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A national acoustics : music and mass publicity in Weimar and Nazi Germany

Author: Brian Currid
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2006.
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In A National Acoustics, Brian Currid investigates the transformations of music in mass culture from the Weimar Republic to the end of the Nazi regime. Currid illustrates the contradictions between Germany's social and cultural histories and how the technologies of recording were vital to the emergence of a national imaginary and exposed the fault lines in the contested terrain of mass communication.
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Currid, Brian.
National acoustics.
Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2006
(DLC) 2006001059
(OCoLC)63122747
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Currid
ISBN: 9780816694198 0816694192
OCLC Number: 166289748
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 279 p.) : ill.
Contents: German sounds, sounding German, and the acoustics of publicity --
Radio, mass publicity, and national fantasy --
The Schlager and the Singer film : organs of experience and the history of subjectivity --
"Musik" and "Musick" : "opus music" and mass culture --
"Songs the gypsy plays for us" : racial fantasy, music, and the state.
Responsibility: Brian Currid.

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In A National Acoustics, Brian Currid investigates the transformations of music in mass culture from the Weimar Republic to the end of the Nazi regime. Currid illustrates the contradictions between Germany's social and cultural histories and how the technologies of recording were vital to the emergence of a national imaginary and exposed the fault lines in the contested terrain of mass communication.

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