Caption: Bill King dusting his broom
Bill King dusting his broom 

Show 11: Art/Artist/Audience in Dylan' Songs

From: Bill King
Series: Shakespeare in the Alley: Bob Dylan's Poetics
Length: 59:13

Dylan's Relationship to His Art, to himself as Artist, and to his Audience

Prx2-broom_small Following up earlier references to the theme of art's relationship to the artist and his audience, this show compares Dylan's song in Romantic & Classical modes, his relationship to both folk and fine art, both popular and high culture as seen in such songs as "She Belongs to Me," "Visions of Johanna," and "When I Paint My Masterpiece."

The companion web site: http://www.dylanalley.org.

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Piece Description

Following up earlier references to the theme of art's relationship to the artist and his audience, this show compares Dylan's song in Romantic & Classical modes, his relationship to both folk and fine art, both popular and high culture as seen in such songs as "She Belongs to Me," "Visions of Johanna," and "When I Paint My Masterpiece."

The companion web site: http://www.dylanalley.org.

Transcript

These are available on the companion website: dylanalley.org.
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Timing and Cues

Four tracks provide three places for station ID. I prefer to have the show uninterrupted if possible.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
She Belongs to Me Dylan Bringing It All Back Home. Columbia 1965 05:00

Related Website

http://www.dylanalley.org