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Music, Theatre & Art

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  • 12
    Apr

    2022

    Schumann Then and Now

    One of the most enriching aspects of working on Clara Schumann Studies was the opportunity to rethink and listen afresh to Schumann’s rich and varied contributions to musical culture in the nineteenth...

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  • 7
    Apr

    2022

    Devotional Refrains in Medieval Latin Song

    In song, the refrain—a portion of text and music repeated between stanzas—gives singers and listeners an opportunity to join together on the most memorable and predictable part of a song. As any singer...

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  • 28
    Feb

    2022

    Notorious B.I.G.’S “Ten Crack Commandments&...

    In his 1997 song, “Ten Crack Commandments,” The Notorious BIG offered some rules to the drug game: I’ve been in this game for years; it made me an animal.There’s rules to this shit; I wrote...

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  • 19
    Jan

    2022

    Music and Liturgy in Medieval Britain and Ireland

    This book represents a first attempt inclusively to map out patterns of liturgical and musical culture across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales over a 500-year period. Extending from the eve of the...

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  • 5
    Nov

    2021

    International Theatre Festivals and 21st-Century...

    By the end of the 20th Century festivals were springing up all over the world like mushrooms. Events that used merely to be events had become, in current jargon, “festivalized” as the world experienced...

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  • 3
    Nov

    2021

    Performance and Modernity: Enacting Change on the...

    How do ideas take shape? How do concepts emerge into form? This book argues that they take shape quite literally in the human body, often appearing on stage in new styles of performance.Performance, in...

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  • 26
    Oct

    2021

    Liszt in Context

    Even 135 years after his death, Liszt’s glamour continues to fascinate. He was the rock star of the nineteenth century, women swooning at his feet as he performed the most demanding music of his age with...

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  • 11
    Jun

    2021

    Hearing E. M. Forster

    Most readers recognize E. M. Forster as the early twentieth-century writer who wrote about India; some remember his socially relevant and thematically wide-ranging Edwardian novels and short stories,...

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