By Marcelo Fernandez Bitar
El rock en los angeles Argentina celebra su cumpleaños número 50 y esta es su historia. Autor de un libro mítico e inconseguible de 1987 (reeditado en 1993 y 1997), Marcelo Fernández Bitar agrega información y testimonios recopilados a lo largo de toda su carrera como periodista especializado, para ofrecer l. a. obra definitiva sobre l. a. música más well known de l. a. Argentina, esa que, como cube Adrián Dárgelos en su prólogo, es capaz de pelearle "el lugar en el airplay al estilo que se esté imponiendo".
Aquí están todos los nombres y todos los hechos, año a año. ¡Y todos los discos! Porque, además de ser un relato cronológico impecable e implacable sobre l. a. construcción de esa enormidad multiforma llamada "rock nacional", incluye l. a. discografía completa de estas cinco décadas. Un ejemplar único y enorme, para recordar, para descubrir y para que el rock jamás baje el volumen. Un clásico remasterizado.
"El rock aquí es todo ese sentido que, como felicidad o angustia, transgrede permanentemente un delgado hilo de l. a. realidad argentina, aun a costa de que al crecer luego uno se sienta como un turista marciano."
Luis Alberto Spinetta (de los angeles Introducción a l. a. primera edición, 1986)
"Este libro intenta registrar los angeles historia de las ediciones y apariciones en escena de los músicos y sus discos, lo que compone al rock nacional. Esta titánica tarea es una edición que conmemora 50 años de rock nacional."
Read Online or Download 50 años de rock en Argentina PDF
Best music books
Decoded is a e-book like no different: a set of lyrics and their meanings that jointly inform the tale of a tradition, an artwork shape, a second in heritage, and probably the most provocative and winning artists of our time.
“Hip-hop’s renaissance guy drops a vintage. . . . Heartfelt, passionate and slick. ”— Kirkus, starred evaluate
This is the main concise musical research i've got ever learn. The examples are transparent and with no ambiguity. The logical development of discussing the easy development blocks of Bartok's variety best directly to the advanced points of his writing is ideal. in spite of the fact that, the head success of this booklet is the part that explains the normal development of harmonic buildings from Bach via Bartok that dispells any rumors or theories that twentieth century track is simply a mathematical aberration or a gratuitous build. that will detect why smooth Jazz owes a lot of it's conception to Bartok, learn this booklet.
They have been virtually The Pendletones--after the Pendleton wool shirts preferred on cold nights on the beach--then The Surfers, sooner than being named The seashore Boys. yet what separated them from any other teenage storage band with out musical education? that they had uncooked expertise, patience and a wellspring of creativity that introduced them on a mythical occupation now in its 6th decade.
This quantity investigates the transmission and old reception of historic Greek texts with musical notation. It presents a reconstruction of the dynamics of reception orienting the re-use and re-shaping of musical and poetic culture within the leisure tradition of the post-classical Greek global. The learn makes complete use of literary, papyrological and epigraphic proof, and particularly encompasses a unique philological research of surviving musical papyri and in their courting to the editorial task of Alexandrian scholarship.
- Music Notation in the Twentieth Century: A Practical Guidebook
- A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals , Tenth Edition , 10th Edition
- Dictionnaire de la musique
- The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America
- The Beatles: Fifty Fabulous Years
- Britten's Musical Language (Music in the Twentieth Century)
Additional info for 50 años de rock en Argentina
C. Handy’s old stomping grounds: the Beale Street entertainment district in Memphis. Like Atlanta, Memphis attracted versatile musicians who could please all the different people walking down a city street. Older players like Frank Stokes and Jim Jackson performed a similar range of material to what Willie McTell was playing in Atlanta, and their blues work 37 The Blues included both rural-ﬂavored styles and Handy’s hits. Jackson is not much appreciated today, since his guitar work was relatively rudimentary, but he had one of the biggest hits of the era with 1927’s “Kansas City Blues,” which was imitated by dozens of other singers.
Some bands were known for their sexy blues tempos and sultry blue moans, and some singers specialized in the style, including the Afro-American artists Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Ethel Waters, and the Euro-American artists Marion Harris and Al Bernard. But all of those bands and artists also performed other material, and the only people who were devoting their careers exclusively to blues were a few songwriters. W. C. Handy was the most successful of these, and during the teens he moved from Memphis to New York and formed a publishing company called Pace and Handy, which encouraged other composers to produce blues material.
Blind Lemon Jefferson was exactly the kind of player Morton disparaged, but he drew big crowds on the streets of Dallas’s black neighborhoods, and a local store manager wrote to Paramount Records that customers would be eager to hear him on record. Jefferson’s discs sold spectacularly, not only across the rural South but in the industrial Midwest, and heralded a brief golden age of rural blues recording. Jefferson was about the same age as Bessie Smith, and some ten years younger than Ma Rainey, but he sounded like their country grandfather.