ABSTRACT. Schachter asserts that there is a gulf between musicians who find notes and the sounds they represent worthy objects of close study, and those who do not. Adorno notes that music resembles language in the sense that it is a temporal sequence of articulated sounds which are more than just sounds. Tarasti claims that when the work has been notated or its spatio-temporal-actorial manifestation has been fixed into act-signs or score, it must get a performer who re-modalizes it. Scruton discusses the question of the extent to which music-theoretical concepts inform the hearing of ordinary listeners.


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