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«Books: Playing with Signs: A Semiotic Interpretation of Classic Music (Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1991). Reviews Times Higher Education ...»

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Kofi Agawu: Publications

Books:

Playing with Signs: A Semiotic Interpretation of Classic Music (Princeton: Princeton University

Press. 1991).

Reviews

Times Higher Education Supplement, 3 May 1991, 965 [C. Ayrey]

Music Analysis 10:3, 1991, 381-87 [W. Drabkin]

Music and Letters 73:2, 1991, 315-17 [R. Monelle]

Communication Research 18:6, 1991, 839-40

Music Theory Spectrum 14:2, 1992, 88-98 [R. Hatten]

The Musical Quarterly 76:1, 1992, 114-21 [G. Edwards] The Semiotic Review of Books 3:2, May 1992, 10-11 [R. Hatten] Journal of the American Musicological Society 45:3, 1992, 526-35 [V. Micznik] Die Musikforschung 42:2, 1994, 215-18 [E. Ungeheuer] Review-articles William P. Dougherty, "The Quest for Interpretants: Toward a Peircean Paradigm for Musical Semiotics," Semiotica 99:1/2, 1994, 163-84 Jonathan Berger, "Playing with Playing with Signs," Journal of Music Theory 38:2, 1994, 293-313 Roberto Miraglia, "Semiologia: nuove proposte, vecchi dubbi. Osservazioni a proposito di Playing with Signs di K. Agawu," Analisi: Rivista di Teoria e Pedagogia musicale 23 (1997), 4-18 Stephen Rumph, “Op. 132 and the Search for a Deep Structure,” Beethoven Forum 14 (2007), 73-89 African Rhythm: A Northern Ewe Perspective (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995).

Reviews West Africa 25-31 December 1995 & 1-7 January 1996, 2018 Times Higher Education Supplement, 4-4-97, 26 [J. Fargion] British Journal of Ethnomusicology 4 (1995), 158-60 [R. Blench] Musical Times, June 1996, 30-31 [W. Mellers] The World of Music 38 (1996), 139-142 [U. Bareis] Yearbook for Traditional Music 1996, 200-02 [D. Avorgbedor] Notes 53:3 (1997), 818-19 [B. Hampton] Journal of Anthropological Research 1997, 119-121 [J. Chernoff] The International Journal of African Historical Studies 30 (1997), 447-49 [D. Locke] Music Analysis 16:2 (1997), 282-89 [J. Stock] Revue de Musicologie 83:1 1997, 137-39 [Fernando] American Anthropologist 99 (1997), 864-65 [S. Ottenberg] Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 27 (1996) [B. Connell] Music Theory Spectrum 20 (1998), 305-10 [S. Blum] Journal of the American Musicological Society 51 (1998), 158-63 [R. Vetter] Africa 71 (2001), 174-76 [S. Friedson] Journal of Religion in Africa 29 (1999), 498-500 [B. Meyer] South African Journal of Cultural History 11, 1997, 136-37 Glendora Books Supplement (Lagos) 6, 2001, 33-34 [S. Oluronyomi] Review-article Current Musicology 62 (1998), 69-83 [D. Temperley] Representing African Music: Post-Colonial Notes, Queries, Positions (New York: Routledge, 2003).

Reviews International Journal of African Historical Studies 37:1, 2004, 145-47 [R. Shain] Notes 61:1, 2004, 106-08. [G. Solis] South African Journal of Musicology 22 (2002, pub. 2004), 63-65 [G. Olwage] Svensk Tidskrift for Musikforskning 86, 2004, 101-2 [S. Thorsén] Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 7:1, 2005, 147-50 [M. Scherzinger] Twentieth-Century Music 2 (2005), 146-150 [A. Impey] Journal of the American Musicological Society 59 (2006), 769-77 [L. Meintjes] Africa Development 33:1, 2008, 132-39 [P. Wekesa] Review-articles Current Musicology 75 (Spring 2003), 223-50 [M. Scherzinger] Music Theory Spectrum, 26:2, 2004, 291-304 [V. Erlmann] Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1 (2004), 97-100 [C. Walton] Transition 99 (2008), 154-61 [A. Euba] Music as Discourse: Semiotic Adventures in Romantic Music (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009). Translated into Spanish by Silvia Villegas as La música como discurso: Aventuras semióticas en la música romántica (Buenos Aires: Eterna Cadencia Editora, 2012).

