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Institutionalization in Music History

Derek B. Scott; Saijaleena Rantanen (eds.)

This volume provides new insights into the impact of the development of institutionalization on music, musical practices, and society at large. It is divided into three thematic sections, the first of which deals with the institutionalization of musical practices. The articles move from the emergence of theater and opera culture in nineteenth century Greece to the dominance of radio in the dissemination of music at the height of the disco boom in the United States in the 1970s. The second part of the volume highlights the impact of music exhibitions and festivals on the institutionalization of music, including music education, and reflects the political power structures behind this phenomenon. Politics and power are emphasized in part three, which examines the possibilities for women musicians in the late nineteenth century, the impact of colonization and imperialism on the nature of the institutionalization of musical life, and the challenge to these political forces. The publication is based on a conference of the same name organized by the History Forum of the University of the Arts in 2018.

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