'I did not think the second volume could possibly be as good as the first. I was wrong. So browse, read it through, or just use it as a reference - you will find there is always more to learn. It is a wonderful accomplishment. Anyone who cares about popular music should have this book.' Lawerence Grossberg, Morris Davis Professor of Communication Studies and Cultural Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill This second volume consists of some 460 entries by 130 contributors from around the world. Entries range between 250 and 5000 words, and are arranged in four parts: Part I: Performers and Performing; Part II: Musical Production and Transmission; Part III: Musical Instruments; Part IV: Musical Forms and Practice. Entries include musical examples, bibliographies, discographies and filmographies. An extensive index is also provided. For more information please visit: www.continuumpopmusic.comAn Englishlanguage publication of their songs by Ditson helped US singers, such as the Euterpian Quartette, the Hughes ... leading on ragtime chord progressions and the practise of a#39;snakinga#39; from chord to chord that came to characterize the a#39; barbershopa#39; style of close harmony singing. ... Home- and churchbased singing of gospel and country songs in harmony arrangements proliferated throughout theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Part 1 Performance and Production|
|Author||:||John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2003-05-08|