Read the Music

Read the Music Music touches everything It pervades our memory accompanies us through emotion and history and becomes the lens through which we understand culture or politics The essays in Read the Music are just

  • Title: Read the Music
  • Author: Beth Winegarner
  • ISBN: 9781847287168
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Music touches everything It pervades our memory, accompanies us through emotion and history, and becomes the lens through which we understand culture or politics The essays in Read the Music are just as wide ranging The book kicks off with a ride through the post 9 11 landscape alongside Tori Amos and 12 cover songs she calls girls, and concludes with a treatise onMusic touches everything It pervades our memory, accompanies us through emotion and history, and becomes the lens through which we understand culture or politics The essays in Read the Music are just as wide ranging The book kicks off with a ride through the post 9 11 landscape alongside Tori Amos and 12 cover songs she calls girls, and concludes with a treatise on Zoon, the album by British death metal outfit Nefilim that retells an ancient Apocryphal text In between, there s dialogue with Russian heiress Anastasia Romanov on the nature of trauma survival, the songs that might be sung by a robotic girl in love with the world, and a trip to the deepest part of the Scandinavian winter If you ve ever loved music, if you ve ever found it seeping into every aspect of your life, then you will understand Read the Music, even if you ve never heard these songs before.

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    1. With an original perspective on musical analysis, Winegarner does an excellent job of penning her love of music and those who craft it, as well as elucidates the power of music, itself. Through her personal connections to song and years of journalistic experience, Winegarner skillfully pulls together histories of the writing of artists such as The Doors, Tori Amos, and Live, shedding light on each artist's creative process. Beyond merely setting the inspiration of the muse to meter, Winegarner e [...]

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