Half Title Page.
1: Music as Intimate and Social, Private and Public.
2: Feeling and Flourishing.
3: Music, Affect, Emotion.
4: Emotions, Narrative Play, and Music.
5: Human Flourishing, Aesthetic Experience, and Music.
6: Musical Flourishing Beyond Contemplative Cultivation.
7: Musical Aesthetics and Bodily Experience: Dancing.
8: Approaches to Music and Emotion in Everyday Life: Contributions and Limitations.
9: Problems of Self-realization in Modern Life and Their Relation to Music.
10: Competitive Individualism and Status Competition Through Music.
11: Review: Music's Constrained Enrichment of Lives.
12: Love and Sex.
13: Sex and Love and Rock and Roll.
14: Two Approaches to Music, Sex, and Sexuality.
15: The Pop-Rock Divide and Rock's Sexual Politics.
16: Post-War Pop's Emotional Resources.
17: Sex and Love on the Dance Floor.
18: Critiques of Countercultural Sexual Freedom.
19: Sex and Love in Punk, Alternative Rock, and Metal.
20: Sexuality in Twenty-First-Century Pop.
21: Black Music and Racialized Sexuality.
22: Sociability and Place.
23: Ways of Being Together: Forms of Publicness.
24: Celebrations of Musical Participation and Their Limitations.
25: That Syncing Feeling.
26: Ordinary Sociability I: Singing Together.
27: Ordinary Sociability II: Dancing Together.
28: Playing Together: Amateur Musicians.
29: Theorizing Positive Musical Sociality.
30: Spectres of Capitalist Modernity Revisited: Class and Inequality.
31: Uneven Musical Development.
32: Elements of Thriving Musical Places.
33: Quality of Working Life of Professional Musicians.
34: Commonality and Cosmopolitanism.
35: Mediated Commonality in Modern Societies.
36: Aesthetic Experience and Aspirations to Commonality.
37: Redeeming Aesthetic Experience?.
38: Talk about Music, What It Tells Us, and What It Doesn't.
39: Music, Politics, and Publicness.
40: Communities of Shared Taste? Subcultures, Scenes, and Fans.
41: Nations, Ethnicity, Cosmopolitanism.
42: Rock as Cosmopolitanism?.
43: Complexities of Music and Nation.
44: Strange Journeys: Working-Class and Ethnic Musics Become National Musics.
45: Sentimental Citizenship.
46: Music, the Nation, and the Popular.
47: Music of the African Diaspora: Life-Affirming Collectivity in Decline?.
48: A Critical Defense of Music.