La música y lo inefable

Vladimir Jankelevitch left behind a remarkable oeuvre steeped as much in philosophy as in music His writings on moral quandaries reflect a lifelong devotion to music and performance, and as a counterpoint, he wrote on music aesthetic and on modernist composers such as Taure, Debussy, and Ravel Music and the Ineffable brings together these two threads, the philosophical aVladimir Jankelevitch left behind a remarkable oeuvre steeped as much in philosophy as in music His writings on moral quandaries reflect a lifelong devotion to music and performance, and as a counterpoint, he wrote on music aesthetic and on modernist composers such as Taure, Debussy, and Ravel Music and the Ineffable brings together these two threads, the philosophical and the musical, as an extraordinary quintessence of his thought Jankelevitch deals with classical issues in the philosophy of music, including metaphysics and ontology These are a point of departure for a sustained examination and dismantling of the idea of musical hermeneutics in its conventional sense.
La m sica y lo inefable Vladimir Jankelevitch left behind a remarkable oeuvre steeped as much in philosophy as in music His writings on moral quandaries reflect a lifelong devotion to music and performance and as a counterp

  • Title: La música y lo inefable
  • Author: Vladimir Jankélévitch
  • ISBN: 9788493333294
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Al igual que hiciera con 'La Muerte', Jankélévitch surca los límites de la palabra y se adentra hasta escudriñar los coletazos de su contenido. En su regazo, por fin, podemos señalar aquello que no sabíamos ni nombrar. Antes, citábamos la armonía de la música callada o estudiábamos la suerte de combinación melódica reduccionista con la que siempre nos ha brindado Mompou. Ahora, tras la lectura de 'La música y lo inefable', sentimos y decimos sin decir hasta que los vericuetos de la [...]

    2. "Aujourd'hui tout le monde parle, disserte, raisonne Et puisqu'à notre tour nous prétendons parler de l'indicible, parlons-en du moins pour dire qu'il n'en faut pas parler et pour souhaiter que ce soit aujourd'hui la dernière fois" Cela ferait un bon résumé des œuvres complètes de Jankélévitch, surtout que comme d'autres avant lui il a beaucoup parlé pour dire l'autre de cet indicible, pour dire ce presque rien qui colore les pages de l'Essai sur les données immédiates de la conscien [...]

    3. This is a short but thoughtful book in which the argument is stated on the first page — namely, that since music works through melodies, rhythms and harmonies and not through concepts, it contains no messages that can be translated into words. There follows 50,000 words devoted to the messages of music — often suggestive, poetic and atmospheric words, but words nevertheless, devoted to a subject that no words can capture. The author goes into detail about what music is not: hieroglyphics, la [...]

    4. "Nella solitudine come nel gioioso baccano quotidiano, talvolta sentiremo il suono spezzato delle campane: le campane della città del silenzio, che dolcemente palpitano nel fondo della notte".

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