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Fruktan, fascination och frändskap. Det svenska musiklivet och nazismen

(2006)
Abstract
Considers the close musical connections between Sweden and Germany, and how they were affected by the cultural policies of Nazi Germany in 1939-45. A wide range of topics are discussed including the reception of Swedish music in Nazi Germany, the relationship between Kurt Atterberg and Moses Pergament and national socialism, and the reaction of Swedish radio audiences to German music.
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  abstract     = {Considers the close musical connections between Sweden and Germany, and how they were affected by the cultural policies of Nazi Germany in 1939-45. A wide range of topics are discussed including the reception of Swedish music in Nazi Germany, the relationship between Kurt Atterberg and Moses Pergament and national socialism, and the reaction of Swedish radio audiences to German music.},
  editor       = {Andersson, Greger and Geisler, Ursula},
  isbn         = {91-975222-7-9},
  keyword      = {Germany -- musical life -- relation to Swedish musical life -- 1939-45
Sweden -- musical life -- relation to German musical life -- 1939-45
cultural policies -- Germany -- Nazism -- influence on German and Swedish musical life -- 1939-45
reception -- Swedish music -- Germany -- 1939-45
Atterberg,Kurt -- life -- relation to socialism
Pergament,Moses -- life -- relation to socialism
mass media -- radio -- Sweden -- reception of German music -- 1939-45},
  language     = {swe},
  pages        = {193},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x7fbc9e8)},
  title        = {Fruktan, fascination och frändskap. Det svenska musiklivet och nazismen},
  year         = {2006},
}