American popular song : the great innovators, 1900-1950 / [by] Alec Wilder. edited and with an introduction by James T. Maher Wilder, Alec

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Wilder, Alec
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Popular music - United States - History and criticism.; United States.; United States of America.
Summary
Surveys the development of popular music in twentieth-century America hightlighting the careers of six outstanding composers.
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Read associated articles: American popular music, Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home, Day In, Day Out, Great American Songbook, Harry Warren, Hoagy Carmichael, Lazybones (song), List of pre-1920 jazz standards, Paul Whiteman, Richard Rodgers, Rockin' Chair (song), Thirty-two-bar form, Too Marvelous for Words, Washboard Blues, When I Lost You
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