By Jean Marc Belkadi
MI teacher Jean Marc Belkadi unearths the secrets and techniques to making attention-grabbing, over-the-top words. This e-book is the total source for making use of pentatonic, harmonic minor, melodic minor, complete tone, and decreased scales. The CD contains ninety nine full-band tracks.
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And in a cultural order that regards music itself as other, a musical work or style cannot overcome otherness by form without, in so doing, overcoming its own musicality. Far from requiring resolution, this antinomy has been basic to the modern institution of music as a cultural trope. Tracing this institution will require a complexly additive argument, proceeding through five stages: (1) a more detailed characterization of the logic of alterity, a process less straightforward than it seems in the abstract; (2) a look at how the logic of alterity overtly constructs the self in two exemplary texts of nineteenth-century aesthetics, one literary, one musical, and how the musical instance distinctively involves the antinomy between the internal and external forms of this logic; (3) a critical look at the same process working covertly in a major twentiethcentury work of musical history and, correlatively, in a nineteenth-century composition; (4) a theorization of the typical means and ends for the construc < previous page page_36 next page > < previous page page_37 next page > Page 37 tion of music as other; and (5) an account of how and why modernist musicology depends on perpetuating the antinomy between internal and external logics of alterity while postmodernist musicologies depend on that antinomy's undoing.
Binary thinking, in short, always has a moral dimension. It has underwritten dubious values far too often, and it has the power to implicate us, whether we like it or not, in those same values. Admittedly, recognizing this will often lead us to resist the suasions of conceptual or aesthetic dualities, including some that seem reasonable or even cherishable. But the same commitment will just as often lead us to make legible the resistances, or, better yet, the positive disseminal energies, that arise within the very works that articulate the dualities we question.
The emergence of postmodernist musicologies will depend on our willingness and ability to read as inscribed within the immediacy-effects of music itself the kind of mediating structures usually positioned outside music under the rubric of context. 36 At the same time the differences between text and context, the aesthetic and the political or social, the "inside" and the "outside" of the musical moment, the hermeneutic and the historiographical, would be (re)constituted as provisional and permeable boundaries destined to disappear in and through the heteroglot weaving of musicological discourse.
Advanced Scale Concepts and Licks for Guitar: Private Lessons by Jean Marc Belkadi