New Musicology

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The New Musicology est le terme désignant un large champ de la musicologie qui enrichit sa démarche analytique et critique grâce aux cultural study, et l'apport du féminisme, des gender studies, des gay and lesbian studies, de la queer theory, et des postcolonial studies. Les travaux de penseurs structuraliste et de post-structuraliste français, et à un moindre degré l'étude critique des théories de Theodor Adorno et de Walter Benjamin ont aussi influencé la New Musicology. Malgré tout cela, les musicologues, qui y sont rattachés, ne se revendiquent pas d'une école nouvelle.

Références[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Solomos, Makis et Grabócz, Márta (éd.) Filigrane, n°11 : New Musicology. Perspectives critiques, 2010.
  • McClary, Susan (1987). 'The blasphemy of talking politics during Bach Year', in McClary and Leppert, Richard, eds. Music and Society: The poltiics of composition, performance and reception. Cambridge University Press.
  • McClary, Susan (1989). "Terminal Prestige: The Case of Avant-Garde Music Composition" in Cultural Critique 12 (1989), pp. 57–81.
  • Watson, Ben (1995). 'McClary and Postmodernism' in Frank Zappa: The Negative Dialectics of Poodle Play. Quartet Books.
  • O'Neill, Maggie, ed. (1999). Adorno, Culture and Feminism. Sage Publications.
  • McClary, Susan (2000). 'Women and Music on the Verge of the New Millennium', in Signs Vol. 25 No. 4, pp. 1283–1286.
  • Subotnik, Rose Rosengard (1991). Developing Variations: Style and Ideology in Western Music. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 0-8166-1873-9.
  • Rosen, Charles (2000). 'The New Musicology', in Critical Entertainments: Music Old and New, pp. 255–272. Harvard University Press.
  • Hisama, Ellie M. (2001). Gendering Musical Modernism: The Music of Ruth Crawford, Marion Bauer, and Miriam Gideon. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-64030-X.
  • Carter, Tim (2002). 'An American In', review-article of McClary Conventional Wisdom, in Music and Letters, Vol. 83 No. 2, pp. 274–279.
  • Rycenga, Jennifer (2002). 'Queerly Amiss: Sexuality and the Logic of Adorno's Dialectics', in Gibson, Nigel and Rubin, Andrew, eds. Adorno: A Critical Reader. Blackwell.
  • Ross, Alex (2003). 'Ghost Sonata: Adorno and German Music'
  • Agawu, Kofi (2003). Representing African Music: Postcolonial Notes, Queries, Positions. Taylor & Francis.
  • Heile, Björn (2004). 'Darmstadt as Other: British and American Responses to Musical Modernism' in twentieth-century music, Vol. 1 Issue 02, pp. 161–178.
  • Taruskin, Richard (2005). 'Speed Bumps', in 19th-Century Music, Vol. 29 No.2, pp. 185–207.
  • McClary, Susan (2006). 'The World According to Taruskin', in Music and Letters Vol. 82 No. 3, pp. 408–415.
  • Feldman, Morton, Brown, Earle and Metzger, Heinz-Klaus (1972). Morton Feldman, Earle Brown and Heinz-Klaus Metzger in Discussion

Lectures fondamentales[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Kerman, Joseph (1985). Contemplating Music: Challenges to Musicology. UK edition: Musicology.
  • McClary, Susan and Leppert, Richard, eds. (1987). Music and Society: The politics of composition, performance and reception.
  • Kramer, Lawrence (1990). Music as Cultural Practice, 1800-1900.
  • McClary, Susan (1991). Feminine Endings.
  • Subotnik, Rose Rosengard (1991). Developing Variations: Style and Ideology in Western Music.
  • Solie, Ruth, ed. (1993). Musicology and Difference.
  • Tomlinson, Gary (1993). Music in Renaissance Magic: Toward a Historiography of Others.
  • Citron, Marcia (1993). Gender and the Musical Canon.
  • Brett, Philip, Wood, Elizabeth and Thomas, Gary C., eds. (1994). Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology.
  • Kramer, Lawrence (1995). Classical Music and Postmodern Knowledge.
  • Subotnik, Rose Rosengard (1996). Deconstructive Variations: Music and Reason in Western Society.
  • Van den Toorn, Pieter C. (1996). Music, Politics and the Academy.
  • DeNora, Tia (1996). Beethoven and the Construction of Genius: Musical Politics in Vienna, 1792-1803.
  • Schwarz, David (1997). Listening Subjects: Music Psychoanalysis, Culture.
  • Kramer, Lawrence (1997). After the Lovedeath: Sexual Violence and the Making of Culture. University of California Press.
  • Bellman, Jonathan, ed. (1998). The Exotic in Western Music.
  • Fink, Robert. (1998) Elvis Everywhere: Musicology and Popular Music Studies at the Twilight of the Canon.
  • Cook, Nicholas and Everist, Mark, ed. (1999). Rethinking Music.
  • McClary, Susan (2000). Conventional Wisdom.
  • Born, Georgina and Hesmondhalgh, David (2000). Western Music and Its Others: Difference, Representation, and Appropriation in Music.
  • Pederson, Sanna (2000). 'Beethoven and Masculinity', in Burnham, Scott and Steinberg, Michael P. (eds), Beethoven and his World, pp. 313–331.
  • Williams, Alistair (2001). Constructing Musicology. Ashgate.
  • Kramer, Lawrence (2003). Franz Schubert: Sexuality, Subjectivity, Song. Cambridge University Press.
  • Taruskin, Richard (2005). The Oxford History of Western Music (six volumes).
  • Fink, Robert (2005). Repeating Ourselves: American Minimal Music as Cultural Practice.
  • Newell, Derek. (2006) Juxtapositions of the Canonical World in Modern Day Pakistani Cultural Music.
  • Davidović, Dalibor (2006). Identität und Musik: Zwischen Kritik und Technik (Identité et musique: Entre critique et technique), Vienne: Mille Tre.
  • Ross, Alex (2007). The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century. Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

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