Franz Schubert : sexuality, subjectivity, song / Lawrence Kramer Kramer, Lawrence, 1946-

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Kramer, Lawrence, 1946-
Subjects
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.; Gender identity in music.; Songs - Analysis, appreciation.
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Contents
  • Foreword / Ian Bent
  • 1. Interpretive dramaturgy and social drama: Schubert's "Erster verlust"
  • 2. Undisciplined song: scorings of the subject
  • 3. Mermaid fancies: Schubert's trout and the 'wish to be woman'
  • 4. The Ganymede complex: Schubert's songs and the homoerotic imagination
  • 5. Masochism and domesticity in Die schone Mullerin
  • 6. Revenants: masculine thresholds in Schubert, James, and Freud.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/23170065
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