Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1976. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. 496pp. Small quarto [24 cm] Patterned paper over boards, with light edgewear, and a name in ink on the front free endsheet. In a dust jacket with periodic small closed and open tears at the edges, and negligible sunning to the spine. From the rear of the dust jacket- "A careful progression leads the reader from the very beginning of sonic perception to profound questions of musical structure and communication. Included are observations on the relationship of music to science and culture in general, and of music's structure to its performance. Many details of the book's discussions are not duplicated anywhere. More important, they fit into an unparalleled view of the full range of ideas and experience available and necessary for musicians and listeners today." (Inventory #: 47689)
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