Rethinking the twentieth century

Botstein, Leon
June 1999
Musical Quarterly;Summer99, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p145
Academic Journal
Analyzes the impact of year 2000 on the music industry. Issues on technological reproduction, the evolution of popular music and the consequences of moving pictures; Influence of the modern age on compositions, performances and the listeners; Connections between modern music and history.


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