Mediating Flemish Folk Songs Across Cultural Borders During the Nineteenth Century: From Patrimonial Monuments to Musical Propaganda

@inproceedings{Dhulst2018MediatingFF,
  title={Mediating Flemish Folk Songs Across Cultural Borders During the Nineteenth Century: From Patrimonial Monuments to Musical Propaganda},
  author={L. D''hulst},
  year={2018}
}
  • L. D''hulst
  • Published 2018
  • History
  • Ancient popular songs carry a community’s cultural memory. Generation after generation, translators, musicians, historians, take charge of actualizing their form and meaning and refocusing their local, regional or national embedding. During European Romanticism, the rediscovery, description and publication of folklore added new functions, such as challenging the prevalent literary and musical models inherited from Classicism. What is less known, however, is that smaller language communities… CONTINUE READING
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