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‘A SILENT AND INVISIBLE PRESSURE’: A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH EIGHT JAPANESE WOMEN COMPOSERS

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 September 2019

Abstract

On 27 August 2018, the first Women Composers Meeting (中堅女性作曲家サミット vol. 1) was held at the Social Business Lab in Tokyo as part of the Project PPP Summer Composition Academy. Eight Japanese women composers in their mid-thirties to early forties were invited to speak: Noriko Koide, Yu Kuwabara, Tomoko Momiyama, Chikako Morishita (moderator), Akiko Ushijima, Ai Watanabe, Yukiko Watanabe, and Akiko Yamane. This article is a compilation drawn from their three-hour discussion as well as from the opening and closing dialogues. All conversations were held in Japanese and are here translated for publication by the author with the aid of Michiko Saiki.

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1 Noriko Hirataka, ‘Nobu Kōda's Investigation into the State of Affairs of Music in Europe’ (in Japanese), Studies in Art 7, Bulletin of Tamagawa University, College of Arts (2015), pp. 13–17.

2 Santone, Jessica, ‘Archiving Fluxus Performances in Mieko Shiomi's “Spatial Poem”’, in Across the Great Divide: Modernism's Intermedialities from Futurism to Fluxus, ed. Townsend, Christopher, Trott, Alex and Davies, Rhys (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014), pp. 120–36Google Scholar.

3 Barrett, G. Douglas, The Silent Network: The Music of Wandelweiser (NY: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), p. 40Google Scholar.

6 ‘con:temporaries’ on 4 March 2017: https://zkm.de/en/event/2017/03/contemporaries.

7 11 July 2018: https://note.mu/ailuybkub/n/nffbd54ecef88 (in Japanese).

8 Taken from Suntory official website (in Japanese), www.suntory.co.jp/sfa/music/akutagawa/winner.html.

9 A regional city in the middle of Japan's main island.

10 See Keychange, at https://keychange.eu/.

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