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Popular Music and National Culture in Israel
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Preface Introduction: Popular Music and National Culture PART I: CULTURAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXTS 1. A Short Introduction to Israeli Culture 2. Israeli Institutions of Popular Music PART II: POPULAR MUSIC AND NATIONALIST IDEOLOGY 3. Shirei Eretz Yisrael (Songs of the Land of Israel) 4. "In Spite of it All, She Has Something": Popular Songs in the Yishuv and Early Nationhood 5. The Lehaqot Tzvayiot (Army Ensembles) 6. "And the Winner Is ... ": Popular Song Festivals PART III: ISRAELI ROCK 7. The Invention of Israeli Rock 8. The Coming of Rock PART IV: MUSIQA MIZRA{HU}IT 9. Musiqa Mizra{hu}it: Origins, Style, Production, and Public 10. From "Neighborhood" to the Charts: Musiqa Mizra{hu}it and Legitimacy Conclusion Select Discography Works Cited Song and Album Index Name Index Subject Index

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Motti Regev is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the Open University of Israel. He is the author of Rock: Music & Culture (1995) and Oud and Guitar: The Musical Culture of the Arabs in Israel (1993). Edwin Seroussi is the Emanuel Alexandre Professor of Musicology and Director of the Jewish Music Research Centre at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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