Music in the Twentieth Century: The BBC and Ultra-Modern Music, 1922-1936: Shaping a Nation's Tastes Series Number 10 by Jennifer Doctor
This book, first published in 2000, examines the BBC's campaign to raise cultural awareness for the British public in the early days of the radio. As a specific case, it…
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This book, first published in 2000, examines the BBC's campaign to raise cultural awareness for the British public in the early days of the radio. As a specific case, it focuses on the policies and plans behind the transfer of music by composers associated with the Arnold Schoenberg Circle between 1922, when the BBC was founded, and spring 1936, when Edward Clarke, a former student at Schoenberg and a prominent figure in the BBC, resigned Of the institution.
This study traces and analyzes the BBC's attempts to manipulate the monetary and verbal responses of this reference. The book looks at three interrelated aspects of the BBC's early history.
Policy decisions on contemporary music transmissions are examined to determine why the broadcast time is allocated for this reference. The structures of early individuals are reconstructed to investigate the responsibilities, attitudes and interests of those who have influenced the transmission of music. Finally, the work of the Second Vienna School is screened in detail..
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