The voracious muse : contemporary cross-cultural musical borrowings, culture, and postmodernism

Taylor, Timothy Dean.

by Timothy Dean Taylor.

Publication Info

Format: Books Books

Publication info: 1993.
Physical details: xvi, 266 leaves : ill., music.
OCLC: ocm31714364

Notes

Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Michigan, 1993.

Includes bibliographical references (leaves 239-258) and index.

Contents

1. "Dr. Livingstone, I Presume": The meeting of African and Europe in the music of Kevin Volans -- 2. The other in the gendered construction of the musical self : Pauline Oliveros -- 3. Moving in decency : The music and radical politics of Cornelius Cardew -- 4. Popular music and postcolonialism -- 5. Conclusion: borrowing, aesthetics and politics.

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