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(p. 675) Index

(p. 675) Index

Note: Page references followed by an “e” indicate example; “f  ” indicate figure; “t” indicate table.

“Abre Alas” (Lins/Martins), 362–63, 365
Acheson, Dean, 515
Acosta, José, 99
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). See AIDS
Adamo, Mark, 634n2
Addams, John P., 571
Adenauer, Konrad, 138
Admonitio generalis, 11
Advis, Luis, 339
aesthetic compromise
Gregorian chant as, 7–8
for Roman church, 11
Æthelwold (bishop), 47
Afternoon Drama (Chen Ming-chang), 287–88
after-the-fact censorship, 243–51, 251f252f, 253
Agee, James, 481
Agnus Dei, 50, 56, 62
Aguirre, Julián, 333–34
Ahangari, Hāj Mohammad Sādeq, 661
Aharonián, Coriún, 348
Ahmadinejād, Mahmud, 667–68
AIDS, 634n1
avant-garde music and, 629–32
classical music and, 625–27
in comedy, 632–33
music and, 623–25, 633–34
popular music and, 627–29
AIDS Quilt Songbook, 625–27
AIDS Ragtime (Wojnarowicz), 631
Alard, Charles, 157
Alfonsín, Raúl, 349
Alizādeh, Hoseyn, 662–63, 670n27, 670n29
Allan, Oswald, 586
Allegemeine Theorie der Schönen Künste (Sulzer), 212–13
alleluias, 48
for chants, 30–31
Per signum sancte crucis, 25, 27e, 28
Allende, Salvador, 335
All-Night Vigil (Rachmaninoff), 112–13, 115–16
All the Rage (Ostertag), 631–32
“All You Need is Love” (The JAMS), 629
the Almanac singers, 500–502, 505–6, 508
Alpert, Richard, 542
“Ama-Ndiya” (Ngema), 601–4
American culture. See United States
American Women Composers Association, 642
Amerindians. See indigenous people
Ammer, Christine, 649–50
Amos, Tori, 628
Ancerl, Karl, 406
Anderson, Omer, 413
Andrade, José do Carmo, 365
Anglophone West, 625
Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, 47
“Anh là ai?” (Việt Khang), 303–4
An l’2440 (Mercier), 154
Anthologies list, 653
anti-Semitism
in Austria, 229
as censorship subjects, 146–47
in Germany, 378–80
Anti-yellow Song Campaign, 455–56, 469 (p. 676)
apartheid, 593–97, 599–601, 604–5. See also South Africa
Appalachian Spring (Copland), 512
appeals, 194–95
Appleton, Thomas, 76
Aquitaine, 9
Aquitaine manuscripts. See also graduals
chants for, 18–21, 19t20t
Gallican prayers for, 24–25
origins of, 28
Aquitainian mass Propers (religion), 22–25
Aragón, Agustín de (Jesuit), 101
Aran, Zalman, 132, 137
archaism, 28
Ardévol, José, 339
Arena (Flanagan), 493
Argentina
censorship in, 333–35, 348–50
classical music in, 336–41
folk music in, 344
National Reorganization Process in, 344–48
“pedagogy of the oppressed” in, 341–48
religion in, 345
theater in, 343
Arian (band), 665–66
Armenulić, Silvana, 264–66, 271n22
Arnolfini, Giovanni, 57–58
Aroldo (Verdi), 243–44
Arouet, François-Marie. See Voltaire
Arrigo, Linda, 278
Artaud, Antonin, 168
artistic integrity, 490–92
Asār, Ali Rezā, 665
As Nasty As They Wanna Be (2 Live Crew), 611–12
Lassedio di Arlem (Verdi), 244–45
Assmann, Jan, 197n2
atonality, 378
Attali, Jacques, 275–76, 291–92
Attinello, Paul, 3
Aubert, Daniel François Esprit, 242
audiences, 609–18
Austen, Jane, 639
Austria. See also Vienna
anti-Semitism in, 229
censorship in, 227–28
Italy and, 244
police in, 227–28
avant-garde music, 629–32
“Ave Maria,” 95, 239
“Ayesaba amagwala,” 604
Aygi, Gennadiy, 413–14
Azari, Soja, 663
B-52s, 629
Babbitt, Milton, 644
Babington plot of 1586, 79–80
Bach, J. S., 122–24
Bacharach, Burt, 627–28
Bad Girl (Mui), 460
Baez, Joan, 505–6
Bahār, Malek al-Sho’arā, 669n9
“A balad intituled the dekaye of the Duke” (Elderton), 74–75
Balbulus, Notker, 29
Baldwin, Stanley, 538
ballads, 73–74, 77. See also broadside ballads
Un ballo in maschera (Verdi), 237–38, 241–43
Bambarger, Bradley, 443–44
“Bamboo Poem” (Chen Ming-chang), 287–88
Barbacini, Maurizio, 242
Barbarossa, Frederick, 244
Le Barbier de Séville (Beaumarchais), 167–69, 205, 207, 215
Bardare, Emanuele, 246
Barenboim, Daniel, 143–46, 148n29, 340–41
Barnum, P. T., 561
baroque-ness, 95–96
baroque style, 96
Barroso Cavalcante, Maria Luiza, 364
Bartlet, M. Elizabeth C., 156–58
La battaglia di Legnano (Verdi), 239–40, 244–45
Bauer, Marion, 640
BBC Variety Programmes Policy Guide for Writers and Producers, 539–40
B-Br 5777 (manuscript), 58
the Beatles, 535, 549–53
BBC and, 546–49
censorship and, 541–46
Beaumarchais, Pierre-Augustin Caron de
comedy for, 159, 166–70 (p. 677)
for Mozart, 213–15
in Vienna, 204–10
“Beautiful Formosa” (Lee), 278–79
“Beautiful Girls” (Cui Jian), 470n11
Becerra, Gustavo, 339
Beckerman, Michael, 3
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 221–23, 225–28, 230–33. See also Fidelio
Begin, Menachem, 132, 140
Béhague, Gerard, 339
beiguan music, 290–91
Bellini, Vincenzo, 239, 253
Benda, Friedrich Ludwig, 205
Benedict XIII (Pope), 51
Ben-Gurion, David, 138
Benjamin, Walter, 477
benshengren, 277–78, 288
Bent, Margaret, 52
Ben-Zeev, Noam, 146
Berezovsky, Maxim, 123
Berg, Alban, 377–80, 379f, 381f, 382–87, 385f, 387f
Berg, Helene, 384–86
Berger, Karol, 440
Berlinsky, Valentin, 419
Berlin State Orchestra, 145
Bertoldo (Da Ponte), 214
Bessie, Alvah, 486
Bidād, 662, 670n24
Biermann, Wolf, 509
“Biko” (Gabriel), 595, 597
The Billy Cotton Band Show, 541
Billy the Kid (Copland), 512
bishops
Æthelwold, 47
Bishop’s Ban, 70
Dunstan, 47
Jewel, 73–74
John of Syracuse, 39
Oswald, 39
Sardinha, 100
Bishop’s Ban, 70
Björk, 461
black code. See racism
black culture, 611–12, 614, 616–17, 624
Blacklist Workshop, 281–83, 282f, 298n14
Black Mambazo, 596
blackness, 563–66, 564f
Black Panther (band), 458
Blake, Peter, 549, 550
Bland, James, 586
Blazhkov, Igor, 418–20
Blitzstein, Marc, 477–82, 490–92, 494–95, 500, 508
“Bloemfontein Blues” (Kramer, D.), 598
Blumauer, Aloys, 211
Bly, Robert, 626–27
Bod74 (chant), 9, 13–15, 15t16t, 17, 23
Bodrenkov, S. I., 425
Boehler, Patrick, 458
Bogdanova, Alla, 418
Bolshevik coup, 111
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 222, 228–29, 232
books, 153
Borodin Quartet, 419, 422
Bortniansky, Dmitry, 123
Bouilly, Jean-Nicolas, 222–24, 231
Boulanger, Nadia, 333, 525, 641–42
Bound for Glory (film), 502
Branco, Castelo, 365
Braun, Peter von (Baron), 193–96, 198n14
Brazil
censorship in, 359–66, 372
culture in, 356–58
politics in, 366–72, 369f
popular music in, 355–56, 358–59, 366–72, 369f
