popular music


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to popular music: pop music
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for popular music

References in periodicals archive ?
Artists such as Gilberto Gil, Milton Nascimento, and Caetano Veloso performed popular music that embraced radical political and social transformations.
Holm-Hudson links Banks' approach to composition to his identity as a pianist, drawing a sharp distinction with the centrality of guitarist-singer-songwriters who dominated much early-1970s popular music.
The investigators noted that frequent exposure of young people to brand name references in popular music may constitute a form of advertising and could contribute to the early initiation and maintenance of substance use among adolescents.
Urbanization in the 19th century, in Scott's view, was vital to the development of popular music by creating the possibility of professionalization and transforming the relationship between musical creators and audiences.
The idea is the brainchild of Dr Mike Brocken, senior lecturer in popular music at Liverpool Hope University.
Mike Brocken, course leader and senior lecturer In popular music at Liverpool Hope University, said: "There have been over 8,000 books about The Beatles but there has never been serious academic study and that Is what we are going to address.
Course leader is Mike Brocken, senior lecturer in popular music at Liverpool Hope University.
The bachelor of music degree in popular music performance required building an entirely new curriculum and is the first university program to not use the terms "contemporary music" or "American vernacular" to describe popular music.
Popular Music is created by Experience Music Project in partnership with the University of Washington.
Call Me The Seeker: Listening to Religion in Popular Music.
Yellowface: Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music and Performance, 1850s-1920s by Krystyn R.
Written by popular music and culture expert David Walley, who has documented the evolution of rock and roll since the late sixties, Teenage Nervous Breakdown: Music and Politics in the Post-Elvis Age is a close scrutiny of how rock and the rock lifestyle have been commercialized and merchandized, first to a teenage audience, and now to a worldwide consumer society.
Hello, Hello Brazil: Popular Music in the Making of Modern Brazil, by Bryan McCann.
The Library's Indonesian Collection recently received a major donation of Indonesian popular music from the Sydney poet, writer and collector, Ian Campbell.
Likewise, Kofi Agawu has noted that the diversities of the forms of popular music and "the absence of widely accepted names for its genres have delayed the emergence of reliable taxonomies" (2003:122).
Full browser ?