Notes_6_8_09 - MUSB 1305 notes - 6/8/09 music history *Test...

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MUSB 1305 notes - 6/8/09 – music history **Test on the 24th, review on 22nd** -Pre-20th century music was meant to be passed down, travel from city to city, and to tell stories -Music publishers would sell other people’s songs or their own songs to shows (i.e. Vaudeville) -Song plugging is the act or art of pitching songs to singers for them to perform and/or record **The growth of the business parallels the growth of technology** -Big inventions in the early 20th century were wax cylinders and especially radio -In 1927 the first talking movie came out, “The Jazz Singer” -Great Depression caused drop in interest in Vaudeville shows, but an increase in radio listeners -Big corporations came into radio stations and saved them; introduced network radio -Publishers had to rethink their business, so all of a sudden the content was getting centralized out of these big cities, so they had to rethink their process -They had to be where the artists were to pitch their songs -New York, Chicago, Nashville, LA-where all the publishers went
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2009 for the course MUSB 1305 taught by Professor Gillespie during the Summer '09 term at Austin Community College.

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