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As a tale of modernity Das Akkordeon is full of chapters that reveal the hard reality and the soft underbelly of popular music.
The questions about aesthetics and cultural history that Wagner provocatively opens in the first six chapters of Das Akkordeon give way to a series of more specialized case studies in four intervening chapters, contributed by Olivier Durif (France), Keith Chandler (Scotland), Stephan Maier (Finland), and Joshua Horowitz (klezmer).
It would be a shame, if not a paradox of a different sort, if Das Akkordeon only reaches readers of German.
Texte zur Geschichte und Gegenwart des Akkordeons, Bd.