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American Popular Music : From Minstrelsy to MP3

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780195396300

ISBN10:
0195396308
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/13/2009
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press

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Summary

The most complete, colorful, and authoritative package of its kind, American Popular Music: From Minstrelsy to MP3, Third Edition, examines popular music in the United States from its beginnings into the 21st century. Highlighting the contributions of diverse groups, Larry Starr and Christopher Waterman trace the development of jazz, blues, country, rock, hip-hop, and other popular styles. They combine an in-depth treatment of the music itself--including discussions of stylistic elements and analyses of musical examples--with solid coverage of attendant historical, social, and cultural circumstances. NEW TO THE THIRD EDITION DT Significantly expanded coverage of the Latin American stream of influence throughout, including Latin music in the big-band era, the mambo craze of the 1950s, bossa nova, and salsa DT Thoroughly updated discussions of online distribution models, technology, and new trends in popular music DT Exact timings included in the listening guides to help students orient themselves as they use the two in-text audio CDs DT New appendix illustrating the basic musical concepts of beat, tempo, rhythm, and form DT A free six-month subscription to the Encyclopedia of Popular Music online Remarkably accessible and student-friendly, the third edition also offers: DT Detailed listening charts that explain the most important elements of recordings discussed at length in the text DT Boxed inserts on significant individuals, recordings, and cultural issues, with an illustrated timeline at the back of the book DT An iMix (published at iTunes) DT An updated Companion Website (www.oup.com/us/popmusic) containing resources for both instructors (PowerPoint lecture slides, assignments and exercises, filmographies, and review/discussion questions) and students (chapter outlines, brief biographies, flashcards, and weblinks) DT A free Instructor's Manual and Computerized Test Bank on CD

Author Biography


Larry Starr is Professor of Music at the University of Washington. He is a respected scholar on the music of Ives, Gershwin, and Copland, as well as on popular music.
Christopher Waterman is Dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. An anthropologist specializing in the music of Africa and the Americas, he is also a bassist who has performed professionally in a wide variety of popular genres.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
Themes And Streams Of American Popular Music
Listening
Music and Identity
Music and Technology
The Music Business
Centers and Peripheries
Streams of Tradition: The Sources of Popular Music
The European American Stream
The African American Stream
The Latin American Stream
""After The Ball"": Popular Music Of The Nineteenth And Early Twentieth Centuries
The Minstrel Show
Dance Music and Brass Bands
The Birth of Tin Pan Alley
The Ragtime Craze, 1896-1918
The Rise of the Phonograph
""Catching As The Small-Pox"": Social Dance And Jazz, 1917-1935
Technology and the Music Business
""Freak Dances"": Turkey Trot and Tango
James Reese Europe and the Castles
The Jazz Craze
Jazz Becomes Popular Music: The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
Dance Music in the ""Jazz Age""
""The King of Jazz""
""I Got Rhythm"": The Golden Age Of Tin Pan Alley Song
Tin Pan Alley Song Form
What Were Tin Pan Alley Songs About?
What Makes a Song a ""Standard""?
""St. Louis Blues"": Race Records And Hillbilly Music
Race Records
Classic Blues
The Country Blues
Charley Patton and ""Tom Rushen Blues"" (1929)
Blind Lemon Jefferson: The First Country Blues Star
Robert Johnson: Standing at the Crossroad
Early Country Music: Hillbilly Records
Pioneers of Country Music: The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers
Popular Music and the Great Depression
""In The Mood"": The Swing Era, 1935-1945
Swing Music and American Culture
Benny Goodman: The King of Swing
Big Band Blues: Basie, Ellington, and Miller
Country Music in the Swing Era: Roy Acuff, Singing Cowboys, and Western Swing
Latin Music in the Swing Era
""Choo Choo Ch'boogie"": The Postwar Era, 1946-1954
Popular Music and Technology in the Postwar Era
Rise of the Big Singers
Urban Folk Music: The Weavers
The Mambo Craze (1949-1955)
Southern Music in the Postwar Era
Rhythm & Blues
Women in R&B: Ruth Brown and Big Mama Thornton
Country and Western Music
Hank Williams
""Rock Around The Clock"": Rock 'n' Roll, 1954-1959
Cover Versions and Early Rock 'n' Roll
The Rock 'n' Roll Business
Early Rock 'n' Roll Stars on the R&B Side
Early Rock 'n' Roll Stars on the Country Side
Wild, Wild Young Women: The Lady Vanishes
Songwriters and Producers of Early Rock 'n' Roll
""Good Vibrations"": American Pop And The British Invasion, 1960S
The Early 1960s: Dance Music and ""Teenage Symphonies""
Berry Gordy and Motown
Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys
The Beatles, the British Invasion, and the American Response
The Latin Stream in 1960s Pop
""Papa's Got A Brand New Bag"": Country, Soul, Urban Folk, And The Rise Of Rock, 1960s
Patsy Cline and the Nashville Sound
Ray Charles and Soul Music
James Brown and Aretha Franklin
Urban Folk Music in the 1960s: Bob Dylan
The Counterculture and Psychedelic Rock
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
San Francisco Rock: Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, and the Grateful Dead
Guitar Heroes: Hendrix and Clapton
The 1970S: Rock Music, Disco, And The Popular Mainstream
Country Music and the Pop Mainstream
A 1970s Jukebox: Some Characteristic Sounds of the Decade
Rock Comes of Age
""Night Fever"": The Rise of Disco
Outsiders' Music: Progressive Country, Reggae, Punk, Funk, And Rap, 1970S
The Outlaws: Progressive Country Music
""I Shot the Sheriff"": The Rise of Reggae
The Rise of Salsa Music
""Psycho Killer"": 1970s Punk and New Wave
""Tear the Roof off the Sucker"": Funk Music
""Rapper's Delight"": The Origins of Hip-Hop
The 1980S: Digital Technology, Mtv, And The Popular Mainstream
Digital Technology and Popular Music
A 1980s CD Changer
A Tale of Three Albums
""Baby I'm A Star"": Prince, Madonna, and the Production of Celebrity
""Smells Like Teen Spirit"": Hip-Hop, ""Alternative"" Music, And The Entertainment Business
Hip-Hop Breaks Out (1980s-1990s)
Techno: Dance Music in the Digital Age
Alternate Currents
Women's Voices: Alternative Folk, Hip-Hop, and Country
Globalization and the Rise of World Music
Conclusion
Music and Identity
Technology and the Music Business
Centers and Peripheries
Appendix: Illustrations of Key Music Terms
Glossary
Bibliography
Timeline
Credits
Index
CD Track List
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