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ISBN:0789000997
Author: Frank Hoffmann,B Lee Cooper,William E Studwell
ISBN13: 978-0789000996
Title: The National and Religious Song Reader: Patriotic, Traditional, and Sacred Songs from Around the World (Haworth Popular Culture)
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Language: English
Category: Music
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 22, 1996)
Pages: 173

The National and Religious Song Reader: Patriotic, Traditional, and Sacred Songs from Around the World (Haworth Popular Culture) by Frank Hoffmann,B Lee Cooper,William E Studwell



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William Studwell has done it again! In The National and Religious Song Reader, the author presents more than 120 enjoyable and informative essays on national, patriotic, and religious songs from around the world.

M edia-M ediated Relationships: Straight and Gay, M ainstream and Alternative Perspectives by Linda K. Fuller The N ational and Religious Song Reader: Patriotic, Traditional, and Sacred Songs from A round the W orld by William E. Studwell R ock M usic in Am erican Popular Culture: R ock ’n ’ R oll Resources by B. Lee Cooper and Wayne S. Haney . Frank Hoffmann, PhD, MLS, is the author of several Haworth titles including Arts & Entertainment Fads, Sports & Recreation Fads, M ind & Society Fads, and Fashion & Merchandising Fads. In the World War I era, a new type had emerged- singers who established their reputations through records and then were promoted as famous record artists when they toured (examples include Olive Kline, Reinald Werrenrath, and the Eight Popular Victor Artists).

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The Popular Song Reader contains over 200 short essays on the backgrounds of a wide variety of twentieth-century American popular songs. The witty and knowledgeable essays touch upon several hundred traditional-style pop songs as well as early rock compositions. Divided into five sections, the book covers popular songs from the Tin Pan Alley era (By the Light of the Silvery Moon, California, Here I Come, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, She'll Be Comin’Round the Mountain, and When Irish Eyes are Smiling), the swing/big band era (Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Heart and Soul, In the Mood, Stardust, and. Stormy Weather), and the rock era (Chances Are, Good Vibrations, Love Me Tender, Misty, Rock Around the Clock, Stop! In the Name of Love, and The Twist).

The Popular Song Reader book. The Popular Song Reader: A Sampler of Well-Known Twentieth-Century Songs. The essays are filled with anecdotes, humor, irony, and even poetry that reflect the author's offbeat and somewhat irreverent manner, while also presenting a broad spectrum of American popular songs in their historical and cultural contexts. In addition to information about each song and its composer, the author also discusses how the song reflected society at the time and also how the song itself has influenced popular culture.

The British Grenadiers" is a traditional marching song of British, Australian and Canadian military units whose badge of identification features a grenade, the tune of which dates from the 17th century. It is the Regimental Quick March of the Royal Artillery (since 1716), Corps of Royal Engineers (since 1787), the Honourable Artillery Company (since 1716), Grenadier Guards 'The First (later 'Grenadier') Regiment of Foot Guards' (since 1763), and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (since 1763)

William Studwell has done it again! In The National and Religious Song Reader, the author presents more than 120 enjoyable and informative essays on national, patriotic, and religious songs from around the world. Readers will learn the answers to such questions as: Was “Dixie” actually first performed in New York City? Which 16th-century English composition is referred to by Shakespeare in The Merry Wives of Windsor? What well-known hymn was written by Martin Luther in 1529? And what is a waltzing matilda anyway? (Hint: It's not a dancing young lady.)Studwell's latest collection follows the form and style of his earlier works, The Popular Song Reader and The Christmas Carol Reader, as he relays interesting facts about each song through anecdotes, humor, poetry, and a generally lighthearted yet scholarly approach. In addition to information about each song and its composer, the author also discusses how the song reflected society at the time and how the song itself has influenced popular culture. The book is divided into four sections: American National Songs: armed forces songs, war songs, national anthems, national marches National Songs From Other Countries: songs from Canada, Mexico, England, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, Ireland, Israel, Australia General Hymns: religious songs from the 17th century and earlier, and the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries Songs Associated With Religious Events: Easter, Thanksgiving, weddings, funerals The book's readable style is its most important quality as it makes it more approachable than a typical reference book. And vital to its usefulness as a reference book are the indexes--one by song title and another by person or group. Whether used primarily as an enjoyable reference or as an informative reader, The National and Religious Song Reader is bound to provide new insights into familiar songs for all music fans.