restricted access   Volume 35, Number 4, Winter 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Music and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign

Guest Editors: Sally Bick and Dana Gorzelany-Mostak

Guest Editors’ Introduction

pp. 413-417


Representational Bind: Why Campaign Music Often Fails

pp. 418-427

Politics as Musiticking

pp. 428-434

Do You Hear the People Sing?: Theater and Theatricality in the Trump Campaign

pp. 435-445

The Unconventional Music of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions of 2016

pp. 446-466

Hearing Jackie Evancho in the Age of Donald Trump

pp. 467-477

Party Politics: Ideology and Musical Performance at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Celebration

pp. 478-489

The Copyright Conflict between Musicians and Political Campaigns Spins Around Again

pp. 490-500


Tracking the Pitch: A Roundtable on Campaign Advertising in 2016

pp. 501-516


Hearing across Party Lines: Music in U.S. Presidential Commercials

pp. 517-523

Teaching the 2016 Campaign through the Art of Parody

pp. 524-530

Trax on the Trail in the Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Classroom

pp. 531-536

Book Reviews

Reichsrock: The International Web of White-Power and Neo-Nazi Hate Music by Kirsten Dyck, and: Trendy Fascism: White Power Music and the Future of Democracy by Nancy S. Love (review)

pp. 537-545

Stephen Sondheim and the Reinvention of the American Musical by Robert L. McLaughlin (review)

pp. 545-548

Depression Folk: Grassroots Music and Left-Wing Politics in 1930s America by Ronald D. Cohen (review)

pp. 548-552