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Reason, Ventriloquism, and National Music Memory Contests

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Abstract

Roland Barthes’s well-known essay, “The Grain of the Voice,” establishes that singing is a relation between the voice and the body, or, more precisely, the voice discloses a bodily presence. This “grain” or imprint of the body, he goes on to say, are palpably evident in the singer’s voice texture, her diction, and emotion.

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Black Church Music Education Teacher Manual Folk Music Bodily Presence 
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  1. 6.
    See, for example, Bobbitt, “A City School as a Community Art and Musical Center.” More recently, Soderman and Folkestad, in “How Hip Hop Musicians Learn: Strategies in Informal Creative Music Making,” Music Education Research 6, no. 3 (2004): 314–26Google Scholar
  2. 7.
    See the biography of conductor Theodore Thomas, The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas by J. Russell (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1927).Google Scholar

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