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  • Cavell′s "Music Decomposed" at 40

    An issue of: Journal of Music Theory
    Volume: 54
    Issue: 1
    Published: 2010
    Pages: 144
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  • 1. Introduction–Brian Kane

    2. Dear Stanley–Dmitri Tymoczko

    3. Music Recomposed: Remarks on the History of the Same–Lawrence Kramer

    4. Stanley Cavell on Modern Music: "Music Discomposed" and "A Matter of Meaning It" after Forty Years–Franklin Cox

    5. Fraudulence and the Gift Economy of Music–Eric Drott

    6. Philosophy Recomposed: Stanley Cavell and the Critique of New Music–Amy Bauer

    7. You're There and You're Not There: Musical Borrowing and Cavell's "Way"–Richard Beaudoin

    8. Cavell and Deleuze–Michael Gallope

    9. "We Look Away and Leap Around": Music, Ethics, and the Transcendental in Cavell and Adorno–Stephen Decatur Smith

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