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The format of the competition was so effective that the event won immediate popularity.
This success owed a great deal to the symbiotic relationship that came to be created between the Festival and the radio.
1 IASPM05 - ROME Table of Contents Change and Continuity in Italian Mainstream Pop: A study on the Sanremo Festival in the 50s & 60s Roberto Agostini 11 The Piano – Out of the Living-Room, In to the Cybercpace Marko Aho 37 The “Brincos Project” and the meaning of the Spanish beat Celsa Alonso González 43 The Carnivalesque and Capitalism: Contested Visions of British Music Festivals Chris Anderton 57 Squatter Camps and Democracy, Ten Years Later: Rap and Social Change in the New South Africa Christopher Ballantine 69 The Sound of a New Ethnic Identity: Mexican American Music of the 1930s Magdalena L.
Barrera 78 Focus Shift: An Essay On the Overlooked Musical Influences in Québec Popular Chanson of the 1960s Luc Bellemare 88 Rapanui Music through Chilean Eyes: Mapping the Rise of a Peripheral Music Culture in the Heart of the Mainstream Dan Bendrups 101 A Style of Opera Production Inspired by Interactive Content Data Mining Alain Bonardi and Francis Rousseaux 113 Regionality, Class, Political Economy and the Transformation of the Memphis Sound Rob Bowman 118 Down Beat vs.
But, considering that right from the start Sanremo has been one of the most representative showcases of mainstream Italian popular music, studying Sanremo means, in its broadest sense, studying mainstream Italian pop, and the mainstream as genre.(2) In fact, studying Sanremo is most of all an occasion to study mainstream popular music.
Mainstream music is a rather undeveloped field of study in musicology.
Kai Fikentscher 196 Crossroads: Intertextual Strategies And Economic Relations In The Age Of Digital Music Héctor Fouce 203 From Opacity to Transparency: Operación Triunfo and New Trends in Spanish Music Industry Héctor Fouce & Silvia Martínez 210 Cultural Connotations of Popular Music in Cinema: The Spanish Case Teresa Fraile Prieto 220 The Impact Of Compilation And Record Collection On Characterization And Identification In High Fidelity Kate Galloway 231 From Camp to Claws to Radio City Music Hall (Again): Tracking The Travels of The Boy From Oz Liz Giuffre 241 Musical Meaning Making in the Television Commercial Nicolai J. Stage Performance at Earl’s Court, London 1994 Kimi Kärki 368 Voices, Meanings and Identities: Cultural Reflexivity in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the XXVIII Olympiad in Athens Pavlos Kavouras 375 Musical References in Nollywood Style Videos Andrew L. Kaye 402 Negotiating Hip Hop: On the Discursive Articulation of a Genre Culture Mads Krogh 416 Screaming Sopranos and Other Awful Noise: Irritating Voices in Early Radio Broadcasting in Finland Vesa Kurkela 426 Cliff Richard’s Self-Presentation as a Jesus-Figure Anja Löbert 432 Timba and its Meanings.
Celia Cain 133 Breakbeat Science: Cyberpunk Discourse in Drum ‘n’ Bass Chris Christodoulou 141 Music and Violence: A Provisional Typology Martin Cloonan 147 Cultural Synchronization: Hip Hop with Chinese Characteristics?
Shapiro 763 The Voice of Australian Country Music Graeme Smith 803 The Saxophone in Choro: The introduction of the saxophone and the changes in the performance of the choro style of music Rafael Henrique Soares Velloso 813 One With The Fallen Angels: Joni Mitchell Orchestrates a Transition in ‘Court and Spark’ Daniel Sonenberg 820 Techno Circus and Terra-Punk: Sound Systems in Australia Graham St John 831 The Subject of U. Musical Property: Artists, Industry and Works Made For Hire Matthew Stahl 843 Cognitive Poetics in the analysis of Popular Music: A new approach to song lyrics? Steinholt 850 From Star-Ratings to Prizes: The Mediation of Musical Quality John Street 859 The Mediation Of Memory: ‘Grunge’ Remembered And Reconstructed Catherine Strong 871 The Cover Story: Mapping Regional Alliances through Albanian Commercial Musics Jane C.
Sugarman 880 Reading Queerly, Rejecting Normativity Jodie Taylor 893 Clustering the Pop Music Audience: Music and Taste Groups Tom ter Bogt, Quinten Raaijmakers, Wilma Vollebergh, Frits van Wel and Paul Sikkema 904 The Four Dimensions of Popular Music: Mapping the Continental Drift of Pop and Rock Music Preferences Ger Tillekens, Juul Mulder and Tom ter Bogt 917 Johnny Hallyday: Mediated Masculinities Chris Tinker 945 All Cut Up?
Jeroen de Kloet 160 Some Reflexions on Song Theory, Signed Song and Traditional Song Jean N.
De Surmont 168 Rock Culture in Calcutta: Globalization of Cultural Forms and Local Identity Stéphane Dorin 178 In the Turkish Musical Tradition: As a Predicative Metaphor of Voicing Meaning - ‘Yanık’ (Scorched) Ayhan Erol 188 What is Italian in Italo Disco?
Finally, the study of mainstream allows us to tackle the question of identifying the peculiarities of the Italian Canzone.