PRLog - March 8, 2010 - PADUCAH, Ky. -- "The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" traces the intersection of experimental music and new media through the works of composers and artists at the turn of twentieth century America. Composer Sabrina Peña Young, known for her controversial "World Order" multimedia series, explores feminism, new media and music from the 1950s to 2005 in this insightful historical survey newly released through Amazon.com and Third Millennium Digital Art & Music.
An invaluable addition to any music, visual arts, or historical library collection, "The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" gives a voice to the sights and sounds of innovative women such as Laurie Anderson, Alison Knowles, Brenda Hutchinson, Pauline Oliveros, Pamela Z, Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, Maggie Payne, Sylvia Pengilly, Madonna, Lydia Lunch, and countless others, who embraced social change, technology, and the arts to create compelling and sometimes controversial works.
"The Feminine Musique: Multimedia and Women Today" includes the valuable essay, "On Writing for Multimedia,"
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