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James Oestreich[The book tells]. . .a fascinating tale of a disclipline still young, undefined and insecure trying to prove its usefulness, to survive in shifting and ultimately dangerous waters. . . .What music may well be is the . . .hardest [art] to bend to political uses. . . .That elusiveness is nowhere more apparent than in attempts to pin down the very concept of 'Germanness' in music.
—New York Times