Add this to your “need to read” list!
My book has a webpage! Music After the Fall: Modern Composition and Culture Since 1989 will be published in February 2017 by University of California Press. And it will look like this:
That’s Roseanne Hunt of ELISION, surgically attacking her cello in a performance of John Rodgers’ TULP: the body public.
Still some way to go before the book hits the shelves, but this feels like a big moment. Here’s the official blurb:
Music after the Fall is the first book to survey contemporary Western art music within the transformed political, cultural, and technological environment of the post–Cold War era. In this book, Tim Rutherford-Johnson considers musical composition against this changed backdrop, placing it in the context of globalization, digitization, and new media. Drawing connections with the other arts, in particular visual art and architecture, he expands the definition of Western art music to include forms of composition…
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