"Transcribing Vocality: Voice at the Border of Music After Modernism"

Karantonis, Pamela. 2015. "Transcribing Vocality: Voice at the Border of Music After Modernism". In: Ben MacPherson; Amanda Smallbone and Konstantinos Thomaidis, eds. Voice Studies: Critical Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge, pp. 162-176. ISBN 978-1-13880-9352 [Book Section]

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This chapter features in the Routledge Voice Studies series inaugural volume "Voice(s): Critical Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience". It considers some of the challenges in documenting and writing meaningfully about classical vocal pedagogy as it applies to singing. It is situated within the cultural studies tradition of illuminating and interrogating the power structures embedded in disciplinary practices. Attendant to this is the location of vocal pedagogy as it arises from ideological and cultural investments that underscore perceptions of vocality as a marker of artistic and cultural identity in performance.

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