Beethoven, Games of Thrones and the pure aesthetic kick

Jacobs, Jason (2013) Beethoven, Games of Thrones and the pure aesthetic kick. London, UK, Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire.

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Author Jacobs, Jason
Title Beethoven, Games of Thrones and the pure aesthetic kick
Place of publication London, UK
Publisher Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire
Publication date 2013-06-20
Series CST Online
Total pages 1 Scholarly blog entry
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
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The kind of total or pure aesthetic experience I wish to describe here only happened to me (at this pitch of intensity) once in my life before that I can remember, and I’m not sure that this should be grounds for gratitude that it happened at all or regret it didn’t occur more often. As my title suggests it happened first of all in response to some classical music and my sense of awe is best captured by the opening paragraph of E.T.A Hoffman’s reputation-establishing review of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in 1811...
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