XIV. Music

141. Music

3080. Abel, Samuel D. Opera in the flesh : sexuality in operatic performances . Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996. xv, 235 p. (Queer critique).

Gen ML1700.A240 1996.

Sexuality in opera.

3081. Barkin, Elaine, Hamessley, Lydia, and Boretz, Benjamin. Audible traces : gender, identity, and music. Zürich Los Angeles: Carciofoli, c1999. xxix, 358 p.

[...] Lesbian skin and musical fascination / Martha Mockus -- [...] It's raining men : the Weather Girls, gay subjectivity, and the erotics of insatiability / Mitchell Morris [...].

ML82 .A93 1999 Gen, Rec.

Women musicians/Gender identity in music/Feminism and music.

3082. Bayton, Mavis. Frock rock : women performing popular music. Oxford New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. xii, 246 p.

[...] 4. Punks, Feminists, Lesbians, and Riot Grrrls [...].

Gen ML3492.B39 1998.

Women rock musicians--England/Music--Performance/Music and society--England/Women rock musicians--England.

3083. Blackmer, Corinne E. and Smith, Patricia Juliana. En travesti : women, gender subversion, opera. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995. vi, 381 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen ML2100.E60 1995.

Women in opera/Lesbianism in opera.

3084. Boy George and Bright, Spencer. Take it like a man : the autobiography of Boy George. 1st U.S. ed. New York: HarperCollins, 1995. viii, 500 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen ML420.B757A30 1995.

Boy George/Rock musicians--England--Biography.

3085. Brett, Philip, Thomas, Gary, and Wood, Elizabeth. Queering the pitch : the new gay and lesbian musicology. New York, N.Y: Routledge, 1994. ix, 357 p.

Gen, Harp ML55.Q440 1994.

Homosexuality and music/Sexuality in music/Gay musicians.

3086. Bruhn, Siglind. Encrypted messages in Alban Berg's music. New York: Garland Pub, 1998. xvi, 307 p.

[...] Femme Fatale and Lesbian Representation in Alban Berg's Lulu / Karen Pegley [...].

Gen ML410.B47 E53 1998.

Berg, Alban.

3087. Clum, John M. Something for the boys : musical theater and gay culture. New York: St. Martin's Press, c1999. vii, 317 p.

Overture: Musical Theater and Gay Culture -- Ch. I. Opening Chorus: Line Dancers and Show Queens -- Ch. II. Patter Songs: Gay Lyrics, Gay Icons -- Ch. III. Love Duets: "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught": Heterosexuality and Us -- Ch. IV. Show Stoppers: "Here She Is, Boys!": On Divas, Drag, and Immortality -- Ch. V. Star Turns: The Diva Musical -- Ch. VI. Dream Ballets: Chorus Boys -- Ch. VII. Fraught Love Duets: Sondheim and I -- Ch. VIII. Different Tunes: Fairy Tales: Gay Musicals.

Gen ML1700.C58 1999.

Gay men and musicals/Musicals--United States--History and criticism/Musicals--Great Britain--History and criticism.

3088. Drake, Bob, Carlson, Carol, and Windy City Gay Chorus. Sweet music : a collection of delectable desserts from the Windy City Gay Chorus. Chicago: Windy City Gay Chorus, 1981. 136 p.

Sci TX773.S94 1981.


3089. Fuller, Sophie and Whitesell, Lloyd. Queer episodes in music and modern identity. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c2002. viii, 324 p.

Private performance. "Desire is consuming me" : the life partnership between Eugenie Schumann and Marie Fillunger / Eva Rieger. Ravel's way / Lloyd Whitesell. "Devoted attention" : looking for lesbian musicians in fin-de-siècle Britain / Sophie Fuller -- Public appearances. "He isn't a marrying man" : gender and sexuality in the repertoire of male impersonators, 1870-1930 / Gillian Rodger. Tchaikovsky and his music in Anglo-American criticism, 1890s-1950s / Malcolm Hamrick Brown. Transcription, transgression, and the (pro)creative urge / Ivan Raykoff. Musicology and sexuality : the example of Edward J. Dent / Philip Brett -- Double meanings. Cross-dressing in Saint-Saëns's Le rouet d'Omphale : ambiguities of gender and politics / Jann Pasler. The "dark saying" of the Enigma : homoeroticism and the Elgarian paradox / Byron Adams. "An anthology of friendship" : the letters from John Ireland to Father Kenneth Thompson / Fiona Richards -- Queer listening. Tristan's wounds : on homosexual Wagnerians at the fin-de-siècle / Mitchell Morris -- When subjects don't come out / Sherrie Tucker.

