Gender, professionalism and the musical canon

by Marcia J. Citron

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Marcia J. Citron-Gender and the Musical Canon: Intro. and Chapter 1. -The visual as male -The oral as female Final Remarks Types of Canons -The obvious absence of women from the canon is not necessarily due to a lack of women composers or musicians - but due to a lack of female. Maxine Kern, co-President of the League of Professional Theatre Women (LPTW): We are a group of almost women national and international members and international affiliates who having achieved a level of excellence and professionalism in Theatre seek gender affiliation and equity in Author: Emeline Jouve. Reviews "Gender, Age and Musical Creativity is a welcome addition to this growing body of scholarship. The essays, proceedings from a conference at the Univer-sity of Huddersfi eld, are a rich and varied collection of case studies about age, gen-erational change, the passage of time, and how individuals and communities nego-tiate age and change The book’s most valuable contribution. Gender inequality is a big issue in the music industry. At first glance, it may not seem so. Names like Aretha Franklin, Taylor Swift, and Beyonce have become synonymous with success. Billboard’s profile of the fifty most successful women in music impresses. Jody Gerson, first in command at the Universal Music Publishing Group since January.

Guest Author, The Reverend Professor June Boyce-Tillman writes about the effect that the lack of female composers in music syllabuses had on a young child’s aspirations. An Education. I was brought up on the grade examinations in the s and 60s, which I later combined with O’ and A’ level Music and a degree in Music from Oxford University. Gender and musical meaning. Given the human intentions and interactions intrinsic to this triad of stages of communication, it is not surprising that music has been argued to be a social phenomenon and that “musical meanings are socially and culturally constructed” (Olsson, , p. ), having “fundamentally a social life” (Feld, ), “growing out of specific social context, and Cited by: 1. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, an annual journal of scholarship about women, music, and culture, is published for the International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM) by the University of Nebraska g on a wide range of disciplines and approaches, the refereed journal seeks to further the understanding of the relationships among gender, music, and culture, with. Throughout the history of the American musical, the chorus, has remained a key component in the foundation of the form. The anonymous men and women who sing and dance help create the spectacle that is an intrinsic part of the musical. While the chorus line of fifty that characterized the revues in the early part of the twentieth century has dwindled, for economic and aesthetic reasons, it has.

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Winner of the Pauline Alderman Prize from the International Alliance of Women in Music, Gender and the Musical Canon explores important elements of canon formation, such as notions of creativity, professionalism, and reception. Citron surveys the institutions of power, from performing organizations and the academy to critics and the publishing Cited by: Why is music composed by women so marginal to the standard 'classical' repertoire.

In attempting to answer this fundamental question, this book examines the practices and attitudes that have led to the exclusion of women composers from the received 'canon' of performed musical works. Focusing on the tradition sinceMarcia J. Citron makes substantial use of feminist and interdisciplinary.

In her important and timely new book, Marcia Citron presents a feminist analysis of canon formation in music. Although her book is about gender in the most inclusive sense of the term, dealing with the works and experiences of both men and women, she focuses on why the works of women have not occupied important positions in musical canons, and.

Winner of the Pauline Alderman Prize from the International Alliance of Women in Music, Gender and the Musical Canon explores important elements of canon formation, such as notions of creativity, professionalism, and reception.

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After introducing the notion of canon and its role in cultural discourse, she explores important elements of canon formation: creativity, professionalism, music as gendered discourse, and reception. A final chapter provides a critique of many of these ideas with respect to the canon of the university music-history : A classic in gender studies in music, Marcia J.

Citron's comprehensive, balanced work lays a broad foundation for the study of women composers and their music. Drawing on a diverse body of feminist and interdisciplinary theory, Citron shows how the western art canon is not intellectually pure but the result of a complex mixture of attitudes, practices, and interests that often go.

Winner of the Pauline Alderman Prize from the International Alliance of Women in Music, Gender and the Musical Canon explores important elements of canon formation, such as notions of creativity, professionalism, and reception.

Citron surveys the institutions of power, from performing organizations and the academy to critics and the publishing.

Winner of the Pauline Alderman Prize from the International Alliance of Women in Music, Gender and the Musical Canon explores important elements of canon formation, such as notions of creativity, professionalism, and reception.

