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Voicing girlhood in popular music : performance, authority, authenticity / edited by Allison Adrian and Jacqueline Warwick.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Library Reserve Desk ML3918.P67 V65 2016 37684001104669 Library Reserve Desk Not holdable Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781138916494
  • ISBN: 1138916498
  • Physical Description: x, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2016.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
List of examples, figures, and tables -- Introduction:/ Jacqueline Warwick and Allison Adrian -- PART I: VOICE AND AGENCY: I'm with the band : redefining young feminism / Lucy O'Brien -- Girls at work : gendered identities, sex segregation, and employment experiences in the music industries / Marion Leonard -- "I love Beyonce, but I struggle with Beyonce" : girl activists talk music and feminism / Lyn Mikel Brown and Dana Edell with Montgomery Jones, Georgia Luckhurst, and Joneka Percentie -- PART II: VOICE AND VOCALITY: "These stupid ittle sounds in her voice" : valuing and vilifying the new girl voice / Diane Pecknold -- Girls and puberty : the voice, it is a changin' : a discussion of pedagogical methods for the training of the voice through puberty / Barbara Fox Demaio -- The curse of the "O mio bambino caro" : Jackie Evancho as prodigy, diva and ideal girl / Dana Gorzelany-Mostak -- Authority, ability and the aging ingenue's voice / Alexandra Apolloni -- PART III: VOICE AND AUTHENCITY: Performing pop girlhood on Disney channel / Morgan Blue -- When loud means real : tween girls and the voices of rock authenticity / Sarah Dougher -- YouTube, twerking, and you : context collapse and the handheld copresence of black girls and Miley Cyrus / Kyra D. Gaunt -- PART IV: VOICE AND NARRATIVE: The counterpoint of aging and coming of age in the mother-daughter duets of Tori Amos and Natashya Hawley / Lori Burns -- Listen to the Mockingjay : voice, identity and agency in The hunger games trilogy / Robynn Stilwell -- Afterword "The art of yearning" / Gayle Wald.
Local Note:
Faculty reserve.
Material for LSOC-220 (Denisch).
Subject: Girls in music.
Popular music > Social aspects.
Girls in popular culture.

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