Satchmo Meets Amadeus: Transatlantica, Vol. 2

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Overview

Satchmo Meets Amadeus examines the close encounters between classical music—the soundtrack of the Europeanized world—and jazz, the classical music of globalization. This is an eclectic collection of essays by renowned experts covering just about every aspect of the subject: the history of European and American music; African-American culture; international cultural encounters; the political, economic, and cultural histories of New Orleans and Salzburg; the political exploitation of music during the eras of National Socialism and the Cold War; the economic utilization of art by the music and tourism industries; and how classical music and jazz, the New World and the Old, have been blended. Satchmo Meets Amadeus analyzes the cultural, economic, social, and political structures shaping or hindering the creation of music, as well as the construction of popular images and myths about (and against) these seminal musical figures from the 18th to the beginning of the 21st century.

The collection is enhanced by the insights of noted musicians Joe Muranyi (the last surviving member of the Louis Armstrong All Stars), Tom McDermott, Wolfgang Pillinger, Abi von Reininghaus, and S. Frederick Starr. Other contributors include Connie Atkinson, (University of New Orleans), John H. Baron (Tulane University, New Orleans); Erwin Giedenbacher (University of Salzburg), Hubert Giesinger (Salzburg) and Clemens Panagl (Salzburg), Christian Gruber (University of Salzburg), Rainer Gstrein (University of Innsbruck), Robert Hoffmann (University of Salzburg), Tad Jones (New Orleans), Kurt Luger (University of Salzburg), David Nelson (University of North Carolina at Greensboro's School of Music), Berndt Ostendorf (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich), Gilda Pasetzky (Universit de Franche-Comt, Besanon), Lawrence N. Powell (Tulane University, New Orleans), Oliver Rathkolb (University of Vienna), Jack Stewart (New Orleans), Penny Von Eschen (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), and Reinhold Wagnleitner (University of Salzburg).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783706541503
  • Publisher: Studien Verlag
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Series: Transatlantica
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents


Dedication     11
Acknowledgements     12
Preface     13
Introduction     16
Pops Meets Moze     34
Amadeus and Satchmo     46
Incubating Musical Talent: Vienna and New Orleans     54
Political and Civic Consciousness in the Mozart's Salzburg     61
Continuity and Discontinuity in Mozart's Exploitation by Nazi-German and Post-war Austrian Cultural Policies: 1938-1945, 1945-1955     71
Jazz as Non-Culture - the Suppression of Jazz in the "Third Reich"     88
The Real Ambassadors     97
Mozart and the Image of Salzburg     111
Fun-Factory Salzburg: Sound of Music, Salzburg Festival, and Tourism     119
Louis Armstrong and the Image of New Orleans     129
New Orleans: An American Pompeii?     142
Jazz Funerals and the Second Line     157
Jazz in Salzburg     162
Roll Over Mozart: New Sounds in an Old Music Town     174
Minuet & Blues: Schnitzel & Noodles Considerations of a Notorious Go-Between     181
Classical Music, Jazz, Rock, Pop - What's the Difference?     190
Jazzin' the Classics: A Survey of the First 100 Years     197
Mozart in New Orleans, 1800 to 1925     206
The MozartEffect: Truths, Errors, Exaggerations     220
Satchmo and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on the Silver Screen     234
Cultural Icons: 'Satchmo and "Amadeus' in the World Wide Web     244
The Musical Geography of Louis Armstrong's Second Neighborhood     254
December 31, 1912     259
Is American Culture Jazz-Shaped? African American Rules of Performance     263
Jazz - The Classical Music of Globalization     280
List of Authors     323
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