Source:Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier ; University of New Orleans Press,, Volume volume 26, Trier, [Germany] ;New Orleans, LA, United States, p.209 pages : (2021)
Mots-clés:(OCoLC)fst01030329, (OCoLC)fst01030444, (OCoLC)fst01030580, (OCoLC)fst01201586, (OCoLC)fst01982664, America., fast, Historiography., Music, Music and identity politics., Music and tourism., Music museums., Social aspects, Social aspects.
Includes bibliographical references.Music and the Social (Introduction) -- Music and Identity Politics -- Sonic Politics from Above, Below, and Within Market Circuits -- Tourism, Nostalgia, and the Fabrication of 'Authenticity' : 'Sonic Urban' Identities -- Music Goes Museum : Cultural Heritage Politics and Museums of Popular Music in Brazil, Jamaica, and the U.S. Deep South -- Music in Literature and the Arts : Black Historiographies -- Sonic America(s) : Politics of Recognition and Recent Trends in Music Documentary to Rethink the Relation between Music and the Social."This book begins from the premise that we are living in an age in which the social is in a continuous process of reinvention. The book is also grounded in the assumption that music is a perennial key player in the processes of reinventing the social since music holds the power to stimulate and transport visions of change through its appeal to all human senses in the Americas and beyond the American hemisphere. Chapters address the intersection of music and identity politics, the role of music in social movements, music's presence in commodity and tourist culture, music in the context of museum culture, music's presence in literature and the visual arts, and music documentary as alternative sonic historiography"--