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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: Gender, age and musical creativity, Catherine Haworth and Lisa Colton; ‘Something revolting’: women, creativity and music over 50, Sophie Fuller. Part I Performing Identity in Early European Musical Culture: Noblewomen and music in Italy, c.1430-1520: looking past Isabella, Tim Shephard; Age, masculinity and music in early modern England, Kirsten Gibson; From castrato to bass: the late roles of Nicolò Grimaldi ‘Nicolini’, Anne Desler. Part II Gendered Musical Communities: Music as a lifelong pursuit for bandsmen in the southern Pennines, c.1840-1914: reflections on working-class masculinity, Stephen Etheridge; Intergenerational relationships: the case of the society of women musicians, Laura Seddon; Professionalism and reception in the New York composers’ forum: intersections of age and gender, Melissa J. de Graaf. Part III Contemporary Creative Practices and Identities: Urchins and angels: little orphan Annie and clichés of child singers, Jacqueline Warwick; ‘Across the evening sky’: the late voices of Sandy Denny, Judy Collins and Nina Simone, Richard Elliott; Sanctuaries for social outsiders: a queer archive of feelings in songs by The Smiths, Mimi Haddon; 'New music' as patriarchal category, Lauren Redhead; multiple/radical/forms/comma/traces/creativity/of/constraint: a piece for solo voice and various accompaniment, Caroline Lucas. Bibliography; Index.