Franz Schubert: Sexuality, Subjectivity, Song
Cambridge University Press, 18.09.2003 - 183 Seiten
This is the first book to examine Schubert's songs as active shaping forces in the culture of their era rather than as mere reflections of it. Responding to rising new forms of social organisation, Schubert discovered that songs could serve as a medium for shuffling and reshuffling the basic building blocks of identity and desire, especially sexual desire. His songs project a kaleidoscopic array of unexpected human types, all of whom are eligible for a sympathetic response, even the strangest and most disconcerting. Schubert sought to validate these subjective types without subordinating them to a central social or sexual norm. The book describes and contextualises this process and tracks it concretely in a wide variety of songs. Combining close attention to both music and poetry, the book addresses both specialists and non-specialists in a lively, accessible style unburdened by excessive jargon.
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Foreword by Ian Bent
Interpretive dramaturgy and social drama Schuberts Erster verlust
Undisciplined song scorings of the subject
Mermaid fancies Schuberts trout and the wish to be a woman
The Ganymede complex Schuberts songs and the homoerotic imagination
accompaniment aesthetic alternative arpeggios Bach bass beautiful becomes Beethoven beloved brook Carl Dahlhaus chord classical cultural cycle Death desire Die Forelle discourse disruptive interlude dissonant dominant Doppelganger double dramaturgy ErsterVerlust example expressive fantasy feminine figure final Forelle Franz Schubert Freud Friedrich Kittler Ganymed Ganymede Gliick Goethe Goethe's harmonic homosexual ideal identity interpretive dramaturgy Jacques Lacan Lawrence Kramer liebst lyric maiden major male mark masculine masochism masochistic means measures melisma melodic mermaid fancy miller maid minor modern motif movement narrative narrator nineteenth century norm Otto Erich Deutsch passage pederasty performance phrase piano pleasure poem Quint repetition revenant Romantic schone Mullerin Schu Schubert's songs Schubertian semitone sexual singer sings social song's speaker stanza strophes strophic structural suggests symbolic textual texture theme tion tonal tonic trans transcendental trope trout turns University Press unrationalized Urlinie virile vocal line voice voice's woman wound