ABSTRACT. Le Huray states that the search for an authentic interpretation is not the search for a single interpretive answer, but for a range of performance possibilities from which to make decisions. Elliott maintains that the keys to understanding the human valuing of music are likely to be found in “the nature of human consciousness” and the human tendencies that stem from it. Duffy thinks that music’s communicative potential is broader than mere word-painting. Johansen reports that performers can only understand what notational symbols mean if they understand what the music means first.


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