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Title Music, theatre and politics in Germany : 1848 to the Third Reich / edited by Nikolaus Bacht
Imprint Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2006
book jacket
 Mo  782.10943 M987    AVAILABLE    30550100430998
Descript xi, 315 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [289]-306) and index
The new German school -- Weber's ghost : Euryanthe, Genoveva, Lohengrin / Laura Tunbridge -- Wagner amongst the Hegelians / Nicholas Walker -- Wagnerian politics -- Magnificent obsession : Tristan und Isolde as the object of musical analysis / Thomas Grey -- From critical tool to political metaphor : thoughts on the writings of Houston Stewart Chamberlain / Roger Allen -- A question of identity : Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg in Weimar Germany / Áine Sheil -- The politics of reception -- Schütz's Dafne and the German operatic imagination / Bettina Varwig ; Deception on stage : Don Carlos di Vargas and Franz Werfel's politics of operatic translation / Gundula Kreuzer -- Bruckner in the theatre : on the politics of 'absolute' music in performance / Nicholas Attfield -- An excursus on Vienna -- "Wer weiss, Vater, ob das nicht Engel sind?" : reflections on the pre-fascist discourse of degeneracy in Schreker's Die Gezeichneten / Peter Franklin -- 'The republic of the mind' : politics, the arts and ideas in Schoenberg's post-war projects / Jennifer Shaw -- Berg's operas and the politics of subjectivity / Julian Johnson -- Interwar Germany -- 'Stadtluft macht frei' : urban consciousness in Weimar opera / Peter Tregear -- Magic boxes and Volksempfänger : music on the radio in Weimar Germany / Alexander Rehding -- Socialism and the 'free development of art' : Karl Amadeus Hartmann's opera Simplicius simplicissimus / Egon Voss
Subject Music -- Political aspects -- Germany
Music -- Germany -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Music -- Germany -- 20th century -- History and criticism
Opera -- Germany
Alt Author Bacht, Nikolaus
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