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Music in Context

Fall 2009

Volume 26.2

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Contents

Editor's Introduction
     Stephen Husarik     University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
3
   
Identity, Image, and the Heroic Myth of the New York School of Painting, Poetry, and Music
     Eric Smigel     San Diego State University
6
   
Being Audient: Similarities between Chinese Daoism and Western Acoustic Ecology
     Francesca Sborgi Lawson     Brigham Young University
21
   
"Quelle Estrange Chaleur Nous Vient Icy brûler?": Time, Power, and Subversion in Lully's Phaëton
      Kathryn Baillargeon     University of California, Santa Barbara
31
   
Real to Reel: Jazz, Film, and Construction of Hip Hop Identities
     Jesse Stewart     Carleton University
49
   
Pygmalion's Domestication of the Hollywood Musical
     Christine Amos Linial     University of Texas at San Antonio
68
   
Rebecca West's Resonant Music in the Aubrey Trilogy
     Susan Erickson     Formerly, University of Sydney Conservatorium
     Harriet Blodgett     Professor Emerita, California State University, Stanislaus
89
   
Star Crossed Lovers in Song and Verse: An Interdisciplinary Engagement with Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story
     Ryan Merrill     San Francisco State University
101
   

"There Have Been Developments:" Frankenstein's Monster Finds a (Mahlerian) Voice

     Ben Winters     Christ Church, Oxford
116
   
Projecting Sound: A Theory of Musical Representation
     Bryan Parkhurst     University of Michigan
128
   
Transformation of "The Psycho Theme" in Bernard's Herrmann's Music for Psycho
     Stephen Husarik     University of Arkansas, Fort Smith
144
   
   
Book Review    
   
Jazzwomen: Conversations with Twenty-one Musicians by Wayne Enstice and Janis Stockhouse
     Reviewed by Dorothy Phaire     University of the District of Columbia
159
   
Interview with Cover-Artists Lynette Vought
   Lee Ann E. Westman     University of Texas at El Paso

165

   
   
Notes on Contributors
169
   
Editorial Policies
172
   
Cover Art     
     
HERA Membership/IH Subscriptions
173
   
Guitar Kami (front cover)
     by Lynette Vought, charcoal drawing, 4" X 6", 2007
   
Jouneyman (back cover)
    by Lynette Vought, charcoal drawing, 4" X 6", 2007
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