"Sound is the Blood between Me and You": Toward a Theology of Animal Musics

Bechtel, Trevor George Hunsberger
April 2015
Conrad Grebel Review;Spring2015, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p261
Academic Journal
The author focuses on interspecies appreciation of music when creature of one species appreciates music by another species by discussing topics including bestiary tradition, Anthropomorphism and dancing being an important way of conveying the appreciation.


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