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Toggle navigation Additional Book Information. Description Editor s Bio. Summary First Published in Kramer created a series of markers by which we can identify postmodern works.
He suggests that the postmodern project actually creates a radically different relationship between the composer and listener. Written with wit, precision, and at times playfully subverting traditional tropes to make a very serious point about this difference, Postmodern Music, Postmodern Listening leads us to a strongly grounded intellectual basis for stylistic description and an intuitive sensibility of what postmodernism in music entails.
Postmodern Music, Postmodern Listening is an examination of how musical postmodernism is not just a style or movement, but a fundamental shift in the relationship between composer and listener.
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Indeed a deep reading of this book will provoke an objective critical relationship towards postmodernism even among those like myself who cautiously use this term — if they use it at all. The book is both accessible and authoritative, and it fills an important gap in the musical literature. As a consummate writer, teacher and composer, he has astutely theorized postmodernism-that slippery, contentious beast-from the evidence of contemporary music itself and from the social values of its listeners, as well as creators.
This captivating book will make you rethink modernism, anti-modernism, and of course postmodernism.