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Made in Hungary : studies in Hungarian popular music

Author: Emília Barna; Tamás Tófalvy
Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, 2017.
Series: Routledge global popular music series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emília Barna; Tamás Tófalvy
ISBN: 9781138915879 1138915874
OCLC Number: 951778667
Description: xi, 192 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction: the study of popular music in Hungary / Emília Barna --
Scenes, cultures and identities --
Setting up a tent in the "new Europe": the Sziget festival of Budapest / Anna Szemere and Márta Kata Nagy --
Taming the extreme: Hungarian black metal in the mainstream publicity / Attila Gyulai --
Learned helplessness of a cultural scene: the Hungarian contemporary jazz scene through the eyes of its participants / Réka Szabó --
A translocal music room of one's own: female musicians within the Budapest lo-fi music scene / Emília Barna --
History, politics and remembering --
The songs remain the same: structures of cultural politics of retro in Hungarian pop music / Ferenc Hammer --
"Hungarian in form, socialist in content": the concept of national dance music in Stalinist Hungary (1949-1956) / Ádám Ignácz --
Paper mohawk: on a missing Hungarian punk monograph / Norbert Vass --
"Nothing but the music" : the history of Hungarian funk music / József Havasréti --
Artists, receptions and audiences --
The insecure village girl who found success, and her gentle deconstructions: Bea Palya / András Rónai --
"Gloomy Sunday": the Hungarian "suicide hymn" between the myths and interpretations / Ágnes Patakfalvi --
"This kind of music informs you about the present state of the world": DJ Palotai's position within the contemporary Hungarian underground culture / Sándor Kálai --
The way they were: subcultural experiences of Emo fans from a retrospective aspect / Ádám Guld --
The growth of the Hungarian popular music repertoire: who creates it and how does it find the audience? / Dániel Antal --
Coda: "my genes in my suitcase, my forehead in the atmosphere": perceptions of Hungarian popular music and its research abroad / Anna Szemere
Series Title: Routledge global popular music series.
Responsibility: edited by Emília Barna and Tamás Tófalvy.

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