Some form of nationalism appears to be good for European cultural policy at large, and perilous wherever borders are fragile and disputed. I would put it this way: feelings of national identity are like cholesterol, there is a good one a bad one; it is easy to move from the former to the latter, and music mixes up very well with both kinds.
So we learn how there is in the course of history no shortage of musical phenomena linked with nationalism, functioning to exhibit it in one form or another.
A most fascinating chapter No. For instance, one dimension still deserving attention is the economic. Nationalism through music and with music has a cost. Another one is its contagiousness, its transplantation to the non-Western world, and its reverberation onto Europe itself. But one cannot ask any single author to deliver the universe; especially when he comes very close to doing that.key.archidelivery.ru/img/2018-08-16/gdz-po-1.html
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In fact, if according to several commentators Wagner's Tristan contains about fifty leitmotifs, just as many can be found in this book. The bibliography, complemented by a useful discography, filmography, and a CD with musical examples, reveals them all. The iconographic apparatus is a valuable complement to the narrative. Hopefully it will be read by some of the politicians who are struggling to get the European Union on the right track.
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