Greek Music in America

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  • Hardcover
  • 464 pages
  • Greek Music in America
  • Barnes & Noble Citiplace
  • 08 October 2019
  • 1496819705

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Greek Music in America Contributions By Tina Bucuvalas, Anna Caraveli, Aydin Chaloupka, Sotirios Sam Chianis, Frank Desby, Stavros K Frangos, Stathis Gauntlett, Joseph G Graziosi, Gail Holst Warhaft, Michael G Kaloyanides, Panayotis League, Roderick Conway Morris, National Endowment For The Arts National Heritage Fellows, Nick Pappas, Meletios Pouliopoulos, Anthony Shay, David Soffa, Dick Spottswood, Jim Stoynoff, And Anna Lomax WoodDespite A Substantial Artistic Legacy, There Has Never Been A Book Devoted To Greek Music In America Until Now Those Seeking To Learn About This Vibrant And Exciting Music Were Forced To Seek Out Individual Essays, Often Published In Obscure Or Ephemeral Sources This Volume Provides A Singular Platform For Understanding The Scope, Practice, And Development Of Greek Music In America Through Essays And Profiles Written By Principal Scholars In The Field.Greece Developed A Rich Variety Of Traditional, Popular, And Art Music That Diasporic Greeks Brought With Them To America In Greek American Communities, Music Was And Continues To Be An Essential Component Of Most Social Activities Music Links The Past To The Present, The Distant To The Near, And Bonds The Community With An Embrace Of Memories And Narrative From 1896 To 1942, Than A Thousand Greek Recordings In Many Genres Were Made In The United States, And Thousands Have Appeared Since Then These Encompass Not Only Greek Traditional Music From All Regions, But Also Emerging Urban Genres, Stylistic Changes, And New Songs Of Social Commentary Greek Music In America Includes Essays On All Of These Topics As Well As History And Genre, Places And Venues, The Recording Business, And Profiles Of Individual Musicians This Book Is Required Reading For Anyone Who Cares About Greek Music In America, Whether Scholar, Fan, Or Performer.

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