Gen ML63 .Q44 2002.

Homosexuality and music/Gay musicians/Music--19th century--History and criticism/Music--20th century--History and criticism.

3090. Gay American composers. New York, NY: CRI, [1996]. 1 sound disc.

Previously released material (p1981-p1996). Compact disc. Program notes, principally by the composers, biographical notes, texts of the vocal works, and selected bibliography (23 p. : ports.) inserted in container. Hommage à Rachmaninoff / Robert Helps (Helps, piano) (2:13) -- I was there : from Five songs on poems of Walt Whitman / Lee Hoiby (Peter Stewart, baritone ; Hoiby, piano) (3:03) -- From String quartet set. Variations (5:19) ; Estamp[i]e (3:58) / Lou Harrison (Kronos Quartet) -- Incitation to desire : tango / Chester Biscardi (Anthony de Mare, piano) (3:17) -- From The Nantucket songs. The dance (1:27) ; Nantucket (1:13) ; Go, lovely Rose (1:35) ; The dancer (1:50) / Ned Rorem (Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano ; Rorem, piano) -- Fantasy pieces / David Del Tredici (Del Tredici, piano) (9:28) -- Desire, movement : from Two quartets / Robert Maggio (Bart Feller, Kathleen Nester, flutes ; Fred Sherry, Jonathan Spitz, violoncellos ; Bradley Lubman, conductor) (7:28) -- In the department of love / Conrad Cummings (Cummings Ensemble [SBar, violin, violoncello, woodwinds, keyboard]) (3:59) -- Bass trombone, bass clarinet, harp / William Hibbard (Jon English, bass trombone ; Charles West, bass clarinet ; Motter Forman, harp ; Hibbard, conductor) (8:01) -- Transform (stream) : excerpt / Jerry Hunt (Hunt, voice and original instruments [electronic music]) (3:16) -- Serenade for Betty Freeman & Franco Assetto / Lou Harrison (Harrison, suling ; Gamelan Sekar Kembar) (5:48) -- Walt Whitman in 1989 / Chris DeBlasio (Michael Dash, baritone ; DeBlasio, piano) (3:40) -- Hommage à Fauré / Robert Helps (Helps, piano) (3:55).

Rec AudCD MR1 CRI CD 721.

Music--United States--20th century/Gay musicians--United States/Piano music/Songs (Medium voice) with piano/String quartets/Songs (High voice) with piano/Quartets (Flutes (2), violoncellos (2))/Vocal duets with instrumental ensemble/Trios (Clarinet, trombone, harp)/Electronic music/Suling with gamelan.

3091. Gay American composers Volume two. New York, NY: CRI, [1997]. 1 sound disc.

Compact disc. Program notes by Joseph R. Dalton (15 p.) inserted in container. Aeolian harp (1:32) ; The banshee (1:42) ; The lilt of the reel (1:58) / Henry Cowell (Henry Cowell, piano) -- Ulysses at the edge of the world / Harry Partch (Gate Five Ensemble of the University of Illinois [version for alto and baritone saxophones, percussion (bamboo and diamond marimbas, cloud-chamber bowls; 2 players)]) (6:37) -- Excursions : for piano / Samuel Barber (Zola Shaulis, piano) (11:46) -- Concerto for piano & orchestra. Moderato molto / Marc Blitzstein (Michael Barrett, piano ; Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra ; Lukas Foss, conductor) (10:50) -- Sonata for violin & piano. Moderate tempo / Aaron Copland (Carroll Glenn, violin ; Hilde Somer, piano) (7:25) -- Symphony no. 3. Allegro moderato (3:50) ; Tempo di valzer (4:11) / Virgil Thomson (New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra ; James Bolle, conductor) -- String quartet no. 2, op. 35 / Ben Weber (New Music Quartet) (10:40) -- Ryoanji : (excerpt) / John Cage (Jeffrey Krieger, electronic violoncello, with electronics) (3:07) -- Frail demons. Dance 1 (2:52) ; Tribe. Dance 2 (2:57) / Alwin Nikolais -- Sonata XIII from Sonatas & interludes for prepared piano / John Cage (Maro Ajemian, prepared piano) (4:00).

