Music and Marx

Music and Marx : Ideas, Practice, Politics

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  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 14.48mm | 362.87g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1138870390
  • 9781138870390

Table of contents

Foreword, Jacques Attali Introduction: Thinking Music, Thinking Marx, Regula Burckhardt Quershi I. Commodification 1. Music Scholarship, Music Practice, and the Act of Listening, David Gramit 2. Commodity-Structure, Disavowal, and Practices of Music Theory, Henry Klumpenhouwer II. Capitalism and Musical Poetics 3. Modernity and Musical Structure: Neo-Marxist Perspectives on Song Form and Its Successors, Peter Manuel 4. The Hip-Hop Sublime as a Form of Commodification, Adam Krims III. Relations of Production 5. Mode of Production and Musical Production: Is Hindustani Music Feudal? Regula Burckhardt Quershi 6. The Capitalization of Musical Production: The Conceptual and Spatial Development of London's Public, 1660-1750, Anthony Olmsted 7. Marx, Music, and Money, Martin Stokes IV. State and Revolutionary Marxism 8. Musicological Memoirs on Marxism, Izaly Zemtsovsky 9. Making Marxist-Leninist Music in Uzbekistan, Theodore Levin 10. Central American Revolutionary Music, Fred Jackson Afterword, Stephen Blumshow more