Rock 'n' roll and nationalism : a multinational perspective / edited by Mark Yoffe and Adrea Collins.

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Other Authors: Yoffe, Mark, Collins, Andrea
Format: Book
Published: Newcastle, UK : Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005.
Table of Contents:
  • Notes on transliteration
  • Foreword / Dave Laing
  • Introduction / Mark Yoffe
  • Ch. 1. Some people in this town don't want to die like a hero: multiculturalism and the alternative music scene in Sarajevo, 1992-1996 / Nikolai Jeffs
  • Ch. 2. The decline and fall of Rock 'n Roll: main characteristics and trends of Coratioan popular music in the second half of the nineteen-nineties / Branko Kostelnik
  • Ch. 3. English Rock 'n Roll- an expression of non-belligerent Nationalism / Kenneth Roseman
  • Ch. 4. East of Rock: the development of Finnish National Rock / Tarja Rautiainen
  • Ch. 5. Retro-Nationalism? Rock music in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) / Patricia Simpson
  • Ch. 6. Hungary's Cold War Rock 'n Roll spring: an interview with Andras Simonyi, Hungarian ambasador to the U.S. / Andrea Collins, Mark Yoffe
  • Ch. 7. Conceptual carnival: Natioanl elements in Russian nationalistic Rock music / Mark Yoffe
  • Ch. 8. On the realtationship of global and local music production: Mario Marzidovšek and his independent label Marzidovshekminimalaboratorium / Rajko Mursic
  • Ch. 9. National Zapprobat: reinterpreting Frank Zappa through a patriotic lens / Aaron Mulvaney
  • Bibliography
  • Discography
  • Endnotes.