- Verbalization/Conceptualization of Music, Sound and aesthetic Experiences
- Music and Metaphor
- Music and “Subculture”
- Cultural Studies
- Linguistic Discourse Analysis
|2013||Magister Artium (M.A.) in German as a Foreign Language and Hispanic Studies|
|2005-2013||Magister Artium (M.A.) in German as a Foreign Language and Hispanic Studies (Leipzig University, Lumière University Lyon 2, University of Alcalá)|
|2003-2005||Linguistics and Philosophy of Science (Leipzig University)|
|Since 2013||Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for empirical Aesthetics|
|2013||PhD Candidate, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics|
|2009-2013||Spanish to German Translator, German Language Teacher|
Bär, C. (2014). Verbalization of Music and Sound between Poeticity and Aesthetic Evaluation. In A. Kozbelt (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-third Biennial Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (pp. 78–84). New York.
- „Schöne Stellen“—Beautiful Passages in Music
If we are asked about music that we especially like or are moved by, and if we then try to describe what this involves, we are very likely to find ourselves using the word “beautiful.” If we wish to very briefly explain our enthusiasm for one or ...
- “Sweet Sounds”: The Verbalization/Conceptualization of Music, Sound, and Aesthetic Experience
Music is rarely alone. It has always been in contact with language in a complex way. The linkage between music and language, between practice and philosophy, is the “most stable partnership” among all artistic media (Grüny, 2012), but also the ...