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Franz Waxman's Rebecca: A Film Score Guide

by David Neumeyer & Nathan Platte

Providing thematic analysis and situating the score for this classic work within the context of the composer’s life and career, Franz Waxman’s Rebecca: A Film Score Guide will be of interest to musicologists...


Giacomo Puccini: A Discography

by Roger Flury

In Giacomo Puccini: A Discography, librarian and music historian Roger Flury brings together information on nearly 10,000 recordings of Giacomo Puccini's music. Flury looks at each of Puccini's operas chronologically...


The Stage's Glory: John Rich (1692-1761)

by Jeremy Barlow, Berta Joncus & Olive Baldwin

John Rich (1692-1761) was a profoundly influential figure of the eighteenth-century London stage. As producer, manager and performer, he transformed the urban entertainment market, creating genres and promotional...


The Daily Ukulele (Songbook): 365 Songs for Better Living

Here We Are Now

by Charles R. Cross

Kurt Cobain was the voice of a generation. Twenty years after his death, why does he still matter?

On April 5, 1994, twenty-seven-year-old Kurt Cobain took his own life. His desperation to kick drugs, his complicated...


Spirit Rising

by Angelique Kidjo & Rachel Wenrick

Grammy Award-winning singer Angélique Kidjo is known for her electrifying voice and fearless advocacy work. In this intimate memoir, she reveals how she escaped Communist Africa to make her dreams a reality,...


Robert Plant

by Paul Rees

Robert Plant is a living legend. The front man of Led Zeppelin, one of the biggest and most influential rock bands of all time, Plant defined the very notion of what it means to be a rock god.

The sheer scale...


The Hippest Trip in America

by Nelson George

"We wish you love, peace . . . and soul!"

When it debuted in October 1971, Soul Train boldly went where no variety show had gone before, showcasing the cultural preferences of young African Americans and the...


The Collected Writings of Franz Liszt: F. Chopin

by Janita R. Hall-Swadley & Jolanta T. Pekacz

This translation is the starting volume of Janita Hall-Swadley's The Collected Writings of Franz Liszt, the very first production of Liszt's entire literary collection in English. In Volume 1, Liszt provides...


Making Beats: The Art of Sample-Based Hip-Hop

by Joseph G. Schloss

First book on hip-hop sampling as a musical process.


Madonna: Like an Icon

by Lucy O'Brien

Material Girl . . . Immaculate sexpot . . . Superstar . . . Mother . . . Kabbalah enthusiast . . . For three decades she has defied categorization. . . . She remains one of our greatest living pop icons.

Here...


Meet the Beatles

by Steven D. Stark

The Beatles have profoundly touched the lives of millions. But have you ever wondered why? Why did they become the most powerful artists in history and one of the twentieth century's major symbols of cultural...


A Fine Romance: Jewish Songwriters, American Songs

by David Lehman

Part of the Jewish Encounter series

In A Fine Romance, David Lehman looks at the formation of the American songbook—the timeless numbers that became jazz standards, iconic love songs, and sound tracks to famous...


The Wagner Compendium: A Guide To Wagner's Life and Music

by Barry Millington

The unrivaled single-volume survey of Wagner's life and work Edited by one of the leading Wagner scholars of modern times, and with contributions from seventeen experts from around the world, The Wagner Compendium...


Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train

by Scotty Moore & James L. Dickerson

When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillips's Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Phillips invited a local guitarist named Scotty Moore to stand in. Scotty listened...


The Organ

by John Stainer

A history of the organ, from its birth as the ancient flute through to its full modern configuration. This is a helpful guide for anybody with an interest in organs or organ playing, with chapters on, construction...


Rhythm and the Blues: A Life in American Music

by Jerry Wexler

Atlantic Records partner and producer, Wexler presided over the evolution of the modern music business and made prodigious contributions through to our cultural history. Wexler has worked with the entire range...


Japanese Music and Musical Instruments

by William P. Malm

This interesting and authoritative book includes essential facts about the various forms of Japanese music and musical instruments and their place in the overall history of Japan. The book has three main orientations:...


The Musical Legacy of Wartime France

by Leslie A. Sprout

For the three forces competing for political authority in France during World War II, music became the site of a cultural battle that reflected the war itself. German occupying authorities promoted German music...


Raising Hell

by Ronin Ro

The year is 1978. Saturday Night Fever is breaking box office records. All over America kids are racing home to watch Dance Fever, Michael Jackson is poised to become the next major pop star, and in Hollis,...