Ottoman Intimacies, Balkan Musical Realities

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Ottoman Intimacies, Balkan Musical Realities
Edited by Risto Pekka Pennanen, Panagiotis C. Poulos & Aspasia Theodosiou
Foundation of the Finnish Institute at Athens
Papers and Monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens XIX
Athens 2013, xxx + 173 pp.
Articles: Cem Behar, Text and Memory in Ottoman/Turkish Musical Tradition; Darin Stephanov, Solemn Songs for the Sultan: Cultural Integration through Music in Late Ottoman Empire, 1840–1860s; Risto Pekka Pennanen, Between Sultan and Emperor: Politics and Ottoman Music in Habsburg Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1878–1918; Panagiotis C. Poulos, The Non-Muslim Musicians of Istanbul: Between Recorded and Intimate Memory; Tatjana Marković, The Ottoman Past in the Romantic Opera's Present: The Ottoman Other in Serbian, Croatian and Montenegrin Opera; Nevena Daković & Marija Ćirić, The Balkan Wreath: Multicultural Balkan Identity in Film Music; Carol Silverman, Negotiating The "Oriental": Roma and the Political Economy of Representation in Bulgarian Popfolk; Vesa Kurkela, ChalgaTube: Bulgarian Chalga on the Internet; Aspasia Theodosiou, “Fantasia Repertoire”: Alaturka, Arabesk and Gypsy Musicians in Epirus, Greece; Derek B. Scott, Imagining the Balkans, Imagining Europe: Balkan Entries in the Eurovision Song Contest.
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ISBN 978-952-67211-5-6
ISSN 1237-2684
Publisher Suomen Ateenan-instituutin säätiö - Stiftelsen för Finlands Atheninstitut
Series Papers and Monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens
Published (year) 2013
Cover Softcover
Type of Binding Softcover binding
Languages english
Disciplines Music
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