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The impact of Nazism on twentieth-century music / edited by Erik Levi.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: ML3917.E85 I67 2014

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    Series
    Exil.arte-Schriften ; Bd. 3
    Exil.arte-Schriften ; Bd. 3.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Wien : Böhlau, 2014
    Locale
    Europe
    Contents
    Introduction / Erik Levi
    What is internal exile in music? The cases of Walter Braunfels, Heinz Tiessen, Eduard Erdmann and Philipp Jarnach / Albrecht Diimling
    Defining 'Jewish Music' in Nazi Germany : Handel and the Berlin Jewish Culture League / Lily E. Hirsch
    'Olden Melodies Return' : Memory in Joseph Achron's Hebrew Melody / Joshua S. Walden
    Swearing an Oath : Korngold, film and the sound of resistance? / Ben Winters
    From Surabaya to Ellis Island : On two versions of Kurt Weill's 'Surabaya-Johnny' / Magnar Breivik
    Hanns Eisler's Hollywooder Liederbuch and 'the new stuff of life' / James Parsons
    Karl Weigl's Final Years, 1938-1949 : a story of perseverance / Juliane Brand
    The transformation of Viktor Ullmann's compositional language / Kristof Boucquet
    Nazi censorship in Music, Warsaw 1941 / Katarzyna Naliwajek-Mazurek
    Paul Hirsch and Alfred Einstein : the trials and tribulations of artistic collaboration in exile / Erik Levi and Melina Gehring
    The Abyss and the Berries / Suzanne Snizek
    Music as Memory : Emigre composers in Britain and their wartime experiences / Malcolm Miller
    'Problematic Tendencies' : Emigre Composers in London, 1933-1945 / Florian Scheding
    Nazism, Anti-Semitism in the Second Republic Spain (1931-1936) / Francisco Parralejo Masa
    The Musical Policies of the Third Reich in relation to the first years of Francoism (1938-1943) / Gemma Perez Zalduondo
    Hispanic-German music festivals during the Second World War / Eva Moreda-Rodriguez
    'Some of the Jewish musicians are back at their desks' : a case study in the remigration of European musicians after World War II / Emile Wennekes
    The contributors
    Index.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Levi, Erik.
    University of London. Senate House Library.
    Notes
    Proceedings of an International conference which took place at Senate House, University of London, in April 2008.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction / Erik Levi -- What is internal exile in music? The cases of Walter Braunfels, Heinz Tiessen, Eduard Erdmann and Philipp Jarnach / Albrecht Diimling -- Defining 'Jewish Music' in Nazi Germany : Handel and the Berlin Jewish Culture League / Lily E. Hirsch -- 'Olden Melodies Return' : Memory in Joseph Achron's Hebrew Melody / Joshua S. Walden -- Swearing an Oath : Korngold, film and the sound of resistance? / Ben Winters -- From Surabaya to Ellis Island : On two versions of Kurt Weill's 'Surabaya-Johnny' / Magnar Breivik -- Hanns Eisler's Hollywooder Liederbuch and 'the new stuff of life' / James Parsons -- Karl Weigl's Final Years, 1938-1949 : a story of perseverance / Juliane Brand -- The transformation of Viktor Ullmann's compositional language / Kristof Boucquet -- Nazi censorship in Music, Warsaw 1941 / Katarzyna Naliwajek-Mazurek -- Paul Hirsch and Alfred Einstein : the trials and tribulations of artistic collaboration in exile / Erik Levi and Melina Gehring -- The Abyss and the Berries / Suzanne Snizek -- Music as Memory : Emigre composers in Britain and their wartime experiences / Malcolm Miller -- 'Problematic Tendencies' : Emigre Composers in London, 1933-1945 / Florian Scheding -- Nazism, Anti-Semitism in the Second Republic Spain (1931-1936) / Francisco Parralejo Masa -- The Musical Policies of the Third Reich in relation to the first years of Francoism (1938-1943) / Gemma Perez Zalduondo -- Hispanic-German music festivals during the Second World War / Eva Moreda-Rodriguez -- 'Some of the Jewish musicians are back at their desks' : a case study in the remigration of European musicians after World War II / Emile Wennekes -- The contributors -- Index.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9783205795438
    3205795431 (hd. bd.)
    Physical Description
    354 pages : illustrations, music ; 25 cm.

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