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The Oxford handbook of music censorship / edited by Patricia Hall.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780199733163
  • ISBN: 0199733163
  • Physical Description: xii, 709 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Series from book jacket.
Faculty reserve.
Material for MHIS-201 (McAllister).
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction / Patricia Hall.
Part I. Censorship and religion. In the quest of Gallican remnants in Gregorian manuscripts : archaisms in the masses for the holy cross in Aquitanian chant books / Luisa Nardini -- The English Kyrie / Alejandro Planchart -- Government interference as a shaping force in Elizabethan printed music / Jeremy L. Smith -- The sounds of indigenous ancestors : Music, corporality, and memory in the Jesuit missions of colonial South America / Guillermo Wilde -- "We should not sing of heaven and angels" : performing Western sacred music in Soviet Russia, 1917-67 / Pauline Fairclough -- A strident silencing : the ban on Richard Wagner in Israel / Na'ama Sheffi.
Part II. Censorship during the Enlightenment. Harpocrates at work : how the god of silence protected eighteenth-century French iconoclasts / Hedy Law -- Sex, politics, and censorship in Mozart's Don Giovanni / Don Juan / Martin Nedbal -- The depoliticized drama : Mozart's Figaro and the depths of enlightenment / Laurenz Lütteken -- The curious incident of Fidelio and the censors / Robin Wallace.
Part III. Censorship in transitional governments. "Years in prison" : Giuseppe Verdi and censorship in pre-unification Italy / Francesco Izzo -- Micronarratives of music and (self)censorship in Socialist Yugoslavia / Ana Hofman -- Popular music as a barometer of political change : evidence from Taiwan / Nancy Guy -- Music, power and censorship in Vietnam since 1954 / Barley Norton.
Part IV. Censorship in totalitarian states. Miguel Ángel Estrella (classical) music for the people, dictatorship, and memory / Carol Hess -- A case study of Brazilian popular music and censorship : Ivan Lins' music during dictatorship in Brazil / Thais Lima Nicodemo -- Alban Berg's "Guilt" by Association / Patricia Hall -- Slow dissolves, full stops, and interruptions : Terezin, censorship, and the summer of 1944 / Michael Beckerman -- Selling Schnittke : late Soviet censorship and the Cold War marketplace / Peter J. Schmelz -- Curb that enticing tone : music censorship in the PRC / Hon-Lun Yang.
Part V. Censorship in democracies. Censorship and the politics of reception : the filmic afterlife of Marc Blitzstein's The cradle will rock / David C. Paul -- Pete Seeger's project / Dick Flacks -- Government censorship and Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait during the Second Red Scare / Jennifer DeLapp Birkett -- "A day in the life" : The Beatles and the BBC, May 1967 / Gordon Thompson.
Part VI. Censoring race, gender and sexual orientation. Composing in black and white : code-switching in the songs of Sam Lucas / Sandra Jean Graham -- Exploring transitions in popular music : censorship from apartheid to post-apartheid South Africa / Michael Drewett -- 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? / Roxanne Prevost and Kimberly Francis -- Veiled voices : music and censorship in post-revolutionary Iran / Ameneh Youssefzadeh.
Subject: Music > Censorship.
Music > Political aspects.

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