Analyzing Recorded Music
Analyzing Recorded Music: Collected Perspectives on Popular Music Tracks is a collection of essays dedicated to the study of recorded popular music, with the aim of exploring "how the record shapes the song" (Moylan, Recording Analysis, 2020) from a variety of perspectives. Introduced with a Foreword by Paul Thberge, the distinguished editorial team has brought together a group of reputable international contributors to write about a rich collection of recordings.
Examining a diverse set of songs from a range of genres and points in history (spanning the years 1936-2020), the authors herein illuminate unique attributes of the selected tracks and reveal how the recording develops the expressive content of song performance.
Analyzing Recorded Music will interest all those who study popular music, cultural studies, and the musicology of record production, as well as to popular music listeners.
Author: Burns, Lori
Publisher: Focal Press
Release Date: 2022-12-29