Tin Pan Alley a Chronicle of the American Popular Music Racket

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Music - 376 pages
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1930. A graduate of Harvard, Goldberg has been a magazine and newspaper editor and a lecturer on music and belles-lettres. He is addicted to radio, talkies, musical comedies, puns, toys of every description and head-splitting volumes of esthetics. He was rocked to sleep with the melodies of Gilbert and Sullivan and is generally accepted as the outstanding Savoyard authority. Here he applies his expertise to giving the reader a history of the origin and business of Tin Pan Alley.

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Gershwin is one of the most important American composers of the twentieth century.

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