8 edition of Recorded music in American life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||William Howland Kenney.|
|LC Classifications||ML3477 .K46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||98008611|
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Most people would admit that the phonograph and recorded music have Recorded music in American life book an impact on life in the United States. Americans' enjoyment of records has evolved into a major phenomenon: by the Victor Talking Machine Company had assets of $2, which grew to $33, in Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Recorded Music in American Life: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, at Read honest and 5/5.
To this end, Recorded Music in American Life effectively illustrates how recorded music provided the focus for active recorded sound cultures, in which listeners shared what they heard, and expressed crucial dimensions of their private lives, by way of their involvement with records and record-players.
To this end, Recorded Music in American Life effectively illustrates how recorded music provided the focus for active recorded sound cultures, in which listeners shared what they heard, and expressed crucial dimensions of their private lives, by way of their involvement with records and ts and scholars of American music Cited by: Book Review.
William Howland Kenney, Recorded Music in American Life: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, (New York: Oxford, ). / Gitelman, Lisa. In: Technology and Culture, Vol. 42,p. Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Book/Film/Article reviewCited by: 5.
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Recorded music in American life: the phonograph and popular memory, [W Howland Kenney]. A century of recording has fundamentally changed our experience of music--the way we listen to it and the way it is performed.
This highly engaging book is the first thorough exploration of the impact of recording technology upon the art of music. Timothy Day chronicles the developments in recording technology since its inception and describes the powerful effects it has had on artistic.
Article. Article. Finding music by African Americans on early phonograph records is more difficult than one might surmise. Black artists rarely performed on early recordings. Racial prejudice may only be a contributing factor.
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Summary This title examines the interplay between recorded music and social, political, and economic forces in the US in the era of the phonograph's rise and decline as the dominant medium of popular recorded sound, from the appearance of first commercial recordings to the postwar years when the industry yielded its primacy to newer.
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His forthcoming book, Pinpoint: How GPS Is Changing Technology, Culture and Our Minds, will be published by WW Norton in May /5.Reimagining the historical influence of the phonograph and recorded music in American life this chapter begins with a reconsideration of Evan Eisenberg's description of domestic consumer phonograph culture.
Eisenberg imagined domestic interactions of Americans with the phonograph as “ceremonies of a solitary”, ritualistic observances in which the listener summons forth the sound of voices.