Gebrauchsmusik (Ger.). Utility music. Term applied in 1920s to works (by Hindemith, Weill, Krenek, and others, influenced by the poet Brecht) which were directed to some social or educational purpose instead of being ‘art for art's sake’. Later disowned by Hindemith.
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