ABSTRACT. Zbikowski posits that conceptions of musical gesture are framed in terms of the motion of bodies through space. Dillon argues that meaningful music making for life proposes a way of engaging with the tensions at the interfaces between cultures and times. Oliveira et al. maintain that emotion and meaning are not mutually exclusive properties of musical listening or any other esthetic experience. (pp. 341–346)

Keywords: emotion, meaning, musical, listening, esthetic, experience


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