SOURCE: Nursing Clio
“Keepers of the Light”: A Musical History of the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus
by Bridget Keown
Music forms a critical part of every documented human culture, providing a functional and emotional form of communication.
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Jonathan Rosenberg, a professor of history at Hunter College, has a new book that examines this phenomenon. It's called Dangerous Melodies: Classical Music in America from The Great War through the Cold War.
DJ Alan Freed: The Inventor of Rock and Roll
by Bruce Chadwick
Rock and Roll Man is a treasure house of entertainment history and the payola scandal.
SOURCE: Oxford University Press Blog
Music in history: overcoming historians’ reluctance to tackle music as a source
by Matt Karush
What explains historians' aversion to using music as a source?
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