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80S and 90s Different Paths (20th Century Music)

by Malcolm Hayes, Malcolm Hayes

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This is just one volume of a book series covering the history of composers, musicians, songwriters, and dance throughout the decades of the 20th Century. Engaging style because of the way the information is presented in various colored boxes on the page, and there are many photos with interesting information in the captions. ( )
  Warnerp | Aug 1, 2010 |
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Discusses the influence of people and events worldwide in the late twentieth century which led to crossover between musical genres, stadium rock fund-raisers, hip-hop, rap, and the rise of world music.

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