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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: German Sounds, Sounding German, and the Acoustics of Publicity 1. Radio, Mass Publicity, and National Fantasy 2. The Schlager and the Singer Film: Organs of Experience and the History of Subjectivity 3. "Musik" and "Musick": "Opus Music" and Mass Culture 4. "Songs the Gypsy Plays for Us": Racial Fantasy, Music, and the State Notes Bibliography Index
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Music and state -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
National socialism and music -- Germany -- Weimar (Thuringia).
Mass media and public opinion -- Germany.