Pop Music The Text Book


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Catalogue #: EP72259
ISBN: 9781843670070
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This glorious and in-depth book traces the development of Pop music from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day, investigating the influence of each generation upon the next.

Authors Julia Winterson, Peter Nickol and Toby Bricheno have constructed a volume that identifies the forms of musical characteristic of different styles. Examines the different roles of people working in the music industry and explains the process involved in making and selling a CD. A must for musicians, music history enthusiasts and budding popsters.




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Customer Rating An excellent teaching tool - concise, yet detailed enough so as to be valuable in re-enforcing knowledge and also providing new learning. I teach Music Technology and found this book extremely helpful. It has really helped in both planning lessons and as a copiable resource to give out as an aid to revision.
Andyman


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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 07/11/2013
Format: History
Length: 184 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Edition Peters
Author: Peter Nickol; Julia Winterson; Toby Bricheno

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