Expression in Pop-rock Music: A Collection of Critical and Analytical Essays
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Music - 372 pages
This collection of essays, written by ten leading musicologists and music theorists specializing in popular music, presents a wide range of scholarly approaches to understanding artistic expression in rock music. Covering such artists as Frank Zappa, U2, Genesis, The Cure, Tori Amos, and Sarah McLachlan, these writings provide fascinating insights into the music that are suitable for scholars, students, and popular music fans alike. Index.
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