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Jonathan Neufeld: "Democratic Virtuosity: Music and the Public Sphere"

dc.contributor.authorWood, David, 1946-
dc.contributor.authorNeufeld, Jonathan
dc.descriptionIncludes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP4 file: "Thinking Out of the Lunch Box - Video - Jonathan Neufeld: 'Democratic Virtuosity: Music and the Public Sphere.'" By Vanderbilt University. Jonathan Neufeld, assistant professor of philosophy, speaks at the Nashville Public Library's Main Library on May 6, 2009, as part of the Thinking Out of the Lunch Box series co-sponsored by Vanderbilt and the public library. Neufeld discusses Daniel Barenboim's unannounced conducting of a Richard Wagner piece at a concert in Israel, defying an unofficial ban against the performance of works by Wagner. He also talks about how composer Gabriela Lena Frank expresses traditional Peruvian music through European forms and instruments. He illustrates his lecture by playing musical selections, and he takes questions at the end. Professor of philosophy David Wood introduces Neufeld.en
dc.description.sponsorshipNashville Public Libraryen
dc.publisherVanderbilt Universityen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThinking Out of the Lunch Boxen
dc.subjectClassical musicen
dc.subject.lcshFrank, Gabriela Lenaen
dc.subject.lcshMusic and stateen
dc.subject.lcshMusic -- Political aspectsen
dc.subject.lcshBarenboim, Daniel, 1942-en
dc.subject.lcshWagner, Richard, 1813-1883en
dc.subject.lcshMusic -- Social aspectsen
dc.subject.lcshMusic -- Performanceen
dc.titleJonathan Neufeld: "Democratic Virtuosity: Music and the Public Sphere"en
dc.description.departmentPhilosophy Departmenten

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  • Thinking Out of the Lunch Box
    A series of lunchtime talks with philosophical flavor sponsored by Vanderbilt University and the Nashville Public Library and led by David Wood, Centennial Professor of Philosophy.

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