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“Satan in high heels”: representation of the feminine in the American popular songbook and its impact on performance, interpretation, and audience reception

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2013-04-12
Title: “Satan in high heels”: representation of the feminine in the American popular songbook and its impact on performance, interpretation, and audience reception.
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Name(s): Bridwell Briner, Kathryn E., creator
Walters, Tim, creator
Graduate College
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2013-04-12
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University Digital Library [digital object]
Physical Description: text/pdf
Identifier: 3361912 (digitool), FADT3361912 (IID), fau:2240 (fedora)
Note(s): The Fourth Annual Graduate Research Day was organized by Florida Atlantic University’s Graduate Student Association. Graduate students from FAU Colleges present abstracts of original research and posters in a competition for monetary prizes, awards, and recognition.
Graduate student research from the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Subject(s): Feminism and music
Jazz vocals
Femininity in music
Jazz vocals
Cabaret
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fcla/dt/3361912
Restrictions on Access: Author retains copyright.
Owner Institution: FAU