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The twisted muse : musicians and their music in the Third Reich

作者: Michael H Kater
出版商: New York : Oxford University Press, 1997.
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Is music removed from politics? To what ends, beneficent or malevolent, can music and musicians be put? In short, when human rights are grossly abused and politics turned to fascist demagoguery, can art and artists be innocent? These questions and their implications are explored in Michael Kater's broad survey of musicians and the music they composed and performed during the Third Reich. Great and small - from
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Michael H Kater
ISBN: 0195096207 9780195096200
OCLC系統控制編碼: 34281264
獎賞: Canadian Historical Society-Societe Historique du Canada Wallace K. Ferguson Prize, 1998.
描述: xv, 327 p. ; 24 cm.
内容: 1. National Socialism, the Third Reich, and the Music Scene --
2. Musical Professionalism and Political Compromise --
3. Persecuted and Exiled Jewish and Anti-Nazi Musicians --
4. Music in the Institutions --
5. Dissonance and Deviance.
責任: Michael H. Kater.
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Michael Kater's work probes the relationship of music with society and politics in the Nazi system, 1933-1945. It addresses the question whether the Nazi regime, which utilized music and musicians  再讀一些...

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