The role of music in Leonardo's Paragone
Alfred Schutz was profoundly musical, and a study such as the present one on Leonardo's Paragone would, no doubt, have led to one of those long, nocturnal discussions which we used to have through forty years in Vienna and then in New York. We first met as students of law at the University of Vienna in 1918, but it was music which really brought us together. We ran into each other on the steps leading to the standing room section high up under the roof of the Vienna Opera House, both of us duly equipped with the score of the "Entführung aus dem Serail."
Winternitz, E. (1970)., The role of music in Leonardo's Paragone, in M. Natanson (ed.), Phenomenology and social reality, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 270-296.
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