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Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories A stylistic history of cover version Abstract
Akitsugu Kawamoto
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Analysing live music in the UK: Findings one year into a three-year research project Abstract
Simon Frith
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Authorship and co-authorship in samba: From early times to nowadays Abstract
Cláudia Neiva de Matos
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Between rock and a harmony place Abstract
Christopher Doll
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Computers, culture and music: The history of the recording industry in Malawi Abstract
John Lwanda, Chipo Kanjo
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Constructing a rough account of British concert promotion history Abstract
Matt Brennan
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories "Cul de sax": Construction and consolidation of a musical stereotype Abstract
Simone Garino
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories "Dare to be free": The Dixie Chicks' existential conversion Abstract
Jim Le Blanc
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories English folk music as world music Abstract
Trish Winter, Simon Keegan-Phipps
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Environment and aesthetic experience: Dark Side of the Moon Abstract
Jorge Cardoso Filho
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories F*** the U.S.A.: The new cosmopolitan class and the protest of place Abstract
Jesse Samba Wheeler
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Globalisation movement in the Hong Kong music market from the 1980s Abstract
Eve Leung
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Horror rock! Staging the early aesthetics of fear and terror Abstract
Kimi Kärki
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories In the name of the genre: Neologisms, ideology, neorealistic aesthetics; the birth of a musical genre, the case of Italian cantautori Abstract
Jacopo Tomatis
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories "Kasatchok Superstar": Post-Soviet popular music, the Russendisko and the European Russian-folklore-lineage Abstract
David-Emil Wickström
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories King Tut's Wah Wah Hut: Initial research into a "local" live music venue Abstract
Emma Webster
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Live music and music policy Abstract
Martin Cloonan
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Marginal character, multiple artist: Analysing the songs of Itamar Assumpção Abstract
Conrado Falbo
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Mediation and mutineers in the Pacific: Place-making and music at Norfolk Island’s Cyclorama Abstract
Henry Johnson
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Money for what? An exploration in music crowdfunding or P2P finance Abstract
Francesco D'Amato
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories "Music me": Betty Davis' voice Abstract
Grant Olwage
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories New Zealand commercial radio – Coke or L&P? Coke the local brand, or L&P, the local within the Coke empire: The Relationship between America and Hybrid Culture Abstract
Brendan Reilly
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Performing aboriginal places in white towns Abstract
Åse Ottosson
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Pop pagans: The sacredness of place in popular music Abstract
Donna Weston
 
Popular Music Worlds, Popular Music Histories Popular music from the perspective of the fans Abstract
Cristina Grossi, Hugo Leonardo Ribeiro, Rone Samuel
 
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