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Music, collective memory, trauma and nostalgia in European cinema after the Second World War

Author: Michael Baumgartner; Ewelina Boczkowska
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2020. ©2020
Series: Music and sound on the international screen.
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In the wake of World War II, the arts and culture of Europe became a site where the devastating events of the 20th century were remembered and understood. Exploring one of the most integral elements of the cinematic experience--music--the essays in this volume consider the numerous ways in which post-war European cinema dealt with memory, trauma and nostalgia, showing how the music of these films shaped the  Read more...
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Music, collective memory, trauma and nostalgia in European cinema after the Second World War.
New York : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2019020591
(OCoLC)1112132258
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Baumgartner; Ewelina Boczkowska
ISBN: 1315298457 9781315298429 1315298422 9781315298436 1315298430 9781315298443 1315298449 9781315298450
OCLC Number: 1113314540
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 314 pages)
Contents: Collective Memory and (Trans)Nation. A Fanfare Floating Beneath Sea Level: Music as a Sonic Lieu de Mémoire of Dutch Cultural Identity on Film / Emile Wennekes --
Which People's Music? Witnessing the Popular in the Musicscape of Giuseppe De Santis's Riso amaro (1949, Bitter Rice) / Maurizio Corbella --
Phantoms of Italian Opera: Cultural Memory in Italian and (West) German Films / Roger Hillman --
A Bridge Too Far? Music in the British War Film, 1945-80 / Mervyn Cooke --
Trauma and Survival. Hidden in Plain View: The Music of Holocaust Survival in Poland's First Post-war Feature Film / Barbara Milewski --
Empathy, Ethics, and Film Music: Alfred Schnittke and Larisa Shepit'ko's Voskhozhdenie (1977, The Ascent) / Maria Cizmic --
Fugue States: Music, Memory, and Trauma in Alain Resnais's Early 1960s Films / Michael Baumgartner and Orlene Denice McMahon --
Re-Sounding Trauma: Sonic Flashbacks in the Films of Jan Troell / Alexis Luko --
Nostalgia, and the Impossible Returns Home. Decomposing Heroism: Rolf Wilhelm's Music for Radetzkymarsch (1965) / Janina Müller and Tobias Plebuch --
The Music of Sacrificial Acts: Displacement, Redemption, Beethoven and Verdi in Andrei Tarkovsky's Nostalghia (1983) / Tobias Pontara --
Chopin meant everything to us then: Chopin Nostalgia in Polish Cinema, 1944-91 / Ewelina Boczkowska --
Returning Home: Critical Nostalgia and French Cinematic Illusion in the Post-war Musical Films of René Clair and Jean Renoir / Hannah Lewis.
Series Title: Music and sound on the international screen.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Baumgartner, Cleveland State University, USA, and Ewelina Boczkowska, Youngstown State University, USA.

Abstract:

In the wake of World War II, the arts and culture of Europe became a site where the devastating events of the 20th century were remembered and understood. Exploring one of the most integral elements of the cinematic experience--music--the essays in this volume consider the numerous ways in which post-war European cinema dealt with memory, trauma and nostalgia, showing how the music of these films shaped the representation of the past. The contributors consider films from the United Kingdom, Poland, the Soviet Union, France, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands, providing a diverse and well-rounded understanding of film music in the context of historical memory. Memory is often underrepresented within scholarly musical studies, with most of these applications found in the disciplines of ethnomusicology, popular music studies, music cognition, and psychology and music therapy. Likewise, trauma has mainly been studied in relation to music in only a few historical contexts, while nostalgia has attracted even less academic attention. In three parts, this volume addresses each area of study as it relates to the music of European cinema from 1945 to 1989, applying an interdisciplinary approach to investigate how films use music to negotiate the precarious relationships we maintain with the past. Music, Collective Memory, Trauma, and Nostalgia in European Cinema after the Second World War offers compelling arguments as to what makes music such a powerful medium for memory, trauma and nostalgia.

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