Zur Kategorie des ,,Nordischen“ in der norwegischen Musikgeschichte 1930–45
Until today, musicologists in Norway have eschewed an examination of their country's musical history within a political context. A major contributing factor to the ongoing depolitization of Norwegian culture was the occupation by Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1945, which fostered a collective avoidance or repression of this entire aspect immediately following the end of the Second World War. This essay also discusses the transformation of the category Nordic from a geographical and cultural term to a nationalistic aesthetic during the 1930s and 40s, which brought on a short-lived, though all-consuming, politization of Norway's musical life.
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Publication date: July 1, 2016
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