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Title Remembering popular music's past : memory - heritage - history / edited by Lauren Istvandity, Sarah Baker and Zelmarie Cantillon.
Imprint London, UK ; New York, NY : Anthem Press, 2019.

Subject Popular music -- Historiography.
Popular music -- Exhibitions.
Popular-music archives.
Music museums.
Alt Name Istvandity, Lauren.
Baker, Sarah, 1977-
Cantillon, Zelmarie.
Description 1 online resource
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The precarity of memory, heritage and history in remembering popular music's past / Lauren Istvandity and Zelmarie Cantillon -- Memory. Consuming popular music heritage / Paul Long ; Back in the day : experiencing and retelling the past as a claim to belong in the current northern soul scene / Sarah Raine ; Resilience and change : popular folk songs in a cultural landscape / Ashton Sinamai and John Schofield ; Remembering the independent record shop : the ordinary affects of Leedin Records / Adele Pavlidis ; Mean streets as heritage object : music, nostalgia and the museumification of Martin Scorsese / Amanda Howell -- Heritage. Mark II : re-working the heritage b(r)and / Shane Homan ; The continually precarious state of the musical object / Charles Fairchild ; Showing off : taking popular music research into the museum / Peter Doyle ; Preserving Icelandic popular music heritage : issues of collection, access and representation / Zelmarie Cantillon, Bob Buttigieg and Sarah Baker ; Questioning the future of popular music heritage in the age of platform capitalism / Raphaƫl Nowak -- History. Jim Jarmusch's Mystery train (1989) : representing the Memphis music legacy on film / Adriano Tedde and David Baker -- Phenomenology of the Surf Ballroom's winter dance party : affect and community at a popular music heritage tourism event / Sheryl Davis, Sherry Davis and Zelmarie Cantillon ; Disappearing history : two cases studies on the precarity of music writing / Ian Rogers ; Great albums, greedy collectors and gritty sounds? : a view from snobbish connoisseurs on the canonization and archivalism of Korean pop-rock / Hyunjoon Shin and Keewoong Lee ; Towards a feminist history of popular music : re-examining writing on musicians and domestic violence in the wake of #metoo / Catherine Strong.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO ; viewed June 20, 2019)
Summary 'Remembering Popular Music's Past' focuses on the transformation of popular music into heritage, and the role of history and memory in this process. The book interrogates diverse examples of the way popular music's past is remembered, with particular emphasis on precarity in the construction, curation, display, negotiation, and perception of popular music's past.
ISBN 9781783089710 (electronic bk.)
1783089717 (electronic bk.)
9781783089703 (electronic bk.)
1783089709 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1105145648
Additional Format Print version : 9781783089697.

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