Utah Urban Pioneers: Saul Broudy's Dissertation on Utah Phillips

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Title Utah Urban Pioneers: Saul Broudy's Dissertation on Utah Phillips
Alternative Title The Effect of Performer-Audience Interaction on Performance Strategies: "Moose-Turd Pie" in Context
Creator Broudy, Saul
Contributor Phillips, Utah; Stewart, Polly, 1943-2013
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1982
Date Digital 2013
Temporal Coverage 1982
Description A polished draft of Saul Broudy's PhD thesis, which was sent to Polly Stewart for reviewing, was then preserved by Ms. Stewart as archives. Paper copy of final version available through the Marriott Library. This scan includes the introduction and conclusion, as well as a transcript of part of a memoir by Utah Phillips
Spatial Coverage Philadelphia (Pa.); Utah
Subject Folk music; Phillips, Utah; Humorists, American -- History and criticism; Linguistic analysis (Linguistics); Audiences; American wit and humor
Abstract A comparative analysis of folk musician Utah Phillips's two performances, one in Philadelphia, the other in Utah, this study examines the relationship between performance strategy and audience response. It draws the conclusion that during the course of the performance, performer and audience become "conditioned" to each other, and the performer is continuously adjusting his strategic presentation to suit the situation.
Type Text
Genre Ephemera
Format application/pdf
Extent 9.9 MB
Language eng
Rights This material may be protected by copyright. Permission may be required for use in any form. For further information please contact Alison Regan, Head of Scholarship and Education Services at the J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah: alison.regan@utah.edu
ARK ark:/87278/s61j9vqh
Setname uu_utfolklore
Date Created 2013-07-01
Date Modified 2014-02-10
ID 716367
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s61j9vqh
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