In Led Zeppelin’s Will to Power, Tiberio Snaidero examines the potential philosophical interpretations of Led Zeppelin, including: the original approach to the band’s management, the […]
David Sylvian as a philosopher. A foray into postmodern rock
David Sylvian may be seen as a philosopher, in accordance with the postmodern spirit, who invalidates identity, preserving it at the level of nosound, in […]
The sound of the North. Norway and the European Jazz Scene
Co-edition with Auditorium With a gentle yet incisive approach, with a warm humour and a deep admiration for the music and musicians and for all […]
Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory
Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory is a collaborative collection of writings in black metal theory (BMT), an amorphous ‘metallecutal’ movement initiated in 2009 with the symposium Hideous Gnosis.
Nation and/or homeland. Identity in 19th-Century Music and Literature between Central and Mediterranean Europe
The aim of this book is to focus on the development of national consciousness elaborated around a series of different case studies, in which the terms nation, homeland and people have been applied. This Romantic lexicon identifies similar but various conceptions of the national idea in some countries dominated by Italian, German and Slavic cultures, and in some groups or minorities such as the Jews and the Vlachs in Central and Mediterranean Europe.