Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity has 18 ratings and 1 review. sera said: This is no BS theory here, it’s a super thick read. I’m only about 40 pages. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity by Adam Krims (review) | Department of Music, McMaster University }. Yayoi U. Everett; Adam Krims. Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , Music Theory Spectrum.
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Jocelyn rated it it was amazing Sep 14, Ben Norton rated it really liked it Jun 21, The academy thus is moving beyond the limitations of linear intellectual analysis.
Selected pages Title Page. Music theory has been focused on classical music for many years; this book refocuses on the critical and more universal versions of music. Account Options Sign in. Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity. Choice Review In this serious book, Krims Univ. Thanks for telling us idenntity the problem.
BookDB marked it as to-read Sep 21, Two cases of localized and globalized musical poetics. Rap offered a creative outlet for mainly ghetto youth versed in social mussic, with textual allusions to opetics in African American sociology in spoken rhythm and rhyme.
He invented entirely new theories of ada. Duy rated it did not like it May 15, With a society that views life in a totality, many exemplars were soon isolated by the outraged, but other sentiments also found expression in the idiom. Ryan points out, however, quoting Lakota author Vine Deloria, Jr: It is unique for bringing together perspectives from music theory, musicology, cultural studies, critical theory, This is the first book to discuss in detail how rap music is put together musically.
Hardcover fo, pages. Cambridge ; New York: Through a trickster discourse, the narratives and art in this study deconstruct stereotypes and misrepresentations recycled through the past five centuries.
Ted rated it liked it Oct 23, Sibusisiwe Sebe marked it as to-read May 22, KC marked it as to-read Jan 09, His overriding concern is in delineating how rap music serves as a means through which identities are shaped and contested; hence, my one concern with the book is that the crucial issues around gender tap rap music are not addressed in a very significant way.
In the academy these productions of knowledge now are being examined and interrogated to challenge metanarrativesand to understand musjc and how respective cultures made meaning of reality through time and circumstance. Society for Music Theory members Sign in via society znd.
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Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity by Adam Krims
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Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity
Weston Bonczek marked it as to-read Jul 31, But students and scholars who accept the academic importance of the rap idiom an idealization of rap is already taking place in the works of young composers–Gregory Walker, for example will appreciate this contribution to the literature on contemporary music. Very well read as the excellent bibliography atteststhe author is encouraged by the “new” musicology, which is consciously more alert to sociology than it was in the past. They all merit attention.
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