An erotic metaphysics of hearing in early modern France

September 1998
Musical Quarterly;Fall/Winter98, Vol. 82 Issue 3/4, p678
Academic Journal
Discusses the erotic metaphysics of listening to music in early modern France. Use of seductive song compositions as a stimulant to listeners; Depiction of dance songs and the movement of passions; Discourse on the soul by poet Pierre de Ronsard; Dialogue on divine furor by Pontus de Tyard.


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