Music and Consciousness
Philosophical, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives
Edited by David Clarke and Eric Clarke
Table of Contents
1: David Clarke: Music, phenomenology, time consciousness: meditations after Husserl.
2: Eugene Montague: Phenomenology and the hard problems of consciousness and music.
3: Michael Gallope: Technicity, consciousness, and musical objects.
4: Ian Biddle: Listening, consciousness, and the charm of the universal: what it feels like for a Lacanian.
5: Bennett Hogg: Enactive consciousness, intertextuality, and musical free improvisation: deconstructing mythologies and finding connections.
6: Ansuman Biswas: The music of what happens: meditation and music as movement.
7: Bethany Lowe: 'In the heard, only the heard...': music, consciousness, and Buddhism.
8: David Clarke and Tara Kini: North Indian classical music and its links with consciousness: the case of Dhrupad.
9: Meurig Beynon: From formalism to experience: a Jamesian perspective on music, computing, and consciousness.
10: Lawrence Zbikowski: Music, language, and kinds of consciousness.
11: Eric Clarke: Music perception and musical consciousness.
12: Alicia Peñalba Acitores: Towards a theory of proprioception as a bodily basis for consciousness in music.
13: Rolf Inge Godoy: Sound-action awareness in music
14: Andy McGuiness and Katie Overy: Music, consciousness, and the brain: music as shared experience of and embodied present
15: Jorg Fachner: Drugs, altered states, and musical consciousness: reframing time and space
16: Benny Shanon: Music and ayahuasca
17: Ruth Herbert: Consciousness and everyday music listening: trancing, dissociaiton, and absorption
18: Tia DeNora: Practical Consciousness and Social relation in MusEcological perspective
19: Richard Elliott: Public consciousness, political conscience, and memory in Latin American nueva cancion
20: Jeffery Kurtzman: The Psychic disintegration of a demi-god: conscious and unconscious in Striggio and Monteverdi's L'Orfeo