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Local music scenes and globalization : transnational platforms in Beirut / Thomas Burkhalter

Av: Burkhalter, Thomas, 1973- [author.]
Serie: Routledge studies in ethnomusicology ; 3Utgivare: New York : Routledge, 2013Beskrivning: xiv, 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 978-0-415-80813-2Ämne(n): Music and globalization -- Lebanon | Music and transnationalism -- Lebanon | Popular music -- Social aspects -- Lebanon -- Beirut | Popular music -- Political aspects -- Lebanon -- Beirut | Music -- Lebanon -- Beirut -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Popular music -- Lebanon -- Beirut -- History and criticism | Populärmusik -- Politiska aspekter | Musik och samhälle | Libanon -- BeirutDDK-klassifikation: 780.956925 | 780.95692/5 LOC-klassifikation: ML3917.L43 | B87 2013SAB-klassifikation: Ij:oa | Ijxp
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Part I: Theory and methodology: music making in a digitalized world: 1. Globalization and digitalization in music ; 2. Theoretical frame ; 3. Methodological approach -- Part II: Ethnography: musicians from Beirut born during the Lebanese civil war: 4. Experimental music ; 5. Metal music and classic rock ; 6. Urban music ; 7. Rap ; 8. Transnational networks (human hubs) ; 9. Music as a media product ; 10. Musicians as actors -- Part III: Analysis: six key tracks from Beirut: 11. Zeid Hamdan: "Aranis" (remixed) ; 12. Garo Gdanian: "Remains of a bloodbath" ; 13. Mazen Kerbaj: "Blblb flblb," ZRRRT," "PIIIIIIIIIIII", "Taga of Daga" ; 14. Raed Yassin: "Civil war tapes" ; 15. Charbel Haber: "Track 5" : 16. Rayess Bek: "Schizophrenia" -- Part IV: History: Music and noise in Lebanon from the past and present: 17. Ground setting: the urbanization and Europeanization of music in the Arab world ; 18. Modern music from Cairo, old music from Aleppo ; 19. European music and Christian hymns in Beirut (1926-1948) ; 20. The creation of a Lebanese music (1948-1967) ; 21. Nasserism versus tourism (1952-1967) ; 22. The rise of dissident culture and alternative music (1968-1975) ; 23. Bombs, protest, propaganda and rock music from the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990) ; 24. Pan-Arabic pop and the 2006 war -- Part V: Meaning: reading Lebanese music making from different perspectives: 25. Historical perspectives ; 26. Sociopolitical perspectives ; 27. Geopolitical perspectives ; 28. Psychological perspectives ; 29. Aesthetical perspectives ; 30. Euro-American perspectives
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-281), discography (pages 283-285), and index.

Part I: Theory and methodology: music making in a digitalized world: 1. Globalization and digitalization in music ; 2. Theoretical frame ; 3. Methodological approach -- Part II: Ethnography: musicians from Beirut born during the Lebanese civil war: 4. Experimental music ; 5. Metal music and classic rock ; 6. Urban music ; 7. Rap ; 8. Transnational networks (human hubs) ; 9. Music as a media product ; 10. Musicians as actors -- Part III: Analysis: six key tracks from Beirut: 11. Zeid Hamdan: "Aranis" (remixed) ; 12. Garo Gdanian: "Remains of a bloodbath" ; 13. Mazen Kerbaj: "Blblb flblb," ZRRRT," "PIIIIIIIIIIII", "Taga of Daga" ; 14. Raed Yassin: "Civil war tapes" ; 15. Charbel Haber: "Track 5" : 16. Rayess Bek: "Schizophrenia" -- Part IV: History: Music and noise in Lebanon from the past and present: 17. Ground setting: the urbanization and Europeanization of music in the Arab world ; 18. Modern music from Cairo, old music from Aleppo ; 19. European music and Christian hymns in Beirut (1926-1948) ; 20. The creation of a Lebanese music (1948-1967) ; 21. Nasserism versus tourism (1952-1967) ; 22. The rise of dissident culture and alternative music (1968-1975) ; 23. Bombs, protest, propaganda and rock music from the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990) ; 24. Pan-Arabic pop and the 2006 war -- Part V: Meaning: reading Lebanese music making from different perspectives: 25. Historical perspectives ; 26. Sociopolitical perspectives ; 27. Geopolitical perspectives ; 28. Psychological perspectives ; 29. Aesthetical perspectives ; 30. Euro-American perspectives

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