regimes in, 356–58
Breathing (Huxi), 458
Brecht, Bertolt, 484, 508
Bret, Antoine, 155, 167–68
Brett, Phillip, 643
Bretzner, Christoph Friedrich, 176–77
Brezhnev, Leonid, 109
Britain, Radie, 642
British Broadcasting Company (BBC)
BBC Variety Programmes Policy Guide for Writers and Producers, 539–40
the Beatles and, 546–49
censorship and, 535–41, 550–53
Britten, Benjamin, 428, 430
Briusova, Nadezhda, 112–13 (p. 678)
broadside ballads
“A balad intituled the dekaye of the Duke” (Elderton), 74–75
as cautionary tales, 74–75
Doctor Stories Stumblinge into Englonde (Elderton), 69–70, 72
“Earl of Morton” (Elderton), 76–77
in Elizabethan era, 69–71
Elizabeth in, 75–76
fiction in, 76–77
“Greensleeves,” 69, 77, 82
“Ladie Nurse” (Elderton), 76–77
narrative devices for, 75–77
“A newe Ballade, declaryng the daungerous shootyng of the Gunne at the Courte” (Elderton), 75–76
Bronsein, Celia de, 341
Brontë, Charlotte, 639
Brotherhood of the Merchant Adventurers, 58
the brothers Gay, 209
Brown, Elizabeth, 627
Brown, Joe, 541
Brown, Wendy, 158
Browne, Tara, 544–45
Brundibar (Krása), 395, 398
Buarque, Chico, 358, 363, 366–67
Buell, Richard, 436–37
Bull Durham (film), 494
Busbey, Fred, 512–19, 527–28, 529n7
Byrd, William, 78–83
Byrd/Tallis Patent of Monopoly, 78–83
Cady, Chauncey M., 568
Cage, John, 546
cải lương, 307–8
Cai Zhennan, 280
Ca Khúc Da Vàng, 312
Calabar (Buarque), 367
Callender, Charles, 564–65, 572, 586–87
Cameron-Wolfe, Richard, 428, 439
Cammarano, Salvadore, 244, 246
Campion, Edmund, 80–81
Campos, Gilberto Pereira, 360–61
Canción sin verano (Cedrón), 334
“The Canons in the Musicological Toolbox” (Randel), 647
cantors, 7–8
Caputo, Virginia, 650
Cardew, Cornelius, 340
Cardiel, Joseph (Jesuit), 91, 96–97, 104n6
Carl, Tommie E., 642
Carmina Burana (Orff), 139
Carolingian Europe, 10
Carolingian interventions, 29
Carter, Elliot, 437, 439
“Cartomante” (Lins/Martins), 370–71
“Carve Dat Possum” (Hart), 565–68, 576, 585–86
Castelli, Ignaz, 195
Castronuovo, Orestes, 341
Catholic church, 245–51, 251f252f, 253, 631
Elizabeth (Queen) and, 73, 78, 81–82
ca trù, 309–10, 320, 324, 326n13
Catton, Bruce, 516
Cecil, William, 72–73
Cecil Bee and the Buzzy Bunch, 595
Cedrón, Juan (“Tata”), 334
celebrations, 94–95
censorship. See also Iran; Old Regime; political censorship; self-censorship; Taiwan; Vietnam; Yugoslavia
after-the-fact censorship, 243–51, 251f252f, 253
after apartheid, 599–601
during apartheid, 593–97
appeals in, 194–95
in Argentina, 333–35, 348–50
artistic integrity and, 490–92
in Austria, 227–28
Bach and, 122–24
BBC and, 535–41, 550–53
the Beatles and, 541–46
of Berg, A., 377–80, 379f, 381f, 382–87, 385f, 387f
of books, 153
in Brazil, 359–66, 372
by Catholic church, 245–51, 251f252f, 253, 631
in China, 292–94
coded language and, 514–15, 537
of comedy, 167–70, 195–96
of communication, 156
in courts, 612 (p. 679)
criticism as, 259–60, 268–70
cultural censorship, 138–39
in Czechoslovakia, 400, 402, 405–7
for disc jockeys, 595–99
of Don Giovanni (Mozart), 175–79
drunkenness and, 97–98
editorial censorship, 269–70
in education, 527
Elizabethan censorship, 70–71, 82–83
of Fidelio (Beethoven), 227–30
film and, 479–83
flattery and, 79–80
in Germany, 177–78, 197n7
globalization and, 492–95
gossip against, 154–55
governmental forces for, 69–72, 210–13, 593–97
Green Book for, 539–40
hate speech and, 602–5
the Holocaust and, 132–33
homosexuality and, 524
in Hungary, 180
ideology of, 392–93, 468–69, 469n1
internal censorship, 135–44
the Internet and, 321–25, 328n31, 471n18, 471n28
Islam and, 657, 660–61, 663–69
in Israel, 131–33, 139–44
by Jesuits, 91–94
for the Leningrad Capella, 114–16, 126n12
marital love and, 224–25, 232–33
market censorship, 270
for Mozart, 175, 203–4, 206–7, 209
musical instruments and, 97–98, 121–22
by Nazi regime, 377–80, 379f, 381f, 382–87, 385f, 387f, 517
of opera, 157–58, 186t187t, 191t192t, 239–43, 253–54
patriotism and, 515–18
of popular music, 261–62
of press, 210–13
Publications Act for, 594–95
of rap music, 609–18
scandals as, 93
semiotics and, 536–37, 549–53
of Singspiele, 193–96, 197n6
of songs, 156–57
in South Africa, 604–5
in Soviet-bloc, 465–66
in Soviet Russia, 109–10, 413–17, 427–28, 429e430e, 430–33, 440–44, 459
symbolism and, 537
by ulamā, 658
in United States, 477–79, 495, 503–4
of vaudeville, 157
Vienna Congress for, 226–30
in Vietnam war, 306–14
voluntary censorship, 144–47
YouTube and, 304, 466–67, 470n10
censorship subjects. See also classical music
anti-Semitism as, 146–47
audiences and, 609–18
child pornography as, 601
Christianity as, 114–15
communism as, 357
counterhegemony as, 597
“A Day in the Life” (Beatles) as, 535–36, 546–53
drugs as, 541–42, 546–49, 553
in England, 539–40
eroticism as, 96–99, 176–78, 185
folk music as, 2, 261–62
gender as, 3
ideas as, 154–56, 210–11, 596
jazz music as, 455
journalistic ballads as, 73–74
Judaism as, 378–80, 404
King Momo as, 364–65
Lincoln Portrait (Copland) as, 512–13, 516, 518, 529
Nazi regime as, 143–44
Nhân Văn–Giai Phẩm as, 307
nueva cancíon as, 335
race as, 3
religion as, 2, 180
satire as, 70
sexual orientation, 3
sonorous expressions as, 97–98, 103
in South Africa, 595, 601
themes as, 615–16, 618
vulgarity as, 466–67, 600
Wagner as, 131–33
Western music as, 109–10, 123–25, 657, 661–62, 664
women as, 185, 187–88, 246–51, 253
yellow music as, 308, 314–16, 321, 455–56, 469
Ceplair, Larry, 488–89
“A Certain Light” (Brown, E./Howe), 627
Červinková, Blanka, 395, 398
Chama Acesa (Lins), 360
Les champion des dames (Le Franc), 51
Chang, Sarah, 643
Change Is Pain (Mbuli), 598
Chang Hui-mei. See A-Mei
chant books, 48
chants. See also Gallican chants; Gregorian chants; Roman chants
alleluias for, 30–31
in Aquitaine, 9
for Aquitaine manuscripts, 18–21, 19t20t
archaism in, 28
Christological emphasis in, 21, 25
communions for, 32
graduals for, 29–30
for Holy Cross mass, 8, 17–18, 25
for indigenous people, 89–90
introits for, 29
liturgical transformation of, 8
melodic patterns in, 25, 26e27e 28
neumatic patterns in, 25, 26e27e 28
offertories for, 31
prosa for, 32
standardization of, 9–10
The Charlatan (Haas), 394, 406
Charlemagne, 7, 11
