Duke University Press Books
This special issue of South Atlantic Quarterly focuses on music—be it a film score, incidental music for a play, or music for pantomime or dance—as a nonautonomous phenomenon. The result is a broad-based discussion where the cultural, the social, and the political are not considered peripheral contexts that shape music but rather are framed as integral components of the works at hand.
Contributors. Annegret Fauser, Bryan Gilliam, Linda Hutcheon, Michael Hutcheon, Kim H. Kowalke, Neil Lerner, Tamara Levitz, Elizabeth Paley