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by Robert Lawson-Peebles

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Robert Lawson-Peebles
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978-0859894050
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0859894053
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University of Exeter Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1996)
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Most books on the American musical are little more than exercises in nostalgia. Robert Lawson-Peebles is Senior Lecturer in the School of English and American Studies, University of Exeter.

Most books on the American musical are little more than exercises in nostalgia. The specially commissioned essays that make up Approaches to the American Musical take a different view of the form.

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Dr Robert Lawson-Peebles held posts at the Universities of Oxford, Princeton, Aberdeen and Exeter. American Literature Before 1880," setting American Literature in an international context beginning in the eighth century BC, appeared in 2003. He has also published three books on the cultural history of the American environment, one on the American Musical, and many essays on topics in Transatlantic relations.

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Musical and Cultural Repertoires Social, Economic and Technical Factors Case Studies. 9 21 37 51. Industries and Institutions. Studying Popular Music Culture, makes a very valuable addition to the series. It engages with the soundtracks of modern life from the ambient public spaces we wander into and out of to the many and diverse moments of private, selected musical consumption. INTRODUCTION Definitions and approaches Popular music has been called the soundtrack to our lives: we can hear it on the radio, on our CD player, on the tape in our walkman, piped into shops, and during television adverts and programmes.

Most books on the American musical are little more than exercises in nostalgia. The specially commissioned essays that make up Approaches to the American Musical take a different view of the form. Going beyond the common assertion that musicals are simply escapist, these examinations of American stage and film musicals argue that Porgy and Bess, Top Hat, Kiss Me Kate and All That Jazz were popular precisely because they engaged with such important American issues as ethnicity, commerce and international relations.