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Music and Urban Geography - Adam  Krims

Music and Urban Geography

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Music and Urban Geography is the first book to theorize musical aspects of the tremendous changes that have overtaken major cities in the developed world over the past few decades. Drawing on music theory, musicology, urban geography, and historical materialism, Krims maps changes not only in how music represents cities, but also in how music sounds and is deployed socially in new urban contexts. Taking on venerable musicological debates from entirely new perspectives, Krims argues that the cultural-studies approach now predominant in cultural musicology fails to address contemporary realities of production and consumption; instead, the social effects of space and new patterns of urban production play a shaping role, in which music takes on new forms and functions, with representation playing a significant but not always decisive role. While music scholars increasingly concern themselves with place, Krims theorizes it together with the shaping role of space. Pushing urban geography into new cultural contexts, as well, this book will offer those concerned with the social effects of space new theoretical models. Ranging from Anonymous 4 to Alanis Morissette, from Curacao to Seattle, Music and Urban Geography presents a truly wide-ranging, interdisciplinary, and theoretically ambitious view of both musical and urban change. Adam Krims is Professor of Music Analysis at the University of Nottingham. His previous book, Rap Music and the Poetics of Identity (2000), was a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Book of the Year.

Prefacep. IX
Introduction: Changing Cities and the Music Studies of the Presentp. XIII
Defining the Urban Ethosp. 1
Space, Place, and Popular Music in Curacao and Elsewherep. 27
Mourning the Impossible Libidinal City in Boogie Nightsp. 61
Marxist Music Analysis after Adornop. 89
Music for the Design-Intensive Cityp. 127
Notesp. 163
Bibliographyp. 181
Indexp. 193
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ISBN: 9780415970129
ISBN-10: 0415970121
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 14th February 2007
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 1

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