized in music. The form of music is not empty but substantial, not the direction of blank lines but the will of self-expression from inside to outside, affirming that composition is the spiritual labor of materials watered by vitality. In short, since the Vienna Classical School of Music, the high autonomy of music language has made music gradually get rid of its long-standing subsidiary or dependency role.

Arthur Schopenhauer explicitly endowed music, a vocal phenomenon rather than a hidden mathematical structure, with metaphysical dignity. Both from the perspective of grammar and consciousness, classicism music and romanticism music come down in one continuous line. As a part of western modern civilization practice, classical music is incomparable, irreplaceable and cannot be underestimated in its significance and function, whether as a cultural form expression or as a self-sufficient artistic presentation.

It was from this period that western music started its modernity process under the enlightenment idea-practice scene. Before exploring the symbolic analysis of musical texts, we must thoroughly absorb and comprehend the important concepts and methods in order to learn from and apply this theory of musical symbolic analysis and understand its unique dimension of musical expression.

This is also one of the important reasons why scholars still linger outside and keep watching. The two, one focuses on theoretical conception, the other focuses on practical analysis, combined with discussion, complement each other. This work was supported by Jiangxi social science planning general project in 18YS05 and Jiangxi university humanities social science research youth project in YS Jiangxi social science planning general project in 18YS None declared. Your email address will not be published. Cite Copy the reference manually or choose one of the links to import the data to Bibliography manager. Lin, Wang. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, Tarasti E. Cook N. Ratner L. New York: Schirmer Books, Rosen C.

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