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Dane Rudhyar: His Music, Thought, and Art (review)

Dane Rudhyar: His Music, Thought, and Art (review) book reviews 123 3. Carolyn Abbate, “music—Drastic or g nostic,” Critical Inquiry 30, no. 3 (2004): 505–36. 4. roy m. prendergast, Film Music: A Neglected Art (New York: W. W. Norton, 1992). 5. Theo Van l eeuwen, Speech, Music, Sound (basingstoke: macmillan, 1999); Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Music and Discourse: Towards a Semiotics of Music (princeton, N.J.: princeton uni- versity press, 1990). 6. Nicholas Cook, Analysing Musical Multimedia (o xford: o xford u niversity press, 1998). 7. John Fiske, Television Culture (l ondon: r outledge, 1987); Reading the Popular (l on- don: routledge, 1989); Jane Feuer, “genre study and Television” in Channels of Discourse, Reassembled, ed. robert C. Allen (Chapel Hill: university of North Carolina press, 1992), 138–60; “melodrama, s erial Form and Television Today,” in Television: The Critical View, ed. Horace Newcomb (oxford: oxford university press, 1994), 551–62; John Thornton Cald- well, Televisuality: Style, Crisis and Authority in American Television (New brunswick, N.J.: r utgers u niversity press, 1995); g len Creeber, Serial Television: Big Drama on the Small Screen (basingstoke: m acmillan, 2006); Creeber, Dennis Potter: Between Two Worlds (basingstoke: m acmillan, 1998); and Creeber ’s edited collections The Television Genres Book (l ondon: bFi: 2001) and Tele-Visions (london: http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Dane Rudhyar: His Music, Thought, and Art (review)

American Music , Volume 29 (1) – Sep 21, 2011

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book reviews 123 3. Carolyn Abbate, “music—Drastic or g nostic,” Critical Inquiry 30, no. 3 (2004): 505–36. 4. roy m. prendergast, Film Music: A Neglected Art (New York: W. W. Norton, 1992). 5. Theo Van l eeuwen, Speech, Music, Sound (basingstoke: macmillan, 1999); Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Music and Discourse: Towards a Semiotics of Music (princeton, N.J.: princeton uni- versity press, 1990). 6. Nicholas Cook, Analysing Musical Multimedia (o xford: o xford u niversity press, 1998). 7. John Fiske, Television Culture (l ondon: r outledge, 1987); Reading the Popular (l on- don: routledge, 1989); Jane Feuer, “genre study and Television” in Channels of Discourse, Reassembled, ed. robert C. Allen (Chapel Hill: university of North Carolina press, 1992), 138–60; “melodrama, s erial Form and Television Today,” in Television: The Critical View, ed. Horace Newcomb (oxford: oxford university press, 1994), 551–62; John Thornton Cald- well, Televisuality: Style, Crisis and Authority in American Television (New brunswick, N.J.: r utgers u niversity press, 1995); g len Creeber, Serial Television: Big Drama on the Small Screen (basingstoke: m acmillan, 2006); Creeber, Dennis Potter: Between Two Worlds (basingstoke: m acmillan, 1998); and Creeber ’s edited collections The Television Genres Book (l ondon: bFi: 2001) and Tele-Visions (london:

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