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Music and German national identity

Author: Celia Applegate; Pamela Maxine Potter
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Over the past three centuries, supporters of German music ranging from music scholars to politicians have nurtured the notion that the German speaking world possesses a peculiar strength in the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Celia Applegate; Pamela Maxine Potter
ISBN: 0226021300 9780226021300 0226021319 9780226021317
OCLC Number: 48501092
Description: x, 319 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Germans as the "people of music" : genealogy of an identity / Celia Applegate and Pamela Potter --
Reconstructing ideal types of the "German" in music / Bernd Sponheuer --
Einheit--Freiheit--Vaterland : intimations of utopia in Robert Schumann's late choral music / John Daverio --
Wagner's Die Meistersinger as national opera (1868-1945) / Thomas S. Grey --
Landscape--region--nation--Reich : German folk song in the nexus of national identity / Philip V. Bohlman --
Kein schöner Land : the Spielschar Ekkehard and the struggle to define German national identity in the Weimar Republic / Bruce Campbell --
Hosanna or "Hilf, o Herr uns" : national identity, the German Christian movement, and the "dejudaization" of sacred music in the Third Reich / Doris L. Bergen --
National and Universal : Thomas Mann and the paradox of "German" music / Hans Rudolf Vaget --
Culture, society, and politics in the cosmos of "Hans Pfitzner the German" / Michael H. Kater --
"Für eine neue deutsche Nationaloper" : opera in the discourses of unification and legitimation in the German Democratic Republic / Joy Haslam Calico --
Darmstadt, postwar experimentation, and the West German search for a new musical identity / Gesa Kordes --
American jazz in the German Cold War / Uta G. Poiger --
Postwar German popular music : Americanization, the Cold War, and the post-Nazi Heimat / Edward Larkey --
On the history of the "Deutschlandlied" / Jost Hermand --
Ethnicity and musical identity in the Czech lands : a group of vignettes / Bruno Nettl --
"Is that not something for Simplissimus?!" the belief in musical superiority / Albrecht Riethmul̈ler.
Responsibility: edited by Celia Applegate and Pamela Potter.
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