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Table of Contents: [Music in the Post-9/11 World, Ritter and Daughtry, eds.] Front matter Foreword, Gage Averill [forthcoming by 10/15, ca. 2000 words] vi Introduction, J. Martin Daughtry [forthcoming by 10/15, ca. 4000 words] vii Part One: American Music and the Mass Media After 9/11 1. Pop Goes to War, 2001¿2004: U.S. Popular Music After 9/11 1 Reebee Garofalo 2. ¿America: A Tribute to Heroes¿: Music, Mourning, and the Unified 33 American Community Kip Pegley and Susan Fast 3. The Sounds of American and Canadian Television News After 9/11: 56 Entoning Horror and Grief, Fear and Anger James Deaville 4. Models of Charity and Spirit: Springsteen and 9/11 93 Bryan Garman 5. Double Voices of Musical Censorship after 9/11 118 Martin Scherzinger 6. ¿Have you forgotten?¿: Darryl Worley and the Musical Politics of 160 Operation Iraqi Freedom Peter Schmelz 7. For alle Menschen? Classical Music and Remembrance After 9/11 204 Peter Tregear Part Two: A Polyphony of Voices: Music and 9/11 Beyond the U.S. 8. Terror in an Andean Key: Peasant Cosmopolitans Interpret 9/11 230 Jonathan Ritter 9. Exploding Myths in Morocco and Senegal: Sufis Making Music After 9/11 263 Larry Blumenfeld 10. Corridos of 9/11: Mexican Ballads in Commemorative Practice 285 John McDowell 11. ¿I¿ll tell you why we hate you!¿ Sha¿ban ¿Abd al-Rahim and 324 Middle Eastern Reactions to 9/11 James Grippo 12. 9/11 and the Politics of Music-Making in Afghanistan 352 Veronica Doubleday Contributors 400 Index xx
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Popular music -- Political aspects.
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Songs and music -- History and criticism.
War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Songs and music -- History and criticism.