Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Part 1 Media, Industry, Society: Volume I
John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke
Bloomsbury Academic, 2003 M01 30 - 832 pages
The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music Volume 1 provides an overview of media, industry, and technology and its relationship to popular music. In 500 entries by 130 contributors from around the world, the volume explores the topic in two parts: Part I: Social and Cultural Dimensions, covers the social phenomena of relevance to the practice of popular music and Part II: The Industry, covers all aspects of the popular music industry, such as copyright, instrumental manufacture, management and marketing, record corporations, studios, companies, and labels. Entries include bibliographies, discographies and filmographies, and an extensive index is provided.
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