Issues of Hegemony and IdentityUnknown - 1994
This volume contains both reprints of articles and new essays about specific aspects of the social history of Canadian music. Designed for courses in Canadian music history, it brings together a body of interdisciplinary research that students often overlook within their specific foci of the individual areas. Studies of Euro-Canadian classical music and jazz are integrated with studies of traditional and popular music, thereby acknowledging that these domains, while tenaciously separated in university curricula, are interconnected.
Many of the articles focus on the experiential rather than on objectified works of art; the processes of creating and using music are emphasized.