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5.0 out of 5 stars Concerning the melding point of musical creativity, Jan. 14 2004
This review is from: Music and Technoculture (Paperback)
Collaboratively compiled and definitively co-edited by Rene T. A. Lysloff (Assistant Professor of Music, University of California - Riverside) and Leslie C. Gay, Jr. (Associate Professor and Coordinator of Musicology, University of Tennessee - Knoxville), Music And Technoculture collects together fifteen original essays by a variety of learned authors concerning the melding point of musical creativity and the options that technology makes possible to budding musical artists. Transformation of musical creations as well as the staying power and influence of local style form the heart of the insightful and varied discourse in this scholarly anthology of modern changes in music study. Music And Technoculture is an impressive, informative, and highly recommended addition to academic and professional History of Music and Contemporary American Cultural Studies reference collections and reading lists.
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