Charles the Bold, 58
Charles V (King), 239
Charlevoix (Jesuit), 100
Chaussepierre, Coqueley de, 168
chầu văn, 310–11, 320
Chávez, Carlos, 336–37
Chelouche, Moshe, 134
Chen Da, 287, 299, 299n17
Cheng Gexing, 456
Chen Hsia-yun, 280–81
Chen Ming-chang, 287–88, 290–91
Chen Shui-bian, 275–76, 289, 291–94, 460
Chen Weifang, 462
Chen Yi, 455
chèo, 307–11
Cheron, François, 347
Cherubini, Luigi, 223
Chiang Kai-shek, 277, 280, 283, 299, 299n18
Chico Canta (Buarque), 367
child pornography, 601
China. See also People’s Republic of China; Taiwan
Anti-yellow Song Campaign in, 455–56, 469
censorship in, 292–94
ideology in, 276
“March of the Volunteers,” 293
Music Bureau (Yuefu) in, 277
opera in, 294–96, 299n19
popular music in, 294–96
“Republic of China National Anthem,” 291–92, 299n21
United States and, 455
Vietnam and, 303–4
Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 453–54, 459, 462, 469
The Chinese Connection (film), 295
Chip Nho, 322–23
choirbooks
in Continental Europe, 62–63
in England, 63–64
Kyries in, 57–58
Chopin, Frédéric, 1
Chow, Rey, 286–87
Christe eleison. See Kyrie eleison
Christian funereal liturgies, 101
Christianity
as censorship subjects, 114–15
heathenism and, 90
indigenous music for, 87, 98
readaptation of, 99–102
Christ ist erstanden (German Leise), 62
Christological emphasis, 21, 25
Chu Hà, 310–11
churches, 125n3
Churchill, Winston, 538 (p. 681)
Citizen Kane (Welles), 485
Citron, Marcia, 640–41, 643–46, 651
clandestine literature, 154
classical music
AIDS and, 625–27
in Argentina, 336–41
in Czechoslovakia, 398–400, 399f
as “pedagogy of the oppressed,” 341–48
in United States, 530nn14–15
clean versions, for music, 600
Cleave, Maureen, 543
Clegg, Cyndia Susan, 71, 77
Clinton, Bill, 499
Cloonan, Martin, 2, 304–6
Clurman, Harold, 518
Coates, Albert, 111
Cockerill, Samuel, 562, 590n2
coded language, 514–15, 537
code-switching, 572–75, 587. See also racism
“Cognitive Dissonance: Should Twentieth-Century Women Composers be Grouped with Foucalt’s Mad Criminals?” (Killam), 644
Cold War, 260, 334–35. See also Soviet Russia
Reagan-Gorbachev Summit for, 427
for Schnittke, A., 414–17
for United States, 483–90, 492–95, 502–5, 511–19, 520f523f, 522–29, 642
“The Cold War in Music” (Fleming), 516
Cole, Bob, 560, 575
Collmann, Herbert L., 71
Colón, Willie, 629
Colored Quadrille Band, 563
Colwell, Thomas, 69–70
comedy
AIDS in, 632–33
for Beaumarchais, 159, 166–70
in black culture, 612
blackness in, 563–66, 564f
censorship of, 167–70, 195–96
Forains for, 157
in France, 159, 163–70, 207–8
in Italy, 164
in music, 582
psychological drama and, 213–16
race in, 563–66
in Vienna, 207–9, 213–16
Zappa for, 632–33
commercial spirituals. See spirituals
Committee on Arts Affairs, 117
communication. See also gossip
censorship of, 156
non-verbal, 165–66
communions
for chants, 32
Per signum crucis, 25, 26e, 28
communism. See also Cold War; House Un-American Activities Committee; Soviet Russia; Vietnam
CCP for, 453–54, 459, 462, 469
as censorship subjects, 357
jazz music and, 508
in media, 518–19
in music, 400
politics in, 460
in PRC, 463–66
Red Channels and, 485–86, 519, 520f523f
red music in, 315–16
RVN for, 306, 311–15, 325
socialism and, 483–90
Soviet-bloc for, 121–22
in United States, 500–502, 530n10
Workers Song Book No. 2, 525
Concert of Europe, 229
“Concert of Works” (Wang Xilin), 464–65
A Conference about the next succession to the crowne of England (Doleman), 81–82
Confucius, 276–77
Congress, of Vienna. See Vienna
Čonkić-Radović, Mira, 266
Connick, Harry, 461
“Conquer the World” (Lekeban), 460
Constantine the Great, 28
Contemporary Composers in the USSR, 419
content of salvation, as theological motifs, 21–23
Continental cantus firmus mass (religion), 61–62
Continental Europe
choirbooks in, 62–63
England compared to, 50–51
English music in, 52, 53t55t, 55–56
Kyries in, 46–47
manuscripts in, 51–52, 64
(p. 682)
Continental mass (religion), 61–64, 61t, 63t
Continental mass-motet cycles, 61t, 62
Continental sources, English mass cycles (religion) in, 53t55t, 55–56
“Conversation ’87” (Trần Tiến), 318–19, 321
“De Coon Dat Had de Razor” (Lucas, S.), 586
coon songs, 586
Cooper, Emil, 111
Copland, Aaron, 337, 480, 500, 508
as un-American, 511–19, 520f523f, 522–29
Corigliano, John, 626–27, 634n2
Correspondance littéraire (Grimm), 154–55
Cortázar, Julio, 334, 342
Corwin, Norman, 523f
Costa e Silva, Artur, 365
cotiguazús, 98
counterhegemony, 597
Couperin, 333
Cowell, Henry, 480
“The Cradle Will Rock” (Foreman), 480–82, 480e
The Cradle Will Rock (opera/song/screenplay/film). See Blitzstein; Lardner; Robbins, Tim; Welles
Crébillon, Claude-Prosper Jolycot de (junior), 167–68
Crébillon, Prosper Jolycot de, 166
Credos, 50, 56
Creole Show (Jack), 574
Crimp, Bryan, 433
criticism
as censorship, 259–60, 268–70
in history, 225–26
music as, 281–86, 282f, 285f, 596–97
cross and eucharist, as theological motifs, 21, 23
the cross characterized, as theological motifs, 21, 24
crucifixion imagery, 28
Crutchfield, Will, 348–49
Cruz, Jon, 276–77
Crystal Records, 283–84, 285f, 289–90, 298n14
cultural censorship, 138–39
cultural revolutions, in Russia, 113–16
cultural unification, 10
culture
black culture, 611–12, 614, 616–17, 624
in Brazil, 356–58
Czechoslovakia and, 404–5
in England, 552–53
ethnicity and, 260–61
history and, 404–5
political censorship and, 623
in regimes, 289–91
stereotypes in, 638
women and, 648–49
in Yugoslavia, 260–62
Cunctipotens genitor deus (Kyrie), 47
Cuperus, Gisbertus, 160–61, 161f
Curtis, Gareth, 56
Cửu Long Giang, 315
Czechoslovakia
censorship in, 400, 402, 405–7
classical music in, 398–400, 399f
culture and, 404–5
dances in, 395, 396f397f, 398
dramatis personae in, 394–95
history and, 402–4, 402f403f
the Holocaust in, 393–94, 404–6
lullabies in, 395, 396f397f, 398
music in, 389–91, 390f391f
Nazi regime in, 393–94, 404
“Daffney Do You Love Me” (Hart), 565–66, 591n5
Daly, William Robert, 560
La Dame aux camélias (Dumas), 241
Damiens, Robert-François, 153
Damrosch, Walter, 639
dances, 395, 396f397f, 398
Da Ponte, Lorenzo, 204–5, 207, 209, 211, 213–16
Daquin, Louis-Claude, 333
Da Rapclub, 322–23
Dariush (singer), 659
