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Made in Hungary

Studies in Popular Music

Edited by Emília Barna, Tamás Tófalvy

© 2017 – Routledge

192 pages

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Emília Barna is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. She is a founding member and Chair of IASPM Hungary, editor of Zenei Hálózatok Folyóirat (Music Networks Journal), and Advisory Board Member of IASPM@Journal.

Tamás Tófalvy is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He was the founding Chair and is the current Vice-Chair of IASPM Hungary.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Series Foreword Introduction: The Study of Popular Music in Hungary Part I: Scenes, Cultures and Identities 1. Setting Up a Tent in the "New Europe:" The Sziget Festival of Budapest 2. Taming the Extreme: Hungarian Black Metal in the Mainstream Publicity 3. Learned Helplessness of a Cultural Scene: The Hungarian Contemporary Jazz Scene through the Eyes of Its Participants 4. A Translocal Music Room of One’s Own: Female Musicians within the Budapest Lo-Fi Music Scene Part II: History, Politics and Remembering 5. The Songs Remain the Same: Structures of Cultural Politics of Retro in Hungarian Pop Music 6. “Hungarian in Form, Socialist in Content:” The Concept of National Dance Music in Stalinist Hungary 7. Paper Mohawk: On a Missing Hungarian Punk Monograph 8. “Nothing But the Music … :” The History of Hungarian Funk Music Part III: Artists, Receptions and Audiences 9. The Insecure Village Girl Who Found Success, and Her Gentle Deconstructions: Bea Palya 10. “Gloomy Sunday:” The Hungarian “Suicide Hymn” between the Myths and Interpretations 11. “This Kind of Music Informs You about the Present State of the World:” DJ Palotai’s Position within the Contemporary Hungarian Underground Culture 12. The Way They Were: Subcultural Experiences of Emo Fans from a Retrospective Aspect 13. The Growth of the Hungarian Popular Music Repertoire: Who Creates It and How does It Find an Audience? 14. Coda: “My Genes in My Suitcase, My Forehead in the Atmosphere:” Perceptions of Hungarian Popular Music and Its Research Abroad Afterword: “A Dozen Songs Put in the Right Order:” A Conversation with Yonderboi Select Bibliography of Hungarian Popular Music Notes on Contributors Index

About the Editors

Emília Barna is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. She is a founding member and Chair of IASPM Hungary, editor of Zenei Hálózatok Folyóirat (Music Networks Journal), and Advisory Board Member of IASPM@Journal.

Tamás Tófalvy is Assistant Professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He was the founding Chair and is the current Vice-Chair of IASPM Hungary.

About the Series

Routledge Global Popular Music Series

The Routledge Global Popular Music Series provides popular music scholars, teachers, students, and musicologists with a well-informed and up-to-date introduction to different world popular music scenes. The series of volumes can be used for academic teaching in popular music studies, or as a collection of reference works. Written by those living and working in the countries about which they write, this series is devoted to popular music largely unknown to Anglo-American readers.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MUS000000
MUSIC / General
MUS024000
MUSIC / Genres & Styles / International