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Hallowell, Sean. (2019). Towards a Phenomenology of Musical Borrowing. OrganisedSound. 24. 174-183. 10.1017/S1355771819000219. In discourse on the topic, thequestion of what constitutes a musical ‘borrowing’, if raised at all, is usuallyrestricted in scope and framed as one of terminology – that is, of determining theright term to characterise a particular borrowing act. In this way has arisen awelter of terms that, however expressive of nuance, have precluded evaluation ofthe phenomenon as such. This is in part a consequence of general disregard for thefact that to conceive of musical borrowing entails correlative concepts, all ofwhich precondition it, yet none self-evidently. Further preclusive of clarity, themusico-analytic lens of borrowing is typically invoked only in counterpoint to aquintessentially Western aesthetic category of composition ex nihilo . As a
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