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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (1): 213–253.
Published: 01 April 2018
... Nick Anderson, “Schools Facing Investigations on Sexual Violence: Now More Than 100,” Washington Post , March 4, 2015, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2015/03/04/schools-facing-investigations-on-sexual-violence-now-more-than-100/?utm_term=.a6c1f4f3ef1c. 3. As Kate Harding...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (3): 613–663.
Published: 01 December 2019
... of these black trumpeters was far more fragile than that of their white colleagues. The tension between their blackness, associated with their previous slave status, and their visible roles as court trumpeters associated with princely power sometimes led to conflict and even physical violence. Both...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2017) 70 (3): 583–616.
Published: 01 December 2017
... context of medieval attitudes toward rape in both legal and pedagogical spheres, I close by reflecting on the ethics of listening to artistic representations of violence for both medieval and modern audiences. Table 1 Transmission of the motets “Hé, Marotele / En la praerie / Aptatur” and “Hé, mere...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2017) 70 (1): 129–169.
Published: 01 April 2017
...Emily Frey This article considers Musorgsky's opera Boris Godunov in light of the outbreak of political violence in Russia during the 1860s and 1870s. Attempting to make sense of Dmitry Karakozov's ideologically motivated attack on Alexander II in 1866, Russians sought parallels in literature—where...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (3): 880–885.
Published: 01 December 2019
... of sovereign violence” but also “the normative violence of tragic guilt or self-recrimination” (p. 125). The breadth of the repertoire discussed in Opera and the Political Imaginary often produces compelling new takes on well-trodden terrain. In these two central chapters, for example, Bloechl...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (3): 607–611.
Published: 01 December 2019
... violence that is embedded in the commercialization of popular music out of blackface performance.” 13 As Thurman writes, “Classical music was universal, many claimed, but as Hayes's and Anderson's stories tell us, audiences tacitly understood it to be a white medium.” 14 Almost a century later...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (3): 781–823.
Published: 01 December 2019
... tropes of blackness that whites circulated in the past—Mammy, Sapphire, Jezebel, Jim Crow, Sambo, Zip Coon, pickaninny, and Stepin Fetchit, and now enlarged to include welfare queen, prostitute, rapist, drug addict, prison inmate, etc.—have historically insured physical violence, poverty, institutional...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (3): 665–718.
Published: 01 December 2019
... racial group through coercion, violence, and ideology”: Weiner, “Towards a Critical Global Race Theory,” 332. On the reliance of definitions of “ethnic identity” on implicit differentiation from an ethnically unmarked counterpart, see Brubaker, Ethnicity without Groups . 33. According to...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (2): 431–492.
Published: 01 August 2019
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (1): 245–251.
Published: 01 April 2019
... Politics of Teaching Mozart's Don Giovanni ,” NWSA Journal 12, no. 1 (2000): 119–42; and “Colloquy: Sexual Violence in Opera: Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Production as Resistance” (especially Richard Will, “ Don Giovanni and the Resilience of Rape Culture”), this Journal 71, no. 1 (2018): 213–53. ...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2019) 72 (1): 115–180.
Published: 01 April 2019
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (3): 868–872.
Published: 01 December 2018
... American University and Ensemble, by WILLIAM ROBIN, 3:749 93 BARANELLO, MICAELA, Staging Opera Ballet, in Colloquy: Sexual Violence in Opera: Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Production as Resistance, 1:223 26 Beethoven Translating Shakespeare: Dramatic Models for the SlowMovement of the String Quartet Op. 18...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (3): 847–851.
Published: 01 December 2018
... prospectors and railroad workers—Rao mentions that 90 percent of those working on the Central Pacific Railroad in 1869 were Chinese—diversification into other trades occurred rapidly, not least when ethnic violence impelled the Chinese to take refuge in close-knit enclaves in a few larger urban cities. One of...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (2): 371–438.
Published: 01 August 2018
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (2): 287–369.
Published: 01 August 2018
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2018) 71 (1): 278–280.
Published: 01 April 2018
... University. She has pub- lished extensively on gender, sexuality, and violence in musical culture. Her scholarly work has been recognized by awards from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, the AMS LGBTQ Study Group, the American Council of Learned Studies, and the National Endowment for the...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2017) 70 (3): 819–855.
Published: 01 December 2017
... recasting of Schelling s philosophy, the Absolute appears, not before, beneath, or beyond history, but only in a utopian future, which would arrive after a modernity that is fractured by the violence of natural and social antagonism. Bloch retains Schelling s vision of nature as productive in itself, and he...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2017) 70 (2): 433–474.
Published: 01 August 2017
.... Haine, “Claude Debussy,” paragraphs 2–9. 17. Ibid., paragraph 5. 18. Rivière, “Le sacre du printemps,” 707: “Sans violence, sans ingratitude, mais très nettement, Stravinsky se dégage du debussysme.” 19. Cocteau, “Cock and Harlequin,” 18, 19. 20. Ibid., 17, 22. 21. Pasler, “New...
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Journal of the American Musicological Society (2017) 70 (2): 357–432.
Published: 01 August 2017
... performed Bruckner's Fifth Symphony in 1901 Mahler cut the slow movement in a comparable manner. 60. In this regard they differ from his cuts to Schubert's C major symphony, which, while quite extensive, do far less violence to the design and formal balance of the composer's text. 61. Mahler may...