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A Song for One or Two: Music and the Concept of Art in Early China
by Kenneth J. DeWoskin
University of Michigan Press, 1982
Paper: 978-0-89264-042-3
Library of Congress Classification ML336.2.D48 1982
Dewey Decimal Classification 781.731

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
This study of theories of music and art in China from the classical period to the Six Dynasties is based on analysis and interpretation of textual and archaeological evidence. Its wide-ranging sources include mythology, aesthetic philosophy, musical lore, and notation systems. The evolution of theories of music and art is considered in the context of cosmological and moral philosophy.

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