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Jazz and Totalitarianism.

By: Johnson, Bruce.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (317 p.).ISBN: 9781317499428.Subject(s): Totalitarianism and musicGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Jazz and TotalitarianismDDC classification: 306.48425 LOC classification: ML3918.J39J38 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Series Foreword -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I Totalitarian Templates -- 1 Jazz and Fascism: Contradictions and Ambivalences in the Diffusion of Jazz Music under the Italian Fascist Dictatorship (1925-1935) -- 2 Jazz in Moscow after Stalinism -- Part II In the Soviet Shadow -- 3 Four Spaces, Four Meanings: Narrating Jazz in Late Stalinist Estonia -- 4 Jazz in Poland: Totalitarianism, Stalinism, Socialist Realism -- 5 Jazz in Czechoslovakia during the 1950s and 1960s
6 Trouble with the Neighbours: Jazz, Geopolitics, and Finland's Totalitarian Shadow -- Part III Iberia - Spain -- 7 Performing the 'Anti-Spanish' Body: Jazz and Biopolitics in the Early Franco Regime (1939-1957) -- 8 'The Purest Essence of Jazz': The Appropriation of Blues in Spain during Franco's Dictatorship -- Part IV Iberia - Portugal -- 9 Jazz and the Portuguese Dictatorship before and after the Second World War: From Moral Panic to Suspicious Acceptance -- 10 A Kind of 'in-between': Jazz and Politics in Portugal (1958-1974) -- Part V Apartheid South Africa
11 A Climbing Vine through Concrete: Jazz in 1960s Apartheid South Africa -- 12 'Fanfare for the Warriors': Jazz, Education, and State Control in 1980s South Africa and After -- Part VI To the East -- 13 From the 'Sultan' to the Persian Side: Jazz in Iran and Iranian Jazz since the 1920s -- 14 On the Marginality of Contemporary Jazz in China: The Case of Beijing -- 15 Afterword: Conclusions -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Series Foreword -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I Totalitarian Templates -- 1 Jazz and Fascism: Contradictions and Ambivalences in the Diffusion of Jazz Music under the Italian Fascist Dictatorship (1925-1935) -- 2 Jazz in Moscow after Stalinism -- Part II In the Soviet Shadow -- 3 Four Spaces, Four Meanings: Narrating Jazz in Late Stalinist Estonia -- 4 Jazz in Poland: Totalitarianism, Stalinism, Socialist Realism -- 5 Jazz in Czechoslovakia during the 1950s and 1960s

6 Trouble with the Neighbours: Jazz, Geopolitics, and Finland's Totalitarian Shadow -- Part III Iberia - Spain -- 7 Performing the 'Anti-Spanish' Body: Jazz and Biopolitics in the Early Franco Regime (1939-1957) -- 8 'The Purest Essence of Jazz': The Appropriation of Blues in Spain during Franco's Dictatorship -- Part IV Iberia - Portugal -- 9 Jazz and the Portuguese Dictatorship before and after the Second World War: From Moral Panic to Suspicious Acceptance -- 10 A Kind of 'in-between': Jazz and Politics in Portugal (1958-1974) -- Part V Apartheid South Africa

11 A Climbing Vine through Concrete: Jazz in 1960s Apartheid South Africa -- 12 'Fanfare for the Warriors': Jazz, Education, and State Control in 1980s South Africa and After -- Part VI To the East -- 13 From the 'Sultan' to the Persian Side: Jazz in Iran and Iranian Jazz since the 1920s -- 14 On the Marginality of Contemporary Jazz in China: The Case of Beijing -- 15 Afterword: Conclusions -- Index

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Bruce Johnson formerly a professor in English, is now Adjunct Professor, Communications, University of Technology Sydney, Visiting Professor, Music, University of Glasgow, and Docent and Visiting Professor, Cultural History, University of Turku.

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