Reviews Notes 66 (2009), 64-66 [S. Heimbecker] Tempo 63 (2009), 71-72 [C. Clarke] Musiktheorie: Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft 25 (2010), 89-91 [F. Wörner] Music and Letters 91 (2010), 110-11 (R. Monelle) Dutch Journal of Music Theory 16 (2011), 157-61 (B. Van Herck) Revista Teatro Colón 6 (2012), 108-09 (S. De Filippi) Journal of Music Theory 57(2013), 131-49 (J. Kraus) Review-article “Paradigms, Prototypes, and Other Analytical Adventures,” Theoria 16 (2009), 111-28 [S. Rodgers]

Edited collections:

The Landscape of African Music. Special issue of Research in African Literatures, 2001 African Musical Arts: Theory, Practice and Education. Edited by Anri Herbst, Meki Nzewi and Kofi Agawu. Pretoria, South Africa: University of South Africa Press, 2003.

Reviews Notes 61:1, 2004, 111-13 South African Journal of Musicology 22 (2002, pub. 2004), 70-72 Worlds of Music, 2007 Communication in Eighteenth-Century Music. Edited by Danuta Mirka and Kofi Agawu.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Reviews Musical Times 149 (2008), 112-15 [P. Williams] Eighteenth-Century Music 7 (2010): 121-24 [R. Gjerdingen] Music and Letters 91 (2010), 107-110 [N. November] Fontes Artis Musicae 56 (2009), 423-24 [Bryan Proksch] Early Music (2011) [M. Pritchard] Composition and Transmission of Musical Forms in Africa. Edited by Kofi Anyidoho and Kofi Agawu. Dakar: CODESRIA, forthcoming.

Articles in journals, books and encyclopedias:

"The Musical Language of Kindertotenlieder No. 2." Journal of Musicology 2:1 (1983), 81-93.

"On Schubert's Der greise Kopf." In Theory Only 8:1 (1984), 3-21.

"Structural Highpoints in Schumann's Dichterliebe." Music Analysis 3:2 (1984), 159-80.





"The Impact of Language on Musical Composition in Ghana: An Introduction to the Musical Style of Ephraim Amu." Ethnomusicology 28:1 (1984), 37-73.

"Analytical Issues Raised by Bartók's 'Improvisations for Piano,' opus 20." Journal of Musicological Research 5:4 (1985), 131-63.

"Tonal Strategy in the First Movement of Mahler's Tenth Symphony." Nineteenth-Century Music 9:2 (1986), 222-33.

"Mahler's Tonal Strategies: A Study of the Song Cycles." Journal of Musicological Research 6:1 (1986), 1-47.

"'Gi Dunu,' 'Nyekpadudo,' and the Study of West African Rhythm." Ethnomusicology 30:1 (1986), 64-83.

"Concepts of Closure and Chopin's Opus 28." Music Theory Spectrum 9 (1987), 1-17.

"The Rhythmic Structure of West African Music." Journal of Musicology 5:3 (1987), 400-18.

"The Making of a Composer: An Interview with Dr. Ephraim Amu." The Black Perspective in Music 15:2 (1987), 51-63.

"The First Movement of Beethoven's Opus 132 and the Classical Style." College Music Symposium 27 (1987), 30-45 [Reported by Paul Angus in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Oct. 12, 1988, p. A11].

"Tone and Tune: The Evidence for Northern Ewe Music." Africa [Journal of the International African Institute] 58:3 (1988), 127-46.

"Music in the Funeral Traditions of the Akpafu." Ethnomusicology 32:1 (1988), 75-105.

