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[Kramer, Lawrence]のFranz Schubert: Sexuality, Subjectivity, Song (Cambridge Studies in Music Theory and Analysis)
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This is the first book to examine Schubert's songs as active shaping forces in the culture of their era rather than as mere reflections of it. Responding to rising new forms of social organisation, Schubert discovered that songs could serve as a medium for shuffling and reshuffling the basic building blocks of identity and desire, especially sexual desire. His songs project a kaleidoscopic array of unexpected human types, all of whom are eligible for a sympathetic response, even the strangest and most disconcerting. Schubert sought to validate these subjective types without subordinating them to a central social or sexual norm. The book describes and contextualises this process and tracks it concretely in a wide variety of songs. Combining close attention to both music and poetry, the book addresses both specialists and non-specialists in a lively, accessible style unburdened by excessive jargon.

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"[The book's] two strengths are its dispelling of still lingering preconceptions of the Romantic period and its sense of provocation which necessarily works hard our own attention to Schubert's songs."--Hilary Finch

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  • 出版社: Cambridge University Press (1998/5/28)
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  • 言語: 英語
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9 人中、5人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 A bold and important contribution 2014/7/28
投稿者 Budas Root - (Amazon.com)
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Lawrence Kramer is an important, original and provocative critic and theorist whose work is always valuable and insightful. To dismiss this book out of hand without even referencing its specific contributions is to reveal oneself as closed-minded. Musical scholarship has many exciting directions to pursue, and the personal imprint of composers on their music is one that will continue to gain ground. Music is not only a discipline to be analyzed but a mode of self-expression to be celebrated and to inspire others. Schubert's tragic and unfulfilled personal life is a subject eminently worthy of study in connection with the gorgeous, haunting, disturbing and lyrical music that he created. Bravo Lawrence Kramer, and keep up the noble work!
42 人中、17人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 1.0 Yet another obscure intellectual romp with Lawrence Kramer 2002/11/22
投稿者 カスタマー - (Amazon.com)
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Lawrence Kramer's latest book suffers the same disease as his other books and articles on classical music suffer. Much of the points he tries to make are lost in the highfalutin language he enjoys using. The topics of his book are complex already, and he doesn't make it any easier on the reader to understand by writing in such a distanced manner. While this is a text aimed for scholars in the field, Kramer could have broadened his audience by making it more accesible for the apprentices, not just the masters. Kramer's writing seems almost exclusive, as if he is holding his knowledge just above the reach of most people, and enjoying himself as he does this as well.
Getting past the language, many of Kramer's points are not supported by a wealth of evidence. He makes points that lack credibility without enough support. Kramer seems to expect the readers to take him at his word, which is a dangerous thing to do, considering that he is far from the final word on Schubert. Kramer's opinions are NOT enough to make opinion fact, though he seems to think this is the case.
If you buy this book for leisure or for class, be sure to read carefully, or else you'll get tricked into believeing Kramer's assertions.
Using big words to describe a complex topic does not magically transform his opinions into fact, nor does it make a scholar more scholarly. It compromises what possibly could have been an interesting book, dooming it before it even started.
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