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This contributory volume, the first book of its kind, provides a snapshot of the ways in which discourse about Western music and race overlapped and became intertwined during the period from Wagner's death to the rise of National Socialism and fascism elsewhere in Europe. At these two framing moments such overlapping was at its most explicit: Wagner's racially inflected 'regeneration theories' were at one end and institutionalised cultural racism at the other.

Julie Brown's introduction, 'Music, History, Trauma: Western Music and Race, 1883–1933', does more than simply outline the book's concerns and contents. It is in itself an essay of notable substance. In art and politics they were also, of course, tied to the powerful and problematic legacy of Richard Wagner

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The book provides an enticing introduction for students and beginners, using the minimum of technical terms, all .

The book provides an enticing introduction for students and beginners, using the minimum of technical terms, all straightforwardly defined in the glossary. Its perspective and its insights will also make it illuminating for teachers, musicians and music lovers.

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Cambridge University Press. The book seeks to provide insights into the key national contexts in which such discourses circulated in the interim period, as well as to reflect a range of archival, historical, critical, and philosophical approaches to the topic. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

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This contributory volume, the first book of its kind, provides a snapshot of the ways in which discourse about Western music and race overlapped and became intertwined during the period from Wagner's death to the rise of National Socialism and fascism elsewhere in Europe. At these two framing moments such overlapping was at its most explicit: Wagner's racially inflected 'regeneration theories' were at one end and institutionalised cultural racism at the other. The book seeks to provide insights into the key national contexts in which such discourses circulated in the interim period, as well as to reflect a range of archival, historical, critical, and philosophical approaches to the topic. National contexts covered include Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Great Britain and North America. The contributors to the volume are leading scholars in the field, and the book contains many illustrative music examples and images which bring the subject matter to life.
Western Music and Race download epub
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Author: Julie Brown
ISBN: 0521838878
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 17, 2007)
Pages: 308 pages