Between Registers: Coming In and Out Through Musical Performance in Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark

@article{Boutry2000BetweenRC,
  title={Between Registers: Coming In and Out Through Musical Performance in Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark},
  author={Katherine Boutry},
  journal={Legacy},
  year={2000},
  volume={17},
  pages={187 - 201}
}
For some of us, it might be that the most intense and important way we express or enact identity through the circulation of physical pleasure is in musical activity, and that our "sexual identity" might be "musician" more than it is "lesbian' "gay, or straight. Suzanne Cusick ("On a Lesbian Relationship with Music" 70) On November 27, 1897, Willa Cather's opinion of Jules-Emile-Frederic Massenet's Herodiade appeared in the Courier. Cather wrote, [The Herodiade is] full of that ever present… Expand
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