- Title Pages
- 1 Use, the Useful, and Public Utility
- 2 Reinscribing the Revolutionary Legacy
- 3 Music as Political Culture
- 4 Regenerating National Pride
- 5 Imagining a New Nation through Music
- 6 An Ideology of Diversity, Eclecticism, and Pleasure
- 7 Musical Hybridity and the Challenges of Colonialism
- 8 Useful Distractions and Economic Liberalism in the Belle Epoque
- 9 Music as Resistance and an Emerging Avant-garde
- 10 The Symbolic Utility of Music at the 1889 Universal Exhibition
- 11 New Alliances and New Music
- 12 The Dynamics of Identity and the Struggle for Distinction
- Appendix A. Important Political and Musical Events In the Early Third Republic
- Appendix B. References in MéNestrelTo Performances of FrenchOpERaS Abroad, 1872–1888
- Appendix C. Selected Publications On Revolutionary Music After 1870
- Musical Examples
- Composing the Citizen
- University of California Press
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