By Jonathan C. Friedman
By Andrew Dell'Antonio
By Jeremy Hunsinger,Theresa M. Senft
The Social Media Handbook explores how social media are altering disciplinary understandings of the web and our daily lives. as well as person-to-person social networking companies like fb and Twitter, this quantity considers a extensive diversity of networked details providers that help in-depth social interplay, group formation, and collaboration within the net 2.0 era.
Rather than contemplating social media by way of particular applied sciences, the chapters during this ebook have interaction subject matters throughout a variety of study, options, practices, tradition and society, and theories. those broader topics—including group, gender, fandom, incapacity, and journalism—are entryways during which scholars and school can discover methods of brooding about social media and locate new paradigms for research.
Contributors:Axel Bruns, Francesca Coppa, Katie Ellis, Gerard Goggin, Alexander Halavais, Andrew Herman, Jeremy Hunsinger, Angus Johnston, Alice Marwick, Safiya Umoja Noble, Zizi Papacharissi, Toni Sant, Theresa Senft
By the late Schenker Heinrich,William Drabkin
In the 1st 5 "issues" that make up Der Tonwille, Schenker analyzes piano sonatas through Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, in addition to shorter works together with preludes through Bach and diverse classical keyboard items. the quantity additionally comprises the 1st installments of a large-scale research of Beethoven's 5th Symphony which, in universal with a few of the different essays provided right here, is constituted of a close research of the ranking, a remark at the sketches and autograph and comparable textual difficulties, comments on functionality, and a critique of the literature at the symphony. most importantly, the essays during this quantity are the 1st that continuously include the idea that of "Urlinie" through coordinating an explanatory textual content with a "graph of the Urlinie" for every paintings mentioned. It additionally comprises the main broad expression of Schenker's outspoken philosophical, political, and inventive ideals, delivering a big cultural standpoint from which to view his theoretical work.
Under the management of William Drabkin, a workforce of well-regarded musicologists has produced this expert and lucid translation of Schenker's influential writings, a necessary source for English-reading musicologists and song theorists.
By Robert Pascall
By Michael Kassler
By Leta E. Miller,Fredric Lieberman
By Marv Goldberg
More Than phrases Can Say uncovers the mythos and origins of the Ink Spots, from the dramatic tales of discovering the band identify, to the handfuls of people who nonetheless declare to be unique participants of the gang. Goldberg interviews many of the singers, musicians, and arrangers linked to the unique Ink Spots who supply worthwhile first-hand money owed of the group.
The ebook discusses the musical atmosphere of the Ink Spots, together with the ASCAP/BMI struggle, fuel rationing, warfare of the list Speeds, vinyl shortages, and all of the court cases. also, Goldberg has searched tirelessly via Billboard journal and theater studies to get a feeling of the Ink Spots' modern reception. additionally integrated is a bibliography of resources and an entire alphabetical directory of Ink Spots recordings published on Decca or Victor labels.
A attention-grabbing tale packed with excellently researched info and fascinating anecdotes, Goldberg's textual content brings out the "authentic" tale of the Ink Spots, from their origins within the early Thirties during the tumultuous recording international of Forties and Fifties America.
By Timme Rosenkrantz,Fradley Hamilton Garner
By David P. Szatmary
Understand the social and ancient importance of rock-and-roll
Brief, authoritative, and present, Dave Szatmary's Rockin' in Time: A Social background of Rock-and-Roll, 8/e, weaves the key icons of rock-and-roll right into a better social/historical textile. instead of an exhaustive catalog of artists in rock background or a advisor to studying musical notation, the ebook areas rock-and-roll within the context of the social matters that surrounded and formed it. themes comprise the effect on rock tune of such tendencies because the civil rights move, political and monetary shifts, demographical switch and the child growth, the advance of the tune company, and expertise advances.
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