Masculinity in Opera



This Text Addresses The Ways In Which Masculinity Is Negotiated, Constructed, Represented, And Problematized Within Operatic Music And Practice Although The Consideration Of Masculine Ontology And Epistemology Has Pervaded Cultural And Sociological Studies Since The Late 1980s, And Masculinity Has Been The Focus Of Recent If Sporadic Musicological Discussion, The Relationship Between Masculinity And Opera Has So Far Escaped Detailed Critical Scrutiny.Masculinity in Opera

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  • Hardcover
  • 274 pages
  • Masculinity in Opera
  • Philip Purvis
  • 09 August 2018
  • 0415640067

7 thoughts on “Masculinity in Opera

  1. says:

    Very mixed bag with essay quality Some essays are good, some really not so good.The opening essay Performing Masculinity Masculinity in Performance by Kate Whittaker is like an exercise in everything people make fun of gender studies for, with piles of overwrought sentence structure and big unnecessarily big words The second essay that I had some big problems with was Saint Saens s Samson by Kevin Kopelson, where the author without any caveats identifies this guy as gay and then analyses Very mixed bag with essay quality Some essays are good, some really not so good.The opening essay Performing Masculinity Masculinity in Performance by Kate Whittaker is like an exercise in everything people make fun of gender studies for, with piles of overwrought sentence structure and big unnecessarily big words The second essay that I had some big problems with was Saint Saens s Samson by Kevin Kopelson, where the author without any caveats identifies this guy as gay and then analyses his work from that position You really ...

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