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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Time in Music

  • Editor: Doffman, Mark
  • Editor: Payne, Emily
  • Editor: Young, Toby

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Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • List of contributors
  • About the Companion Website
  • Introduction
  • Mark Doffman, Toby Young, and Emily Payne
  • Section I: Framing musical time
  • 1 Time in music and philosophy
  • Andrew Bowie
  • 2 Forms of time in nineteeth-century music: Geology, the railway, and the novel
  • Lawrence Kramer
  • 3 Music as time, music as timeless
  • Kristina Knowles
  • 4 Rhythm, time, and presence
  • Anne Danielsen
  • 5 Politicking musical time
  • Chris Stover
  • 6 To be in time: Repetition, temporality, and the musical work
  • Nathan Mercieca
  • 7 Distracted attention, temporal switches, and the consolations of performing
  • Anthony Gritten
  • Section II: Cognition, action and experience
  • 8 Music, evolution, and the experience of time
  • John C. Bispham
  • 9 Timescales and the temporal emergence of musicking
  • Juan M. Loaiza
  • 10 Understanding musical instants
  • Rolf Inge Godoy
  • 11 Cross-modality and embodiment of tempo and timing
  • Renee Timmers
  • 12 The mind is a DJ: Rhythmic entrainment in beatmatching and embodied temporal processing
  • Maria Witek
  • 13 Non-isochronous meter in music from Mali
  • Rainer Polak
  • Section III: Metrics and temporal organisation
  • 14 Towards a cognitively-based quantification of metrical dissonance
  • Mark Gotham
  • 15 Maelzel, the metronome, and the modern mechanics of musical time
  • Alexander E. Bonus
  • 16 Rhythm quantization: Notes on the history of a technocultural practice
  • Landon Morrison
  • 17 11, 12, and 1312 bar blues: Time and African-American country blues recordings (1925-38)
  • Andrew Bowsher
  • 18 Metrical displacement and group interaction in 'Evidence' by the Thelonious Monk Quartet
  • Ryan D. W. Bruce
  • 19 The politics of musical time in the everyday life of ballet dancers
  • Jonathan Still
  • Section IV: Cultures of time
  • 20 Temporalities of North Indian classical listening: How listeners use music to construct time
  • Chloe Alaghband-Zadeh
  • 21 Timing in palaran: Coordination, control, and excitement in Javanese collaborative vocal accompaniment
  • Jonathan Roberts
  • 22 Here at the bottom of the sky: Negotiating time through phrase, form, and tradition within a New York performance network
  • Nathan C. Bakkum
  • 23 Time and ensemble dynamics in indeterminacy: John Cage's Concert for Piano and Orchestra
  • Emily Payne
  • 24 'Making, not filling time': Time and notation in improvised musical performance
  • Floris Schuiling
  • 25 Musical time in a fast world
  • Samuel Wilson
  • 26 The radical temporality of drum and bass
  • Toby Young
  • Notes
  • Index