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Playing across a DivideIsraeli-Palestinian Musical Encounters$
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Benjamin Brinner

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195395945

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195395945.001.0001

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Representations of Place and Time

Representations of Place and Time

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(p.291) 11 Representations of Place and Time
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Playing across a Divide
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Benjamin Brinner

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195395945.003.0011

With music, words, and images, the musicians in Israel's ethnic music scene map the past, present, and future of their cultural terrain. They refer to places, times, and heritages through their choices of titles for compositions, albums, and ensembles. The images in their publicity and CD covers are tools for evoking particular historical, geographical, and cultural associations, while the texts of publicity materials and liner notes convey more explicit messages that reiterate or augment these images. Compared to Alei Hazayit and Bustan Abraham, Yair Dalal has deployed the richest array of symbols with his lushly illustrated, multipage CD booklets, his numerous referential composition titles, and the press materials that adorn his Web site. Members of Bustan Abraham were strikingly wary of political interpretations. Their Live Concerts, issued two years after the group's demise, bears the trace of that sociopolitical reality on the band's oeuvre.

Keywords:   Alei Hazayit, Bustan Abraham, Yair Dalal, CD, covers, booklets, Live Concerts, music scene

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