Blackness in opera / edited by Naomi Andre, Karen M. Bryan, and Eric Saylor
- Machine generated contents note: 1.From Otello to Porgy: Blackness, Masculinity, and Morality in Opera / Naomi Andre -- 2.Hearing the Other in The Masque of Blackness / Sarah Schmalenberger -- 3.Nationalism, Racial Difference, and "Egyptian" Meaning in Verdi's Aida / Jennifer McFarlane-Harris -- 4.Race, "Realism," and Fate in Frederick Delius's Koanga / Eric Saylor -- 5.Political Currents and Black Culture in Scott Joplin's Treemonisha / Ann Sears -- 6.Clarence Cameron White's Ouanga! in the World of the Harlem Renaissance / Karen M. Bryan -- 7.New Paradigms in William Grant Still's Blue Steel / Gayle Murchison -- 8.Performers in Catfish Row: Porgy and Bess as Collaboration / Gwynne Kuhner Brown -- 9.Searching for "Authenticity" in Paul Bowles's Denmark Vesey / Melissa J. de Graaf -- 10.The Politics of Color in Oscar Hammerstein's Carmen Jones / Melinda Boyd -- 11.Performing Race in Ernst Krenek's Jonny spielt auf / Jonathan O. Wipplinger -- 12.Il Rodolfo Nero, or The Masque of Blackness / George Shirley.
- 9780252036781 (hardcover : alk. paper) and 0252036786 (hardcover : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Source of Acquisition:
- UP-PAT copy: A gift made in honor of Joseph V. Paterno by James C. and Sally A. Dawson; 2011.
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