After the Ball

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Proscenium Publishers, 1972 - Music - 324 pages
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(Limelight). An irreverent and engaging chronicle of popular music dating from the 1880s, when Tin Pan Alley was founded, to the present by a British-born songwriter and onetime pop star. "Brash, learned, funny, and perspicacious." The New Yorker

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Contents

How Pop Music Began
3
Ragtime
16
Inside Tin Pan Alley
41
Copyright

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