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The Routledge history of social protest in popular music /

edited by Jonathan C. Friedman.

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Names: Friedman, Jonathan C.,
Published: New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
Series: Routledge histories.
Topics: Popular music - Political aspects. | Popular music - Social aspects. | Protest songs - History and criticism. | Protest movements - Songs and music. | Protestbewegung | Musik | Protestsong | Music. | Music.
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Songs and music.
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245 04|aThe Routledge history of social protest in popular music /|cedited by Jonathan C. Friedman.
246 30|aHistory of social protest in popular music
246 30|aSocial protest in popular music
264 1|aNew York :|bRoutledge/Taylor & Francis Group,|c2017.
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300 |axvii, 412 pages :|billustrations (black and white) ;|c26 cm
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tIntroduction : What is social protest music? : one historian's perspective /|rJonathan C. Friedman -- Part I.|tHistorical beginnings, war, and civil rights.|tSignifying freedom : protest in nineteenth century African-American music /|rBurton W. Peretti ;|tGod, garrison, and the ground : the Hutchinson Family Singers and the origins of commercial protest music /|rScott Gac ;|tSolidarity forever : music and the labor movement in the United States /|rBenjamin Bierman ;|tSonic opposition : protesting racial violence before civil rights /|rKatherine L. Turner ; Jewish voices of protest on Broadway : from The eternal road to The cradle will rock and beyond /|rJonathan C. Friedman ;|tMusical mêlée : twentieth-century America's contested wartime soundtrack / Robert J. Kodosky ;|tBob Dylan : an American tragedian /|rKile Jones ;|tA screaming comes across the dial : country, folk, and atomic protest music /|rJohn Cline and Robert G. Weiner ;|tA soul message : R & B, soul, and the black freedom struggle /|rJames Smethurst -- Part II.|tContemporary social protest in rock music.|tThe music's not all that matters, after all : British progressive rock as social criticism /|rEdward Macan ;|tRadical protest in rock : Zappa, Lennon, and Garcia /|rJacqueline Edmondson and Robert G. Weiner ;|tFalling into fancy fragments : punk, protest and politics /|rTravis A. Jackson ;|tWomen, rap, and hip-hop : the challenge of image /|rGail Hilson Woldu ;|tI predict a riot : Riot Grrls and the contradictions of feminism /|rShayna Maskell ;|tAnger is a gift : post-Cold War rock and the anti-capitalist movement /|rDavid Alexander Robinson ;|tConcerts for a cause (or 'cause we can?) /|rH. Louise Davis -- Part III.|tInternational protest.|tWhat every revolutionary should know : a musical model of global protest /|rIngrid Bianca Byerly ;|tRevolutionary words : reggae's evolution from protest to mainstream /|rStephen A. King and P. Renee Foster ;|t"We need more than love" : three generations of North American indigenous protest singers /|rElyse Carter Vosen ;|tEuropean pop music and the notion of protest /|rAnna G. Piotrowska ;|tFlowers made of lead : paths, times, and emotions of protest music in Brazil /|rRicardo Santhiago ;|tSongs for freedom : music and the struggle against apartheid /|rMark Malisa and Nandipha Malange ;|t"Sorrow, tears, and blood" : Fela Anikulapo Kuti and protest in Nigeria /|rSaheed Aderinto ;|tTelling the truth and commenting reality : "harsh criticism" in Guinea-Bissau's intervention music /|rAnne-Kristin Borszik ;|tDeglamorizing protest : the politics of "song and dance" in popular Indian cinema /|rPrakash Kona ;|tProtesting colonial Australia : convict theatre and Kelly ballads /|rStephen Gaunson ;|tAmbushed from all sides : rock music as a force for change in China /|rDennis Rea --|tConclusion : a hermeneutics of protest music /|rAllan Moore.
520 8 |aThe major objective of this collection of 28 essays is to analyze the trends, musical formats, and rhetorical devices used in popular music to illuminate the human condition. By comparing and contrasting musical offerings in a number of countries and in different contexts from the 19th century until today, the book is a probing introduction to the history of social protest music, ideal for popular music studies and history and sociology of music courses.
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