- Häftad (Paperback)
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- Cambridge University Press
- Becker, Tobias / Linton, David
- black and white Worked examples or Exercises 4 Printed music items 15 Halftones
- 15 b/w illus. 4 music examples
- 228 x 152 x 19 mm
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- 23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 408 g
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Popular Musical Theatre in London and Berlin
1890 to 1939
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Len Platt is Professor of Modern Literature at Goldsmiths, University of London. His research interests include modern literature, James Joyce and popular musical theatre and his publications include James Joyce: Texts and Contexts (2011), Modernism and Race (edited, 2010), Joyce, Race and 'Finnegans Wake' (2006), Musical Comedy on the West End Stage, 1890-1939 (2004) and Aristocracies of Fiction (2003). Tobias Becker is a lecturer at the Freie Universitt Berlin. His research focuses upon the history of popular culture and urban history in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and his publications include Inszenierte Moderne. Populres Theater in Berlin und London, 1880-1930 (2014) and Die Stadt der tausend Freuden. Vergngungskultur um 1900 (edited with Anna Littmann and Johanna Niedbalski, 2011). David Linton is a theatre practitioner and an associate lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. His research interests include multidisciplinary participatory arts practice, popular musical theatre, Black performance and the formation and representation of national and cultural identities.
Introduction Len Platt, Tobias Becker and David Linton; Part I. The Mechanics of Transfer and Translation: 1. Berlin/London: London/Berlin: an outline of cultural transfer, 1890-1914 Len Platt; 2. Local contexts and genre construction in early continental musical theatre Marion Linhardt; 3. German operetta in the West End and on Broadway Derek B. Scott; 4. The Arcadians and Filmzauber: adaptation and the popular musical theatre text Tobias Becker; 5. How a sweet Viennese girl became a fair international lady: transfer, performance, modernity Stefan Frey; 6. 'A happy man can live in the past': musical theatre transfer in the 1920s and 1930s Len Platt and Tobias Becker; Part II. Atlantic Traffic: 7. Hullo Ragtime! West End revue and the Americanisation of popular culture in pre-1914 Britain Peter Bailey; 8. The Argentine tango: a transatlantic dance on the European Stage Kerstin Lange; 9. Dover Street to Dixie and the politics of cultural transfer and exchange David Linton and Len Platt; 10. The transculturality of stage, song and other media: intermediality in popular musical theatre Carolin Stahrenberg and Nils Grosch; Part III. Representation in Transition: Stage Others: 11. The Sandow Girl and her sisters: the construction and performance of the healthy female body in fin de sicle musical comedy Viv Gardner; 12. West End musical theatre and the representation of Germany Len Platt; 13. The Tropical Express: an exotic non-stop revue in Nazi Germany Susann Lewrenz; 14. Operetta and propaganda: the politicisation of popular musical theatre in the Third Reich Matthias Kauffmann.