Rec AudCD MR1 CRI CD 750.

Piano music/Quartets (Saxophones (2), percussion), Arranged/Concertos (Piano)--Excerpts/Sonatas (Violin and piano)--Excerpts/Symphonies--Excerpts/String quartets/Electronic and violoncello music/Electronic music/Prepared piano music/Gay musicians--United States.

3092. Gill, John. Queer noises : male and female homosexuality in twentieth century music. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1995. 184 p.

Gen, Harp ML63.G490 1995.

Homosexuality and music/Gay musicians/Music--20th century--History and criticism.

3093. Hadleigh, Boze. The vinyl closet : gays in the music industry. 1st ed. San Diego, CA: Los Hombres Press, 1991. 237 p.

Gen ML385.H33 1991.


3094. Ragon, Marcelle, Boissy, Gaby, Arletty, Gregory, Huguette, Muriel, Gay, Morlet, Jane, Ferrant, Guy, Singher, Martial, Heldy, Fanny, Pernet, André, Mahé, Renée, Le Clézio, Henri, Endrèze, Arthur, Vallin, Ninon, and Hahn, Reynaldo. Reynaldo Hahn the complete recordings, 1909-37. Reynaldo Hahn, voice piano and other singersEngland: Romophone, p2000. 3 sound discs (203 min.).

In Process.

Operas/Songs with piano.

3095. Hoffman, Stephen, Webb, Peter, Campbell, Mark, and Swift, Edward. Splendora Splendora : a musical. New York, N.Y: Dramatists Play Service, c1998. 89 p.

The World premiere of Splendora was produced by Bay Street Theatre Festival, Sag Harbor, Long Island, N.Y., July, 1995.

Gen PS3573.H64 S65 1998.


3096. Hutton, Jim and Wapshott, Tim. Mercury and me. London: Bloomsbury, 1994. xii, 211 p., [24] p. of plates.

Gen ML420.M553H97 1994.

Mercury, Freddie/Hutton, Jim/Rock musicians--England--Biography.

3097. Jackson, Timothy L. Tchaikovsky, Symphony no. 6 (Pathétique). Cambridge, U.K New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1999. xi, 154 p. (Cambridge music handbooks).

1. "Pathetic" metaphors for sexuality and race, gambling and destiny -- 2. Background and early reception -- 3. Form and large-scale harmony -- 4. The "not-so-secret" program - a hypothesis -- 5. Compositional genesis: the Six Romances Op. 73 and the Pathetique -- 6. Deconstructing homosexual grande passion pathetique -- 7. Platonic postlude.

Gen ML410.C4J33 1999.

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich.

3098. Jazz collection 1933 l'histoire est d'actualité. Various jazz soloists and ensembles[Paris]: Jazz Magazine, p2002. 1 sound disc.

Issued with Jazz magazine, no. 523, Feb. 2002. Compact disc. Durations on disc label. Swing gate -- Ridin' in rhythm -- Queer Notions -- Nocturne -- Sophisticated lady -- Cavernism -- Gotta go! -- Star dust -- Tiger rag -- Stormy weather -- Gimme a pigfoot -- Mystic Moan -- I got rhythm.

JRL Mus Rec AudCD JazzMag 11.

Jazz--1931-1940/Blues (Music)--1931-1940.

3099. Jones, Stacy Holman. Kaleidoscope notes : writing women's music and organizational culture. Walnut Creek [Calif.]: AltaMira Press, c1998. 191 p.

Gen ML82.J66 1998.

