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Preview this item Preview this item. Series: New perspectives in music history and criticism. It also argues that current skeptical attitudes toward music analysis in popular music studies are misplaced and need to be reconsidered if cultural studies are to treat seriously the social force of rap music, popular musics, and music in general.
Drawing extensively on recent scholarship in popular music studies, cultural theory, communications, critical theory, and musicology, Krims redefines 'music theory' as meaning simply 'theory about music', in which musical poetics the study of how musical sound is deployed may play a crucial role when its claims are contextualized and demystified.
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Whereas popular music scholarship tends to dismiss music analysis as of limited value, Krims argues that it can be crucial to cultural theory. It brings together perspectives from music theory, musicology, cultural studies, critical theory, and communications. Reviews Editorial reviews. Publisher Synopsis " User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
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