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Title The Oxford handbook of music and disability studies / edited by Blake Howe, Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Neil Lerner, and Joseph Straus.

Publication Info. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2016]


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 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor    780.87 OXF    Available
Description xviii, 928 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm
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Series [Oxford handbooks]
Oxford handbooks.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 889-890) and index.
Contents Part 1: Disability Communities -- Part 2: Performing Disability -- Part 3: Race, Gender, Sexuality -- Part 4: War and Trauma -- Part 5: Premodern Conceptions -- Part 6: The Classical Tradition -- Part 7: Modernism and After -- Part 8: Film and Musical Theatre.
Introduction: Disability studies in music, music in disability studies / Blake How, Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Neil Lerner, and Joseph Straus -- Disability communities. Toward an ethnographic model of disability, and human flourishing / Michael B. Bakan -- Music, intellectual disability, and human flourishing / Licia Carlson -- Imagined hearing: music-making in deaf culture / Jeannette DiBernardo Jones -- Musical expression among deaf and hearing song signers / Anabel Maler -- The politics of sound: music and blindness in France, 1750-1830 / Ingrid Sykes -- "They say we exchanged our eyes for the xylophone": resisting tropes of disability as spiritual deviance in Birifor music / Brian Hogan -- Understanding is seeing: music analysis and blindness / Shersten Johnson -- Performing disability. Mechanized bodies: technology and supplements in Björk's electronica / Jennifer Iverson -- Subhuman or superhuman? (Musical) assistive technology, performance enhancement, and the aesthetic/moral debate / Laurie Stras -- Disabling music performance / Blake Howe -- Musical and bodily difference in Cirque du Soleil / Stephanie Jensen-Moulton -- Punk rock and disability: cripping subculture / George McKay -- Moving experiences: blindness and the performing self in Imre Ungár's Chopin / Stefan Sunandan Honisch -- Stevie Wonder's tactile keyboard mediation, black key compositional development, and the quest for creative autonomy / Will Fulton -- Oh, the stories we tell! Performer-audience-disability / Michael Beckerman -- The dancing ground: embodied knowledge, disability, and visibility in New Orleans second lines / Daniella Santoro -- Race, gender, sexuality. A cannon-shaped man with an amphibian voice: castrato and disability in eighteenth-century France / Hedy Law -- Sexuality, trauma, and dissociated expression / Fred Everett Maus -- That "weird and wonderful posture": jump "Jim Crow" and the performance of disability / Sean Murray -- Disabled moves: multidimensional music listening, disturbing/activating differences of identity / Marianne Kielian-Gilbert -- War and trauma. Disabled Union veterans and the performance of martial begging / Michael Accinno -- "Good bye, old arm": the domestication of veterans' disabilities in Civil War era popular songs / Devin Burke -- "The absurd disordering of notes": dysfunctional memory in the post-traumatic music of Ivor Gurney / Beth Keyes -- Vocal ability and musical performances of nuclear damages in the Marshall Islands / Jessica A. Schwartz -- Premodern conceptions. Lyrical humor(s) in the "fumeur" songs / Julie Singer -- Difference, disability, and composition in the late Middle Ages: of Antonio "Zachara" da Teramo and Francesco "Il Cieco" da Firenze / Michael Scott Cuthbert -- Madness and music as (dis)ability in early modern England / Samantha Bassler -- Saul, David, and music's ideal body / Blake Howe -- The classical tradition. Narratives of affliction and recovery in Haydn / Floyd Grave -- Music and the labyrinth of melancholy: traditions and paradoxes in C.P.E. Bach and Beethoven / Elaine Sisman -- Musical prosthesis: form, expression, and narrative structure in Beethoven's sonata movements / Bruce Quaglia -- Sounds of mind: music and madness in the popular imagination / James Deaville -- Modernism and after. Modernist opera's stigmatized subjects / Sherry D. Lee -- Autism and postwar serialism as neurodiverse forms of cultural modernism / Joseph Straus -- Broken facture: representations of disability in the music of Allan Pettersson / Allen Gimbel -- Representing the extraordinary body: musical modernism's aesthetics of disability / Joseph Straus -- "Defamiliarizing the familiar": Michael Nyman, narrative medicine, and the composition of mental blindness / Stephanie Jensen-Moulton -- Film and musical theatre. Scene in a new light: monstrous mothers, disabled daughters, and the performance of feminism and disability in The light in the piazza (2005) and Next to normal (2008) / Ann M. Fox -- "Pitiful creature of darkness": the subhuman and the superhuman in The Phantom of the opera / Jessica Sternfeld -- "Waitin' for the light to shine": musicals and disability / Raymond Knapp -- Music for Olivier's Richard III: cinematic scoring for the early modern monstrous / Kendra Preston Leonard -- Hearing a site of masculinity in Franz Waxman's score for Pride of the Marines (1945) / Neil Lerner.
Subject People with disabilities in music.
Disability studies.
Musicians with disabilities.
Added Author Howe, Blake.
Jensen-Moulton, Stephanie.
Lerner, Neil William, 1966-
Straus, Joseph Nathan.
ISBN 9780199331444 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
0199331448 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
9780190650605 (paperback ; alk. paper)
0190650605 (paperback ; alk. paper)

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