Music, sound and silence in Buffy the vampire slayer /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Attinello, Paul Gregory., Halfyard, Janet K., 1966-, Knights, Vanessa.
Format: Book
Published: Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2010.
Series:Ashgate popular and folk music series.
Table of Contents:
  • "Bay city rollers. Now that's music" : Music as cultural code in Buffy the vampire slayer / Vanessa Knights
  • Love, death, curses, and reverses (in E minor) : Music, gender, and identity in Buffy the vampire slayer and Angel / Janet K. Halfyard
  • "What's my melody?" : Music and the deployment of genre in Buffy the vampire slayer / Louis Niebur
  • Variations on themes for geeks and heroes : Leitmotif, style and the musico-dramatic moment / Rob Haskins
  • "What rhymes with lungs?" : When music speaks louder than words / Arnie Cox and Rebecca Fülöp
  • Battling the buzz : Contesting sonic codes in Buffy the vampire slayer / Katy Stevens
  • And the rest is silence : Silence and death as motifs in Buffy the vampire slayer / Gerry Bloustien
  • Bronze things; things of bronze : Popular music cultures in Buffy the vampire slayer / Catherine Driscoll
  • More than a watcher : Buffy fans, amateur music videos, romantic slash, and intermedia / Rob Cover
  • "You're just a girl!" : Punk rock feminism and the new hero in Buffy the vampire slayer / Renée T. Coulombe
  • Punks, geeks, and goths : Buffy the vampire slayer as a study of popular music demographics on American commercial television / Kathryn Hill
  • Not "the same arrangement" : Breaking utopian promises in the Buffy musical / Diana Sandors and Rhonda V. Wilcox
  • "Give me something to sing about" : Intertextuality and the audience in "Once more, with feeling" / Amy Bauer
  • Rock, television, paper, musicals, scissors : Buffy, The Simpsons and parody / Paul Attinello.