The Music of European Nationalism: Cultural Identity and Modern History, Volym 1

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ABC-CLIO, 2004 - 423 sidor

Nationalism in Europe resonates through music--from folk song to marches, from operas to anthems--giving voice in this reference resource to the makers of modern history.

* Includes a glossary defining terms such as Deutscher tanz, Edda, Ausgleich, ballad, and illustrations such as Das Deutschlandlied and the World War I recording project

* Includes an audio CD with musical examples from fieldwork and some of Europe's foremost performers

 

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Chapter One Music and Nationalism Why Do We Love to Hate Them?
1
Chapter Two The European NationState in History
35
Chapter Three National Music
81
Chapter Four Nationalist Music
117
Chapter Five In the Belly of the Beast Music and Nation in Central Europe
161
Chapter Six Europeans without Nations Music at and beyond the Borders of the NationState
209
Chapter Seven The New Europeanness New Musics and New Nationalisms
276
Epilogue The New as the Old the Old as the New
332
CD Notes and Commentary
345
Glossary
355
Bibliography
363
Index
414
About the Author
423
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Om författaren (2004)

Philip V. Bohlman is the Mary Werkman Professor of the Humanities and of Music and chair of Jewish studies at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

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