"Stravinsky's Mass and Stravinsky Analysis." Music Theory Spectrum 11:2 (1989), 139-63.

"Schubert's Harmony Revisited: The Songs 'Du liebst mich nicht' and 'Dass sie hier gewesen.'" Journal of Musicological Research 9:1 (1989), 23-42.

"Schenkerian Notation in Concept and Practice." Music Analysis 8:3 (1989), 275-301.

"On an African Song from Akpafu." Sonus 10:1 (1989), 22-39.

"Variation Procedures in Northern Ewe Song." Ethnomusicology 34:2 (1990), 221-43.

"Representing African Music." Critical Inquiry 18:2 (1992), 245-66.

"Haydn's Tonal Models." In Convention in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth Century Music: Essays in Honor of Leonard G. Ratner, edited by Wye J. Allanbrook, Janet M. Levy, and William P.

Mahrt. Stuyvesant, New York: Pendragon Press, 1992, 3-22.

"Extended Tonality in Mahler and Strauss." In Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Work, edited by Bryan Gilliam. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1992, 55-75.

"Theory and Practice in the Analysis of the Nineteenth-Century Lied." Music Analysis 11:1 (1992), 3-36.

"Does Music Theory need Musicology?" Current Musicology 53 (1993), 89-98.

"Schubert's Sexuality: A Prescription for Analysis?" Nineteenth-Century Music 17:1 (1993), 79Music Analysis and the Politics of Methodological Pluralism." Revista de Musicología [Actas del XV Congreso de la Sociedad Internacional de Musicología] 16:1 (1993), 399-406.

"Ambiguity in Tonal Music: A Preliminary Study." In Theory, Analysis and Meaning in Music, edited by Anthony Pople. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994, 86-107.

"The Invention of ‘African Rhythm’." Journal of the American Musicological Society. Special Issue: Music Anthropologies and Music Histories, 48:3 (1995), 380-95. Reprinted in Popular

Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, vol. 3, ed. Simon Frith (New York:

Routledge, 2004), 103-18.

"Prolonged Counterpoint in Mahler." In Mahler Studies, edited by Stephen Hefling. Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 1996, 217-47.

"Prospects for a Theory-Based Analysis of Mozart's Instrumental Music." In Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: Essays on His Life and Work, edited by Stanley Sadie. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996, 121-31.

"Mozart's Art of Variation: Remarks on the First Movement of K. 503." In Mozart's Piano Concertos: Text, Context, Interpretation, edited by Neal Zaslaw. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press, 1996, 303-13.

"The Narrative Impulse in the Second Nachtmusik from Mahler's 7th." In Analytical Strategies and Musical Interpretation: Essays on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music, edited by Craig Ayrey and Mark Everist. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996, 226-41.

"The Amu Legacy," Africa, 66:2 (1996), 274-79.

"Analyzing music under the new musicological regime." Music Theory Online 2(4):

http://www.societymusictheory.org/mto/issues/mto.96.2.4/mto.96.2.4.agawu.html Reprinted in Journal of Musicology 15:3 (1997), 297-307.

"The Chamber Music of Beethoven." In Chamber Music in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Stephen Hefling. New York: Schirmer, 1997, 1-38.

"The Challenge of Musical Semiotics." In Rethinking Music, edited by Nicholas Cook and Mark Everist, Oxford University Press, 1998, 138-60.

"Music Analysis versus Musical Hermeneutics." American Journal of Semiotics 13:1-4 (1998) [Special Issue on Signs in Musical Hermeneutics, edited by Siglind Bruhn], 9-24. French translation by Geneviève Bégou as “Analyse musicale contre herméneutique musicale.” In Sens et signification en musique, edited by Marta Grabocz. Paris: Hermann, 2007, 93-106.

"The Symphonies." In The Brahms Companion, edited by Michael Musgrave, Cambridge University Press, 133-55.

Response to Plenary Session. Music Theory Online 6:1

(http://smt.ucsb.edu/mto/issues/mto.00.6.1/mto.00.6.1.agawu.html).