Club (San Francisco, Calif.)/Feminist music--Performances--California--San Francisco/Lesbian music--Performances--California--San Francisco/Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)--California--San Francisco/Corporate culture--California--San Francisco.

3100. Koestenbaum, Wayne. The queen's throat : opera, homosexuality, and the mystery of desire. 1st Vintage Books ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1994. 271 p.

Gen ML429.K74A30 1994.

Koestenbaum, Wayne/Opera--Biography/Gay men--Biography/Sexuality in music/Opera--Social aspects.

3101. Kolpa, Ronald. Homo ga leven! : liederen van strijd, smart en verlangen uit de flikkerkultuur. Boskoop: Woelrat, 1982. 62 p.

Gen M1977.G38H76.

Gay men--Songs and music/Lesbians--Songs and music.

3102. Kopelson, Kevin. Beethoven's kiss : pianism, perversion, and the mastery of desire. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1996. 198 p.

Gen ML700.K560 1996.

Piano music--19th century--History and criticism/Piano music--20th century--History and criticism/Pianists--Sexual behavior/Sexuality in music.

3103. Rutenberg, Craig, Schumann, Clara, Schumann, Clara, Schumann, Clara, Mahler, Alma, Mahler, Alma, Mahler, Alma, Clarke, Rebecca, Boulanger, Lili, Boulanger, Lili, Boulanger, Lili, Larsen, Libby, Warren, Elinor Remick, Warren, Elinor Remick, Clarke, Rebecca, Clarke, Rebecca, Warren, Elinor Remick, Clarke, Rebecca, Clarke, Rebecca, Alexander-Katz, Lisbeth, and Beach, H. H. A. Mrs. The eternal feminine. Susanne Mentzer, mezzo-soprano and Craig Rutenberg, pianoPort Washington, N.Y: Koch International Classics, p2001. 1 sound disc.

"150 years of women's songs about love, loss and motherhood"--Insert. The Larsen work is a song cycle. "Based on a concert at the Martin Theatre on August 7, 2000"--Insert. Compact disc. Biographical and program notes in English and song texts with English translations of French and German words ([40] p. : ports.) in container. Warum willst du an'dre fragen? : op. 12, no. 11 ; Ihr Bild : op. 13, no. 1 ; Sie liebten sich Beide : op. 13, no. 2 / Clara Schumann -- Laue Sommernacht ; Bei dir ist so Traut ; Ich wandle unter Blumen / Alma Schindler Mahler -- The seal man / Rebecca Clarke -- Selections from Clairières dans le ciel. Si tout ceci n'est qu'un pauvre r¶eve ; Nous nous aimerions [sic] tant que nous tairons nos mots ; Vous m'avez regardé avec toute votre ¶ame / Lili Boulanger -- Love after 1950 / Libby Larsen -- God be in my heart ; Heart of a rose / Elinor Remick Warren -- Come, oh come ; Cloths of heaven / Rebecca Clarke --To a blue-eyed baby / Elinor Remick Warren -- Infant joy ; Cradle song / Rebecca Clarke -- Wiegenlied ; Von den Engeln ; Wenn's Kindchen gefallen ist ; Schnecklied / Lisbeth Alexander-Katz -- Wouldn't that be queer? / Amy Cheney Beach.

JRL Mus Rec AudCD Koch 158.

Songs (Medium voice) with piano/Women/Music by women composers.

3104. Middlebrook, Diane Wood . Suits me : the double life of Billy Tipton. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998. xvii, 326 p.

"A Peter Davison book.".

Gen ML417.T58M53 1998.

Tipton, Billy/Jazz musicians--United States--Biography/Transvestites--United States--Biography.

3105. Miller, D. A. Place for us : (essay on the Broadway musical). Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1998. 141 p.

Gen ML1711.M58 1998.

Miller, D. A./Musicals--United States--History and criticism/Gay men and musicals.

3106. Miller, Leta E. and Lieberman, Fredric. Lou Harrison : composing a world. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. xiv, 385 p.

[...] 10. Harrison, Homosexuality, and the Gay World [...].

Gen ML410.H324M55 1998 .

Harrison, Lou.