Darkest America, or From Plantation to Palace (Field), 575
Darnton, Robert, 154, 156–58, 170
Davidenko, Alexander, 115
“A Day in the Life” (Beatles), 535–36, 546–53
“Day Tripper” (Beatles), 542
De Alwis, Lisa, 179, 196, 197n8, 198n11
“Death and the Maiden” (Schubert), 398 (p. 683)
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, 153
“Declare Independence” (Björk), 461
Dedić, Arsen, 266
Degtyarev, Stepan, 117
Delapp-Birkett, Jennifer, 3
De l’Esprit (Helvétius), 154
Del Tredici, David, 627
“A Democracy Bumpkin,” 282–83, 298n12
Demyanko, Vladimir, 440
Denby, Edwin, 517
Denisov, Edison, 419, 423
Denning, Chris, 547
Denning, Michael, 484
de Sartines, Antoine Gabriel, 167–68
Desfontaines, Abbé Pierre-Françoise, 168
Deutsch, Otto Erich, 180, 184
Les Deux Journées (Cherubini), 223
Devereux, Robert, 80–81
Deyhim, Sussan, 663
Diderot, Denis, 153, 156
Diegues, Cacá, 363
Dien Bien Phu, battle of, 306–7
Dinur, Ben-Zion, 137
disc jockeys, 595–99
“‘A Distinguishing Virility’: Feminism and Modernism in American Art Music” (Smith, C. P.), 638–40
Dixon, Melvin, 626
Dixon, Travis L., 3
DJs. See disc jockeys
Doctor Stories Stumblinge into Englonde (Elderton), 69–70, 72
Dole, Robert, 427
Doleman, R., 81–82
Dom Jaun (Marinelli), 184
Don Alvaro (Verdi), 252f, 253
Don Giovanni (Mozart), 175–79, 186t187t, 190t191t
Đỗ Nhuận, 316
Donizetti, Gaetano, 253
Don Jaun (Strauss), 137–38
Don Juan (Mozart)
Don Giovanni (Mozart) compared to, 186t187t, 190t191t
in Vienna, 176, 179–85, 181f, 183f, 186t187t, 187–89, 188f, 190t191t, 192–97
“Don’t You Hear the Baby Crying” (Lucas, S.), 584f
D’Orbugny, Alcides, 103–4
Der Dorfbarbier (Schenk), 195–96
Douglas, Kirk, 486
“Down By de Sunrise” (Lucas, S.), 576
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 221
“The Dragon’s Descendant” (Hou Dejian), 468
dramatis personae, 394–95
Drewett, Michael, 3
Drifting Down to Tamsui, 290
“Drifting Down to Tamsui” (Wang), 276
drugs
as censorship subjects, 541–42, 546–49, 553
drunkenness, 97–98
Dubos, Abbé Jean-Baptiste, 162
The Dude (Lucas, S.), 571, 574
Du Fay, Guillaume, 59, 63–64
Dulce Lignum (chant), 17–18, 24
Du Lorens, Jacques, 160–61
Dumas, Alexandre, 241
Dunaway, David, 500
Dunstan (bishop), 47
Dunstaple, John, 51, 64
Dunway, David, 499
Dương Thu Hương, 319
Duplessis, Marie, 241
duplicity, by Jesuits, 99–102
Duverger, Christian, 99
Dyer, Richard, 440
Dylan, Bob, 505, 541
“Earl of Morton” (Elderton), 76–77
Easter, 104n6
Eastern Europe. See Yugoslavia
East Francia, 40
Echeverría, Esteban, 342
economics, of rap music, 613–15, 617
Edict of Tolerance, 210
editorial censorship, 269–70 (p. 684)
education
BBC for, 537–41
censorship in, 527
in Iran, 670n19, 670n34
race and, 562–63
women in, 641, 643–48
Egypt, 158–63, 161f
Egyptian Nursery, 605n3
Eichmann, Adolf, 137–38
“80s Miracle Diet” (Dixon, M.), 626
Einstein, Albert, 175
Eisendle, Reinhard, 197n9
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 512–15, 519, 525
Eisler, Hanns, 508, 518, 523f, 524–25
Elderton, William, 69–78, 82
“Eleanor Rigby” (Beatles), 545
Eliot, T. S., 639
Elizabeth (Queen), 71
Babington plot of 1586 against, 79–80
in broadside ballads, 75–76
Catholic church and, 73, 78, 81–82
Essex for, 81
patents for, 78
Elizabethan ballads. See broadside ballads
Elizabethan censorship, 70–71, 82–83
Elizabethan era
admonitions in, 71–72
broadside ballads in, 69–71
Byrd/Tallis Patent of Monopoly in, 78–83
messages in, 77
via media (middle way) in, 82
Emerson, Caryl, 420
Emerson, Donald, 196, 227
Eminem, 600
Emperor of Atlantis (Ullmann), 398
England. See also British Broadcasting Company
Babington plot of 1586 in, 79–80
censorship subjects in, 539–40
chant books in, 48
choirbooks in, 63–64
Continental Europe compared to, 50–51
culture in, 552–53
executions in, 75
hierarchy in, 537–41
liturgical reform in, 48–49
liturgical traditions in, 59–60
Marine, &c., Broadcasting (Offenses) Act 1967 in, 536, 538–39, 551–52
politics in, 72–73, 78–79
privy council in, 69–73, 75–77
Protestants in, 72
religion in, 72, 543–44
treason in, 82
English Church, 47–48
English festal mass (religion), 63
English Kyries
Continental mass (religion) and, 61–64, 61t, 63t
for feasts, 63
history of, 47–52, 49t, 53t55t, 55–58
Latin Kyries compared to, 47–52, 49t, 53t55t, 58–61, 63
as motets, 60–62, 61t
schemes for, 59–60
English manuscripts, 56
English mass cycles (religion), 53t55t, 55–56, 62
English music
in Continental Europe, 52, 53t55t, 55–56
Latin texts in, 79
English reformation, 52
Englund, Steven, 488–89
the Enlightenment, 210–11, 215–16
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Mozart), 205, 222–23
Epstein, Brian, 543–44
“Equal Rights” (Tosh), 597
Ernani (Verdi), 239–40
eroticism, 96–99, 176–78, 185
Escandón (Jesuit), 101
Esfahāni, Mohammad, 665
Essex (Earl), 80–82
Estrella, Martha, 343–44
Estrella, Miguel Ángel, 333–35, 339, 341–50
Etemādi, Khashāyar, 665
ethnicity, 260–61
Eugénie (Beaumarchais), 167, 205
European art, 87–88
European music, 88
evangelization
of indigenous people, 87–88
of music, 90
Evans, Allen, 549 (p. 685)
Evans, Walker, 481
“Even Pigs Laugh” (Hagou), 460
Everett, Kenny, 547–48
Exaltation feast, 14, 17
executions, 75
F22 (chant), 14–15, 15t16t, 17
Fabric for Che (Tenney), 340
Facebook, 466
Fairclough, Pauline, 2
Faithfull, Marianne, 544–45
Falconet, Maurice, 161
Fallows, David, 128n49
The Family Romance of the French Revolution (Hunt), 230–31
Fanfare for the Common Man (Copland), 512
Fantlová, Zdenka, 405
“Far Away Is the Moon of Home” (Haas), 390–91
Farce and Fantasy (Isherwood), 157
Farhad (singer), 659
fascicle manuscripts, 56
Fātemeh, Hazrat, 666
fatwas, 662
feasts
English Kyries for, 63
Exaltation feast, 14, 17
Finding feast, 14, 17
Gallican style for, 8
for indigenous people, 93–94
Kyries for, 49
for the Virgin Mary, 49–51, 92
Federal Republic of Germany. See Germany
Fedotov, Alekseyevich, 425–26
Feininger, Laurence, 62
Felix Kon Higher Music School, 114
Feltsman, Vladimir, 415, 442
Feminine Endings: Music, Gender, and Sexuality (McClary), 643
Ferdowsi (poet), 657–58
festivals
gourds in, 100
for indigenous people, 92–94
in Israel, 145
liturgical routines compared to, 95
for Society of Jesus, 94–95
