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Unformatted text preview: Development of the music industry 1900 to 1920 Lecture # 1- January 7, 2010 Teacher Me High school How she experienced music: Country music- Dad Rock- Abba-Dad A lot of radio: mainstream Cassette tapes, recorded songs from the radio, made mixed tapes Collected music from the library Would read billboard-top 100 countdown Walkman Bruce springstein-born in the usa, first cassette Found U2, still loves U2 First concert was in grade 9 Hesitant to adopt to cds, because it didnt give her the ability to download her own songs from the radio, or borrow cassettes How I experienced How is it different? Not hesitant to adopt new technology We have a greater accessibility, music is a lot more accessible Youtube- can discover music form anywhere around the world Music industry less dependent on infiltrating our choices More illegality Music more economized Music more portable, own listening space with ipods Share music with friends and other people Going to clubs, listening to music Music culture is clearly different what were the primary ways people experiences music during this time?- people played their own music- people listen to live music (concert, musical theatre) what was Tin Pan Alley?- Became an important part of the music industry- Sheet music became the main commodity of the music industry- Music publishers and song writers- They all ended up in NYC in the area called tin pan alley= center of...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course ARTS muar 392 taught by Professor Simonot during the Spring '10 term at McGill.
- Spring '10