9 edition of Performance and identity in the classical world found in the catalog.
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|LC Classifications||PA3203 .D76 2005|
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|LC Control Number||2005011726|
Is it merely a coincidence that the three "Bs" of classical music—Bach, Beethoven, Brahms—are all German composers? Why do concert halls all over the world feature mostly the works of German and Austrian composers as their standard repertoire? Over the past three centuries, supporters of German music ranging from music scholars to politicians have nurtured the . Belly Dance Around the World: New Communities, Performance and Identity Caitlin McDonald, Barbara Sellers-Young In these essays, dancers and scholars from around the world carefully consider the transformation of an improvised folk form from North Africa and the Middle East into a popular global dance practice.
The book is well written and researched and presents a pragmatic picture of the state of Classical Studies in today's Western academic milieu. That said, this book is also an inspirational clarion call to arms for those inclined to gird themselves in the panoply of Greek wisdom, and who burn to spread the fire of Greek learning far and wide. Matteo also gave a mini-lecture to the cast on the symbolism of the goddess Diana and gender identity in the play. She has published literary criticism on the classical tradition in British literature, and provided the contribution for STC’s Audience Guide for William Congreve’s The Way of the World for the – performance season.
The American Musical and the Performance of Personal Identity is an insightful contribution to current scholarship on musical theatre. It integrates theoretical approaches based in both musicology and audience reception, and applies these approaches across the media of film and Edition: Course Book. Richard Taruskin first made this point in a series of articles in the s; but in them he compared Early Music performance styles and attitudes only to those of the Classical music world. 1 In contrast, my argument hinges on the connections between performers and audiences for then-contemporary popular music and Early Music—especially as.
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Like many children, I was afraid of clowns. PERFORMANCE AND IDENTITY IN THE CLASSICAL WORLD Performance and Identity in the Classical World traces attitudes toward actors in Greek and Roman culture as a means of understanding ancient conceptions of, and anxieties about, the self.
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Identity and Performance. cosplayers can momentarily escape from reality and enter into their imaginative world. It is a form of role/identity-transformation from an “ordinary person” to a.
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Re-thinking creativity in classical performance. 4 Performing identity. As performance style changes over decades, so score and composer identity change. Before we start to look at some of the specific delusions on which WCM ideology rests (Chapters 5 and 6) it will be helpful to consider for a moment the identity of music at the level of a piece and a composer.
The Imagined Woman: the Performance of Identity in Classical Athens. Kennedy ), Isaeus’ carefully constructed arguments concerning identity show that the performance of the routines and duties of daily life before witnesses from all strata of Athenian society was equally crucial in proving or disputing a person’s civic identity.
Performance was one of the five canonical branches of oratory in the classical period, but it presents special problems that distinguish it from concerns such as composition and memory. The ancient performer was supposed to be a "good man" and his performance a manifestation of an authentic and authoritative by: Book Description.
Indian Classical Dance and the Making of Postcolonial National Identities explores what happens when a national-cultural production is reproduced outside the immediate social, political and cultural context of its origin. Whereas most previous studies have analysed Indian classical dance in the context of Indian history and culture, this volume situates this.
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