List of Illustrations
In Search of Kultur
The Strasbourg Olympic Games in MusicBeethoven and Jean-ChristopheRomain Rolland and Richard StraussAbove the Battle?
Chapter 2. Pomp and Circumstance
Defining Poland and BelgiumCountering Charges from Home and Abroad
Chapter 3. The Old Lie
Elgar’s Women and Fallen HeroesOther War Requiems
Chapter 4. The Symphony of the Front
Christmas 1914Concerts and Soldier SongsNational Airs and Popular and Retexted Tunes
Chapter 5. Mobilization and the Call to History
The Silent Muse and War PagesEn blanc et noirNeoclassicism and National Identity
Chapter 6. War and the Children
Noël of The Children Who No Longer Have a HomeWar in a Toy BoxJoan of Arc
Chapter 7. War Games, 19141915
A March, a Dedication, and a DrawingGame Theory, War, and the Lively Arts
Chapter 8. Charades and Masquerades
Beethoven and DoggerelRenard and a Soldier’s TaleNational Anthems
Chapter 9. Church, State, and Schola
Veteran, Monarchist, ClassicistThe Legend of St. ChristopherProblems with Beethoven, Protestants, and Jews
Chapter 10. Neoclassicism, Aviation, and the Great War
"Trois beaux oiseaux du Paradis"The Wounded MuseThe "Toccata" and the War in the AirFlights of Fancy
Chapter 11. The World of the Future, the Future of the World
Futurism and MusicVisionary Classicist
Chapter 12. "Dance of Death"
The Lost BrigadeJacob’s LadderA Vision for the Future
Chapter 13. "The Last Days of Mankind"
A March and a Soldier’s TaleMomentary Fraternité
The United States of America
Chapter 14. "The Yanks Are Coming"
War Song as
Interventionist PropagandaWomen and the WarTroop Entertainments Abroad
Chapter 15. "Onward Christian Soldiers"
Church, State, and Moral ReciprocityBilly SundayHymns, Sentimental and Militant
Chapter 16. The 100% American
"The Star-Spangled Banner"The Four-Minute Men and the Movies
Chapter 17. "Proof Through the Night"
The Chicago Symphony OrchestraThe Boston Symphony Orchestra and "L’affaire Muck"Good CitizenshipOpera and Ballet in New York
Chapter 18. "On Patrol in No Man’s Land"
The "Hellfighters" of the 369th RegimentFrom the Tuileries to the Recording StudioThe "Damnable Dilemma"Birth of an American Conservatory in Fontainebleau
Chapter 19. Coming of Age in America
John Alden CarpenterComing to Terms with the Avant-gardeLeo Ornstein: America’s FuturistCharles Ives: Private Witness to the Great War
Chapter 20. "Goin’ Home"
Armistice and Celebration"Goin’ Home""My Buddy"
Chapter 21. Ceremonials and the War of Nerves
Nerves, Jazz, and the "Lost Generation"Antheil and the Suppression of Sentiment
Chapter 22. The Persistence of Memory
Twilight in Belgrade: Ravel’s FrontispiceTwilight in Vienna: La valseRe-evaluating National HistoriesA Concerto for the Left Hand
Chapter 23. Prophecies and Alarms
Triptychs: Grünewald, Dix, and HindemithGershwin’s Strike Up the Band!
Chapter 24. Unfinished Business
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