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Silent accusations, incriminating voices: not speaking one's mind in the infernal machine of Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex

posted on 2023-06-07, 22:45 authored by Nicholas McKay
Stravinsky/Cocteau/Oedipus: Myth, Music and Modernism A colloquium on the Stravinsky/Cocteau 'Oedipus Rex' Wednesday 7th July 2004; The Victoria Rooms, University of Bristol The Third Marks Conference of the Institute for Hellenic & Roman Studies, University of Bristol, in association with the Centre for the Classical Tradition. The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars studying the different traditions of twentieth-century music, modern French drama and the reception of classical culture, both to explore different aspects of this particular work and to consider its place in the wider cultural context.


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Third Marks Conference of the Institute for Hellenic and Roman Studies: 'Stravinsky/Cocteau/Oedipus: Myth, Music and Modernism: a colloquiem on the Stravinsky/Cocteau Oedipus Rex'

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