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Women, music, culture Women, music, culture :
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LCC: ML82 .D86 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 780.82 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2015018422
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Table Of Contents
Pt. I. Telling musical stories: missing voices in the documentation of musical traditions. 1. Reflections on "deep listening": exploring music in context ; 2. Medieval liturgical roots and the documentation of the Western canon ; 3. Women in "world" music: an expanded view of global narratives
pt. II. Restricted domains: gender spheres in art music. 4. Court performers of Japan, India, and Europe: freedom and restriction ; 5. Baroque keyboard and vocal genres: gender roles in musical families ; 6. Eighteenth-century Classicism: revisiting Vienna ; 7. Romantic-era performer/composers: walking the public/private line
pt. III. Visual images in an aural world. 8. American popular music: 1895-1945 ; 9. Empowered voices in the public eye: women of gospel and blues ; 10. Visual media and the marketing of women performers
pt. IV. A time of change: the impact of education on women's art music activity. 11. Changing gender roles: from nineteenth-century opera to the modern musical ; 12. Segregation and integration: instrumental ensembles from 1900 to the present ; 13. Large-scale works and experimental voices
pt. v. No longer "one of the boys". 14. Instrumental to jazz: the forgotten role of women ; 15. Technology in the hands of women: art music, multimedia, and popular music ; 16. A new message: taking charge in the mass music market.
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Dunbar, Julie C., Women, music, culture