Episode 12


In this episode Liam and Stephen discuss Seth Brodsky’s fascinating and complex article, ‘Rihm, Tonality, Psychosis, Modernity,’ in which Brodsky presents an innovative Lacanean reading of modernist music and tonality through the case of Wolfgang Rihm. Check it out below, or on iTunes of your podcatcher of choice.

Seth Brodsky, ‘Rihm, Tonality, Psychosis, Modernity,’ Twentieth-Century Music, Volume 15, Issue 2, June 2018, pp. 147-186 (https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/twentieth-century-music/article/rihm-tonality-psychosis-modernity/5BC398E47ADEAF9C530F3A5343C24243)


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