fiction
in broadside ballads, 76–77
propaganda in, 82–83
Fidelio (Beethoven)
censorship of, 227–30
German nationalism and, 225–27
history of, 221–22
marital love in, 224–25, 232–33
politics of, 230–33
story of, 222–24
fidelity. See marital love
Field, Al G., 575
Figueiredo, Batista, 372
La Fille du régiment (Donizetti), 253
film. See also specific films
censorship and, 479–83
in United States, 490–92
Finding feast, 14, 17
Finding of the Cross, 14–15, 15t16t, 17
Fine, Vivian, 640
Finley, Karen, 493
Fiorucci, Flavia, 343
Fire in My Belly (Wojnarowicz), 631
firewalls. See the Internet
Fitzgerald, Michael, 479, 489
Fiuza, Alexandre, 361
Five O’Clock Club (television show), 541
Flacks, Dick, 3
Flanagan, Hallie, 477–78, 493
flattery, 79–80
Fleming, William, 516
Fletcher, Tom, 563–64
Der fliegende Holländer (Wagner), 142–43
“The Flute of Interior Time” (Harbinson), 626–27
Flynt, Larry, 632
folk music. See also spirituals
in Argentina, 344
as censorship subjects, 2, 261–62
chèo as, 307–11
politics and, 502–4
in Russia, 112
The Weavers for, 502–5
xibeifeng as, 456
(p. 686)
La folle journée (Beaumarchais). See Le Mariage de Figaro
Foner, Eric, 488
Forains, 157
Forbes, Elliot, 221
Foreman, Larry, 480–83, 494
Formby, George, 540–41
La forza del destino (Verdi), 252f, 253
Four Hymns (Schnittke, A.), 444
Four Songs From Chinese Poetry (Haas), 389–93, 390f, 403
Fox, Roland, 547–48, 550, 553n8
Le Franc, Martin, 51
France
comedy in, 159, 163–70, 207–8
enlightenment in, 210
The Family Romance of the French Revolution (Hunt), 230–31
Forains in, 157
French Revolution in, 222, 231
Germany compared to, 170
Kyries in, 50
literature in, 209
Old Regime in, 153–54, 156–60, 163, 166, 170
privilège in, 153
Reign of Terror in, 223, 231
self-censorship in, 162–63, 212
Francis, Kimberly, 3
Francis I (Emperor), 232
Francis II (Emperor), 182–83, 194–95
Frank, Pamela, 643
Frankish liturgical books, 12t, 13
Fraser, Robert, 546
freedom of expression, 640
freedom of speech, 603–4
Freedom Singers quartet, 505
Freemuse, 1
Freire, Paulo, 339
French Revolution, 222, 231
Friedal, Johann, 215
Frolova-Walker, Marina, 118
Fung, Anthony Y. F., 277, 294–95
Furtseva, Yekaterina, 420
Furtwängler, Wilhelm, 134, 380, 383–84
“Fury” (Snively/Wheelock), 626
Gabriel, Peter, 595, 597
Gaillard, Gabriel Henri, 168
Galás, Diamanda, 597–98, 630–31, 634n4
Gallagher, Noel, 461–62, 468
Gallican chants, 29
for mass, 9, 12t
for Pippen III, 11
Roman chants compared to, 9
Roman texts compared to, 13–14
Gallican liturgies, 11, 12t, 13
Gallican musico-liturgical practice, 13
Gallican prayers, 24–25
Gallican style
for cantors, 7–8
for feasts, 8
Roman style compared to, 21
Gallican texts, 25
Galo Mendes, Sônia Maria, 368
Gáspari, Elio, 360
Gavazzo, José Nino, 334, 347
Geisel, Ernesto, 366–68
gender
as censorship subjects, 3
Feminine Endings: Music, Gender, and Sexuality (McClary), 643
in music, 638–40
segregation of, 98–99
Gender and the Musical Canon (Citron), 640–41, 643
Germany. See also Nazi regime; Vienna; Wagner
anti-Semitism in, 378–80
censorship in, 177–78, 197n7
France compared to, 170
Kristallnacht in, 131, 133–34
nationalism in, 225–27
NCFM in, 266
Russia and, 441
Soviet-bloc and, 431
Gerron, Kurt, 394
Gessen, Masha, 413
Gil, Gilberto, 358
Gilbert, Sandra M., 639–40
Gillard, Frank, 551
“Gimn likovaniya” (Rodionov), 123
Ginastera, Alberto, 342
Giovanna de Guzman (Verdi), 245 (p. 687)
“Girl” (Beatles), 542
Glass, Philip, 438–39
globalism, 140
globalization
AIDS in, 625
censorship and, 492–95
Globokar, 630
Glorias, 50, 55–56, 61
Glossy, Carl, 196
Gnesin, Mikhail, 115, 127n23
Godefroy, Jeanne, 157
God of Silence. See Harpocrates
“Go Down Moses” (song), 576
“God’s Window” (Egyptian Nursery), 605n3
Goebbels, Joseph, 134
Gold, Mike, 337–38
Gonzaga, Chiquinha, 362–63
Goodman, Walter, 494
Gorbachev, Mikhail, 422–23, 426–27
Gorzowski, Karl von, 240
Gossett, Philip, 242
gossip, 154–55
“Got to Get You into My Life” (Beatles), 542
Goulart, João, 356
gourds
in festivals, 100
for music, 97
governmental forces, for censorship, 69–72, 210–13, 593–97
graduals
for chants, 29–30
Pa776, 9, 14, 18–21, 19t20t, 25
Pa903, 9, 14, 18–21, 19t20t, 25
Graham, Sandra, 3
“Grandfather’s Clock” (Work), 567–69, 569f570f, 584, 587
Greek invocations, 55, 65n3
of Kyries, 40–42, 41e
melodic patterns in, 40–42, 40e45e, 44–47
Green, Lucy, 645–46, 651–52
Green Book, 539–40
Greenfield, Edward, 439
“Greensleeves” (ballad), 69, 77, 82
Gregorian chants, 13
as aesthetic compromise, 7–8
neo-Gregorian chants, 25, 26e27e 28
Gregorian manuscripts, 18, 29
Gregory the Great, 39
Gregory VII (pope), 48
Gregory XII (Pope), 51
Grétry, André-Ernest-Modeste, 156–57
Grieg, Edvard, 540
Griffiths, Paul, 438–40
Grimm, Frédéric-Melchior, 154–55
Grindenko, Tatyana, 422
Großauer-Zöbiger, Jennyfer, 194
Großmann, Friedrich Wilhelm, 205
Guaraní Reductions of 1649, 94–95
Gubaidulina, Sofia, 421–23, 432–33, 440–41, 445n9, 644
Gubar, Susan, 639–40
Guevara, Ernesto (“Che”), 338, 340
Guglielmo Wellingrode (Verdi), 243–46
Gulag camps, 114
Gulf War, 143–44
Guns n’ Roses, 597–98
Gustavo III (Verdi), 237–38, 242
Guthrie, Woody, 500–501, 505, 509
Guy, Nancy, 2
the Gypsy Kings, 665–66
Haas, Pavel, 389–94, 390f, 400, 402–3, 405–6
Habermas, Jürgen, 158
Hāfez (poet), 665, 670n25
Hägelin, Franz Karl, 176–85, 187–89, 196–97, 198n10, 198nn15–16
manuscripts for, 181f, 183t, 188f
Hagenauer, Yves, 347
Hagou, 460
“Hai Phong Stars” (Lil’ BK/Chip Nho), 323–24
Hairy Toan, 308
Hajková, Anna, 400
Hakka people. See Taiwan
Half Moon (Qobadi), 668
Halstead, Jill, 648, 652
Hamāvāyān (chorus), 662–63
Hamilton, David, 563
Hamilton, Jake, 563, 565
Hamm, Charles, 56, 62–64
Hammer, Paul C., 81
Hammond, John, 504–5
Hanani, Avi, 148n15
Hanley, William, 155 (p. 688)
“Hanoi Dien Bien Phu” (Phạm Tuyên), 308
“Hanoi Stars” (Khanh), 322–23
Harandi, Mohammad Hosseyn Safār, 667
Harbinson, John, 626–27
Hardenberg, Karl August von, 227
Harpocrate (Pannard), 158–59, 163–68, 170
Harpocrates (Egyptian god), 158–63, 161f
Harrison, George, 542, 544. See also the Beatles
Harszti, Miklos, 465–66
Hart, Henry, 565, 568, 585–86
hate speech, 602–4
Haverly, J. H., 572
“Having Nothing” (Cui Jian), 457