3107. Oliveros, Pauline, Tilles, Nurit, Montano, Linda, Phillips, Lori Ann, Valby, Elaine, Osgood, Steven, Lorentz, Robin, Beglarian, Eve, Anderson, Claudia piccolo player, Felber, Jill, Piirainen, John Ruben, Eshleman, Elizabeth, Frisari, Lisa, Oliveros, Pauline, Tilles, Nurit, Montano, Linda, Freedman, Lori, Kimper, Paula M., Beglarian, Eve, Higdon, Jennifer, Lockwood, Annea, Byrne, Madelyn, Anderson, E. Ruth, Queen Mab (Musical group), and Collage (Musical group). Lesbian American composers. Various performersNew York, N.Y: CRI, p1998. 1 sound disc.

For various instrumental and/or vocal combinations, in part with electronics. Compact disc. Biographical and program notes by Joseph Ridings Dalton and the composers, and vocal texts of the 5th and 8th works (27 p. : ports.) inserted in container. Poem of change / Pauline Oliveros (Pauline Oliveros, voice, accordion, original text) (10:21) -- Raw silk : a rag / Nurit Tilles (Nurit Tilles, piano) (6:13) -- Portrait of Sappho / Linda Montano (Linda Montano, voice, electronics, piano) (7:16) -- Barbie's other shoe / Lori Freedman, Marilyn Lerner (Queen Mab) (5:08) -- I want to live : Act II duet from Patience & Sarah / Paula M. Kimper (Lori Ann Phillips, Elaine Valby, sopranos ; orchestra conducted by Steven Osgood) (4:30) -- Wolf chaser / Eve Beglarian (Robin Lorentz, violin, wolf chaser ; Eve Beglarian, percussion, electronics) (13:53) -- running the edgE / Jennifer Higdon (Claudia Anderson, Jill Felber, flutes ; John Piirainen, piano) (6:16) -- I give you back / Annea Lockwood (Elizabeth Eshleman, soprano) (7:16) -- Winter / Madelyn Byrne (electronics: Lisa Frisari, crotales ; voice of Malin Serner) (7:31) -- SUM (State of the Union message) / Ruth Anderson (Collage) (7:37).

M1977.W64 L474 AudCD CRI 180.

Lesbian music--United States/Instrumental music/Vocal music/Electronic music.

3108. Post, Laura. Backstage pass : interviews with women in music. Norwich, VT: New Victoria Publishers, c1997. ii, 222 p.

Alix Dobkin - the "head lesbian" returns [...].

Gen ML82.P68 1997.

Women musicians--Interviews/Feminism and music.

3109. Poznansky, Alexander, Bobéth, Marek, and Kohlhase, Thomas. Samoubiistvo Chaikovskogo Cajkovskijs Homosexualität und sein Tod : Legenden und Wirklichkeit. Mainz: Schott, c1998. 602 p. (Cajkovskij-Studien, Bd. 3).

Gen ML410.C45P6963W7 1993.

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich/Composers--Russia--Biography.

3110. Rees, David. Words and music. Brighton: Millivres, 1993. 218 p.

Gen NX650.H6R44 1993.

Gays' writings/Gay musicians/Arts/Special subjects/Sexuality.

3111. Cabaret '79, glad to be gay. Tom Robinson, with various additional musicians[England] New York, NY: Gateway Northwest Resurgence, c1997. 1 sound disc.

Compact disc. Originally released 1982 (tracks 1-12); tracks 13-16 added in 1993. Program notes ([14] p. : ill.) inserted in container. Pub hassle -- Coldharbour lane -- Baby you're an angel -- Glad to be gay '79 -- Stand together -- Truce -- Closing a door -- 1967 (So long ago) -- Even Steven -- Sartorial eloquence -- Mad about the boy -- Easy street -- Good to be gay -- Glad to be gay '97 -- Last rites -- Gay switchboard jingle.

JRL Mus Rec AudCD Gateway 1.

Rock music--1971-1980/Gays.

3112. Samasow, Magliane. Frauengesangsbuch : 99 feministische Kontrafakturen und lesbische Parodien zum Selbersingen und Weiterdichten. 1. Aufl. Velbert: Nebenan, 1991. 164 p.

