extramusical

extramusical

(ˌɛkstrəˈmjuːzɪkəl)
adj
(Music, other) outside the field or scope of music
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Sholes's major contribution in this book is to show how Brahms's allusive themes are not exterior musical events dropped into a foreign context (they and the texts they reference are not "extramusical") but rather ideas that are carefully prepared or responded to in other movements.
The topics range from musical to extramusical issues, from vocalises to recruiting.
They must be nudged to find value in their work as opposed to extramusical and extracurricular factors, such as friendships, appearance, and social issues.
O Briain represents the Hmong through many localized case studies which examine the "musical outputs of, by and about " (16) the Hmong in diverse contexts, and not surprisingly these examples offer multivalent levels of meaning to different participants be they Hmong, Vietnamese or foreign tourists (and the ethnomusicologist/Irish scholar?) He stresses that the book is concerned with multiple Hmong-themed sounds that show how the Hmong (and other minorities) are "iconically referenced through musical and extramusical features" (11).
Sem querer esgotar aqui quais seriam esses elementos de natureza extramusical, o artigo tem como objetivo destacar a producao das capas de discos, que, para a obra de Bezerra da Silva, tera uma funcao mais ampla do que divulgar seus albuns.
For example, the significance of rap to urban youth culture would have been a rich topic from which to investigate deeper extramusical implications, including inequality, racism, sexism, oppression, and heteronormativity.
This operation refers to the criterion of narrowing the extremely wide panoply of possible objects of investigation by selecting a specific kind of music; on the other hand it refers to the criterion of attribution of "sense" to this selected music, a criterion that shall appear as neither the result of an illicit universalization of a mere subjective position, nor as the formalist exclusion of all possible attribution of extramusical "sense."