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Perspectives on Ideology, Identity, and Musical Style demonstrates how different musical styles construct ideas of class, sexuality, and ethnic identity. This book will serve as a model for musicologists who want to take a postmodern approach to their inquiries. The clear and lively arguments are supported by ninety musical examples taken from such diverse sources as opera, symphonic music, jazz, and nineteenth- and twentieth-century popular songs. Derek Scott offers new insights on a range of "high" and "low" musical styles, and the cultures that produced them.
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Derek Scott (25 December 1921 – 27 May 2006) was a British film, television and stage musical director, film and television composer and musician.
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