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Title:
Music in the post-9/11 world
Author:
Ritter, Jonathan, editor, contributor.
Publication Information:
New York : Routledge, [2007]

©2007
Physical Description:
xxxi, 328 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Charting courses through terror's wake : an introduction / J. Martin Daughtry.

pt. 1. Music, the United States, and the mass media after 9/11. Pop goes to war, 2001-2004 : U.S. popular music after 9/11 / Reebee Garofalo -- "America : a tribute to heroes" : music, mourning, and the unified American community / Kip Pegley and Susan Fast -- The sounds of American and Canadian television news after 9/11 : entoning horror and grief, fear and anger / James Deaville -- Models of charity and spirit : Bruce Springsteen, 9/11, and the War on Terror / Bryan Garman -- Double voices of musical censorship after 9/11 / Martin Scherzinger -- "Have you forgotten?" : Darryl Worley and the musical politics of Operation Iraqi Freedom / Peter J. Schmelz -- For alle Menschen? : classical music and remembrance after 9/11 / Peter Tregear.

pt. 2. Music and 9/11 beyond the United States. Terror in an Andean key : peasant cosmopolitans interpret 9/11 / Jonathan Ritter -- Exploding myths in Morocco and Senegal : Sufis making music after 9/11 / Larry Blumenfeld -- Corridos of 9/11 : Mexican ballads as commemorative practice / John Holmes McDowell -- "I'll tell you why we hate you!" : Shaʻb*an ʻAbd al-Ra*hīm and Middle Eastern reactions to 9/11 / James R. Grippo -- 9/11 and the politics of music-making in Afghanistan / Veronica Doubleday.
ISBN:
9780415978064

9780415978071
Format :
Book

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