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Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Volumes VIII-XIV Genres: Volume XI Genres: Europe

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Volumes VIII-XIV Genres: Volume XI Genres:... Volume XII (on the Sub-Sahara), Volume XIII (“international”), and Volume XIV (on Asia and Arts Oceania). There has clearly been a re-numbering, so any realistic purchaser will want to know from the publisher whether there are more, and whether 14 is the complete set. This review deals with RR 2018/138 Volume XI alone. All this provides the bibliographical backdrop Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular to what is a remarkable and comprehensively Music of the World: Volumes VIII-XIV helpful and subtle reference work. The very term Genres: Volume XI Genres: Europe “popular music” is fluid and amorphous, and, as Edited by Paolo Prato and David Horn the editors’ introduction says, many “genres” cross geographical and cultural boundaries, and Bloomsbury Academic present us with many forms of hybridization and London and New York cross-fertilization. Terminology will always be a problem, being contestable in itself and xxx 1 899 pp. multilingual too, and so “popular music”, as a ISBN 978 1 5013 2610 3 (print); ISBN 978 1 5013 2612 7 term, takes many forms – as light music, for example, or Jewish popular music, or even Musica (ePub); ISBN 978 1 5013 2613 4 (ePDF) Popular (in Portugal and Romania). Essay style http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Volumes VIII-XIV Genres: Volume XI Genres: Europe

Reference Reviews , Volume 32 (5): 2 – Jun 18, 2018

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Volume XII (on the Sub-Sahara), Volume XIII (“international”), and Volume XIV (on Asia and Arts Oceania). There has clearly been a re-numbering, so any realistic purchaser will want to know from the publisher whether there are more, and whether 14 is the complete set. This review deals with RR 2018/138 Volume XI alone. All this provides the bibliographical backdrop Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular to what is a remarkable and comprehensively Music of the World: Volumes VIII-XIV helpful and subtle reference work. The very term Genres: Volume XI Genres: Europe “popular music” is fluid and amorphous, and, as Edited by Paolo Prato and David Horn the editors’ introduction says, many “genres” cross geographical and cultural boundaries, and Bloomsbury Academic present us with many forms of hybridization and London and New York cross-fertilization. Terminology will always be a problem, being contestable in itself and xxx 1 899 pp. multilingual too, and so “popular music”, as a ISBN 978 1 5013 2610 3 (print); ISBN 978 1 5013 2612 7 term, takes many forms – as light music, for example, or Jewish popular music, or even Musica (ePub); ISBN 978 1 5013 2613 4 (ePDF) Popular (in Portugal and Romania). Essay style

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Reference ReviewsEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 18, 2018

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