Whereas most contributions to the developing discourse on musicians as performers address normative performance situations such as concerts, Falk Hüber takes on the somewhat under explored genre of music theatre. He proposes a clear and detailed framework for understanding what muscians do, then analyzes and taxonomizes the various manipulations and subversions of these behaviors in music theatre, from the perspective of both a scholar and a maker of performances. His book is a valuable intervention that both expands the filed and melds traditional scholarship with practice-based research.
Uitgever: Uitgeverij it&fb i.s.m. HKU
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