Imperialism And Music: Britain 1876-1953
Manchester University Press, 2001 - 534 pagini
This is the first book to consider the relationship between British imperialism and music. With its unique ability to stimulate the emotions and to create mental images, music was used to dramatize, illustrate, and reinforce the components of the ideological cluster that constituted British imperialism in its heyday: patriotism, monarchism, hero-worship, Protestantism, racialism, and chivalry. It was also used to emphasize the inclusiveness of Britain by stressing the contributions of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland to the imperial project.
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coronations and jubilees
Armistice Day and Empire Day
exhibitions and festivals
opera operetta and ballet
music for imperial films
Sing a song of Empire
the imperial hymn
the dominions musical tour
Dame Emma Albani
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