Eroticism in Early Modern Music by Bonnie J. Blackburn,Laurie Stras

By Bonnie J. Blackburn,Laurie Stras

Eroticism in Early glossy Music contributes to a small yet major literature on track, sexuality, and intercourse in 16th- and seventeenth-century Europe. Its chapters have grown from an extended discussion among a bunch of students, who hire quite a few various ways to the repertoire: musical and visible research; archival and cultural historical past; gender reviews; philology; and function. by means of confronting musical, literary, and visible assets with traditionally located analyses, the ebook indicates how erotic existence and sensibilities have been encoded in musical works. Eroticism in Early smooth Music can be of worth to students and scholars of early smooth eu historical past and tradition, and extra commonly to a readership attracted to the heritage of eroticism and sexuality.

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Eroticism in Early Modern Music

Eroticism in Early glossy tune contributes to a small yet major literature on tune, sexuality, and intercourse in 16th- and seventeenth-century Europe. Its chapters have grown from a protracted discussion among a bunch of students, who hire numerous varied ways to the repertoire: musical and visible research; archival and cultural background; gender experiences; philology; and function.

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