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書名 The Oxford handbook of music censorship [electronic resource] / edited by Patricia Hall
出版項 New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2015-2017
國際標準書號 9780199984183 (online resource) : No price
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說明 1 online resource
Monthly, 2015-2017
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附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Exploring Transitions in Popular Music: Censorship from Apartheid to Post-Apartheid South Africa / Michael Drewett -- Composing in Black and White / Sandra Jean Graham -- In the Quest of Gallican Remnants in Gregorian Manuscripts / Luisa Nardini -- The English Kyrie / Alejandro Planchart -- The Curious Incident of Fidelio and the Censors / Robin Wallace -- / Francesco Izzo -- Alban Berg's zGuilty by Association / Patricia Hall -- Slow Dissolves, Full Stops, and Interruptions / Michael Beckerman -- Pete Seeger's Project / Richard Flacks -- Popular Music as a Barometer of Political Change / Nancy Guy -- Government Censorship and Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait during the Second Red Scare / Jennifer DeLapp-Birkett -- Miguel Ángel Estrella (Classical) Music for the People, Dictatorship, and Memory / Carol A. Hess -- Curb that Enticing Tone Music Censorship in the PRC / Hon-Lun Yang -- Micronarratives of music and (self)censorship in the Former Yugoslavia / Ana Hofmann -- Rap Music and Rap Artists Revisited: How Race Matters in the Perception of Rap Music / Travis L. Dixon -- Deaths and Silences: Coding and Defiance in Music about AIDS / Paul Attinello -- Teaching Silence in the Twenty-First Century: Where are the Missing Women Composers? / Roxane Prevost, Kimberly Francis -- Introduction / Patricia Hall -- Music, Power and Censorship in Vietnam since 1954 / Barley Norton -- From Premiere to Present / David C. Paul -- / Gordon Thompson -- Veiled Voices: Music and Censorship in Post-Revolutionary Iran / Ameneh Youssefzadeh -- The Sound of Indigenous Ancestors: Music, Corporality, and Memory in the Jesuit Missions of Colonial South America / Guillermo Wilde -- Harpocrate at Work: How the God of Silence Protected Eighteenth-Century French Iconoclasts / Hedy Law -- The Depoliticized Drama / Laurenz Lütteken -- A Strident Silence: The Ban on Wagner in Israel / Na'ama Sheffi -- Selling Schnittke / Peter J. Schmelz -- Sex, Politics, and Censorship in Mozart's Don Giovanni/Don Juan / Martin Nedbal -- A Case Study of Brazilian Popular Music and Censorship / Thais Lima Nicodemo -- / Pauline Fairclough -- Governmental Interference as a Shaping Force in Elizabethan Printed Music / Jeremy L. Smith
This volume is a collection of thirty in-depth studies of music censorship from the eighth century to the present and covers music ranging from Gregorian chant to eighteenth-century opera to contemporary pop music. It includes studies from every continent and consists of six sections: Censorship and Religion; Censorship During the Enlightenment; Censorship in Transitional Governments; Censorship in Totalitarian States; Censorship in Democracies; and Censoring Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
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鏈接 Print version : 9780199733163
主題 Music -- Censorship
Alt Author Hall, Patricia, editor
Alt Title Music censorship
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