A season of singing is a highly sophisticated analysis of the different factors shaping feminist jewish songwriting in america offering careful reflection on the spaces for jewish feminist musical culture and drawing attention to the politics and practices of gendered expression especially in the intersections between gender and spirituality tina k ramnarine professor of music royal holloway university of london. A season of singing creating feminist jewish music in the united states hbi series on jewish women kindle edition by sarah m ross author. In the 1960s jewish music in america began to evolve traditional liturgical tunes developed into a blend of secular and sacred sound that became known in the 1980s as american nusach chief among these developments was the growth of feminist jewish songwriting in this lively study sarah m ross brings together scholarship on jewish liturgy us history and musical ethnology to . A season of singing creating feminist jewish music in the united states is the fifty second volume in the hbi series on jewish women and the first in the series to deal with music. A season of singing creating feminist jewish music in the united states sarah m ross home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced search find a library covid 19 resources reliable information
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