Music, Disability, and Society

Music, Disability, and Society

By: Alex Lubet (author)Paperback

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How musicians can be disabled and how musicality itself can be disabling

About Author

Alex Lubet is Morse Alumni/Graduate and Professional Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music, at the University of Minnesota, with additional appointments in Jewish Studies and American Studies. He is co-editor (with Matthew Bribitzer-Stull and Gottfried Wagner) of Richard Wagner for the New Millennium: Essays in Music and Culture.

Contents

Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Piano Men, or the Right Hand Doesn't . . . No 2. Let's Face the Music and Dance: Jazz and Physical Disability 3. Play Like an Egyptian: Music and Blind Culture 4. Losing . . . My Religion: Music, Disability, Gender, and Jewish and Islamic Law 5. Bringing It All Back Home, or Teach Your Children . . . Well? References Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781439900260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 208
  • ID: 9781439900260
  • ISBN10: 1439900264

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