5 edition of Land without Nightingales found in the catalog.
June 20, 2002
by University of Wisconsin Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Philip V. Bohlman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
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Despite the laments of some nineteenth-century German immigrants that America was a land bereft of poetry and song, a "land without nightingales," the history of German American music is a rich one. This book explores the wide variety of forms of musical expression among German-speaking immigrants to America and their descendants from the Format: Hardcover.
Land without Nightingales Music in the Making of German-America Edited by Philip V. Bohlman and Otto Holzapfel Despite the laments of some nineteenth-century German immigrants that America was a land bereft of poetry and song, a "land without nightingales," the history of.
Despite the laments of some nineteenth-century German immigrants that America was a land bereft of poetry and song, a "land without nightingales," the history of German American music is a rich one.
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[Philip V Bohlman; Otto Holzapfel;] -- CD contains: Musical selections including: Traditional soundprints; Choral singing and social music making; Viennese urban traditions; Sacred traditions; Mixed languages/Mixed traditions; Polka and.
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Land without Nightingales: Music in the Making of German-America Edited by Philip Bohlman and Otto Holzapfel pp., 30 b/w photos, 17 musical transcriptions, 2 maps, 9 illus.
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The Irish writer Eugene McCabe’s sole and brilliant novel Death and Nightingales – set in rural Fermanagh in – has long been acknowledged in Ireland as a modern classic.5/5.The Nightingale Summary. It was a dark and stormy night just kidding, Shmoopers. It's a dark and quiet night, and the speaker welcomes his friend and her sister to join him on a bridge overlooking a green bit of nature, where they begin chatting about the night sky.
A nightingale interrupts their chat with its melancholy song.