Nationalism
(NA-shah-nul-izm)


[Eng.]


Term describing the movement in the mid 19th century in which composers felt compelled to infuse nationalistic features into their music, so that it would declare its nationality.


SUGGESTED LISTENING EXAMPLES:

Gottschalk: (arr. Hershey Kay). Cakewalk, "Grand Walkaround"
W. W. Norton - 4-CD Musical Example Bank -- Disc 3, Track 24
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 2 (ending)
W. W. Norton - 4-CD Musical Example Bank -- Disc 1, Track 42

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