Underground harmonies: music and politics in the subways of New York
This is the first book on New York's subway musicians-modern troubadours who perform on platforms, mezzanines, and even trains pounding through the city. Illustrating her account with captivating photos, Susie J. Tanenbaum draws on interviews with musicians and their audiences to explore both the vibrant culture and the intricate politics of subway music.
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MAKING MUSIC UNDERGROUND
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