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Anxiety Muted
Anxiety Muted Anxiety Muted (American Film Music in a Suburban Age)
Stanley C. Pelkey & Anthony Bushard - Oxford University Press

The most familiar entertainment icons and storylines from the 1950s and 60s remain potent signs that continue to resonate within contemporary American society and culture. Both the political Left and Right

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De-Colonization, Heritage, and Advocacy
De-Colonization, Heritage, and Advocacy De-Colonization, Heritage, and Advocacy (An Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology, Volume 2)
Svanibor Pettan & Jeff Titon - Oxford University Press

The nine ethnomusicologists who contributed to this volume present a diverse range of views, approaches, and methodologies that address indigenous peoples, immigrants, and marginalized communities.

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Play On!
Play On! Play On! (A Marine's Musical Journey From The Bayou To The White House)
John Bourgeois - GIA Publications

With his hallmark wit and eloquence, Colonel John R. Bourgeois gives an autobiographical account of his life and career as a musician from humble roots who rose through the ranks to became the twenty-fifth

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Romantic American Choral Music
Romantic American Choral Music Romantic American Choral Music (an Anthology)
David P. DeVenney - Hinshaw Music, Inc.

Selected by the ACDA Publications Committee and recommended as a required text at many American choral institutions, this stunning anthology reveals the often-overlooked American composers of choral music

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Which Side Are You On? 20th Century American History in 100 Protest Songs
Which Side Are You On? 20th Century American History in 100 Protest Songs Which Side Are You On? 20th Century American History in 100 Protest Songs
James Sullivan - Oxford University Press

When he emerged from the nightclubs of Greenwich Village, Bob Dylan was often identified as a "protest" singer. As early as 1962, however, Dylan was already protesting the label: "I don't write no protest

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