ABSTRACT. Montague Lavy outlines the role played by low-level responses to sounds and patterns in the musical evocation of emotion. Kramer contends that the music ideally embodied by the classical score has an identity, but it has no location. Scruton points out that every emotion requires an object: we can distinguish emotions and classify them only be- cause we can distinguish and classify their (intentional) objects.


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