Nationalism in Music and Literature
This online course features the following types of interaction:
- Live meetings
This course will focus on the interplay of folk and sacred music and idioms, language and dialect, and regionalist and nationalist literature in the evolution of 19th-century musical regionalist and nationalist expression. The confluence of history and geography, the significance of minority-language rights and expression, with the development of human rights and religious freedoms are central to understanding artists’, composers’ and authors’ motivations.
Paul Andre Bempéchat holds a DMA (Piano/Musicology) from Boston University, a Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies (M.Phil.) (Musicology and Comparative Literature) from Université de Paris Sorbonne, an MMus (Piano) from the Juilliard School, NY, and an MMus (Piano) and BMus (Piano) from the Manhattan School of Music. He has taught extensively throughout North America and Europe at … Read more