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Native American song at the frontiers of early modern music / Olivia A. Bloechl.

Author/creator Bloechl, Olivia Ashley
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoCambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Descriptionxxi, 279 pages : illustrations music ; 24 cm.
Subject(s)
Series New perspectives in music history and criticism
New perspectives in music history and criticism. ^A359753
Contents On colonial difference and musical frontiers: directions for a postcolonial musicology -- pt. 1. Transatlantic savagery. Protestant imperialism and the metaphysics of New World song -- The voice of possession -- The voice of prophecy -- pt. 2. Staging the Indian. Musicking Indians in the Stuart court masque -- Savage Lully -- Rameau's Les sauvages and the aporia of musical nature -- Conclusion: opera, elsewhere.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. 251-267) and index.
ISBN9780521866057
ISBN0521866057

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