Sonic Feminism: The Music of Pauline Oliveros

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Overview

Sounding Out: Pauline Oliveros and Lesbian Musicality examines the musical career of the avant-garde composer, accordionist, whose radical innovations of the 1960s, 70s and 80s have redefined the aesthetic and formal parameters of American experimental music. While other scholars have studied Oliveros as a disciple of John Cage and a contemporary of composers Terry Riley, Lou Harrison, Gordon Mumma, and Robert Ashley, Sounding Out resituates Pauline Oliveros in a gynecentric network of feminist activists, writers, artists and musicians. This book shows how the women in Oliveros’s life were central sources of creative energy and exchange during a crucial moment in feminist and queer cultural history. Crafting a dynamic relationship between feminism and music-making, this book offers a queerly original analysis of Oliveros’s work as a musical form of feminist activism and argues for the productive role of experimental music in lesbian feminist theory.

Sounding Out combines key elements of feminist theories of lesbian sexuality with Oliveros’s major compositions, performances, critical essays, and interviews. It also includes previously unpublished correspondence between Oliveros and Edith Guttierez, Jill Johnston, Annea Lockwood, Kate Millett, and Jane Rule.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415973755
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/31/2007
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Martha Mockus teaches in the Women’s Studies Program at Hamilton College where she holds the Jane Watson Irwin Chair, 2006-08. Her published work addresses musical performance as a form of feminist and queer critique.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Awesome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2013

    Rose Story Chapter 9- My Father?

    *Rose, Knuckles, and Slasher were fishing in the river when the X-Tornado flyed past*Knuckles looked up*
    Knuckles- Come on guys. Let's go home. I'm sure you guys would be hunger after a day like this. Slasher noded and so did Rose. Even if Rose wasn't really hunger she wanted to see her Mom again* They walked home to see the X-Tornado parked outside of Cream's house* They walk in to see Miles and Cocoa laughing happily while Tails chased them around the house* Cream was watching them smiling. She turned her head when Knuckles and the others walked in*She ran up to Knuckles*
    Cream- Oh Knuckles! They are the best! They are like small verisons of me and Tails!
    Knuckles- So is little Slasher here. Luckly he got my power.
    Rouge- and luckly he gots my brain.*Rouge walked in after them*
    Knuckles- Are you calling me dumb!!
    Rouge- No, I'm calling you stupid!!*walks out*
    Knuckles- Hey! Wait! I'm not done yet!*runs after Rouge*
    Slasher-*sighs*Blackdiamond wasn't joking when she saided my parents fought a lot. Catch you guys later.*he runs after Knuckles and Rouge*
    *Rose turns to Cream*
    Rose- Where is everyone?
    Cream- Well, Tails is playing with Miles and Rose. Shadow is talking to Blackdiamond up in the bedroom. I'm cooking and your mother is outside.
    Rose- Okay thanks!*she runs out*She didn't say anything else to Cream but she so deeply she wanted to asked."and father. Where's my dad?"*It didn't matter anyway*Amy would know where her dad was.*•••*Rose saw her mom walk into the woods* What was she doing?*Rose followed her through the forest*She followed her to a small open clearing*Rose waited at the edge of the woods* For some reason she stay where she was waiting for her mom to do something.* That's when she saw it. A blue blur was running, right for her mom! Her mom hold her ground as if she knew the blur wouldn't hurt her*The blur stopped in front of Amy. It was a blue hedgehog. A fast blue hedgehog.* Rose wanted so badly to walk out and ask her mom who this guy was but she stayed in the shadows*
    Amy- I CAN'T BELIVE YOU SONIC!!! YOU LEAVING US LIKE THAT!!!*Sonic? Why did that name seem so familer? Then it hit Rose like a blow to the head*This hedgehog was Sonic The hedgehog, Amy's husband, and Rose's father.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2013

    ADD MEPHILES

    PLEEEEEEASE

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