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Key terms in popular music and culture

Key terms in popular music and culture

Author: Bruce Horner; Thomas Swiss
Publisher: Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 2004
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprintView all editions and formats

This work presents 18 essays by scholars in the field of popular music studies. They collectively address the question: "What are we talking about when we talk about popular music?" Each essay maps  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Horner; Thomas Swiss
ISBN: 0631212647 9780631212645 0631212639 9780631212638
OCLC Number: 474375413
Notes: Originalår: 1999
Semesterhylde efterår 2011. Morten Michelsen: Temaer i populærmusikforskningen. - Humaniora -> Musikvidenskab -> Bacheloruddannelsen -> 3. årstrin (BA-projekt)
Description: x, 260 s
Contents: Acknowledgments. Notes on contributors. Introduction: Putting It Into Words: Key Terms for Studying Popular Music; Bruce Horner (Drake University) and Thomas Swiss (Drake University). Part I: Locating Popular Music in Culture: 1. Ideology: Lucy Green (University of London). 2. Discourse: Bruce Horner (Drake University). 3. Histories: Gilbert Rodman (University of South Florida). 4. Institutions: David Sanjek (BMI Archives). 5. Politics: Robin Balliger (Stanford University). 6. Race: Russell Potter (Rhode Island College). 7. Gender: Holly Kruse (La Salle University). 8. Youth: Deena Weinstein (DePaul University). Part II: Locating Culture in Popular Music. 9. Popular: Anahid Kassabian (Fordham University). 10. Music: David Brackett (SUNY Binghamton). 11. Form: Richard Middleton (University of Newcastle upon Tyne). 12. Text: John Shepherd (Carleton University). 13. Images: Cynthia Fuchs (George Mason University). 14. Performance: David Shumway (Carnegie Mellon University). 15. Authorship: Will Straw (McGill University). 16. Technology: Paul Theberge (Concordia University). 17. Business: Mark Fenster (Yale Law School) and Thomas Swiss (Drake University). 18. Scenes: Sara Cohen (University of Liverpool). Index.
Responsibility: ed. by Bruce Horner and Thomas Swiss


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