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ISBN-10: 3927190845

ISBN-13: 9783927190849

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Let us be under no illusions: popular doesn’t necessarily mean progressive. ’ themselves and each other. Yet while this reproduces the connections between sound and power in the early modern period, it also reproduces the tensions those connections generated. So, on one hand, rock music, to take a genre, remains one of (too) many ‘bastions of laissez-faire capitalism’ (Buxton, 1983, 438). Yet, on the other hand, modern music’s materialistic and commercial imperatives might themselves disturb those imperatives: Rock music is consumer capitalism writ too large, and some performers, especially since punk, cultivate artificiality rather than authenticity.

Likewise, Wainwright expressed his musical fluency, and his perception of the fluidity of gendered, sexual and Shakespearean roles, by casting Jeff Buckley as an Ophelia figure in his song ‘Memphis Skyline’. Unsurprisingly, Wainwright’s suitability as a combiner of Shakespeare and popular music found other outlets that allowed him to challenge perceptions of gender, sexuality and popular song. In 2009, he collaborated with the director Robert Wilson and Bertholt Brecht’s Berliner Ensemble, providing musical accompaniment to a cross-dressing staging of the Sonnets.

In the 2009 staging of Romeo and Juliet at London’s Globe Theatre, directed by Dominic Dromgoole, the composer Nigel Hess sought to ‘create music which is part of Verona’s world, albeit heard through the ears of English Elizabethans’. Hess took ‘inspiration’ from the ‘vibrant, bawdy’ tenor of the definitively popular ‘street music of Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries’, especially forms like the villanelle, ‘the street equivalent of the more upmarket madrigal’. The show began with a rendition of Filippo Azzaiolo’s ‘Chi passa per sta strada’ (‘He who passes this way’) from the 1500s, and was interspersed with songs that combined early modern lyrics (translated from Renaissance Italian, and by English Renaissance poets) with ‘new tunes’.

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