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Post-Ottoman Turkey : classical European music & opera

Author: Arnold Reisman
Publisher: [Charleston, S.C. : BookSurge Publishing], ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Paul Hindemith; Carl Ebert; Eduard Zuckmayer; Béla Bartók; Licco Amar; Ernst Praetorius
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arnold Reisman
ISBN: 1439205388 9781439205389
OCLC Number: 428639575
Notes: Cover designed in Turkey, publication funded by the Turkish Cultural Foundation of Washington DC.
Description: 147 p. : ill., ports., facsims. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Historical background. History through the Ottoman period ; Western classical music during the Ottoman Empire ; Opera and the Ottomans ; Classical music and opera in post-WWI Europe ; The oxymoron of Nazism and culture --
The Turkish Republic's thirst for western culture. Atatürk's plan for cultural transformation ; A tragedy turned into an opportunity --
Among those invited. Paul Hindemith ; Carl Ebert ; Eduard K. Zuckmayer ; Bela Bartók ; Licco Amar ; Dr. Ernst Praetorius ; Other invited talent --
Western music, opera, and ballet : some of Turkey's first generation. Composers : Adnan Saygun, Nevit Kodalli, Cetin Isokozlu ; Performers : Leyla Gencer ; Turkey's second generation : Yelda Kodalli, Suna Kan --
Here and now. Istanbul : Europe's emerging cultural capital ; Turkey's annual international music festivals ; Guher and Suher Pekinel ; Ballet and modern dance --
Music and Islam --
Memories and testimonials --
The foundation.
Responsibility: Arnold Reisman.

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