Revue Filigrane n°11 - New Musicology (Perspectives critiques)

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The so-called "New Musicology" has largely been concerned with the personal, the political, the social. But in the early 1990s, when I was a doctoral student involved in some of the arguments in favor of its existence (that is to say, while editing the Newsletter of the Gay & Lesbian Study Group of the American Musicological Society, as well as working on various postmodern and post-structuralist theories in my master's and doctoral theses at UCLA), I had my own somewhat distinct research interests. Some of these interests, as represented in later writings, fell into line with the broader trends regarded as significant at the time. But others were more abstractly related, through a parallel but quite different line of argument, to breaking away from other self-enforcing assumptions about musicology's appropriate objects and methods.


Summary revue Filigrane n°11 - New Musicology (Perspectives critiques)


Lawrence Kramer

« La » New Musicology : une rétrospective en perspective


Paul Attinello

Against History: Defining, and Defending, Systematic Musicologies


Frédérick Duhautpas

Expressivité, modernité et musicologie critique. La modernité musicale au delà des discours formalistes


Fred Everett Maus

Musique classique instrumentale et récit


Joyce Shintani

New Musicology and the Composing Subject.

Theory-Métissage with a Look at Gerhard Stäbler


Danick Trottier

Déconstruire les mythes musicaux : Le moment Richard Taruskin dans les études stravinskiennes


Jonathan Goldman

La New Musicology.

Survol de la musicologie américaine des années 1990


Markos Tsetsos

Postmodern Musicology and the Subjectivity of Value

Material : Periodical
Language : French - English
Date of publication : 2010
Code EAN : 3760124530728
Output format : Printed format
Volume : Volume 11
Category : Musicology - Analysis

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