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Title Music and patronage / edited by Paul A. Merkley.

Published Farnham : Ashgate, 2012.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Music  780.79 MUSI    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvii, 597 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Series The library of essays on music, politics and society
Library of essays on music, politics and society.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. I THE STATE -- 1.̀New Developments in the Social History of Music and Musicians in Ancient Iraq, Syria, and Turkey', Yearbook/or Traditional Music, 41, pp. 12-22 / Sam Mirelman -- 2.̀Tradition and Transition: The Performing Arts in Medieval North India', Medieval History Journal, 2, pp. 73-110 / Madhu Trivedi -- 3.̀Renaissance Novellara: Musical Life in the Gonzaga Hinterland', Music and Letters, 91, pp. 484-97 / Iain Fenlon -- 4.̀Joseph Haydn and Beethoven between Court and Nobility', in Empress Marie Therese and Music at the Viennese Court, 1792-1807, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 230-58 / John A. Rice -- 5.̀The Music Programmes Take Shape, 1926-1927', in The BBC and Ultra-Modern Music, 1922-1936: Shaping a Nation's Tastes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 80-95 / Jennifer Doctor --
Contents note continued: 6.̀"A Flutter in the Orchestras": The Ballets Russes and the Australian Orchestral Situation in the 1930s', in Mark Carroll (ed.), The Ballets Russes in Australia and Beyond, Adelaide: Wakefield Press, pp. 142-59 / Mark Carroll -- 7.̀Let Us Begin: Arts Policy during the Kennedy Administration', in Federalizing the Muse: United States Arts Policy and the National Endowment for the Arts, 1965-1980, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, pp. 34-68 / Donna M. Binkiewicz -- 8.̀Background: IRCAM's Conditions of Existence', in Rationalizing Culture: 1RCAM, Boulez, and the Institutionalization of the Musical Avant-Garde, Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 66-101 / Georgina Born -- pt. II COURT AND ARISTOCRACY -- 9.̀State Sacrificial Music in the Ming Court', in State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China: Orthodoxy, Creativity, and Expressiveness, Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 99-120 / Joseph Sui Ching Lam --
Contents note continued: 10.̀Ludovico Sforza as an "Emerging Prince": Networks of Musical Patronage in Milan', pp. 255-70 / Paul A. Merkley -- 11.̀Court and Religious Music (1): History of Gagaku and Shomyo', in Alison McQueen Tokita and David W. Hughes (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to Japanese Music, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 35-48 / Steven G. Nelson -- 12.̀Les Patronages Aristocratiques face au Modele Royal', in DeLully a Mozart: Aristocratic Musique et Musiciens a Paris (XVlle-XVIIle siecles), Seyssel, France: Champ Vallon, pp. 43-62 / David Hennebelle -- 13.̀Beyond Bibliography: Interpreting Hawaiian-Language Protestant Hymn Imprints', Ethnomusicology, 40, pp. 469-88 / Amy Ku'uleialoha-Stillman -- 14.̀Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac', in Mecenes et Musiciens: Du Salon au Concert a Paris sous la Ille Republique, Paris: Fayard, pp. 84-114 / Myriam Chimenes
Contents note continued: 15.̀Women Patrons and Activists for Modernist Music: New York in the 1920s', Modernism/modernity, 4, pp. 129-55 / Carol J. Oja -- pt. III ECONOMIC FORCES -- 16.̀Blowing Your Horn in the New Economy, ca. 1550', in Keith Polk (ed.), Tielman Susato and the Music of His Time: Print Culture, Compositional Technique and Instrumental Music in the Renaissance, Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon Press, pp. 133-41 / John Kmetz -- 17.̀The Composition and the Production of the Opera Score', in Inventing the Business of Opera: The Impresario and His World in Seventeenth-Century Venice, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 140-72 / Jonathan E. Glixon -- 18.̀The Country Visit', in Salomon and the Burneys: Private Patronage and a Public Career, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 22-32 / Ian Woodfield -- 19.̀Creating Desire on Tin Pan Alley', Musical Quarterly, 90, pp. 197-229 / Daniel Goldmark
Contents note continued: 20.̀The Selznick Studio, "Spellbound", and the Marketing of Film Music', Music, Sound, and the Moving Image, 4, pp. 77-98 / Kyle S. Barnett -- 21.̀Entertainer vs. Artist: Patronage and the Negotiation of Identity', in The Gei of Geisha: Music, Identity and Meaning, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 87-106 / Kelly M. Foreman -- 22.̀On the Reproduction of the Musical Economy after the Internet', Media, Culture and Society, 11, pp. 177-209 / Louise Crewe -- 23.̀Micro-Independent Record Labels in the UK: Discourse, DIY Cultural Production and the Music Industry', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10, pp. 245-65 / Robert Strachan.
Language notes Twenty-one chapters in English; two chapters in French.
Other author Merkley, Paul.
Subject Music -- History and criticism.
Government aid to music.
Music patronage -- History.
Music patronage -- Case studies.
ISBN 9781409431060 (hbk.)
1409431061 (hbk.)