Von Grenzen und Ländern, Zentren und Rändern: Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Verschiebungen in der musikalischen Geographie Europas

TitleVon Grenzen und Ländern, Zentren und Rändern: Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Verschiebungen in der musikalischen Geographie Europas
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsBrüstle, Christa, Guido Heldt, and Eckhard Weber
Number of Pages372
PublisherEdition Argus
CitySchliengen
Abstract

The reflection of the war as a factor in musical structural history is often rather excluded in musicology. Behind this is the idea of the »relative autonomy of music history«. A literally decisive event like the First World War, however, lies at odds with the idea of a relatively autonomous self-development of musical history, which more than was good has buried the sense of the contingency of history, the sense of what historians have in an event like that The First World War is indeed also of interest: the unforeseen and unpredictable events and developments, the upheavals, which cannot be understood as "necessary" stages in an overarching process, but rather often had far-reaching consequences because of their unpredictability. This anthology analyzes these relationships.

URLhttps://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/6744109
Translated TitleOf Borders and Countries, Centers and Edges: The First World War and Shifts in the Musical Geography of Europe.
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