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What do we mean by ‘twentieth-century music’? And how are we to square this with the musics of a twenty-first century that is now nearing the end of its second decade? These and other questions are salient for a journal that identifies the former century in its title yet regards the latter as equally within its remit. Just how are we to think the two centuries together? Should we consider the music of the twenty-first century as a continuation of tendencies from the late twentieth? Or are there tendencies within musical production and consumption that have a definitively twenty-first-century character and so mark out the beginning of a new era? If so, when and with what, iconically speaking, did the twenty-first century beginand the twentieth end? Or do these historiographic categories even continue to have currency? This discussion forum explores these questions (and others) with contributions from authors from a range of disciplinary and sub-disciplinary perspectives, from a diversity of geographic and person subject positions, and arguing in relation to a range of musical styles and genres.
Author(s): Clarke D, Lochhead J, Metzer D, Griffiths D, Nooshin L, Rollefson G, Yang HL, Mugovhani NG, Piekut B, Lewis GE, Toop D, Manabe N, Redgate R, Thompson M
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Twentieth-Century Music
Online publication date: 08/01/2018
Acceptance date: 22/06/2017
Date deposited: 16/01/2018
ISSN (print): 1478-5722
ISSN (electronic): 1478-5730
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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