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The Beatles as musicians the quarry men through rubber soul

Author: Walter Everett
Publisher: Oxford New York Oxford Univ. Press 2001
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This is a chronological study of the musical life of the Beatles, from 1956 up to 1965. The main focus is on the materials and structures of the Beatles' melodies, harmonies, counterpoint, rhythms,  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Everett
ISBN: 0195141040 9780195141047 0195141059 9780195141054
OCLC Number: 248396136
Description: XIX, 452 S. Karten, Noten 24 cm
Contents: 1. Maps ; 2. PRELUDE: Thinking of Living ; 3. ONE: And the Band Begins to Play (1956-1960) ; 4. TWO: Someone to Love, Somebody New (1960-1963) ; 5. INTERLUDE: I Want to Hold Your Hand ; 6. THREE: I'm Not What I Appear to Be (1964) ; 7. FOUR: I'm Here to Show Everybody the Light (1965) ; 8. POSTLUDE: The Act You've Known for All These Years (1957-2000) ; 9. Appendix: Instruments Played by the Early Period Beatles ; 10. Table of Chord Functions ; 11. Glossary of Terms; Notes; References; Index of Names, Songs, Albums, Videos, and Artworks
Responsibility: Walter Everett
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Walter Everett's recent contribution to the extensive literature on the Beatles is a welcome addition to the serious musicological study of the most influential rock musicians in history. * Journal Read more...

 
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