MUSICAL REVOLUTIONS: How the Sounds of the Western World Changed
In telling the exciting story of Western music's evolution, Isacoff explains how music became entangled in politics, culture, and economics, giving rise to new eruptions at every turn, from the early church's attempts to bind its followers by teaching them to sing in unison, to the global spread of American jazz through the Black platoons of the First World War. Photos.
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