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... collaboration between sociologist Pierre Bourdieu and visual artist Hans Haacke. The writing of Byrnes and ...
Women Rockers and the Strategies of a Minority Position
Music and Arts in Action (2010) Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 20-47

This article is a distillation of an ethnography conducted in the fall of 2008 of female rock instrumentalists performing in bands in the Tampa, Florida bay area. The study looked into why there are comparatively very few female rock instrumentalists ...

... male-dominated field. The ethnography employs Pierre Bourdieu’s work on fields of cultural production ...
The Field of Cultural Production and the Limits of Freedom in Improvisation
Critical Studies in Improvisation (2013) Vol. 9, No. 1

In this paper I apply Pierre Bourdieu's work on the field of cultural production to understand the limits of freedom in improvisationally-based music practices. While arguing for an awareness of the limitations of Bourdieu's theory, I argue that the strategies ...

... In this paper I apply Pierre Bourdieu's work on the field of cultural production to understand the ...
... sociologist Pierre Bourdieu. Examines the primary forms and functions of the three main musical ...
... inspired by the cultural sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, are employed to consider how Ferré's work ...
"The Greatest Jazz Concert Ever:" Pierre Bourdieu and the Shifting Ontology of Bebop
Critical Studies in Improvisation (2009) Vol. 5, No. 1

On May 15, 1953, Toronto’s Massey Hall played host to what has become widely known in text books and collectors guides as “The Greatest Jazz Concert Ever.” The concert featured iconic bebop musicians Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles ...

... of Pierre Bourdieu to help unpack the complex web of social and textual factors involved in the ...
... of the magazine from a Bourdieuian point of view. According to Bourdieu not only the artists (writers ...
The Systems Model of Creativity: Analyzing the Distribution of Power in the Studio

It has been proposed that creativity comes about as result of a system in operation rather than, as a Romantic ethos would have it, being the result of the action of single individuals alone. Furthermore, Pierre Bourdieu has argued that ...

... . Furthermore, Pierre Bourdieu has argued that the field in which cultural production occurs can be described ... action of single individuals alone. Furthermore, Pierre Bourdieu has argued that the field in which ...
Performing the Patron: Betty Freeman and the Avnat-Garde
Tempo (2014) Vol. 68, No. 269, pp. 42-49

Little can be said about music during the last century without encountering the men and women who supported it financially. Pierre Bourdieu's impression that the services rendered freely for the good of society reinforce a symbolic debt between giver and ...

... supported it financially. Pierre Bourdieu's impression that the services rendered freely for the good ... last century without encountering the men and women who supported it financially. Pierre Bourdieu's ...
A Distinctive Politics: Handel Becomes Historically Informed in South Africa
South African Music Studies (2003) Vol. 23, pp. 1-11

Acceptance of the legitimacy of a particular performance style for a given repertoire is determined in part by considerations that are, in a broad sense, political. This assertion is explored through an examination of the social purposes that have been ...

... Messiah. Pierre Bourdieu's concepts of aesthetic distinction and habitus provide the starting point for ... performances of Handel's choral music, especially Messiah. Pierre Bourdieu's concepts of aesthetic distinction ...
Música, espacio andino y "habitus de clase": el caso del singular compositor argentino
Latin American Music Review (2010) Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 182-209

In spite of being considered as one of the greatest folklore composers of Argentina, the work and the thought of the Rolando "Chivo" Valladares (1918-2008) is little known. Considering the factors that had a bearing on his formation, this article ...

... category of "class habitus," proposed by Pierre Bourdieu, while it may be considered an expression ... case would show an exception to the category of "class habitus," proposed by Pierre Bourdieu, while it ...
Music performance in retrospect: Memories of New Brighton female vocalists' apartheid experiences
Muziki (2013) Vol. 10, pp. 60-71

From time immemorial music has been central to the African traditional way of life, expressing and depicting everyday experiences. Before recording technology necessitated the preservation of music performances, memory served as a storehouse of traditional music, life events and experiences. ...

... employed Pierre Bourdieu's notions of the field (context), habitus (worldview), and capital (gain ... researcher employed Pierre Bourdieu's notions of the field (context), habitus (worldview), and capital (gain ...
Music Performance in Retrospect: Memories of New Brighton Female Vocalists' Apartheid Experiences
Muziki (2013) Vol. 10, pp. 60-71

From time immemorial music has been central to the African traditional way of life, expressing and depicting everyday experiences. Before recording technology necessitated the preservation of music performances, memory served as a storehouse of traditional music, life events and experiences. ...

... employed Pierre Bourdieu's notions of the field (context), habitus (worldview), and capital (gain ... researcher employed Pierre Bourdieu's notions of the field (context), habitus (worldview), and capital (gain ...
"Fashioning Elite Identities: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, and Music Instruments as Symbolic Goods"
Music in Art (2014) Vol. 39, No. 1-2, pp. np

Musical instruments as physical objects played a crucial role in shaping the social identities of Pre-Raphaelite artists. Inspired by ideas about class and capital as advanced in La distinction: Critique sociale du jugement (1979) by the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, ...

... : Critique sociale du jugement (1979) by the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, this essay argues that ... : Critique sociale du jugement (1979) by the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, this essay argues that ...
'Stop flexing your roots, man': Reconversion strategies, consecrated heretics and the violence of UK first-wave punk
Punk & Post Punk (2014) Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 21-39

The article assesses how the reshaping of the habitus of UK punk's original working-class and lower-middle-class practitioners framed their investment in this heavily mediated popular music culture. A reshaping that facilitated an increased reflexivity in these more socially mobile subjects. ...

'Stop flexing your roots, man': Reconversion strategies, consecrated heretics and the violence of UK first-wave punk
Punk and Post Punk (2014) Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 21-39

The article assesses how the reshaping of the habitus of UK punk's original working-class and lower-middle-class practitioners framed their investment in this heavily mediated popular music culture. A reshaping that facilitated an increased reflexivity in these more socially mobile subjects. ...

Agency and Domination in Communicative Performance
Music and Arts in Action (2009) Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 30-42

Communicative approaches to musical composition and performance promote symbolic dialogue between performers and audiences, and seek to expand agency for all participants. Such approaches include the altering of performance rituals, the destabilizing of the performance space, and the use of ...

... practices address the issue of domination while remaining truly dialogical? Pierre Bourdieu’s ...