3 edition of Authenticity in music found in the catalog.
Authenticity in music
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||ML457 .L46 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Barker and Taylor's exploration of the idea of authenticity in modern music takes them from the falsely labeled "pure" and "primitive" style of Leadbelly to the first truly "autobiographical song" (Jimmie Rodger's version of "TB Blues"), the disintegration of the Monkees and Neil Young's "Drugged-out, driven, and death soaked" album Tonight's the Night —what the authors believe to be the most /5(12).
Authenticity in Music Hardcover – June 1, by Raymond Leppard (Author)Cited by: Authenticity in Music Paperback – March 1, by Raymond Leppard (Author)5/5(1). "Faking It," is a very persuasive analysis and historical exploration of the tendency of make a fetish of "authenticity" in popular music.
The irony is that authenticity is often faked. The best example of this is Ledbelly, a blues musician discovered singing in prison by Lomax (I forget which one)/5.
Along the way, the authors discuss the segregation of music in the South, investigate the predominance of self-absorption in modern pop, reassess the rebellious ridiculousness of rockabilly and.
Find books like Faking It: The Quest for Authenticity in Popular Music from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Faking. Concepts of Authenticity in Early Music and Popular Music Communities 1.
The postwar Baroque revival is best described by Robert Fink in his chapter " ‘A Pox on 2. The second wave of revival was the "original-instruments" response to #1. The interest in antique instruments was extended to.
If they had made use of Lionel Trilling’s classic book, “Sincerity and Authenticity,” for example, they would have been able to trace the lineage of such tortured neo-Romantics as Neil. What is Authenticity in Popular Music. Posted on October 1, by Paul Carr I have had an interesting debate this week about the nature of authenticity in popular music – prompted by the recent revelations that Seasick Steve, Authenticity in music book bastion of authenticity for many, turned out to be a session musician who lied about his age.
Sounding Indigenous explores the relations between music, people, and places through analysis of Bolivian music performances: by a non-governmental organization involved in Authenticity in music book activities, by a music performing ensemble,and by the people living in two rural areas of Potosi.
Based on researchconducted between andthe book frames debates of Bolivian national/5(5). Summary: An analysis of the importance of early music (including Handel and Gluck), in which the author aims to show how a well-informed but creative approach to the question of "authenticity" is necessary for performers to be able to communicate the essential qualities of the music to audiences of today.
Authenticity in music. [Raymond Leppard; Reinhard G Pauly] -- In recent years there has been an enormous growth of interest in 'early music', accompanied by much lively debate about how it should be this authoritative but highly approachable.
"Faking It: The Quest for Authenticity in Popular Music" is an ambitious and interesting book by Barker & Taylor that spotlights a group of musicians as diverse as John Hurt, Jimmie Rodgers, Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain, Neil Young, The Monkees, Johnny Rotten, Donna Summer and some other icons from various eras.
The authors detail the nearly paradoxical pursuit of either stylistic or personal authenticity by. This book explores the highly-valued, and often highly-charged, ideal of authenticity in hip-hop — what it is, why it is important, and how it affects the day-to-day life of rap artists.
By analyzing the practices, identities, and struggles that shape the lives of rappers in the London scene, the. This whole discussion of "authenticity" pops up a lot amongst fans of 70ss punk and indie music, talking about bands trying to "go pop" by cleaning up their sound, thus losing their authenticity because they got rid of their lo-fi aesthetic, bands "selling out" by trying to.
This book is about the value that an audience places on a commercial cultural product like country music. It explores why the concept of authenticity in country music is so crucial to so many of its fans.
It does this by examining the dramatic changes that occurred in country music in the s and s, when one popular style - honky-tonk - was effectively supplanted by another - the. Broonzy's tale is an instructive aside in this chronology of authenticity in rock and pop.
The notion of 'keeping it real' crosses all genres: rappers justify their lyrical extremities with it, Author: Campbell Stevenson. Despite growing attention to authenticity in popular music, this book is the first to offer a comprehensive theoretical model explaining the reflexive approaches hip-hop artists adopt to ‘live out’ authenticity in everyday by: 2.
