Music in the Balkans (Balkan Studies Library)

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Music in the Balkans (Balkan Studies Library)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 729 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9789004250376
  • DDC分類 780.9496

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This book asks how a study of many different musics in South East Europe can help us understand the construction of cultural traditions, East and West. It crosses boundaries of many kinds, political, cultural, repertorial and disciplinary. Above all, it seeks to elucidate the relationship between politics and musical practice in a region whose art music has been all but written out of the European story and whose traditional music has been subject to appropriation by one ideology after another. South East Europe, with its mix of ethnicities and religions, presents an exceptionally rich field of study in this respect. The book will be of value to anyone interested in intersections between pre-modern and modern cultures, between empires and nations and between culture and politics.

Table of Contents

        List of Illustrations                      xiii
List of Maps xv
Introduction 1 (12)
PART ONE BALKAN GEOGRAPHIES
1 Exodus 13 (22)
Sarajevo: Little Jerusalem 13 (4)
Two Peninsulas: The Sephardic Diaspora 17 (4)
Singing the Community: Music of the 21 (7)
Sephardim
Opening Out: Themes and Developments 28 (7)
2 Ecologies 35 (23)
Music and Place 35 (5)
Ringed by Mountains: The Oas Country 40 (4)
On the Voice: The Dinaric Alps and Other 44 (7)
Mountains
Deep in Sumadija 51 (7)
3 Displacements 58 (22)
Investing in Place 58 (5)
Migrations: Serbs in a Habsburg World 63 (6)
Trading Places: Greece and Anatolia 69 (6)
Tallava Rules: Kosovars in Macedonia 75 (5)
4 Ecumenes 80 (21)
In the Minority 80 (3)
All Together in Vojvodina 83 (8)
Orchestrating Thrace 91 (10)
5 Centres 101 (32)
All in the Family: Mapping Montenegro 101 (9)
Finding the Centres: People and Traditions 110 (5)
East - West 115 (18)
PART TWO HISTORICAL LAYERS
6 A Makam-Echos Culture 133 (27)
Grand Narratives 133 (9)
Byzantine Reflections 142 (8)
Ottoman Canons 150 (10)
7 Eastern Recessions 160 (29)
Allahu Ekber 160 (13)
Coffee Break 173 (7)
Turning West 180 (9)
8 Infrastructures 189 (31)
Littoral Balkans: Venice and the Adriatic 189 (7)
Mitteleuropa: The Reach of the Habsburgs 196 (6)
Reciprocities: Modernising the Peripheries 202 (6)
The Principalities and Beyond 208 (12)
9 Nations 220 (29)
The First Steps 220 (8)
Two Nations 228 (7)
The Berlin Balkans 235 (5)
Yugoslavism 240 (9)
10 Inspirers 249 (26)
Building the Pyramids: Reflections on 249 (5)
High Culture
Greeks ... 254 (7)
... and other Agents 261 (5)
Either/Or: Reflections on Modernism 266 (9)
PART THREE MUSIC IN TRANSITION
11 Mixing It 275 (27)
Discourses of Transition 275 (6)
Nuts and Bolts: Elements of Popular Music 281 (6)
On the Record: Surveying the Legacy 287 (15)
12 Join the Club 302 (30)
Following the Leader: Manolis Kalomiris 302 (11)
Drawing the Circle: The Greek National 313 (12)
School
Another Way: The Failure of Greek 325 (7)
Modernism
13 Moderna 332 (37)
Garlands: Stevan Mokranjac 332 (6)
One People, Three Names: The First 338 (6)
Yugoslavia
Late Arrivals: Croatian Modernisms 344 (7)
Parallel Tracks: Bulgarian Advances 351 (7)
Transit to Prague 358 (11)
14 Serbo-Croat 369 (22)
Who Owns Slavenski? 369 (7)
From the Balkans ... 376 (7)
... to the Cosmos 383 (8)
15 Placing Genius 391 (24)
A Tempting Comparison: Locating George 391 (7)
Enescu
Closing In: Enescu's Journey 398 (9)
Wider Again: In the Modernist Canon 407 (8)
PART FOUR EASTERN EUROPE
16 The Curtain Descends 415 (29)
Left, Right 415 (9)
In Extremis: The Singular Case of Albania 424 (7)
Administered Music: Performing Communism 431 (6)
Composers on Message 437 (7)
17 Diverging Paths 444 (24)
Traffic with Moscow 444 (7)
The Acolyte: Bulgarian Bridges 451 (5)
The Zealot: Albanian Austerities 456 (3)
The Maverick: Romanian Renewals 459 (9)
18 Another Try 468 (27)
Politics versus Culture: The Second 468 (6)
Yugoslavia
The Dark Decade: Mainly Serbia 474 (5)
In from the Cold: Mainly Croatia, a 479 (10)
Little Slovenia, and Back to Serbia
Catching Up: Other Republics 489 (6)
19 Birthright of the People 495 (24)
Orchestras: Classicising Traditional Music 495 (8)
Newly Composed Folk Music 503 (10)
Simulacra: Wedding Music and More 513 (6)
20 One Got Away 519 (30)
Popular Art Music: Theodorakis at Large 519 (8)
Art Music: Modernism is Official 527 (13)
Popular Music: Rebetika and Beyond 540 (9)
PART FIVE GLOBAL BALKANS
21 All Change 549 (24)
Brave New World 549 (6)
Another Balkans: The Diasporic Imagination 555 (8)
Composers in Exile 563 (10)
22 Conservation 573 (22)
Who Needs Classical Music? 573 (7)
Has Modern Music Really Grown Old? 580 (9)
Where Have All the Folksongs Gone? 589 (6)
23 Balkan Beat 595 (21)
Heroes 595 (4)
Re-Inscribing Yugoslavia 599 (6)
Divas 605 (6)
Greek Mythology 611 (5)
24 On Boundaries and Events 616 (26)
In Theory 616 (5)
Greece and its Neighbours 621 (7)
Music Partitioned ... 628 (8)
... and Not Quite Partitioned 636 (6)
25 Endgame 642 (27)
Degenerations 642 (7)
Generations 649 (6)
Balkan Ghetto: The Story of Kosovo 655 (5)
Are We There Yet? 660 (9)
Glossary 669 (4)
References 673 (32)
Index 705