Critical Essays in Popular Musicology

1st Edition

Allan F. Moore

Routledge
Published July 28, 2007
Reference - 630 Pages
ISBN 9780754626473 - CAT# Y235461

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Critical Essays in Popular Musicology is an essential reference work which reproduces in facsimile form many of the most important and innovative journal articles and papers in the field, along with an introductory overview by the editor Allan Moore. The volume is designed to improve access to the most significant, concise English-language writing, which articulates and demonstrates some of the key constituents of a popular musicology. It avoids those pieces which have been published in other collections. The essays are divided into two parts - those that articulate the key questions of popular musicology, which discuss contexts for addressing texts, and those that demonstrate the discipline in practice, which actually address those texts. This is a valuable volume for libraries expanding their collections in musicology and popular music studies and will provide scholars and graduate students with a convenient and authoritative reference source.

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