16Nationalism11 - Music and Nationalism Musicology 139...

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Music and Nationalism Musicology 139
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Modern Nationalism n Collective state of mind based on the idea of nation n Romantic nationalism n Nation based on people n Liberal nationalism n citizenry n Cultural nationalism n volk n Nation based on rule
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Different sides of nationalism n The good n The end of colonial states n sense of identity n The bad n Xenophobia n Genocide n The given n The nation-state
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Music and nationalism n A particular expression of music and identity n Patriotic music n Art music n Folk music
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Music and nationalism n an expression of national and ethnic traits n folk melodies/dance rhythms n Direct quotation n evocative n scenes from country s history or life n Essentialism of national character
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Music for a nation n What is appropriate/inappropriate? n Of the past? n from the outside?
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Construction of musical nationalism n music associated with the nation through conscious design or the coincidence of circumstance n Where does it come from? n What are the forces of influence?
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Eric Hobsbawm n Invented tradition n Set of practices of a ritual/symbolic nature that inculcate values/norms through repetition, which implies continuity with a suitable past n Constructed and formally instituted, or n Less traceable but happening during a brief, dateable period
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Invented tradition n Not custom (variable), convention/routine (practical) n Justification is ideological and relies on invariance n May be revival of lost forms (often initiated by intellectuals)
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