“Introduction.” Research in African Literatures [Special Issue: The Landscape of African Music, Guest Editor: Kofi Agawu], 32:2 (2001), 3-7.

"African Music as Text." Research in African Literatures, 32:2 (2001), 8-16.

"Analytical Issues Raised by African Art Music." In Intercultural Music 3 (2001), edited by Cynthia Kimberlin and Akin Euba. Richmond, Ca.: MRI Press, 2001, 135-47.

"Il ritmo.” In Enciclopedia della Musica II: Il sapere musicale, trans. Fulvia De Colle, edited by Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Torino: Einaudi, 2002, 45-71.

"Contesting Difference: A Critique of (Africanist) Ethnomusicology." In The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction, edited by Martin Clayton, Trevor Herbert and Richard Middleton.

Routledge: New York, 2003, 227-37. Translated by Hyeon-Gyeong Cae in Eum’ag gwa munhwa/Music and Culture 9, 2003 [Republic of Korea].

“Defining and Interpreting African Music.” In African Musical Arts: Theory, Practice

and Education. Edited by Anri Herbst, Meki Nzewi and Kofi Agawu. Pretoria, South Africa:

University of South Africa Press, 2003, 1-12.

"Musica, lingua e danza nella prospettiva degli Ewe del Nord.” In Enciclopedia della Musica III:

Musica e cultura, trans. Nicola Verzina, edited by Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Torino: Einaudi, 2003, 944-56.

"Polyrhythm." In African Folklore: An Encyclopaedia, edited by Philip M. Peek and Kwesi Yankah. New York: Routledge, 2003, 349-50.

"Aesthetic Inquiry and the Music of Africa." In Companion to African Philosophy, edited by Kwasi Wiredu. Oxford: Blackwells, 2004, 404-14.

“Embracing the Non-West.” Forum: Music Theory at the Turn of the Millenium. Intégral 14/15 [2000/2001], 63-66.

“Kofi Agawu on African Music[cology].” Interview with Bode Omojola, Mohammed Ben Abdallah and Zabana Kongo, Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts [Lagos, Nigeria] 3:3-4, 2004, 125-33.

“Effetti del colonialismo sulla musica Africana,” trans. Carlo Vitali, in Enciclopedia della Musica V: L’unità della musica, ed. Jean-Jacques Nattiez (Torino: Einaudi, 2005), 5-31.

“Is African Pianism Possible?” In Towards an African Pianism: Keyboard Music of Africa and the Diaspora, edited by Cynthia Tse Kimberlin and Akin Euba (Richmond, Ca.: MRI Press, 2005), 1-19.

“What Adorno Makes Possible for Music Analysis,” 19th-Century Music 29:1 (2005), 48-54.

“How We Got Out of Analysis and How to Get Back In Again,” Music Analysis 23: 2-3 (2005), 267-86.

“Analyzing Black Gospel Music: Notes on the Rev. James Cleveland’s Rendition of ‘What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” In Multiple Interpretations of Creativity and Knowledge in African Music Traditions, edited by Bode Omojola and George Dor (Richmond, Ca.: MRI Press, 2005), 153-164.

“Structural Analysis or Cultural Analysis? Competing Perspectives on the ‘Standard Pattern’ of West African Rhythm.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 59:1 (2006), 1-46.

“The Communal Ethos in African Performance: Ritual, Narrative and Music among the Northern Ewe.” In Approaches to African Musics, edited by Enrique Cámara de Landa and Silvia Martínez García. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, Centro Buendía, 2006, 181-200. Also published in TRANS 11 (2007).

“To Cite or Not to Cite? Confronting the Legacy of (European) Writing on African Music.” Fontes Artis Musicae 54:3 (2007), 254-62.

“Edward Said and the Study of Music.” Philomusica On-Line 6:1 (2007).

“Beethoven’s Op. 18 No. 3, First Movement: Two Readings, with a Comment on Analysis.” In Communication in Eighteenth-Century Music, edited by Danuta Mirka and Kofi Agawu.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 230-53.



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