AUTHENTICITY IN MUSICAL PERFORMANCE. by Bernard D Anxiety, and the Current Musical Scene.” In Authenticity and Early Music, edited by Nicholas Kenyon, pp. 57– Oxford, Philip, Robert. Early Recordings and Musical Style.
Cambridge, Rosen, Charles. “The Shock of the Old.” New York Review of Books (J ): 46– The defining term in rock ideology is authenticity.
Rock is distinguished from pop as the authentic expression of a performer’s or composer’s feelings and the authentic representation of a social situation. Rock is at once the mainstream of commercial music and a romantic art form, a.
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Add to Wishlist. Barker and Taylor's exploration of the idea of authenticity in modern music takes them from the falsely labeled "pure" and "primitive" style of Leadbelly to the first truly The three books reviewed in this essay shed light on the construction of authen-ticity and the performance of traditional musical and cultural forms in contempo-rary spaces.
They offer an examination of the underlying politics of negotiating tradition music authenticity—the old-timer, the hillbilly, and the cowboy—Peterson traces. Denis Dutton distinguishes between nominal authenticity and expressive authenticity. The first refers to the correct identification of the author of a work of art, to how closely a performance of a play or piece of music conforms to the author's intention, or to how closely a work of art conforms to an artistic tradition.
Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul.
If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Alex Ross has been the music critic of The New Yorker since His first book, The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, a cultural history of music sincewon a National Book Critics Circle award and the Guardian First Book Award, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Read the full-text online edition of Authenticity and Early Music: A Symposium (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Authenticity and Early Music: A Symposium. Authenticity and Early Music: A Symposium. By Nicholas Kenyon. No cover image. And Authentic Meaning in Music I think anything you play has some element of authenticity to it.
Even for covers, the reasons you choose a particular song are going to be unique. The emotions, feelings, memories, that you experience from that particular song are going to be uni. This thesis and its associated research had its origins in my own fascination with the generic concept of authenticity, as it exists within life generally, and specifically within popular music.
The dualities of good/bad, genuine/false, honest/fraudulent, and creative/derivative have always been present within the ranks of musicians and their. This is a topic I study extensively, and coach and teach on. I've developed quite a list.
Brene Brown's "Daring Greatly." She discusses the benefits and challenges of living an authentic life. Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Tr. A pretty interesting book on the creating of the commercial country music industry.
It especially focuses on how "authenticity" was codified in certain types of clothing, guitars, beards, etc., so that performers had to appropriate them in order to claim the right to perform country music.4/5.
Authenticity is a concept in psychology (in particular existential psychiatry) as well as existentialist philosophy and aesthetics (in regard to various arts and musical genres). In existentialism, authenticity is the degree to which an individual's actions are congruent with their beliefs and desires, despite external pressures; the conscious self is seen as coming to terms with being in a.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm: Contents: Preface / Karl Fugelso --Part I: Medievalism and uction: Medievalism as colony and conqueror: reflections after MAMO / David Matthews --Genealogies of the early Gothic: forging authenticity / Nickolas Haydock --The rituals of.
FABIAN, AUTHENTICITY AND EARLY MUSIC, IRASM 32 () 2, and critical discussions of the meaning of authenticity during the s.1 This might well be the case yet it is time to note that most of these discussions provided little new material; instead they represented a catching-up in British-American musi.
Along the way the influence of car-maker Henry Ford and politician Joseph R. McCarthy are also noted. Vintage photographs of this cast of characters complement the lively narrative." "More than just a history of the genre, Creating Country Music is the first exploration of authenticity in popular culture.5/5(1).
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Authentic Poetry/Music in Spanish for Kids. 1. ¡Pío Peep!: Traditional Spanish Nursery Rhymes – This is just our favorite collection of traditional rhymes and illustrations in Spanish, and an essential for every Spanish-language kids’ English .This thesis and its associated research had its origins in my own fascination with the generic concept of authenticity, as it exists within life generally, and specifically within popular music.
The dualities of good/bad, genuine/false, honest/fraudulent, and creative/derivative have always been present within the ranks of musicians and their performances.Get this from a library! Hip-hop authenticity and the London scene: living out authenticity in popular music.
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