Authenticity and Early Music: A Symposium

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' Every practising early musician should read this brilliant, witty, often perverse, article, guaranteed to raise even higher the temperature of the continuing debate.' Hugo Cole, Country Life

' one of the most fertile and stimulating collections of ideas about music that I have encountered for a long while ... argued on all sides with rare wit, erudition, and engagement' Max Loppet, Financial Times

' a valuable and stimulating state-of-the-art discussion of the whole business ... Valuable in that its contributors are all experts and scholars in the fields of research or performance. Stimulating in that their viewpoints sometimes meet in violent collision.' Michael Tumelty, Glasgow Herald

' a small bombshell: six academics discussing really worrisome questions ... this is a thought provoking book' Phillip Sommerich, Ham and High

' This book certainly ranks as one of the most significant to be published this decade and amidst so much tedious, objective academic writing it is healthy to return to some (dare I say it) Toveyesque philosophising about music. Recommended.' William McVicker, Hi-Fi News & Record Review

' Authenticity and Early Music must be prescribed reading for every performer and every critical listener. The questions raised in it are crucial ... we should acknowledge and commend Kenyon not simply for an editing job well done but for having the courage to ask the questions at all.' B.J. Music Ed.

` All of the contributions are intelligent and stimulating.' Charles Rosen, The New York Review

' Always thought-provoking ... thoroughly recommended.' Kenneth Mobbs, The Galpin Society

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"Authenticity and Early Music, skillfully putt together and edited by Nicholas Kenyon, confronts some of the issues raised by Early Music and glances at others All of the contributions are intelligent and stimulating."--Charles Rosen, New York Review of Books"Together the essays represent the most penetrating and substantial consideration thus far of the early music movement."--American Music Teacher"I recommend [Authenticy and Early Music] to anyone interested in either the theory or practice of early music."--Donal Henahan, The New York Times"Owing to the broad and thoughtful approach taken by the six authors, this book offers far more than is suggested by its title. It considers music from the Middle Ages to the present, touching on some of the most essential questions of performance and appreciation of music from any age: the levels of meaning in music; composers and their intentions; and the freedom and responsibilities of the performer. Provocative, stimulating, and well written, these essays should make intelligent listeners rethink their criteria for choosing and appreciating performers and performances."--LibraryJournal"An important contribution to the literature, a significant addition to a timely debate."--Choice

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