The Narrative Function of music in Contemporary Society

The ability of music to transmit emotional intention is a widely acknowledged phenomenon across a range of musicological, psychological and semiological research disciplines. Aris Lanaridis considers the reasons, level and extent of the narrative capacity of music in the context of a contemporary society. Image courtesy of Aris Lanaridis.

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