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Blerwytirhwng The Place Of Welsh Pop Music

Author : Sarah Hill
ISBN : 9781351573450
Genre : Music
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In the 1960s, Welsh-language popular music emerged as a vehicle for mobilizing a geographically dispersed community into political action. As the decades progressed, Welsh popular music developed beyond its acoustic folk roots, adopting the various styles of contemporary popular music, and ultimately gaining the cultural self-confidence to compete in the Anglo-American mainstream market. The resulting tensions, between Welsh and English, amateur and professional, rural and urban, the local and the international, necessitate the understanding of Welsh pop as part of a much larger cultural process. Not merely a 'Celtic' issue, the cultural struggles faced by Welsh speakers in a predominantly Anglophone environment are similar to those faced by innumerable other minority communities enduring political, social or linguistic domination. The aim of 'Blerwytirhwng?' The Place of Welsh Pop Music is to explore the popular music which accompanied those struggles, to connect Wales to the larger Anglo-American popular culture, and to consider the shift in power from the dominant to the minority, the centre to the periphery. By surveying the development of Welsh-language popular music from 1945-2000, 'Blerwytirhwng?' The Place of Welsh Pop examines those moments of crisis in Welsh cultural life which signalled a burgeoning sense of national identity, which challenged paradigms of linguistic belonging, and out of which emerged new expressions of Welshness.
Category: Music

Ieuan Rhys

Author : Ieuan Rhys
ISBN : 9781847718624
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I ddathlu 30 mlynedd o fod yn actor proffesiynol, dyma hunangofiant Ieuan Rhys, yr actor a'r diddanwr adnabyddus a fu'n chwarae rhan Sgt Glyn James, y bobi pentre, ar opera sebon boblogaidd Pobol y Cwm am dair blynedd ar ddeg.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sovereign Fantasies

Author : Patricia Clare Ingham
ISBN : 9780812292541
Genre : Literary Criticism
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During and after the Hundred Years War, English rulers struggled with a host of dynastic difficulties, including problems of royal succession, volatile relations with their French cousins, and the consolidation of their colonial ambitions toward the areas of Wales and Scotland. Patricia Ingham brings these precarious historical positions to bear on readings of Arthurian literature in Sovereign Fantasies, a provocative work deeply engaged with postcolonial and gender theory. Ingham argues that late medieval English Arthurian romance has broad cultural ambitions, offering a fantasy of insular union as an "imagined community" of British sovereignty. The Arthurian legends offer a means to explore England's historical indebtedness to and intimacies with Celtic culture, allowing nobles to repudiate their dynastic ties to France and claim themselves heirs to an insular heritage. Yet these traditions also provided a means to critique English conquest, elaborating the problems of centralized sovereignty and the suffering produced by chivalric culture. Texts such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, the Alliterative Morte Arthure, and Caxton's edition of Malory's Morte Darthur provide what she terms a "sovereign fantasy" for Britain. That is, Arthurian romance offers a cultural means to explore broad political contestations over British identity and heritage while also detailing the poignant complications and losses that belonging to such a community poses to particular regions and subjects. These contestations and complications emerge in exactly those aspects of the tales usually read as fantasy-for example, in the narratives of Arthur's losses, in the prophecies of his return, and in tales that dwell on death, exotic strangeness, uncanny magic, gender, and sexuality. Ingham's study suggests the nuances of the insular identity that is emphasized in this body of literature. Sovereign Fantasies shows the significance, rather than the irrelevance, of medieval dynastic motifs to projects of national unification, arguing that medieval studies can contribute to our understanding of national formations in part by marking the losses produced by union.
Category: Literary Criticism

Business Week

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ISBN : UOM:39015013486348
Genre : Business
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The Accountant

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ISBN : UCAL:$B346479
Genre : Accounting
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Category: Accounting

Signals

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105029382772
Genre : Communications, Military
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Category: Communications, Military

Lloyd Manuscripts

Author : Howard Williams Lloyd
ISBN : UOM:39015024650528
Genre : Lloyd family
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Machine Design

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ISBN : UCSD:31822017694464
Genre : Engineering
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Category: Engineering

Cq Weekly Report

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ISBN : IND:30000108166434
Genre : United States
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Category: United States