Citron surveys the institutions of power, from performing organizations and the academy to critics and the publishing /5(15). Gender and the Musical Canon book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A classic in gender studies in music, Marcia J.

Citron's comp /5. Get this from a library. Gender and the musical canon. [Marcia J Citron] -- "Why is music composed by women so marginal to the standard "classical" repertoire.

In attempting to answer this fundamental question, this book examines the practices and attitudes that have led to. In a new introduction, she assesses the book's reception by composers and critics, especially the reactions to her controversial reading of Ccile Chaminade's sonata for piano.A key volume in establishing how the concepts and assumptions that form the western art music canon affect female composers and their music,Gender and the Musical.

The limited inclusion of women in the musical canon (or in fact canons) is a related concern. Blending theoreti-cal ideas with practices in music, Marcia Citron in Gender and the Musical Canon has illuminated canon formation; practices and biases leading to women's exclusion from the canon; and the broad ramifications for women of their ex-File Size: KB.

the book was based upon, was a startling new method. Gender itself was a relatively new word in mainstream musicological discourse. The con-cepts of canon and canon formation were just beginning to hit musicol-ogy, more than a decade after literature experienced contentious "canon wars." What Gender and the Musical Canon did was draw on gender, and.

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• Marcia Citron, “Gender, Professionalism and the Musical Canon,” The Journal of Musicology 8, no. 1 (Winter ): This book is a little dry and wordy, but the content is really insightful and gave me new ideas about canonicity and gender-inclusive musical analysis.

I recommend it -- 4/5(1). Music and Gender: A Qualitative Study of Motivational Differences At the Upper-Elementary Level By Brittany Iverson University of Nevada, Reno Reno, Nevada Abstract At the upper-elementary grade levels, motivating students to have the drive to learn can become a major challenge for music educators.

Learning differences based on gender may. This is the first book to focus on the role of education in relation to music and gender. Invoking a concept of musical patriarchy and a theory of the social construction of musical meaning, Lucy Green shows how women's musical practices and gendered musical meanings have /5(12).

Music and Gender. International scholars engage in a conversation about music and gender in various cross-culture case studies in an effort to determine how music can help individuals, groups, and nations bridge difficult times of changing values.

"Gender, Professionalism, and the Musical Canon." Journal of Musicology 8 (Winter ): Clark, Helen A. "The Nature of Music and its Relation to the Question of Women in Music." Music 7 (March ): Copland, Aaron. "The Teacher: Nadia Boulanger." In his Copland on Music, pp. New York: Norton, Curtis, Liane.

Aemilia Lanyer was a Londoner of Jewish-Italian descent and the mistress of Queen Elizabeth's Lord Chamberlain. But in she did something extraordinary for a middle-class woman of the seventeenth century: she published a volume of original by:   (8) In Gender and the Musical Canon the concepts of gender, identity, and subjectivity opened up important paths to teasing out women's experience and their relationship with canonic filters such as public spaces, highly-valued musical genres, and professionalism.

Women in Music: An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present and is regarded as significant to the history of women?s musical training.[footnoteRef] In her article?Gender, Professionalism, and the Musical Canon.

and book Gender and the Musical Canon Marcia Citron referred to the above-quoted. such as “musical taste” difficult. Music identity based on ethnicity, age, and class has been the topic of many studies.

However, little research exists on the effect gender has on musical : Chris Buckman. musical in light of changes in technology and music, and in writing the book and lyrics.9 He mentions West Side Story to illustrate a point throughout the work.

However, he does not include an extended discussion of the production. Larry Stempel includes West Side Story in his article, “The Musical Play Expands,” as well as his recent book.

Music-oriented youth cultures, age and gender Musical-cultural heritage, gender and ethnicity. Musicians are welcomed to present and comment on documentary material, films, videos, etc.

relevant to the conference topics within the usual presentation time (max. 20 minutes).Gender: Stereotypical gender roles are reinforced throughout the film. Even though Troy participates in the high school musical, his masculinity is reinforced throughout the film. For example, Troy is a basketball star and women act love struck when they interact with Troy.

Gabriella is blamed for Troy’s interest in trying out for the musical.gender identity, musical experience and schooling feminine attributes such as delicacy or sensitivity, and a tiny amount of music by women has been incredulously hailed as equal to music by a man.