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About David Conway. David Conway. With Jewry in Music, David Conway oilers a broad survey of European Jews' entry, activity, and development in the musical professions between and Wagner's publication of his infamous Das Judenium in.
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These bookend dates are particularly connected to new eras and changes in Jews' standing in musical life. Conway scrutinizes how and why Jews were attracted to the musical professions, as well as their contributions to them in terms of novelty and difference. According to the author, one of the motivations of musicians of Jewish heritage to enter the musical mainstream is the "Jewish desire and ability to buy into Gentile culture as part of' a process of entry to European society" p. The core of the book consists of a survey presenting the situation in selected European countries: a very short section on the Netherlands, a more elaborate one on Austria, and substantial portions on England, Germany, and France.
Although the section titles promise information on the musical life in individual countries, their content focuses almost exclusively on their capitals, centers of Western musical life at the time. Unfortunately, a brief survey of those countries that have had strong Jewish musical traditions such as Hungary, Poland, and Bohemia is absent.
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