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Singing out : an oral history of America's folk music revivals

Author: David King Dunaway; Molly Beer
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Series: Oxford oral history series.
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An oral history of North American folk music revivals that draws on more than 150 interviews to explore the musical, political, and social aspects of the folk revival movement.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David King Dunaway; Molly Beer
ISBN: 9780195378344 0195378342
OCLC Number: 432444012
Description: xi, 255 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: I never heard a horse sing it! : defining folk music --
Early collectors --
Music for the masses --
Greenwich Village : 1940s --
Am I in America? : the red scare --
Folk boom --
Movement music --
Folk-rock --
Nu folk : the music changes, but the beat goes on --
The power of music.
Series Title: Oxford oral history series.
Responsibility: David King Dunaway, Molly Beer.
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An oral history of North American folk music revivals that draws on more than 150 interviews to explore the musical, political, and social aspects of the folk revival movement.

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An important and excellent new book... Uncover[s] the true life of folk music in North America as it progressed through the world-altering twentieth century. The Journal of Music Made up almost Read more...

 
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