Choir singing: Performing Identities and Loyalties

Authors

  • Matej Santi University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.53.2.91-101

Keywords:

Trieste, choral singing, identity, performativity

Abstract

This paper traces the practice of choral singing of the three major ethnolinguistic groups – Italians, Slovenians, Germans – in pre-war Trieste, while the city was still part of the Habsburg Monarchy. Through widespread reviews in the media, choral  singing in different social and linguistic contexts became politicised, with the goal of establishing political and national alliances.

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Published

27.11.2017

How to Cite

Santi, M. (2017). Choir singing: Performing Identities and Loyalties. Musicological Annual, 53(2), 91–101. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.53.2.91-101

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