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  • Rite of Spring: 75 Years of ABC Music-Makingby Martin Buzacott

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 19.97

    For three generations the ABC's symphony orchestras were a jewel in the crown of Australian culture, allowing audiences to hear Rubenstein, Tauber, Szell, Beecham, Schwarzkopf, Rostropovich and Klemperer in their primes, while providing career-long employment for Australia's own leading classical musicians. Much less well known is the fact that for... more...

  • The Death of the Actorby Martin Buzacott

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 48.95

    In The Death of the Actor Martin Buzacott launches an all-out attack on contemporary theatrical practice and performance theory which identifies the actor, rather than the director, as the key creative force in the performance of Shakespeare. Because actors are absent from the site of Shakespearean meaning, he argues, the illusion of their centrality... more...

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