Sonic Bodies: Text, Music, and Silence in Late Medieval England (Sound in History)

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Sonic Bodies: Text, Music, and Silence in Late Medieval England (Sound in History) - What is the body when it performs music? And what, conversely, is music as it reverberates throug...



What is the body when it performs music? And what, conversely, is music as it reverberates through or pours out of a performing body? Tekla Bude starts from a simple premise—that music requires a body to perform it—to rethink the relationship between music, matter, and the body in the late medieval period.

Progressing by way of a series of case studies of texts by Richard Rolle, Walter Hilton, Margery Kempe, Geoffrey Chaucer, William...

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