ASZODI, Jessica

PHD Griffith University 2016 Pages: 189

Voicing subjectivity: Artistic Research in the realization of new Vocal Music

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The voice and vocalizing subjects have long been a discussed in philosophical, cultural
and critical studies circles as places in which meaning lives and is conveyed. In recent
years, through developments in musicology, artistic research and autoethnography the
bodies of performers have taken on renewed significance for knowledge production.
The subjectivities involved in the realization of musical works are now being unpacked
and traditional notions of objectivity and concrete meaning as conveyed by musical
texts, have eroded...

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