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This article examines the degree to which characters in Wagner's Ring might be heard to control the orchestra for specific rhetorical purposes. Using Edward Cone's work as a starting point, I adopt a "fully diegetic" perspective in which music is understood as a physical presence in the Ring, a...
This article develops what Deleuze and Guattari call an assemblage around Debussy's L'Isle joyeuse in order to account for its signifying power in terms of territory, time, and desire. An assemblage is a multiplicity that territorializes natural, cultural, biological, and artistic phenomena in...
Critics have long viewed Mahler's Sixth Symphony in A Minor (1904) as the composer's consummate essay in musical tragedy or negativity, one with deeply personal implications. Its enormous finale draws together materials from all the preceding movements and enacts a terrible conflict ending in...
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