|aFrench music, culture, and national identity, 1870-1939 /|cedited by Barbara L. Kelly.
|aRochester, NY :|bUniversity of Rochester Press,|c2008.
|axix, 260 p. :|bill., music ;|c24 cm.
|aEastman studies in music,|x1071-9989
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aHeroism, art, and new media : France and identity formation. Unifying the French nation : Savorgnan de Brazza and the Third Republic / Edward Berenson ; New media, source-bonding, and alienation : listening at the 1889 Exposition Universelle / Annegret Fauser ; Debussy and the making of a musicien franc?ais : Pelle?as, the press, and World War I / Barbara L. Kelly ; A bas Wagner! : the French press campaign against Wagner during World War I / Marion Schmid -- Canon, style, and political alignment. D'Indy's Beethoven / Steven Huebner ; Messidor : republican patriotism and the French revolutionary tradition in Third Republic opera / James Ross ; The symphony and national identity in early twentieth-century France / Brian Hart ; Transcending the word? : religion and music in Gauguin's quest for abstraction / Debora Silverman ; Jolivet's search for a new French voice : spiritual otherness in Mana (1935) / Deborah Mawer -- Regionalism. Rameau in late nineteenth-century Dijon : memorial, festival, fiasco / Katharine Ellis ; Becoming Alsatian : anti-German and pro-French cultural propaganda in Alsace, 1898-1914 / Detmar Klein ; National identity and the double border in Lorraine, 1870-1914 / Didier Francfort; translated by Christopher Moore.