Music, power, war, and revolution

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Summary/Review: When the First World War broke out in 1914, the music world was not unaffected. Artists inevitably became involved, either as soldiers at the front or more...
Summary/Review: When the First World War broke out in 1914, the music world was not unaffected. Artists inevitably became involved, either as soldiers at the front or as composers of patriotic music or musical memorials to a lost world. The three-part documentary series investigates the (un)known, overt and hidden connections between music, power, war and revolution. Beginning with what led to this great human tragedy, each episode addresses different perspectives of the relationship between music and politics.
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    Eatonville
    DVD Set Nonfiction 2 week loan Due: 27/9/2019 On loan 306.4842 MUS
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