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Contributors amy brosius is a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, UK. She specializes in seventeenth-century Italian singers, singing culture, vocal music, and early modern gender construction. Dr. Brosius received her PhD in musicology at New York University under Suzanne Cusick. She is currently finishing a monograph on the career of the seventeenth-century Roman court singer Leonora Baroni. At Birmingham Dr. Brosius runs an ensemble where students explore performance issues surrounding modern performances of early modern chamber duets and trios, including period vocal technique, ornamentation, and gesture. annamaria cecconi is professor of poetry for music and musical dramaturgy at the Conservatorio Statale di Musica "A. Pedrollo," Vicenza, Italy. Her recent research focuses on representations of masculinity in late nineteenth-century Italian opera, gendered reception and female opera audience, exchanges between actresses and opera singers, and Gemma Bellincioni's biography. She is the Italian editor and translator of S. McClary, Georges Bizet: Carmen (Rugginenti, 2007). Recent and forthcoming publications include "Knives and Tears: Representations of Masculinity in Late Nineteenth Century Italian Opera," in Masculinity and Western Musical Practice, ed. Ian Biddle and Kirsten Gibson (Ashgate, 2008); "Il genere del pubblico: Questioni per una storia della ricezione femminile nelle arti della scena. Introduzione," http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture University of Nebraska Press

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Abstract

amy brosius is a lecturer at the University of Birmingham, UK. She specializes in seventeenth-century Italian singers, singing culture, vocal music, and early modern gender construction. Dr. Brosius received her PhD in musicology at New York University under Suzanne Cusick. She is currently finishing a monograph on the career of the seventeenth-century Roman court singer Leonora Baroni. At Birmingham Dr. Brosius runs an ensemble where students explore performance issues surrounding modern performances of early modern chamber duets and trios, including period vocal technique, ornamentation, and gesture. annamaria cecconi is professor of poetry for music and musical dramaturgy at the Conservatorio Statale di Musica "A. Pedrollo," Vicenza, Italy. Her recent research focuses on representations of masculinity in late nineteenth-century Italian opera, gendered reception and female opera audience, exchanges between actresses and opera singers, and Gemma Bellincioni's biography. She is the Italian editor and translator of S. McClary, Georges Bizet: Carmen (Rugginenti, 2007). Recent and forthcoming publications include "Knives and Tears: Representations of Masculinity in Late Nineteenth Century Italian Opera," in Masculinity and Western Musical Practice, ed. Ian Biddle and Kirsten Gibson (Ashgate, 2008); "Il genere del pubblico: Questioni per una storia della ricezione femminile nelle arti della scena. Introduzione,"

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Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and CultureUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Sep 10, 2015

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