Hawes, Bess Lomax, 500
Hays, Lee, 500
Hearst, William Randolph, 485
heathenism, 90
hegemony, 103–4
Heifetz, Jascha, 137
Heinsheimer, Hans, 378, 386
The Heiress (James), 512
Helena (Saint), 17–18
He Lüting, 454–55
Helvétius, Claude Adrien, 154
Henahan, Donal, 435
Heraclius, 17
Hernani (Hugo), 239
“Heroes of the Earth” (Wang Lee Hom), 295–96
heroisch-komische opera, 194
Hertzka, Yella, 386
Hesbert, 12t, 13
Hess, Carol, 2–3
Hess, Willy, 221–22
He Yong, 458
Hicks, Charles Barney, 591n3
hierarchy
in England, 537–41
in Society of Jesus, 92
in Soviet-bloc, 426
Hiley, David, 47
hip-hop, 616–18, 624. See also rap music
Hirschfeld, Ariel, 144
Hisama, Ellie, 640, 651
Hiss, Alger, 488
historical references, as theological motifs, 21, 23–24
history
of AIDS, 623–25
criticism in, 225–26
culture and, 404–5
Czechoslovakia and, 402–4, 402f403f
of English Church, 47–48
of English Kyries, 47–52, 49t, 53t55t, 55–58
of Fidelio (Beethoven), 221–22
of Iran, 660–68
of Italy, 238
of rap music, 610
of Taiwan, 277–78
Unsung: A History of Women in American Music (Ammer), 649–50
of Vietnam, 303–6
women in, 640–43, 650–51, 653
of Yugoslavia, 262
Hitler, Adolf, 135, 143, 377
HIV. See AIDS
Ho Chi Minh, 323, 327n14
Hoffman, Abbie, 487
Hoffman, Hans-Joachim, 428
Hoffman, William, 627
Hofmann, Ana, 2
Hogan, Ernest, 575
Hoklo popular music, 278–81, 298n11
Holland, Bernard, 435
Hollywood, 512–15, 517–19, 520f523f, 522–25, 528
the Holocaust, 146. See also Nazi regime
censorship and, 132–33
in Czechoslovakia, 393–94, 404–6
Holquist, Michael, 176
Holy Cross mass (religion), 8, 17–18, 25
Homanaje a Federico Gacía Lorca (Revueltas), 339
Home (Luo), 279
homosexuality, 524
Hong Ronghong, 280–81
Hon-Lun Yang, 3
“Honolulu” (song), 482, 482e
Hook, Sidney, 519
hooks, bell, 615
Hoover, Edgar J., 518, 528, 530n9
Hoover, Herbert, 512 (p. 689)
Hopkins, Pauline Elizabeth, 571
Hopper, Hedda, 485
Horowitz, Joseph, 442
Horowitz, Vladimir, 348
Hothby, John, 57–58
Hou Dejian, 468, 472n36
Houseman, John, 478–79, 481, 484, 492
House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)
folk music and, 484–93, 502–4, 507–9
in Hollywood, 512–15, 517–19, 520f523f, 522–25, 528
Howard, Thomas (Duke), 74–75
Howe, Marie, 627
How I Won the War (film), 544–45
Höyng, Peter, 176
Hsu Tsang-houei, 299n17
Huang Anguo, 464
Huang Anlun, 462, 464, 471n24
Huang Chunming, 290–91
Huang Wei, 470n13
Hubbs, Nadine, 642
Huber, Friedrich Ludwig, 217n6
Huberman, Bronislaw, 134
Hu Feng, 455
Hugo, Victor, 239
Hume, Paul, 511–13, 515, 517, 529n2
Hungary, 180
Hunt, Lynn, 230–31
Hussein, Sadam, 143
Hustler magazine, 632, 635n9
Hu Tefu, 279
hybridization, 99–102
Hyers, Anna Madah, 566–69
Hyers, Emma Louise, 566–69
hymns
Four Hymns (Schnittke, A.), 444
“Kaddish,” 143
St. Wenceslaus Hymn, 391, 391f
“I Can’t Help Myself” (Troggs), 541
ideology
of censorship, 392–93, 468–69, 469n1
in China, 276
musical weapons in, 307
in PRC, 453–55
of Stalinism, 527–28
“If the Dam Can be Built, the Shit Can be Eaten,” 276
“Immigration from Mainland to Taiwan” (Chen Ming-chang), 287
immorality, 180–82
Imyra, Tayra, Ipy (Taiguara), 367
Les Indes galantes (Rameau), 166
indigenous music, 87–88, 92, 98
indigenous people
chants for, 89–90
Easter for, 104n6
evangelization of, 87–88
feasts for, 93–94
festivals for, 92–94
hegemony for, 103–4
hybridization of, 99–102
Jesuits and, 88, 96–97
mission towns for, 89
motets for, 90
musical instruments for, 101–2, 104n4
sexual relations for, 98–99
as slaves, 94–95
Spain and, 91
stereotypes of, 91
indigenous performance, 98
Inquisition in Eden (Bessie), 486
The Inquisition in Hollywood (Ceplair/Englund), 488–89
Instone, Anna, 553n8
internal censorship, 135–44
International League of Women Composers, 642
International Society for Contemporary Music, 428, 429e
the Internet
censorship and, 321–25, 328n31, 471n18, 471n28
in Iran, 671n47
“In the Hall of the Mountain King” (Grieg), 540
“In This Life” (Madonna), 628
“Into the Streets May First!” (Copland), 337 (p. 690)
Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory (Straus), 644
introits, for chants, 29
Ippolitov-Ivanov, Mikhail, 114
Iran
education in, 670n19, 670n34
history of, 660–68
the Internet in, 671n47
music in, 657–60, 668–69
politics in, 664–67
popular music in, 665, 671n39
in pre-revolutionary period, 658–60
reconstruction period for, 662–64
religion in, 670n17
revolutionary period for, 660–62
United States and, 660–61, 664
Das Irrlicht (Bretzner), 176–78, 193
Isherwood, Robert, 157
Islam, 657, 660–61, 663–69. See also Iran
Israel
censorship in, 131–33, 139–44
cultural censorship in, 138–39
festivals in, 145
Germany and, 133–35
globalism in, 140
Gulf War for, 143–44
internal censorship in, 135–44
the Knesset in, 131–33, 136–37, 141–42, 145–46
nationalism in, 141
politics in, 135–36
television in, 142–43
voluntary censorship in, 144–47
Yishuv for, 134–35
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO), 133–38, 142–43
Italy. See also Verdi
Austria and, 244
comedy in, 164
history of, 238
Kyries in, 46
opera in, 239–43
police in, 239
pre-unification in, 243–51, 251f252f, 253–54
Second War of Independence for, 243
ITSOFOMO (compilation album), 631
Ivashkin, Alexander, 416, 440–43
Ives, Burl, 501
Ives, Charles, 641
“I Want to Hold Your Hand” (Beatles), 541–42
Izzo, Francesco, 2
“Jabula in Amsterdam” (Jabula), 597
Jack, Sam T., 574–75
Jackson, George Pullen, 576
Jackson, George Russell, 571, 584–85
Jackson, James, 563
Jackson, Janet, 627–29
Jacobs, Paul, 427–28
Jagger, Mick, 546, 553. See also the Rolling Stones
Jamei, Ahmad Masjed, 671n48
James, Dick, 546–47
James VI (King), 76–77
The JAMS, 629
Janáček, Leoš, 394, 404
Janowitz, Fritz, 400
Japan, 418
Jara, Joan, 339
Jara, Víctor, 335, 509
Jauss, Hans Robert, 478–79
Jaw Shau-kong, 293
Jay Chou, 294–95
jazz music
as censorship subjects, 455
communism and, 508
Jenkins, Gordon, 502
Jennings, C. Robert, 486–87
“Jeremiah Brown” (Lucas, S.), 586
Jesuits. See also priests; specific Jesuits
baroque style for, 96
celebrations for, 94–95
censorship by, 91–94
duplicity by, 99–102
expulsion of, 102–4
indigenous people and, 88, 96–97
indigenous performance and, 98
propaganda by, 88–94
