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Locating East Asia in Western Art Music (Music Culture) [Ebook] ➯ Locating East Asia in Western Art Music (Music Culture) ➮ Yayoi Uno Everett – Thomashillier.co.uk The traditional musics of China Japan and Korea have been an important source of inspiration for many Western composers Some like Chou Wen chung and John Cage have moved beyond superficial borrowing o The traditional musics of China Japan and Korea Asia in MOBI ó have been an important source of inspiration for many Western composers Some like Chou Wen chung and John Cage have moved beyond superficial borrowing of Eastern musical elements in earnest attempts to understand non Western principles of composition At the same time many Asian composers often trained in the West or in Western music traditions have been using Asian elements to create works of uniue musical synthesis As a result Locating East eBook Ú of such cultural interpenetrations the landscape of Western art music has been irreversably alteredLocating East Asia in Western Art Music is a comparative study of Asian influenced Western composers and Western influenced Asian composers and the first sustained exploration of this cross cultural exchange Bringing together work by music theorists musicologists and ethnomusicologists this book explores how musical notions of East and West are constructed and utilized by composers and reevaluates the many ways East Asian composers have contributed East Asia in eBook ´ to developments in twentieth century music Composers discussed include John Cage Toru Takemitsu Chou Wen chung Toshiro Mayuzumi Isang Yun Tan Dun John Zorn and Henry CowellCONTRIBUTORS Hugh De Ferranti Yayoi U Everett Judith Herd Ellie Hisama Eric Lai Frederic Lau Fredric Lieberman Steven Nuss Nancy Rao and Yu Siuwah.

  • Paperback
  • 388 pages
  • Locating East Asia in Western Art Music (Music Culture)
  • Yayoi Uno Everett
  • English
  • 13 April 2016
  • 9780819566621