British attitudes toward German-language song repertoire were transformed in the interwar period by a potent combination of politics and technology. The use of translations gained and lost ground; native musicians struggled to compete with international stars; and new listening strategies developed around the gramophone and radio. In the process, notions of cosmopolitan connoisseurship became established that still dominate reception and performance practices today.

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