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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body

  • Composer: Gilman, Sander L.
  • Composer: Kim, Youn

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Contents

  • 1. Youn Kim and Sander Gilman: Contextualizing Music and the Body: An Introduction
  • Part I. The Moving and Performing Body
  • 2. Musicalities and the Moving Body in Western Concert Dance
  • Byron Suber
  • 3. Music and Movement: Expectations, Aesthetics, and Representation
  • Jay Schulkin
  • 4. The Science of Voice and the Body
  • Marina Gilman
  • 5. The Body as Musical Instrument
  • Atau Tanaka and Marco Donnarumma
  • Part II. The Musical Brain, Psyche, and Beyond
  • 6. Music Changes the Brain
  • Paul Lennard
  • 7. Music and Psychoanalysis
  • Sander Gilman
  • 8. Music Sociology Meets Neuroscience
  • Mia Nakamura
  • Part III. Embodied Mind, Embodied Rhythm
  • 9. Sound-Motion Bonding in Body and Mind
  • Rolf Inge Godoy
  • 10. Music, Bacchus, and Freedom
  • Hedy Law
  • 11. Entrainment and Embodiment in Musical Performance
  • Eugene Montague
  • 12. Rhythm and the Performer's Body
  • Daniel B. Stevens
  • 13. Embodied Rhythm and Musical Impact of Corporal Punishment in Twentieth-Century Opera
  • Shersten Johnson
  • IV. Music and the Disabled and Sexual Body
  • 14. Music and the Embodiment of Disability
  • Michael B. Bakan
  • 15. Musical Remediation of Disability
  • Blake Howe
  • 16. Virtuosities of Deafness and Blindness: Musical Performance and the Prized Body
  • Stefan Sunandan Honisch
  • 17. Embodied Representation in Staged Opera
  • Linda Hutcheon and Michael Hutcheon
  • 18. Sexuality, Dis/Ability, and Sublimity in Grand Opera
  • Hanne Blank
  • 19. Is There Disabled Music? Music and the Body from Dame Evelyn Glennie's Perspective
  • Evelyn Glennie, Sander Gilman, and Youn Kim
  • V. Music as Medicine
  • 20. Music and the Body in the History of Medicine
  • James Kennaway
  • 21. Music in Body and Imagination
  • H. M. Evans
  • VI. Music and The Multimodal Body
  • 22. Spatial Representations Common to Music and Bodily Experience
  • Xuejing Lu and William Forde Thompson
  • 23. Multimodal Music in Infancy and Early Childhood
  • Sandra E. Trehub
  • 24. Opera as Film: Multimodal Narrative and Embodiment
  • Yayoi U. Everett
  • 25. Listening to the Musicking Body: A Cross-Disciplinary and Historical Perspective
  • Youn Kim: