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¿Quién escribe la historia de la música antigua (y sobre qué)?

Manuel del Sol
Universidad de Valladolid
Publicado septiembre 23, 2021

Palabras clave:

Musicología, Música Antigua, Historia de la Música, Obra Musical, Filosofía, Historiografía
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del Sol, M. . (2021). ¿Quién escribe la historia de la música antigua (y sobre qué)?. Bajo Palabra. https://doi.org/10.15366/bp2022.30.018

Resumen

Pocos temas filosóficos plantean un tema tan controvertido como la historia de la música occidental. ¿Existe una historia de la música? ¿Tiene historia la música occidental? ¿Qué tipo de historia o relatos se ha escrito? Se espera que el enfoque multifacético propuesto aquí contribuya a una mayor comprensión de los paradigmas ontológicos de la música antigua y la comprensión filosófica de la historia de la música occidental.

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