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Ahrendt, Rebekah

Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Damien Mahiet, Mark Ferraguto, Rebekah Ahrendt

Part I. Representation

2. Concealed Music in Early Modern Diplomatic Ceremonial
Arne Spohr

3. Serenatas in the Service of Diplomacy in Baroque Venice
Giulia Giovani

4. The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and the Wages of Diplomatic Service
Jonathan L. Yaeger

5. Conflicting Dreams of Global Harmony in US-PRC Silk Road Diplomacy
Harm Langenkamp

Part II. Mediation

6. Constructing Universality in Early Modern French Treatises on Music and Dance
Ellen R. Welch

7. Perpetual Peace and the Idea of “Concert” in Eighteenth-Century Thought
Frédéric Ramel

8. “Jazz—Made in Germany” and the Transatlantic Beginnings of Jazz Diplomacy
Mario Dunkel

9. Music from the Embassy to the Underground in a Post-Soviet Belarus
M. Paula Survilla

Part III. Negotiation

10. The Princesse des Ursins, Loyal Subject of the King of France and Foreign Princess in Rome
Anne-Madeleine Goulet

11. Haitian Djaz Diplomacy and the Cultural Politics of Musical Collaboration
Melvin L. Butler

12. The US Department of State’s “Hip Hop Diplomacy” in Morocco
Kendra Salois

13. Opening up Thinking Space for Improvised Collaborative Public Diplomacy
Willow F. Williamson

14. Afterword: Music’s Powers
Danielle Fosler-Lussier

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Music, Cultural History, International Relations, Arts, Cultural Studies, Social Sciences, general

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
301 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137463272
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-50019-2

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