Utterance, Ritual, Expression: Why Singing Makes Us Human with Susan Narucki -- To Be Musical

Utterance, Ritual, Expression: Why Singing Makes Us Human with Susan Narucki -- To Be Musical

First Aired: 4/2/2013

Length: 57 minutes


Grammy winning soprano on the meaning of song.
 
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Grammy winning soprano and UC San Diego Professor of Music Susan Narucki presents how singing drives -- and is driven by -- a need to communicate and understand the human experience. She demonstrates, through singing, the possibilities of the unique fusion of word, sound and meaning that is integral to Western Art Music. Naruckiís lecture is the fifth in the series, To Be Musical, sponsored by Eleanor Roosevelt College at UC San Diego.
 
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