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What Happens When Art Collides with Its Society  

A research guide designed to accompany James Conlon's October 13 lecture for the Visions and Voices series of events. The guide provides historical background and resources for learning more about the music banned by the Nazis during World War II.
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Introduction

What Happens When Art Collides with Its Society: A Lecture by James Conlon was organized by the USC Thornton School of Music. Conlon is one of the world’s preeminent conductors—currently working with the Los Angeles Opera, the Ravinia Festival, and the Cincinnati May Festival—and an authority on music banned by Hitler’s Nazi Party during World War II.

At his lecture, Conlon explored how the rise of Nazism affected compositions and musical performances from the period. The Thornton School and Ross Scimeca of the USC Libraries have selected the following resources to help you learn more about the conflicts between art and society—both during WWII and today.

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Visions and Voices and the USC Libraries present Explorations, a series of research guides that allow you to build on your experiences at Visions and Voices events.

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