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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:ProQuspat Dissertations & Thspaspa Global
Record Number:52726
Doc. No:TL22680
Call number:‭3166136‬
Main Entry:Nahla Mattar
Title & Author:Excitation and resonance: Compositional, technological, and socio-cultural correlation in "Scars"Nahla Mattar
College:Arizona State University
Date:2005
Degree:D.M.A.
student score:2005
Page No:146-146 p.
Abstract:The current study reveals how the political, the digital, and the compositional content is related in the author's work Scars . Philosophically, Scars aims to stimulate questions of choice in our highly cultural, pluralistic and interconnected world. The main theme depicts the essence of a young Arabic woman overcoming her grief through realizing the power of her body, ultimately achieving unity between body and soul. One of the most sensitive--and therefore misunderstood--issues prevalent in the Arabic/Islamic culture is the attitude toward the female body.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Scars; Interactive; Original composition; Excitation; Resonance; Compositional; Technological; Sociocultural; Music; 0413:Music
Added Entry:G. Hackbarth
Added Entry:Arizona State University