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Songs of social protest : international perspectives

Author: Aileen Dillane; Martin J Power; Eoin Devereux; Amanda Haynes
Publisher: London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Series: Protest, media and culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Songs of Social Protest is a comprehensive, cutting-edge companion guide to music and social protest globally. Bringing together established and emerging scholars from a range of fields, it explores a wide range of examples of, and contexts for, songs and their performance that have been deployed as part of local, regional and global social protest movements.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Songs of social protest.
London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
(DLC) 2018002293
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aileen Dillane; Martin J Power; Eoin Devereux; Amanda Haynes
ISBN: 9781786601254 1786601257 9781786601261 1786601265
OCLC Number: 1020295330
Description: x, 672 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Cover; Songs of Social Protest; Series page; Songs of Social Protest: International Perspectives; Copyright page; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Protest and the African American Experience; Chapter 1; Social Protest and Resistance in African American Song; The Oral Tradition; Language; Georgia Sea Island Singers; From Jim Crow to the Civil Rights Movement; Conclusions; Notes; Chapter 2; "You'll Never Hear Kumbaya the Same Way Again"; Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?; Come By Hyar; Which Side Are You On?; Singing Their Freedom; The Kumbaya Law; Black Liberation Then and Now Taking Back "the real Kumbaya"Notes; Chapter 3; Billie Holiday's Popular Front Songs of Protest; "Strange Fruit," Café Society and the Left; "High Art" From Below; "Strange Fruit" for Billie Holiday; God Bless the Child; Race, Class, and the Musician as Organic Intellectual; Conclusion; Notes; Protest Genealogies; Chapter 4; Songs of Social Protest, Then and Now; Sociology and Music; Songs and Protest; Charismatic Leaders and the Transformation of Folk Songs; Social Movements; Popular Music as Protest Music; Conclusion; Note; Chapter 5; Pete Seeger and the Politics of Participation The Road to a Constructionist ApproachRethinking "Political Music"; Audience Participation as Democratic Practice; Theorizing Audience Participation; Adorno Redux; Notes; Chapter 6; The Radicalisation of Phil Ochs, the Radicalisation of the Sixties; The Birth of a Radical; Reform, Resistance, Revolution; Radical Reform and Civil Rights; Student Power and Resistance; Goodbye to All That Liberalism; The Ringing of Revolution; Conclusion; Chapter 7; Ewan MacColl's Radio Ballads as Songs of Social Protest; Ewan MacColl: from dramatist to songwriter; The Radio Ballad concept John Axon and the poetry of everyday speechWork and identity; Tape editing and heteroglossia; Against pop culture: On the Edge (1963); Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 8; 'Message Songs are a Drag'; Notes; Transforming Traditions; Chapter 9; Expressions of Māʻohi-ness in Contemporary Tahitian Popular Music; Expressions of Political and Social Protest in Tahiti; The Māʻohi Cultural Identity; The Tahitian Musical Landscape; Henri Hiro and his Intellectual Descendants; Orality; ʻAparima, Literature and Traditional Arts; Bobby Holcomb; Aldo Raveino; The Emergence of a new Generation of Musicians NotesChapter 10; Casteism and Cultural Capital; Religious Songs as Social Songs; Songs of Mysticism; Songs of Devotion; Devotion as Obedience; Spiritual Autonomy; Moral Transformation as Societal Transformation; Dietary Abstinence and "Sanskritization"; Purity as Resistance; The Reformation of a Criminal Caste; Rediscovering "Roots"; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 11; Singing Against the Empire; Licentiousness, Power and Possibility: Understanding the Anti-structure of Song; Máire Bhuí Ní Laeire (Yellow Mary O'Leary) and Singing Anti-colonial Discourse in Nineteenth-century Ireland
Series Title: Protest, media and culture.
Responsibility: edited by Aileen Dillane, Martin J. Power, Eoin Devereux, and Amanda Haynes.

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