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Vocal music and contemporary identities : unlimited voices in East Asia and the West / edited by Christian Utz and Frederick Lau.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge research in musicPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xvi, 324 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
  • still image
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0415502241
  • 9780415502245
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 782 23
Other classification:
  • Ijn
Contents:
Voice, identities and reflexive globalization in contemporary music practices / Christian Utz and Frederick Lau -- Presence and ethicity of the voice / Dieter Mersch -- The rediscovery of presence: intercultural passages through vocal spaces between speech and song / Christian Utz -- Imagining the other's voice: on composing across vocla traditions / Sandeep Bhagwati -- Voice, culture and ethnicity in contemporary Chinese composistions / Frederick Lau -- Narrative, voice and reality in the opperas by Hosokawa Toshio and Mochizuki Misato / Fuyuko Fukunaka -- reconsidering traditional vocal practices in contemporary Korean music / Heekyung Lee -- Escaped from paradise? construction of identity and elements of ritual in vocal works by Helmut Lachenmann and Giacinto Scelsi / Jörn Peter Hiekel -- The notation and use of the voice in non-semantic contexts: phonetic organization in the vocal music of Dieter Schnebel, Brian Ferneyhough and Georges Aperghis / Erin Gee -- A "Digital opera" at the boundaries of transnationalism: Human and synthesized voices in Zuni Icosahedron's The memory palace of Matteo Ricci / Samson Young -- "Voices of the mainstream": red sons and revolutionary identities in the People's Republic of China / Andreas Steen -- Asagi's vocie: learnng how to desire with Japanese Visual-kei / Oliver Seibt -- Voiceing body, voicing Seoul: vocalization, body, and ethnicity in Korean popular music / Michael Fuhr -- Afterword: giving voice to difference / Nicholas Cook
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Book Book Biblioteket Teknikringen Ijn Vocal Available 43731028379
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Voice, identities and reflexive globalization in contemporary music practices / Christian Utz and Frederick Lau -- Presence and ethicity of the voice / Dieter Mersch -- The rediscovery of presence: intercultural passages through vocal spaces between speech and song / Christian Utz -- Imagining the other's voice: on composing across vocla traditions / Sandeep Bhagwati -- Voice, culture and ethnicity in contemporary Chinese composistions / Frederick Lau -- Narrative, voice and reality in the opperas by Hosokawa Toshio and Mochizuki Misato / Fuyuko Fukunaka -- reconsidering traditional vocal practices in contemporary Korean music / Heekyung Lee -- Escaped from paradise? construction of identity and elements of ritual in vocal works by Helmut Lachenmann and Giacinto Scelsi / Jörn Peter Hiekel -- The notation and use of the voice in non-semantic contexts: phonetic organization in the vocal music of Dieter Schnebel, Brian Ferneyhough and Georges Aperghis / Erin Gee -- A "Digital opera" at the boundaries of transnationalism: Human and synthesized voices in Zuni Icosahedron's The memory palace of Matteo Ricci / Samson Young -- "Voices of the mainstream": red sons and revolutionary identities in the People's Republic of China / Andreas Steen -- Asagi's vocie: learnng how to desire with Japanese Visual-kei / Oliver Seibt -- Voiceing body, voicing Seoul: vocalization, body, and ethnicity in Korean popular music / Michael Fuhr -- Afterword: giving voice to difference / Nicholas Cook

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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