music

Composing Power, Singing Freedom: Overt and Covert Links between Music and Politics in the West
Composing Power, Singing Freedom by Ruth HaCohen (Pinczower) and Yaron Ezrahi reveals the many dimensions of the connections, both overt and covert, between music and politics, as they have been manifested since early modernity in the West. The book focuses on exposing the emotional and aesthetic...
Ars Nova versus Speculum Musicae: Navigating Freedom and Constraints in the 21st Century Academy
21/04/2017 - 10:00 עד 13:00
Navigating the current tension between accepting (and even encouraging) artistic expression that finds little connection to traditional practices, and pedagogy that, by its very nature finds context in the past.
Ars Nova versus Speculum Musicae: Navigating Freedom and Constraints in the 21st Century Academy
21/04/2017 - 10:00 עד 13:00
Navigating the current tension between accepting (and even encouraging) artistic expression that finds little connection to traditional practices, and pedagogy that, by its very nature finds context in the past.
Ars Nova versus Speculum Musicae: Navigating Freedom and Constraints in the 21st Century Academy
21/04/2017 - 10:00 עד 13:00
Navigating the current tension between accepting (and even encouraging) artistic expression that finds little connection to traditional practices, and pedagogy that, by its very nature finds context in the past.
Dr. Yael Sela Teichler
Yael Sela Teichler is a faculty member at the Open University of Israel, where she serves as director of the Program in Music. Having received her PhD at Oxford University in 2010 in Historical Musicology, she has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Humboldt...
27/06/2014 - 10:00 עד 12:00
Why do we enjoy music? Is there a connection between music and rational behavior? Is music a social phenomenon? What is the source of the emotional response to music? These topics, studied by the research group of Music and Emotions at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, will be discussed by two...
27/06/2014 - 10:00 עד 12:00
Why do we enjoy music? Is there a connection between music and rational behavior? Is music a social phenomenon? What is the source of the emotional response to music? These topics, studied by the research group of Music and Emotions at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, will be discussed by two...
27/06/2014 - 10:00 עד 12:00
Why do we enjoy music? Is there a connection between music and rational behavior? Is music a social phenomenon? What is the source of the emotional response to music? These topics, studied by the research group of Music and Emotions at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, will be discussed by two...
03/04/2014 - 17:00 עד 20:00
The book is a pioneering book in the new phase of the study of liturgical poetry in Jewish and Israeli culture. The return of piyyut to center stage in Hebrew culture—that is, the resurgence of that which has been repressed—necessitates a reorganization of the research field and the area of...

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