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Supremely American
Nicholas E Tawa

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Supremely American
popular song in the 20th century : styles and singers and what they said about America
Nicholas Tawa

Published 2005 by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, Md .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Preliminary considerations
A closer look at the jazz age
Swing time
Change : different music cultures come to the fore
White-American and British songs in a decade of turmoil
Black-American music comes to the fore in the 1960s
Out of the seventies
The eighties and nineties
A temporary ending

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-321) and index

Other Titles
Popular song in the 20th century


Library of Congress
ML3477 .T39 2005

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xvi, 333 p. ;
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