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The Resource Politics in music : music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop, Courtney Brown

Politics in music : music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop, Courtney Brown

Label
Politics in music : music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop
Title
Politics in music
Title remainder
music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop
Statement of responsibility
Courtney Brown
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
QBX
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1952-
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Brown, Courtney
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3916
LC item number
.B76 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Music
  • Political science
Label
Politics in music : music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop, Courtney Brown
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-228) and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1. Music as a Conveyor of Political Messages ; Representational vs. Associational Music ; Orientation -- Chapter 2. Beethoven. Beethoven's Music and His Contemporary Political Environment ; The Re-invention of Beethoven During the Second Reich ; Beethoven and the Weimar Republic ; Beethoven and the Nazi Peril ; Post World War II and the Fall of the Berlin Wall -- Chapter 3. Political Manifesto Music: The Cases of Bob Marley and Richard Wagner ; Robert Nesta Marley ; A Prelude to Wagner ; The Essential Plot and Allegory of the "Ring" Operas ; Alberich, Wotan, and the Babylon System ; Life without Fear, Siegfried, and the Rastas ; The Connection Between Love and Revolution ; Love as an Engine of Political Change -- Chapter 4. Nationalist and Patriotic Music ; The Period of European Nation-Building ; Italian Nationalism ; Russian Nationalism ; Finnish Nationalism: A Nation Musically Transformed; Spanish Nationalism ; Musical Nationalism in England ; American Nationalism ; Modern Nationalist Hybrids; Nationalist and Patriotic Elements in American Country Music ; National Anthems and Pseudo Anthems ; The Psychology of Nationalist and Patriotic Music -- Chapter 5: Industrialization and the Emergence of Labor Music ; A Selection of Songs by Joe Hill ; " The Preacher and the Slave" by Joe Hill (1911) ; "The Rebel Girl" by Joe Hill (1914-5) ; "Casey Jones--The Union Scab" by Joe Hill (1912) ; "Down in the Old Dark Mills" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Everybody's Joining It" by Joe Hill (1911) ; "There is Power in a Union" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Workers of the World, Awaken" by Joe Hill (1914) ; "The White Slave" by Joe Hill (1912) ; "Stung Right" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Should I Ever Be a Soldier" by Joe Hill (1913) ; The Subsequent Labor Music Inspired by Joe Hill ; "I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night" by Alfred Hays (1925) -- Chapter 6. Protest Music: Movement and Non-movement Motivations ; The Vietnam War and Its Effect on the Development of Protest Music ; Protest Music of the Late 1960s and Early 1970s ; Comic Satire: ; Calls for Peace, and Warnings Against Taking Protest "Too Far":; Psychological Portraits of Profound and Personal Inner Conflict: ; The Fusion of Political and Spiritual Change: ; Protest Music and Other Wars: The Chilean and Northern Ireland Cases; Protest Music with Non-Movement Motivations -- Chapter 7. Politics and Hip-Hop ; The Emergence of Socially Relevant Hip-Hop; The Radicalization of Political Hip-Hop Rhetoric ; Class Warfare and the Rise of Ghetto-centric Gangsta Rap ; The Transformation of Hip-Hop into a Vehicle for White Rebellion -- Chapter 8. Political Music and the Transformation of Civilization ; The Underground ; The Future of Political Music
Control code
ocn170033798
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 246 pages
Isbn
9780976676232
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Politics in music : music and political transformation from Beethoven to hip-hop, Courtney Brown
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-228) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1. Music as a Conveyor of Political Messages ; Representational vs. Associational Music ; Orientation -- Chapter 2. Beethoven. Beethoven's Music and His Contemporary Political Environment ; The Re-invention of Beethoven During the Second Reich ; Beethoven and the Weimar Republic ; Beethoven and the Nazi Peril ; Post World War II and the Fall of the Berlin Wall -- Chapter 3. Political Manifesto Music: The Cases of Bob Marley and Richard Wagner ; Robert Nesta Marley ; A Prelude to Wagner ; The Essential Plot and Allegory of the "Ring" Operas ; Alberich, Wotan, and the Babylon System ; Life without Fear, Siegfried, and the Rastas ; The Connection Between Love and Revolution ; Love as an Engine of Political Change -- Chapter 4. Nationalist and Patriotic Music ; The Period of European Nation-Building ; Italian Nationalism ; Russian Nationalism ; Finnish Nationalism: A Nation Musically Transformed; Spanish Nationalism ; Musical Nationalism in England ; American Nationalism ; Modern Nationalist Hybrids; Nationalist and Patriotic Elements in American Country Music ; National Anthems and Pseudo Anthems ; The Psychology of Nationalist and Patriotic Music -- Chapter 5: Industrialization and the Emergence of Labor Music ; A Selection of Songs by Joe Hill ; " The Preacher and the Slave" by Joe Hill (1911) ; "The Rebel Girl" by Joe Hill (1914-5) ; "Casey Jones--The Union Scab" by Joe Hill (1912) ; "Down in the Old Dark Mills" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Everybody's Joining It" by Joe Hill (1911) ; "There is Power in a Union" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Workers of the World, Awaken" by Joe Hill (1914) ; "The White Slave" by Joe Hill (1912) ; "Stung Right" by Joe Hill (1913) ; "Should I Ever Be a Soldier" by Joe Hill (1913) ; The Subsequent Labor Music Inspired by Joe Hill ; "I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night" by Alfred Hays (1925) -- Chapter 6. Protest Music: Movement and Non-movement Motivations ; The Vietnam War and Its Effect on the Development of Protest Music ; Protest Music of the Late 1960s and Early 1970s ; Comic Satire: ; Calls for Peace, and Warnings Against Taking Protest "Too Far":; Psychological Portraits of Profound and Personal Inner Conflict: ; The Fusion of Political and Spiritual Change: ; Protest Music and Other Wars: The Chilean and Northern Ireland Cases; Protest Music with Non-Movement Motivations -- Chapter 7. Politics and Hip-Hop ; The Emergence of Socially Relevant Hip-Hop; The Radicalization of Political Hip-Hop Rhetoric ; Class Warfare and the Rise of Ghetto-centric Gangsta Rap ; The Transformation of Hip-Hop into a Vehicle for White Rebellion -- Chapter 8. Political Music and the Transformation of Civilization ; The Underground ; The Future of Political Music
Control code
ocn170033798
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 246 pages
Isbn
9780976676232
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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