第二次世界大战期间的音乐
Music during World War II

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    《牛津大学出版社博客精选》第013期

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    Oxford University Press

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无论是作为一种明显的宣传工具,或是娱乐、疗养和鼓舞人心的手段,音乐都已遍及家庭和音乐厅、军营和政府大楼、医院和工厂。作为一种兼具渗透性和可塑性的媒介,音乐适用于大量与战争有关的任务。实际上,音乐的存在甚至比电影、海报、书籍和报纸还多,战争中音乐无处不在,不仅有现场演奏,还有录音和广播。就美国而言,及至今日,诸如蒂娜•肖尔、艾灵顿公爵和安德鲁姐妹等音乐人依旧存在于人们对战争时期的音乐想象之中。无论是“全女子”组合“国际甜心节奏”的表演,还是格伦•米勒和阿蒂•萧指挥的军乐队,摇摆乐和布吉伍吉舞娱乐着本土民众和海外驻军。

Whether as an instrument of blatant propaganda or as a means of entertainment, recuperation, and uplift, music pervaded homes and concert halls, army camps and government buildings, hospitals and factories. A medium both permeable and malleable, music was appropriated for numerous war-related tasks. Indeed, even more than movies, posters, books, and newspapers, music sounded everywhere in this war, not only in its live manifestations but also through recording and radio. So far as the U.S. is concerned, even today, musicians such as Dinah Shore, Duke Ellington, and the Andrew Sisters populate the sonic imaginary of wartime. Whether performed by “all-girl” groups such as the International Sweethearts of Rhythm or by military bands conducted by Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw, swing and boogie-woogie entertained civilians at home and G.I.s stationed abroad.

当政治家们试图捕捉一个团结一心的时刻时,他们常常会选择阿隆•柯普兰的音乐。为什么?在20世纪40年代的美国,国家认同得到巩固的时期,古典音乐是一种普遍的文化存在。借助音乐史、美学、接受史和文化史,《战争之音》重现了第二次世界大战时期非凡的音乐面貌。本期内容所呈现的就是这本书中的一个简短片段。

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