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    How was Nationalism reflected in 19th century music?

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    How was Nationalism reflected in 19th century music? Cite an example.

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    Nationalism, in a historical context, began surfacing with the revolutions that sprang from new philosophies, that the rich could not control the poor any longer. As a result, people became entranced by the notion of being one. Nationalism played a major role in the development of compositions of many composers, too many to name, in fact. The result of this ...

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    A short essay describing Nationalism in 19th century music and its influence, including a specific example. Note: this essay is approximately 200 words with specific musical literature cited.

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