Women and Music 26:1

Women and Music 26:1

Lisa Barg, Vanessa Blais-Tremblay, and Kimberly White

Table Of Contents

Volume 26 (2022)

Letter from the Editors
Lisa Barg, Vanessa Blais-Tremblay, and Kimberly White

“Mother City”: Mothering Work, Coloured Respectability, and the Making of Contemporary Kaapse Klopse
Francesca Inglese

Bess Disembodied: Camilla Williams’s (Re)Sounding of Black Womanhood in Porgy and Bess
Annie Kim

“Thus Do All Women”: Comedy, Sentimentality, Ambiguity, and a Così fan tutte for the #MeToo Era
Camille Rogers

Partial Special issue: Music, Sound, Maternity
Erin Johnson-Williams and Michelle Meinhart

Performing Maternal Suffering on the Operatic Stage: The Case of Marguerite in Gounod’s Faust
Molly C. Doran

Silencing “Savage” Soundscapes: Hearing C-Section Births in the British Imperial Record
Erin Johnson-Williams

“Is Your Baby Getting Enough Music?”: Musical Interventions into Gestational Labor
Eric Drott and Marie Thompson

Contractions, Cries, and COVID: The Traumatic Soundscapes of UK Lockdown Hospital Maternity Wards
Michelle Meinhart

Brought to Life by the Voice: Playback Singing and Cultural Politics in South India, by Amanda Weidman
Elizabeth Kramer

Unbinding Gentility: Women Making Music in the Nineteenth-Century South, by Candace Bailey
Lucy Caplan

Black Diamond Queens: African American Women and Rock and Roll, by Maureen Mahon
Kamilla Arku

The Female Voice in the Twentieth Century: Material, Symbolic, and Aesthetic Dimensions, by Serena Facci and Michela Garda, eds.
Elizabeth L. Keathley