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Zorn is not a parasite; rather, I would call him a saprophyte. The noise (literally and figuratively) produced on Great Jewish Music: Burt Bacharach is a ...
Great Jewish Music
At times certain inflections, lyrics or turns-of-phrase sound strangely Jewish, but I will leave the provocative discussion of just how Jewish his music is ...
Music, Noise, Silence, and Sound
He believes it is ignorant to think that sound has silence as a clearly defined opposite. According to Cage, silence is all the sounds that we do not intend ...
Music and Deconstruction
Authors that have published work on this subject include Rose Subotnik, Lawrence Kramer, and Susan McClary. Here, I am primarily interested in the arguments ...
Logos Above Writing
[3] Derrida draws our attention to the fact that Platonism assigns the origin of logos to the paternal position. The speaking subject can be conceived of as ...
Contrapunctus I
In bars 29-33, Bach passes off the comes in the soprano as a dux. ... Dux and comes merge here. The leader is at once follower, the companion simultaneously ...
[4] Plato's Supplements offers an example of the working of a supplement in a text by Derrida. In Teaching a Supplement, the double meaning of supplement is ...
Silence and/in Music
[1] It is clear that musicians know about silence in music. Empty bars or parts of bars occur in virtually every musical piece. Rests are an inseparable ...
Education: From Modernism to Postmodernism
[1] In Postmodernism and Education, Robin Usher and Richard Edwards write that 'education is perhaps the most important way we relate to the world, ...
Education: From Modernism to Postmodernism
[1] In Postmodernism and Education, Robin Usher and Richard Edwards write that 'education is perhaps the most important way we relate to the world, ...
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