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This chapter presents a list of reference books and articles cited for the book Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time. Groove emerges in Western popular music around the turn of the twentieth century and represents a distinct departure in the organisation of musical time. The book argues that all music represents an attempt to capture the reality of time, paralleling in the aesthetic sphere attempts to grasp the reality of time by scientists such as Newton and Einstein or philosophers like Aristotle or Bergson.

Keywords: Aristotle; Bergson; Western popular music

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