rulebooks for, 92–93
(p. 691)
Jesus Christ, 25
Jewel, John (bishop), 73–74
Jiang Hui, 280–81
Jiang Wenyu, 284
Jiang Zemin, 460
the Jimi Hendrix Experience, 548–49
Jinmen Wang (“King of Jinmen”), 276, 290–91
Jin Zhishi, 287–88
Joachim, Joseph, 435
John, Elton, 629
John of Syracuse (Bishop), 39
Johns, Erik, 524
Johnson, Billie, 560, 575
Johnson, James Weldon, 559, 561, 563–64
Johnson, J. Rosamond, 560, 575
John XXIII (Pope), 51
Jolin Tsai, 294
“The Jolly Dude” (Lucas, S.), 583–84
Joseph II (Emperor), 193, 197n9, 205, 210, 212–13
police and, 227–28
Josephine Lang: Her Life and Songs (Krebs, H./Krebs, S.), 647
journalistic ballads, 73–74
Joyce, James, 639
jubilee songs, 573–74, 575–78, 577f581f, 582
Judaism, 378–80, 404
“Jugo moja, Jugo” (Armenulić), 264–66, 268
“Jugoslavijo” (Zdravković), 266–67
Juke Box Jury (television show), 541
Jupiter (Mozart), 398–99
Kabakov, Il’ya, 421
Kabir (poet), 626–27
“Kaddish” (hymn), 143
Kalinin, S., 123
Karas, Joza, 395
Kastner, Israel (Rudolf), 137
Katerina Izmailova (Shostakovich), 418
Kazin, Alfred, 488
Keep Your Seats Please (film), 540
Khāmene’i, Ali (Ayatollah), 662–64, 666–67
Khān, Darvish, 658
Khánh Ly, 312–13
Khanh Nho, 321–22
Khātami, Mohammad, 664–67, 671n38, 671n48
Khātami, Seyed Ahmad (Ayatollah), 668
Khezr (prophet), 657
Khomeini (Ayatollah), 660–62
Khrennikov, Tikhon, 419, 422–23
Khrushchev, Nikita, 109, 486
Kildea, Paul, 428, 430
Killam, Rosemary, 644–45, 647–49, 651–52
Kim Ninh, 307
King, Wallace, 566–67
“Kingdom Coming” (Work), 567
King Momo, 364–65
Kingston Trio, 505
Kinh Việt Nam, 312
the Kinks, 548–49
Kirkpatrick, John, 530n11
Kirsh, Robert R., 486
Kissinger, Henry, 229
kitsch, 262, 267, 271n14
Kleiber, Erich, 380, 382–83
Klein, Gideon, 394–95, 398, 400, 402–7, 402f403f
Klein’s Trio, 400, 402–4, 402f403f, 406–7
Klima, Ivan, 392
Klimov, Mikhail, 111–13, 116, 118, 122, 124
KMT. See Kuomintang
Knogler, Julian (Jesuit), 100–101
Kochanski, Halik, 1
Koellreuter, Hans-Joachim, 339
Kon, Felix, 127n18
Koran. See Islam
Korngold, Haim, 148n14
Korpe, Marie, 2
Koussevitsky, Sergey, 111
Kozinn, Alan, 433, 435, 437
Krakauer, David, 626
Kramer, David, 598
Kramer, Hilton, 487–88
Krása, Hans, 394–95, 400, 402–5, 402f403f
Krasner, Louis, 384
Krebs, Harold, 647, 651
Krebs, Sharon, 647, 651
Kreichi, Stanislav, 422
Kreisler, Fritz, 435
Kristallnacht, 131, 133–34
Kronos Quartet, 431–32, 435–38, 436e
Kröpfl, Francisco, 335
Krysa, Oleh, 422–23, 442, 445n5
Kudryatseva, E. P., 117
Kukharsky, Vasiliy, 420
Kulthum, Umm, 659
Kumpf, Herbert, 205–6, 212–13
Kuomintang (KMT), 298n9
censorship by, 279–81, 283, 288–89
in Taiwan, 275
Kuo Ying-nan, 289
Kurpekov, Yuriy Konstantinovich, 426
Kyrie eleison, 39–42, 40e45e, 44–46, 59
Kyries, 39. See also English Kyries; Latin Kyries; Old Hall Manuscript
in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, 47
in choirbooks, 57–58
in Continental Europe, 46–47
Cunctipotens genitor deus, 47
for feasts, 49
in France, 50
Greek invocations of, 40–42, 41e
in Italy, 46
Latin verses in, 40–41, 41e, 46
for mass (religion), 46–47
Melnicki, 45e, 46
Missa Caput, 58, 60–64
Missa Hilf und gib rat (motet), 53t55t, 57
Missa Quem malignus spiritus, 64
Sarum use for, 49, 49t
singing of, 40–42, 40e45e, 44–47
tropes in, 47–49
Kyrie Vatican, 44–45, 44e
Kyrie verses, 60
Kyrie XIV, 42e43e, 44–46
Kyrie XVI, 39–40, 40e
Labrador, Sánchez (Jesuit), 97
Lacerda, Paulo de Leite, 361–62
“Ladie Nurse” (Elderton), 76–77
Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (Shostakovich), 418
Laments (Denisov), 419
Lampell, Millard, 500
Landy Chang, 281, 290–91
Lang, Josephine, 647
Langhorne, Richard, 229
Lanzfeld, Carlo Giusto Torresani, 239
Lardner, Ring, Jr., 478–81, 483–85, 489–93, 495
Larner, Gerald, 442
Latin Kyries, 46, 65n3
English Kyries compared to, 47–52, 49t, 53t55t, 55–61, 63
as motets, 62
Latin texts
in English music, 79
for Russian music, 118, 125n3
for Western Music, 110
Latin verses, 40–41, 41e, 46
Leaming, Barbara, 483
Leary, Timothy, 542, 546
Lê Duẩn, 307
Lee, Bruce, 295
Lee Shuang-tse, 278–79, 298n8
Lehar, Franz, 131, 142
Lekeban, 460
Lê Nam, 319–20
the Leningrad Capella
censorship for, 114–16, 126n12
setlists for, 117, 119–20, 126n9
in Soviet Russia, 111–13, 117–22
Leningrad Philharmonia, 111–13, 115–16, 120–21, 125n6, 126n11
Lennon, John, 535, 541–47, 549–53. See also the Beatles
Lenoir, Jean Charles Pierre, 168
Leonora (Paer), 223, 225
Léonore, ou L’amour conjugal (Bouilly), 222–23, 231. See also Fidelio
Leopold II (King), 228
“Let’s Spend the Night Together” (Rolling Stones), 541
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (Evans, W./Agee), 481
Leuchter, Erwin, 341
Leventhal, Harold, 504, 506
Liber de arte contrapuncti (Tinctoris), 51
Li Binghui, 276, 290–91
librettos, 175. See also Beaumarchais; opera
Liebestod (Wagner), 142
Das Lied von der Erde (Mahler), 136
Life with an Idiot (Zhizn’s idiotom) (Schnittke, A.), 414–15 (p. 693)
Ligeti, György, 439
Li Houxiang, 469n4
Li Jinhui, 456
Lil’ BK, 322–23
Lincoln, Abraham, 512–14, 516
Lincoln Portrait (Copland), 512–13, 516, 518, 529
Lins, Ivan, 335–56, 358–66
politics and, 366–72, 369f
Lin Xiong, 469n7
Lippert, Friedrich Karl, 179–80, 181f, 184–85, 188–89, 190t191t
manuscripts by, 186t187t
litanies
Kyrie eleison as, 39–42, 40e45e, 44–46, 59
Kyrie XVI, 39–40, 40e
The Litanies of Satan (Galás), 597–98
The Litanies of Satan (Galás), 597–98
literary historians, 70–71
literature, 209
liturgical chants, 10
liturgical prayers, 21–24
liturgical reform
Carolingian interventions for, 29
in England, 48–49
for Roman church, 10–11
liturgical routines, 95
liturgical traditions, 59–60
liturgical transformation, 8
Liturgy (Tchaikovsky), 112–13, 116
Liu Xue’an, 456, 469n5
Livingston, Carol, 71
Li Xianglan, 469n5
Li Xuli, 458
localism, 13
Lockwood, Joseph, 551
Lockwood, Lewis, 227
Loewenstein, Anthony, 464
Lomax, Alan, 502
Long, Marguerite, 343
“Long Live Punk’N’Funk” (Zhu), 284–86
Lorca, Federico García, 339
Lotanis. See gourds
Louis XIV (King), 153
Louis XV (King), 153, 155
Louis XVI (King), 208
“Love Me Do” (Beatles), 544
Lozano (Jesuit), 97
Luca, John W., 566
Lucas, Carrie Melvin, 572, 591n7
Lucas, Malinda, 562
