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An Unfolding of Theory and Practice: From Ingarden to a Phenomenological Aesthetic for Opera

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Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 63)

Abstract

Contemporary aestheticians owe a debt to the phenomenological investigations of Roman Ingarden. His Literary Work of Art ([1931] 1973), Ontology of the Work of Art ([1961] 1989), and Cognition of the Literary Work of Art ([1968] 1973) have stimulated significant phenomenological investigation in literature and literary arts. Opera, a genre combining music and literature (as well as mise en scéne),did not escape Ingarden’s attention in his phenomenological inquiry. Or, perhaps it did, as he describes opera as including those works which

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Literary Work Aesthetic Experience Aesthetic Theory Dialectical Structure Tonal Center 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Humanities, Religious Studies, and Art History Northern Arizona UniversityUSA

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