Women, music, culture : an introduction / Julie C. Dunbar.  (Text) (Text)

Dunbar, Julie C
Call no.: ML82 .D863 2021Publication: New York : Routledge, 2021Edition: 3rd edDescription: xvi, 400 p. : illISBN: 9780367138127 (paperback); 0367138123 (paperback); 9780367138110 (hardback); 0367138115 (hardback)Subject(s): Women musiciansFeminism and musicGender identity in musicWomen composersMusic -- Social aspectsMusic by women composers -- History and criticismLOC classification: ML82 | .D863 2021
Contents:Telling musical stories : missing voices in the documentation of musical traditions. Reflections on "deep listening" : exploring music in context ; Medieval liturgical roots and the documentation of the Western canon ; Women in "world" music : an expanded view of global narratives -- Restricted domains : gender spheres in art music. Court performers of Japan, India, and Europe : freedom and restriction ; Baroque keyboard and vocal genres : gender roles in musical families ; Eighteenth-century Classicism : revisiting Vienna ; Romantic-era performer/composers : walking the public/private line -- Visual images in an aural world. American popular music : 1895-1945 ; Empowered voices in the public eye : women of gospel and blues ; Visual media and the marketing of women performers -- A time of change : the impact of education on women's art music activity. Changing gender roles : from nineteenth-century opera to the modern musical ; Segregation and integration : instrumental ensembles from 1900 to the present ; Large-scale works and experimental voices -- No longer "one of the boys". Instrumental to jazz : the forgotten role of women ; Music technology in the hands of women ; A new message: taking charge in the mass music market.Telling musical stories : missing voices in the documentation of musical traditions. Reflections on "deep listening" : exploring music in context ; Medieval liturgical roots and the documentation of the Western canon ; Women in "world" music : an expanded view of global narratives -- Restricted domains : gender spheres in art music. Court performers of Japan, India, and Europe : freedom and restriction ; Baroque keyboard and vocal genres : gender roles in musical families ; Eighteenth-century Classicism : revisiting Vienna ; Romantic-era performer/composers : walking the public/private line -- Visual images in an aural world. American popular music : 1895-1945 ; Empowered voices in the public eye : women of gospel and blues ; Visual media and the marketing of women performers -- A time of change : the impact of education on women's art music activity. Changing gender roles : from nineteenth-century opera to the modern musical ; Segregation and integration : instrumental ensembles from 1900 to the present ; Large-scale works and experimental voices -- No longer "one of the boys". Instrumental to jazz : the forgotten role of women ; Technology in the hands of women: art music, multimedia, and popular music ; Popular music as a feminist platform : women in charge of production and management.
Summary: "Women, Music, Culture: An Introduction, Third Edition is the first undergraduate textbook on the history and contributions of women in a variety of musical genres and professions, ideal for students in Music and Gender Studies courses. A compelling narrative, accompanied by 112 guided listening experiences, brings the world of women in music to life. The author employs a wide array of pedagogical aides, including a running glossary and a comprehensive companion website with links to Spotify playlists and supplementary videos for each chapter. The musical work of women throughout history-including that of composers, performers, conductors, technicians, and music industry personnel-is presented using both art music and popular music examples"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Telling musical stories : missing voices in the documentation of musical traditions. Reflections on "deep listening" : exploring music in context ; Medieval liturgical roots and the documentation of the Western canon ; Women in "world" music : an expanded view of global narratives -- Restricted domains : gender spheres in art music. Court performers of Japan, India, and Europe : freedom and restriction ; Baroque keyboard and vocal genres : gender roles in musical families ; Eighteenth-century Classicism : revisiting Vienna ; Romantic-era performer/composers : walking the public/private line -- Visual images in an aural world. American popular music : 1895-1945 ; Empowered voices in the public eye : women of gospel and blues ; Visual media and the marketing of women performers -- A time of change : the impact of education on women's art music activity. Changing gender roles : from nineteenth-century opera to the modern musical ; Segregation and integration : instrumental ensembles from 1900 to the present ; Large-scale works and experimental voices -- No longer "one of the boys". Instrumental to jazz : the forgotten role of women ; Music technology in the hands of women ; A new message: taking charge in the mass music market.

Telling musical stories : missing voices in the documentation of musical traditions. Reflections on "deep listening" : exploring music in context ; Medieval liturgical roots and the documentation of the Western canon ; Women in "world" music : an expanded view of global narratives -- Restricted domains : gender spheres in art music. Court performers of Japan, India, and Europe : freedom and restriction ; Baroque keyboard and vocal genres : gender roles in musical families ; Eighteenth-century Classicism : revisiting Vienna ; Romantic-era performer/composers : walking the public/private line -- Visual images in an aural world. American popular music : 1895-1945 ; Empowered voices in the public eye : women of gospel and blues ; Visual media and the marketing of women performers -- A time of change : the impact of education on women's art music activity. Changing gender roles : from nineteenth-century opera to the modern musical ; Segregation and integration : instrumental ensembles from 1900 to the present ; Large-scale works and experimental voices -- No longer "one of the boys". Instrumental to jazz : the forgotten role of women ; Technology in the hands of women: art music, multimedia, and popular music ; Popular music as a feminist platform : women in charge of production and management.

"Women, Music, Culture: An Introduction, Third Edition is the first undergraduate textbook on the history and contributions of women in a variety of musical genres and professions, ideal for students in Music and Gender Studies courses. A compelling narrative, accompanied by 112 guided listening experiences, brings the world of women in music to life. The author employs a wide array of pedagogical aides, including a running glossary and a comprehensive companion website with links to Spotify playlists and supplementary videos for each chapter. The musical work of women throughout history-including that of composers, performers, conductors, technicians, and music industry personnel-is presented using both art music and popular music examples"--

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