Modes of listening in music and in psychoanalysis

 

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Authors: Picún Fuentes, Olga, Fernández Caraballo, Ana María
Format: artículo
Status:Versión publicada
Publication Date:2019
Description:  In the long history of western music, whose direct antecedent is usually placed in ancient Greece, listener and listening have experienced multiple changes. The law that governs a listening mode is not found outside historical, political or social determinations that overcome the specific musical field. However, musical transformations are inexorable to approach an understanding of changes produced in the listener and the act of hearing a musical work. How has the music been treated by Freud and Lacan? What is the interest that may arouse to psychoanalysis the sonorous dimensions in their different treatments? How does sound transformations in modernism occur and how they affect listening? What relationships can be established between these transformations and psychoanalysis? Key Words: consonance, dissonance, music, psychoanalysis.
Country:Portal de Revistas UCR
Institution:Universidad de Costa Rica
Repositorio:Portal de Revistas UCR
Language:Español
OAI Identifier:oai:portal.ucr.ac.cr:article/35812
Online Access:https://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/kanina/article/view/35812
Access Level:acceso abierto
Keyword:consonance
dissonance
musica
psychoanalysis
consonancias
disonancias
música
psicoanálisis