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The Contemporary Minstrel

Author : Louis Anthony deLise
ISBN : 0692304592
Genre : Music
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In The Contemporary Minstrel, Louis Anthony deLise presents a first-of-its-kind organized and scholarly study of the craft of creating and marketing pop songs. He includes in this book a primer on music theory, detailed descriptions of all pop song forms, analysis of well-written songs and a complete how-to guide for navigating today's new music business paradigm. Through thoughtful analysis of successful songs, deLise provides aspiring songwriters with the music and lyric writing tools they will need to create great new tunes. In the chapter on the business of music, deLise presents a step-by-step method for marketing the songs you create. Louis Anthony deLise is a composer, music arranger and record producer whose songwriting, arranging and producing credits include hit records with Patti LaBelle, William DeVaughn and his band, Philly Nouveau. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and has taught songwriting, music theory, arranging and film scoring at major universities.

All Music Guide To The Blues

Author : Vladimir Bogdanov
ISBN : 0879307366
Genre : Music
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Reviews and rates the best recordings of 8,900 blues artists in all styles.

Songwriter S Market

Author : Cindy Laufenberg
ISBN : 0898796105
Genre : Music
File Size : 88. 18 MB
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Songwriters will find inside tips on how--and where--to place their songs in over 2,000 up-to-date listings of song markets. Includes articles and interviews on the newest trends and lists contests, competitions, workshops, and songwriter organizations.

All Music Guide To Country

Author : Michael Erlewine
ISBN : 0879304758
Genre : Music
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Reviews and rates the best recordings of country artists and groups, provides biographies of the artists, and charts the evolution of country music

The Art Of Songwriting

Author : Jennifer MacKay
ISBN : 9781420509434
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Author Jennifer MacKay focuses on songwriting from a craft standpoint. Because the lyrics themselves are only one part of songwriting, she also covers melody, tempo, and rhythm, and explains how this can differ between genres. A few key influential singers and songwriters are discussed along with the general craft.

Contemporary Musicians

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105001873277
Genre : Musicians
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Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Contemporary Musicians

Author : Michael L. LaBlanc
ISBN : 0810322161
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Provides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources.

Encyclopedia Of The Harlem Renaissance A J

Author : Cary D. Wintz
ISBN : 1579584578
Genre : African American arts
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Segregating Sound

Author : Karl Hagstrom Miller
ISBN : 9780822392705
Genre : Music
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In Segregating Sound, Karl Hagstrom Miller argues that the categories that we have inherited to think and talk about southern music bear little relation to the ways that southerners long played and heard music. Focusing on the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth, Miller chronicles how southern music—a fluid complex of sounds and styles in practice—was reduced to a series of distinct genres linked to particular racial and ethnic identities. The blues were African American. Rural white southerners played country music. By the 1920s, these depictions were touted in folk song collections and the catalogs of “race” and “hillbilly” records produced by the phonograph industry. Such links among race, region, and music were new. Black and white artists alike had played not only blues, ballads, ragtime, and string band music, but also nationally popular sentimental ballads, minstrel songs, Tin Pan Alley tunes, and Broadway hits. In a cultural history filled with musicians, listeners, scholars, and business people, Miller describes how folklore studies and the music industry helped to create a “musical color line,” a cultural parallel to the physical color line that came to define the Jim Crow South. Segregated sound emerged slowly through the interactions of southern and northern musicians, record companies that sought to penetrate new markets across the South and the globe, and academic folklorists who attempted to tap southern music for evidence about the history of human civilization. Contending that people’s musical worlds were defined less by who they were than by the music that they heard, Miller challenges assumptions about the relation of race, music, and the market.

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