A Selected Bibliography of Writings By and About Bernard Shaw Concerning Music

@article{Pharand2019ASB,
  title={A Selected Bibliography of Writings By and About Bernard Shaw Concerning Music},
  author={Michel W. Pharand},
  journal={SHAW: The Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={39},
  pages={111 - 127}
}
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"True of Voice": Shaw, Florence Farr, and George J. Lee's The Voice

abstract:This article investigates the origins of Bernard Shaw's interest in the voice and traces the effects on his work. Conducting a contextual analysis of The Voice (1870), a singer's handbook

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Series Editors' Preface Introduction 1. Towards a Modernist Condition of Absolute Music 2. Joyce's Early Use of Music 3. Joyce's fuga per canonem: A Case of Structure 4. Joyce's fuga per canonem: A

British Literature and Classical Music: Cultural Contexts 1870-1945

Introduction: Approaches to Classical Music in British Literature, 1870-1945: Theory and Practice 1. The Liberalization of Music in Aesthetic Literature: Pater and Oxford 2. Modernism's Distinctive

George Bernard Shaw on Shakespearian Music and the Actor

HE use of technological gadgets in manipulating the range and volume of the human voice has had the most deleterious effects upon the theater and, more particularly, on Shakespearian acting. Through
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