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Dislocated Memories : Jews, Music, and Postwar German Culture

By: Fruhauf, Tina.
Contributor(s): Hirsch, Lily.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cary : Oxford University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (323 p.).ISBN: 9780199367498.Subject(s): Jews -- Germany -- Music -- History and criticism | Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism | National socialism and musicGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dislocated Memories : Jews, Music, and Postwar German CultureDDC classification: 780.89/924043 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover ""; ""Dislocated Memories""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Contributors ""; ""Abbreviations ""; ""On Transliteration and Translation ""; ""Acknowledgments ""; ""About the Cover ""; ""Introduction ""; ""Part I PERCEPTIONS OF REPRESENCE""; ""1 A Historiography of Postwar Writings on Jewish Music during the 1930s and 1940s""; ""2 “With an Open Mind and with Respect�: Klezmer as a Site of the Jewish Fringe in Germany in the Early Twenty-first Century""; ""3 Musical Memories of Terezín in Transnational Perspective""; ""Part II DISLOCATED PRESENCE""
""4 “Vu ahin zol ikh geyn?�: Music Culture of Jewish Displaced Persons""""5 The Katset-Teater and the Development of Yiddish Theater in the DP Camp Bergen-Belsen""; ""6 “Driven from Their Home�: Jewish Displacement and Musical Memory in the 1948 Movie Long Is the Road""; ""Part III POLITICS OF MEMORY""; ""7 Remembering the Concentration Camps: Aleksander Kulisiewicz and His Concerts of Prisoners� Songs in the Federal Republic of Germany""; ""8 Eberhard Rebling, Lin Jaldati, and Yiddish Music in East Germany, 1949�1962""
""9 Jewishness and Antifascism: Schoenberg�s A Survivor from Warsaw in East Germany, 1958""""Part IV MODES OF COMMEMORATION""; ""10 Where Is the Holocaust in All This? György Ligeti and the Dialectics of Life and Work""; ""11 Represence of Jewishness in German Music Commemorating the Holocaust since the 1980s: Three Case Studies""; ""12 Germany�s Commemoration of the J�discher Kulturbund""; ""Afterword""; ""Bibliography ""; ""Index ""
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""Cover ""; ""Dislocated Memories""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Contributors ""; ""Abbreviations ""; ""On Transliteration and Translation ""; ""Acknowledgments ""; ""About the Cover ""; ""Introduction ""; ""Part I PERCEPTIONS OF REPRESENCE""; ""1 A Historiography of Postwar Writings on Jewish Music during the 1930s and 1940s""; ""2 “With an Open Mind and with Respect�: Klezmer as a Site of the Jewish Fringe in Germany in the Early Twenty-first Century""; ""3 Musical Memories of Terezín in Transnational Perspective""; ""Part II DISLOCATED PRESENCE""

""4 “Vu ahin zol ikh geyn?�: Music Culture of Jewish Displaced Persons""""5 The Katset-Teater and the Development of Yiddish Theater in the DP Camp Bergen-Belsen""; ""6 “Driven from Their Home�: Jewish Displacement and Musical Memory in the 1948 Movie Long Is the Road""; ""Part III POLITICS OF MEMORY""; ""7 Remembering the Concentration Camps: Aleksander Kulisiewicz and His Concerts of Prisoners� Songs in the Federal Republic of Germany""; ""8 Eberhard Rebling, Lin Jaldati, and Yiddish Music in East Germany, 1949�1962""

""9 Jewishness and Antifascism: Schoenberg�s A Survivor from Warsaw in East Germany, 1958""""Part IV MODES OF COMMEMORATION""; ""10 Where Is the Holocaust in All This? György Ligeti and the Dialectics of Life and Work""; ""11 Represence of Jewishness in German Music Commemorating the Holocaust since the 1980s: Three Case Studies""; ""12 Germany�s Commemoration of the J�discher Kulturbund""; ""Afterword""; ""Bibliography ""; ""Index ""

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CHOICE Review

This book documents a post-Holocaust German Jewish musical dynamic range including folk, popular, classical, and modernist; a continuing interest in liturgical, cabaret, displacement camp music; and compositions conceived in response to the Holocaust. In her essay, Frühauf treats, in part, Kristallnacht commemorations of 1988 (in both Germanys) and their impact on and within musicology since the pioneering work of Inge Lammel and Joseph Wulf; Hirsch considers the politics of displacement in musical commemoration and as a psychological reconstruction of identity after trauma. Other contributors take up the reception of Arnold Schoenberg's A Survivor from Warsaw in East Germany and Dutch-born interpreter of Yiddish song and dance Lin Jaldati, to cite just two of the many valuable offerings. All essays reflect on displacement in their examination of how politics shaped music's connection to Jewishness and dislocation. Including fresh, original, well-written, and substantive research by scholars in music, history, and Jewish studies, this volume contribututes to the attempted reconstruction of a transnational, multilingual, diverse cultured Jewish musical praxis of the German-Jewish encounter. Including an excellent bibliography and index, this is a volume for those interested in the Cold War, cultural history, musicology and music studies, sociology, and German, Yiddish, Holocaust, Jewish, and memory studies. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates; graduate students. --David B. Levy, Touro College, Lander College for Women

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Dr. Tina Frühauf is teaching at Columbia University and is Content Acquisitions Director atépertoire International de Littérature Musicalein New York. She has received numerous fellowships and grants, most recently from the American Musicological Society, the Leo Baeck Institute, and the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Dr. Frühauf has published articles inThe Musical Quarterly, Musica Judaica, andTDR: The Drama Review, and contributed numerous book chapters on the German Jewish music culture. She is the author ofThe Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Cultureeditor ofAn Anthology of German-Jewish Organ Music. Dr. Frühauf is currently completing research for a monograph on music in the Jewish communities of Germany after 1945.Dr. Lily E. Hirsch is an independent scholar. She was previously Assistant Professor of Music at Cleveland State University. She is author of the booksA Jewish Orchestra in Nazi Germany: Musical Politics and the Berlin Jewish Culture LeagueMusic in American Crime Prevention and Punishment. Her research has also appeared in Rethinking Schumann,Musical Quarterly,Philomusica, theJournal of Popular Music Studies,American Music, andPopular Music & Society.

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