Twentieth-century Music and Politics: Essays in Memory of Neil Edmunds (BOK)

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When considering the role music played in the major totalitarian regimes of the century it is music's usefulness as propaganda that leaps first to mind. But as a number of the chapters in this volume demonstrate, there is a complex relationship both between art music and politicised mass culture, and between entertainment and propaganda. Nationality, self/other, power and ideology are the dominant themes of this book, whilst key topics include: music in totalitarian regimes; music as propaganda; music and national identity; emigre communities and composers; music's role in shaping identities of 'self' and 'other' and music as both resistance to and instrument of oppression. Taking the contributions together it becomes clear that shared experiences such as war, dictatorship, colonialism, exile and emigration produced different, yet clearly inter-related musical consequences.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2010 Forlag
BookPoint Ltd 3rd DBPTDIS ORPH
ISBN 9781409400264 Antall sider 314
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Andre medvirkende Pauline Fairclough
Emner og form Sociology: sport & leisure