Popular Music: Music and identity, Volume 4

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Simon Frith
Psychology Press, 2004 - 382 pages
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Popular music studies is a rapidly expanding field with changing emphases and agenda. This is a multi-volume resource for this area of study.
 

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Contents

Music and socialbility
5
Let all the world hear all the worlds music popular musicmaking and music education
7
Towards an aesthetic of popular music
32
Pathways in urban living
48
Systems of articulation logic of change communities and scenes in popular music
79
Place exchange and meaning Black Sea musicians in the West of Ireland
101
Music nationality and imagined community
117
Honky Tonk the music of the Southern working class
119
Contando la Cama Vacia love sexuality and gender relationships in Dominican Bachata
209
Somos el Peru Cumbia Andina and the children of Andean Migrants in Lima
231
Nationalism on stage music and change in Soviet Ukraine
249
Fantasies of home The antinomies of modernity and the music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo
266
Music modernity and postmodernity
283
The search for Petula Clark
285
Modern music culture on shock pop and synthesis
293
Cruising around the historical bloc Postmodernism and popular music in East Los Angeles
324

Paul Simons Graceland South Africa and the mediation of musical meaning
126
My love is in America migration and Irish music
164
Sounds authentic Black Music ethnicity and the challenge of a changing same
182
Ethnomusicology
207
A style nobody can deal with Politics style and the postindustrial city in Hip Hop
341
Index
361
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