The Musical Work
Reality or Invention?
Edited by Michael Talbot
Notes on Contributors Introduction Michael Talbot 1. Some Thoughts on the Work in Popular Music David Horn 2. Intertextuality and Hypertextuality in Recorded Popular Music Serge Lacasse 3. Work-in-(g) Practice: Configuration of the Popular Music Intertext Richard Middleton 4. Works and Recordings: The Impact of Commercialism and Digitalisation Catherine Moore 5. The Practice of early Nineteenth-Century Pianism Jim Samson 6. Looking Back at Ourselves: The Problem with the Musical Work-Concept Reinhard Strohm 7. ‘The Work’: An Evaluative Charge Philip Tagg 8. The Work-Concept and Composer-Centredness Michael Talbot 9. The Musical Artwork and its Materials in the Music and Aesthetics of Busoni John Williamson 10. Re-composing Schubert James Wishart 11. ‘On the Problems of Dating’ or ‘Looking Backward and Forward with Strohm’ Lydia Goehr Index of Musical Compositions and Collections Index of Personal Names
Publication: May 1, 2000
Series: Liverpool Music Symposium 1