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Rock Music in Performance

Rock Music in Performance Rock Music in Performance examines an apparent contradiction which is central to the performance of rock music Rock musicians are supposed to be real their music is a reflection either of their essen

  • Title: Rock Music in Performance
  • Author: David Pattie
  • ISBN: 9781281780669
  • Page: 316
  • Format: ebook
  • Rock Music in Performance examines an apparent contradiction which is central to the performance of rock music Rock musicians are supposed to be real their music is a reflection, either of their essential selves, or of the true history of the genre they represent At the same time, musicians have to put on a show, with all the associations that term brings with it ofRock Music in Performance examines an apparent contradiction which is central to the performance of rock music Rock musicians are supposed to be real their music is a reflection, either of their essential selves, or of the true history of the genre they represent At the same time, musicians have to put on a show, with all the associations that term brings with it of theatricality, of commercialized entertainment David Pattie looks at the way in which various performers have dealt with this paradox, from the time that Rock music developed in the late 1960s to the present day He argues that this paradox is in fact central to the way in which Rock music in performance has developed and that it continues to shape the way in which both bands and audiences engage with the live event.

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    1 thought on “Rock Music in Performance

    1. I know how hard it is to write consistently about live rock performances and this is why I am being more critical than usual. The book has a good frame but all together - confusing. The reference system is strange and when you know the original works the author refers to you start to doubt his way of presenting the issue. The examples leap from one to the other which is, of course, hard to avoid when trying to cover about 50 years of live performances, yet it could be done better. It doesn't see [...]

    2. Más enfocado en identificar la autenticidad de los performances en vivo de los rockeros, usando un término interesante: 4Real. Hay bastantes menciones a rockeros y a teóricos del rock, pero para la investigación que estaba llevando a cabo cuando lo leí, no aportó tanto como pudo dar desde una lectura más independiente.Rock musicians and fans need this sense of crisis, bacause it is a powerfully generetive narrative; rock music as a form needs to be under threat – from the industry, from [...]

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