PAPERBACK EDITION PUBLISHED JULY 2016
Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright is famous around the world for his multi-faceted musical style, shown through both his recorded output and his engaging live performances. In this book, Katherine Williams combines aspects of his life story with scholarly readings drawn from several methodologies. Popular music studies, opera, queer studies, music and geography, the sound-box: all combine to give a rich biographical and interpretative overview of Wainwrightâ€™s life and music. Williams brings together close musical analysis and varied disciplinary perspectives with a tone that is both in-depth and scholarly, and accessible. The book is a must-read for fans, students and scholars alike. More details about Rufus Wainwright can be found at Williamsâ€™ recent blogpost on the Thinking About Music website.
Published: Jan 15, 2016
|List of Figures and Tables||Katherine Williams|
|Western Art Music and Pop: Conflict and Coherence||Katherine Williams|
|Opera, Gender and Sexuality||Katherine Williams|
|Place and Space||Katherine Williams|
|The Voice||Katherine Williams|