Music and Capitalism by Sabby Sagall

Music and Capitalism by Sabby Sagall

Music and Capitalism is an exciting new book by Sabby Sagall. It offers original insights into the development of music from feudal times through to the modern era. It describes a structural correspondence between society, politics, social relations and music. The research that underpins this book suggests that changes in musical style not only reflect but in turn help to shape changes in society.

This seminar offers a unique opportunity to engage with an internationally recognized author, currently visiting the ANU School of Music. Don't miss this chance to explore and discuss captivating ideas shaping the intersection of music and society. Open to all music enthusiasts, scholars, and curious minds alike! 

Date & time

Wed 01 May 2024, 10.30–11.30am


Kingsland Room, ANU School of Music


ANU School of Music
+61 2 6125 5700


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