Lucas, Sam, 562, 564f, 569f570f, 573–74, 590n2
compositions by, 588–90
marriage for, 572, 591n7
racism and, 559–61, 563–72, 575–78, 577f581f, 580–88, 583f585f
Lucey, Roger, 595
“Lugang, Small Town” (Luo), 279
Lui Xiaobo, 471n28
Lukić, Lepa, 264
Luković, Petar, 264–65
lullabies, 395, 396f397f, 398
Lulu (Berg, A.), 377, 380, 382, 385–87
Lunacharsky, Anatoly, 111–13, 126n7
Luo Dayou, 279, 298n10
Lü Qi, 454–56
Lu Xun, 465
Lyubimov, Aleksey, 421–22
Madonna, 628
Maffei, Clarina, 237, 239
The Magic Flute (Mozart), 197n2
Magnificat (Bach), 117–18
Mahler, Gustav, 136–37
Makeba, Miriam, 509
La maledizione (Verdi), 240, 248
Malesherbes, Chrétien-Guillaume de Lamoignon de, 155, 168
“Mandela Day” (Simple Minds), 597
Manes, Philip, 407
Mann, William, 549
manuscripts
Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, 47
Aquitaine manuscripts, 18–21, 19t20t, 24–25, 28
B-Br 5777, 58
in Continental Europe, 51–52, 64
English manuscripts, 56
fascicle manuscripts, 56
Gregorian manuscripts, 18, 29
for Hägelin, 181f, 183t, 188f
by Lippert, 186t187t
Old Hall Manuscript, 52, 55–57, 64
Sextuplex manuscripts, 18
(p. 694)
“Many Springs” (Quách Thị Hồ), 309–10
Mao Zedong, 454
Mapplethorpe, Robert, 493
“Marching through Georgia” (Work), 567
“March of the Volunteers,” 293
Margaret of York, 58
Le Mariage de Figaro (Beaumarchais), 167–69, 178, 207–8, 213–16
Mariátegui, José Carlos, 338
Marin, François Louis Claude, 167–68
Marine, &c., Broadcasting (Offenses) Act 1967, 536, 538–39, 551–52
Marinelli, Karl, 184
marital love, 224–25, 232–33
market censorship, 270
Markevitch, Igor, 141
Marley, Bob, 509
Marooned in Iraq (Qobadi), 668
Marr, David, 311
Marriott, R. D., 548, 552, 553n10
Martin, George, 542, 550, 552
Martins, Vitor, 362–63, 370–72
Martín y Soler, Vincente, 211
Marville, Claude Henri Feydeau de, 166
Mary Queen of Scots, 74, 77, 79–80
Marzari, Carlo, 240–41
Masakela, Hugh, 602
M*A*S*H* (film), 479
Masque of the Red Death (Galás), 630
mass (religion). See also rite of mass
Aquitainian mass Propers, 22–25
Continental cantus firmus mass, 61–62
Continental mass (religion), 61–64, 61t, 63t
Continental mass-motet cycles, 61t, 62
English festal mass, 63
English mass cycles, 53t55t, 55–56, 62
English music for, 52
for Finding of the Cross, 14–15, 15t16t, 17
Gallican chants for, 9, 12t
Holy Cross mass, 8, 17–18, 25
Kyries for, 46–47
mass-motet cycles for, 62
movements for, 51
rite of mass (religion), 13
Roman mass (religion), 12t
Romano-Frankish mass Proper texts, 14, 28
Masters of the Future (Luo), 279
Masur, Kurt, 428, 445n11
matachines (dance), 104n2
“El matadero” (Echeverría), 342
Matthews, Dave, 509
Maus, Fred, 629
Ma Ying-jeou, 276, 294, 296–97, 300n24
Mazzini, Giuseppe, 244
Mbuli, Mzwakhe, 596–98
McBride, Joseph, 485
McCarthy, Joseph, 485–86, 518, 524–25, 528
McCartney, Paul, 535, 542–52, 553nn6–7. See also the Beatles
McClary, Susan, 643, 651
McGuigan, Jim, 603–4
McKitterick, Rosamond, 10–11
media
communism in, 518–19
in South Africa, 599–600
violence and, 610–11
Médici, Emilío Garrastazu, 364–65
medieval West, 10
Mehta, Zubin, 139–41, 144–45, 148n14
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Wagner), 133–34, 142
Melamed, Avraham, 140, 143
Melnicki Kyrie, 45e, 46
melodic patterns
in chants, 25, 26e27e 28
in Greek invocations, 40–42, 40e45e, 44–47
speech melody as, 403–4
Menashe, Louis, 488
Mendelssohn, Felix, 137, 512, 516–17
Menezes, José Carlos Mello, 369, 369f
Menuhin, Yehudi, 347
Mercado, Raúl, 348
Mercier, Louis-Sébastien, 154, 156
Merovingian Gaul, 13
Merrett, Christopher, 604
Messiah (Handel), 463
Metternich, Klemens von, 227–29
Metzner, Ralph, 542
Meyer, Mahlon, 292
Meyer, Stephen, 224
Michael, Andrew, 162
Microsoft, 466
middle way, 82 (p. 695)
Miên Đức Thắng, 313, 327n17
Milagre dos Peixes (Nascimento), 367
Miles, Barry, 542
Miles, Sara, 631–32, 635n8
Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 639
Minato, Nicolò (count), 160
Mindlin, Adolfo, 341
Minstrel music. See Lucas, Sam
Mishory, Gilead, 142
misogyny
in anti-communism, 642
in music, 610–11, 613, 640
Missa Caput (Kyrie), 58, 60–64
Missa Hilf und gib rat (motet), 53t55t, 57
Missale francorm, 9
Missale gothicum, 9
Missa Quem malignus spiritus (Kyrie), 64
Missa Sancti Iacobi (Du Fay), 59
The Mission (film), 87
mission art
baroque-ness of, 95–96
European art compared to, 87–88
mission culture, 89–90, 94–96
mission ethnogenesis, 104n1
mission towns, 89
mitotes, 99
Mitterand, Danielle, 348
Mitterand, François, 348
Modo Livre (Lins), 359, 362–63, 365
Mohajerani (Ayatollah), 664–65, 671n48
Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, 118
monopolies, 79–83
“The Moon Remembers Uncle Ho” (Chu Hà), 310–11
Morley, Thomas, 81–82
“Morqe sahar” (song), 659
Mosaddeq, Mohammad, 669n8
Moscow Conservatory, 114, 128n24
motets. See also Kyries
Continental mass-motet cycles, 61t, 62
English Kyries as, 60–62, 61t
for indigenous people, 90
Latin Kyries as, 62
mass-motet cycles, 62
Missa Hilf und gib rat, 53t55t, 57
scholarship for, 57
movements, for mass (religion), 51
Moyers, Bill, 507
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 177, 179, 211–16
censorship for, 175, 203–4, 206–7, 209. See also specific works
Mravinsky, Yevgeny, 121
Mr. Dee, 322
Mr. Warren’s Profession (film), 468
Mudie, Benjy, 605n3
Mui, Anita, 460
Müller, João Carlos, 370
Müller-Kampel, Beatrix, 194
multicultural strategies, 288–89
Mundy, John, 80–81
Musgrave, Thea, 644
music. See also classical music; folk music; opera; popular music; Western music
AIDS and, 623–25, 633–34
Anglophone West in, 625
Anthologies list, 653
atonality in, 378
avant-garde music, 629–32
beiguan music, 290–91
ca trù, 309–10, 320, 324, 326n13
chầu văn, 310–11, 320
churches for, 125n3
clean versions for, 600
code-switching in, 572–75, 587
comedy in, 582
communism in, 400
as criticism, 281–86, 282f, 285f, 596–97
in Czechoslovakia, 389–91, 390f391f
English music, 52, 53t55t, 55–56, 79
eroticism in, 96–99
European music, 88
evangelization of, 90
feminism in, 643–48
gender in, 638–40
gourds for, 97
Hoklo popular music, 278–81, 298n11
as ideological weapon, 307
indigenous music, 87–88, 92, 98
in Iran, 657–60, 668–69
in Japan, 418
jazz music,