Listening for form in popular music
Listening for form in popular music

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Listening for form in popular music

References

Åhlund, K. (2010) Lyrics to ‘Hang with Me’ as performed by Robyn on Body Talk Pt. 2. Transcribed by B. Dueck from the recording. Stockholm: Konichiwa Records.
Cohen, N. (2000) Long Steel Rail: The Railroad in American Folksong. 2nd edn. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Covach, J. (2005) ‘Form in rock music: a primer’, in Stein, D. (ed.) Engaging Music: Essays in Music Analysis. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 65–76.
Lomax, A. and Lomax, J.A. (1947) Folk Song: U.S.A. New York: Duell, Sloan and Piece.
Rose, B. and Harburg, E.Y. (2004 [1932]) Lyrics to ‘It’s Only a Paper Moon’, The ’30s: Paperback Songs. Music by H. Arlen. (Lyrics revised by B. Dueck to reflect the performance by Nat ‘King’ Cole on The World of Nat King Cole (2004), Nashville, TN: Capitol.) Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard, pp. 138–9.
Spector, P., Greenwich, E., and Barry, J. (1963) Lyrics to ‘Be My Baby’. Lyrics transcribed by B. Dueck from the recording. Philadelphia, PA: Philles Records.
Traditional (1977) Lyrics to ‘Midnight Special’ as performed by Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry on Midnight Special (Remastered). Lyrics transcribed by B. Dueck from the recording. California: Fantasy Records.
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