New patterns of musical behaviour of the young generation in industrial societies
Universal Edition A.G., 1974 - Music - 240 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Mass Media New Ways of Approach to Music and New Patterns
6 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
acceleration acoustic aesthetic age group Alice Cooper amateur analysis art music artistic attitude audience beat music Beatles changes characteristics communication composers concert contest countries cultural dance music electric guitars electronic organ ensembles environment exist experience factors festival field Finland Finnish forms Frank Zappa function genres guitar influence instruments interest in pop investigation jazz judgement kind of music lbid light music listen to music lMDT lnstitute lnternational mass media music education music-making musical activities musical behaviour musical taste musicians Musik MUSlC operetta orchestras organisation patterns of musical performances phenomenon playing Pleven pop groups pop music popular music preferences present programmes psychological pupils question radio record rock rock music serious music Sha-Na-Na significance SKOPJE social sociology songs sound level sound volume style sub-culture symphonic music Symposium tape teachers technical media teenagers traditional trend type of music young youth music