Sounds Of Reform: Progressivism And Music In Chicago, 1873-1935

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Between 1873 and 1935, reformers in Chicago used the power of music to unify the diverse peoples of the metropolis. These musical progressives emphasized the capacity of music to transcend differences among various groups. Sounds of Reform looks at the history of efforts to propagate this vision and the resulting encounters between activists and ethnic, immigrant, and working-class residents.Music...

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Print Length: 418 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0807854816
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (July 21, 2004)
Publication Date: July 21, 2004
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Language: English
ASIN: B00ZVETBL4
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The book is localized for the Chicago area, covering the 1880-1930s era, mostly in the sheet music era. The sound recording era for popular music generally started in earnest about 1920, and for modern ears sound quality doesn't get very pleasant/li...



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ives sponsored free concerts and music lessons at neighborhood parks and settlement houses, organized music festivals and neighborhood dances, and used the radio waves as part of an unprecedented effort to advance civic engagement. European classical music, ragtime, jazz, and popular American song all figured into the musical progressives' mission.For residents with ideas about music as a tool of self-determination, musical progressivism could be problematic as well as empowering. The resulting struggles and negotiations between reformers and residents transformed the public culture of Chicago. Through his innovative examination of the role of music in the history of progressivism, Derek Vaillant offers a new perspective on the cultural politics of music and American society.