From the erotic to the demonic [electronic resource] : on critical musicology / Derek B. Scott
- Scott, Derek B.
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (258 pages) : illustrations
- Machine generated contents note: Pt. 1 Sexuality, Gender, and Musical Style -- 1.Erotic Representation from Monteverdi to Mae West -- 2.The Sexual Politics of Victorian Musical Aesthetics -- Pt. 2 Ideology and the Popular -- 3.The Native American in Popular Music -- 4.Incongruity and Predictability in British Dance Band Music of the 1920s and 1930s -- Pt. 3 The Sacred and the Profane -- 5.Lux in Tenebris: Bruckner and the Dialectic of Darkness and Light -- 6.Diabolus in Musica: Liszt and the Demonic -- Pt. 4 Ideology and Cultural Otherness -- 7.Orientalism and Musical Style -- 8.The Impact of African-American Music Making on the European Classical Tradition in the 1920s.
- This text should prove useful as a model for musicologists who want to take a postmodern approach to their inquiries. It demonstrates how different musical styles construct ideas of class, sexuality, and ethnic identity.
- 9780199870394 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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