ABSTRACT. Goodman holds that most characters of a musical score, whether numerals or letters or neither, are syntactically disjoint and differientated. Dutton maintains that works of art and artistic performances tend to be bracketed off from ordinary life, made a separate and dramatic focus of experience. Zbikowski argues that, for Kühl, musical semantics involves musical meaning as understood and experienced by the individual and musical meaning as a reflection of the cognitive capacities of human beings. van Gerwen claims that individual style in music is what moves its listeners. (pp. 150–154)

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