Mus - and the poor. B. It has focused on the working people...

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Mark Zellner Outline Audience: Current college and university students. A fight for a word I. Main topic A. Censorship County Music ways of expression II. What are Country musicians 1. Performers. 2. For them it is a job that they love with a passion. The artist are ragler people, they provide for there families. III. Music is the universal language. A. country music has been the music of the blue-collar workers
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Unformatted text preview: and the poor. B. It has focused on the working people and their needs, but the themes are universal and appeal to a wide range of people in many walks of life. 1. 2. Thesis: However, county music today has change many lives, the image of county music has misused in the last 5 years...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course MUS 360 taught by Professor Teacherassistant during the Spring '07 term at N. Arizona.

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