Gen M1497.F84.

Songs/Women--Songs and music/Feminist music/Lesbian music .

3113. Schulman, Sarah. Stagestruck : theater, AIDS, and the marketing of gay America. Durham: Duke University Press, 1998. 157 p.

Includes index. 1. Rent: The Dirt -- 2. Simulacra, Authenticity, and the Theatrical Context of Rent -- 3. Selling AIDS and Other Consequences of the Commodification of Homosexuality -- Conclusion: The Creation of a Fake, Public Homosexuality.

Gen ML410.L195S38 1998.

Larson, Jonathan/Musicals--United States--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Politics and literature--United States--History--20th century/AIDS (Disease) in literature.

3114. Schwarz, David, Kassabian, Anahid, and Siegel, Lawrence. Keeping score : music, disciplinarity, culture. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1997. ix, 307 p. (Knowledge, disciplinarity and beyond).

[...] Sisterhood: A Loving Lesbian Ear Listens to Progressive Heterosexual Women's Rock Music / Jennifer Rycenga [...].

Gen MT1.K32 1997.

Music--Instruction and study/Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge/Music theory/Musical criticism/Musicology/Music--Social aspects/Music--History and criticism.

3115. Solie, Ruth A. Musicology and difference : gender and sexuality in music scholarship. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. xi, 335 p.

Introduction: On "Difference" / Ruth A. Solie -- Systems of Difference. Gender and Other Dualities of Music History / Leo Treitler. Difference and Power in Music / John Shepherd. Loving It: Music and Criticism in Roland Barthes / Barbara Engh -- Cultural Contexts of Difference. Charles Ives and Gender Ideology / Judith Tick. The Ethnomusicologist as Midwife / Carol E. Robertson. Women as Musicians: A Question of Class / Nancy B. Reich -- Interpretive Strategies. Miriam Sings Her Song: The Self and the Other in Anthropological Discourse / Ellen Koskoff. Lesbian Fugue: Ethel Smyth's Contrapuntal Arts / Elizabeth Wood. Reading as an Opera Queen / Mitchell Morris. Schwarze Gredel and the Engendered Minor Mode in Mozart's Operas / Gretchen A. Wheelock -- Critical Readings. Opera; or, the Envoicing of Women / Carolyn Abbate. Britten's Dream / Philip Brett. Of Women, Music, and Power: A Model from Seicento Florence / Suzanne G. Cusick. Carnaval, Cross-Dressing, and the Woman in the Mirror / Lawrence Kramer. Narrative Agendas in "Absolute" Music: Identity and Difference in Brahms's Third Symphony / Susan McClary.

Gen ML3838.M960 1993.

Sexuality in music/Music--Psychological aspects/Musicology.

3116. Studer, Wayne. Rock on the wild side : gay male images in popular music of the rock era. 1st ed. San Francisco: Leyland Publications, 1994. 287 p.

Gen ML63.S78 1994.

Homosexuality and music.

3117. Tiber, Elliot. Knock on Woodstock : the uproarious, uncensored story of the Woodstock Festival, the gay man who made it happen, and how he earned his ticket to freedom Woodstock Festival. 1st ed. New York: Festival Books, 1994. xv, 268 p.

Gen ML38.W66T530 1994.

Tiber, Elliot/Gay men--United States--Biography/Coming out (Sexual orientation).

3118. Whiteley, Sheila. Sexing the groove : popular music and gender. London New York: Routledge, 1997. xxxvi, 353 p.

[...] 12. The Missing Links: Riot grrrl - feminism - lesbian culture / Mary Celeste Kearney -- 13. 'Rebel Girl, You are the Queen of My World': Feminism, 'subculture' and grrrl power / Marion Leonard [...].

Gen ML3470.S46 1997.

Sources for Further Reading and Research.Popular music--Social aspects/Sex in music.

3119. Whitely, Sheila. Sexing the groove : popular music and gender edited by Sheila Whitely. London New York: Routledge, 1997. xxxvi, 353 p.

Includes bibliographical references, index, and discography.

Gen ML3470.S46 1997.

Popular music--Social aspects/Sex in music.