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Made in Hungary: Studies in Popular Music serves as a comprehensive and thorough introduction to the history, sociology, and musicology of twentieth-century Hungarian popular music. The volume consists of essays by scholars of Hungarian music, and covers the major figures, styles, and social contexts of pop music in Hungary. Each essay provides adequate context so readers understand why the figure or genre under discussion is of lasting significance to Hungarian popular music. The book first presents a general description of the history and background of popular music in Hungary, followed by essays that are organized into thematic sections: Scenes, Culture and Identities; History, Politics and Remembering; and Artists, Receptions and Audiences. Contributors: Daniel Antal Emilia Barna Adam Guld Attila Gyulai Ferenc Hammer Jozsef Havasreti Adam Ignacz Sandor Kalai Marta Kata Nagy Agnes Patakfalvi Czirjak Andras Ronai Reka Szabo Anna Szemere Tamas Tofalvy Norbert Vassshow more

Product details

  • Hardback | 184 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 17.78mm | 521.63g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 black & white tables, 27 black & white halftones
  • 1138915874
  • 9781138915879

Table of contents

Introduction: On Hungarian Popular Music Studies Part I: Scenes, Cultures and Identities 1. Th Tale of Two Islands: The Sziget Festivals as Sites of Ideological and Aesthetic Contestation 2. Learned Helplessness of a Cultural Sense: The Hungarian Contemporary Jazz Scene through the Eyes of its Participants 3. Patterns and Contexts of Popularity: Two Examples from the Hungarian Music Scene 4. The Metal Scene in Hungary: Subcultural Economy and Identity 5. Lifestyle, Message, Identity: Political Implications of the Hungarian 'Old School' Metal Scene 6. Taming the Extreme: Black Metal in the Mainstream Public in Hungary Part II: History, Politics and Remembering 7. The Songs Remain the Same: The Cultural Politics of Retro in Hungarian Popular Music 8. Culture, Heritage and Popular Music: The Ideoscape of Popular Music Education, Policy and Industry in Budapest 9. "Hungarian in Form, Socialist in Content": The concept of the Hungarian National Dance Music in the Rakosi-Era (1949-1955) 10. Of Vinyls, Mp3s and Cultural Capital: The Social Construction of Audio Technologies 11. The Way They Were: Retrospective Subcultural Experiences of Emo Fans Part III: Artists, Receptions and Audiences 12. The History and Reception of Funk Music in Hungary 13. Just Put Her in front of People, She will Make the Magic Happen 14. Gloomy Sunday: Moral Panics in the Early Media and the Reception of the 'Hungarian Suicide Song' 15. Paper Mohawks: On Hungarian Monographs in Punk 16. "This Kind of Music Informs You about the Present State of the World": DJ Palotai Coda: 17. The Representation of Hungarian Popular Music Studies Abroad Afterword: A Conversation with Yonderboi (Laszlo Fogarasi) A Selected Bibliography on Hungarian Popular Music Notes on Contributorsshow more

About Emailia Barna

Emilia Barna is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. She is founding member and Chair of IASPM Hungary, editor of Zenei Halozatok Folyoirat (Music Networks Journal), and Advisory Board Member of IASPM@Journal. Tamas Tofalvy is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He is Founding Chair and current Vice-Chair of IASPM Hungary.show more