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  • The geography of music. Special issue
  • A. reviews the publications, conferences, and conference paper sessions over the last three decades dealing with the geography of music. Most of the research has centered on American folk and popular music. Certain areas of music geography have been
  • almost ignored : geographic mapping of music styles, the geography of ethnic music, religious and martial music, and stage and film music. A. concludes with comments on the other articles in issue. - (SLD)
  • The place of music
  • The AA. discuss previous work on music by geographers before tracing themes of universality and particularity through classical and popular musics. They consider issues of economy, society, polity and culture in the universal and national musics
  • of the classical tradition, the modern global popular music industry and alternative popular musics.
  • The geography of zydeco music
  • Southwestern Louisiana is the hearth area for zydeco music, a blend of African-American and African-French traditions. It developed into a distinctive genre when rhythm-and-blues music was grafted onto it. Zydeco as a kind of music has spread
  • Musical work in a university town : the shifting spaces and practices of DJs in Dunedin
  • Creativeness ; Cultural studies ; Music ; New Zealand ; Small town
  • Dunedin : small, remote, musical, creative ? Shaping sounds, creating work : music retail, venues, audiences. Career prospects.
  • Geography of music : inventory and prospect
  • Research on the geographical dimension of music in the USA since the 1960s has resulted in more than 25 articles. Most studies have investigated origins and diffusion of musical styles, especially « rock-and-roll » and « country ». - (DWG)
  • Geography and music: making the connection
  • Music is a powerful source of images and symbolism and has a geographical dimension. Examples provided of analyzing music involving rivers and mountains. - (DWG)
  • Musical words, musical words. Geographic imagery in the music of U2
  • Country music radio and American culture regions
  • Country music ; Culturel ; Etats-Unis ; Folklore ; Loisir ; Régionalisation ; Régression multiple ; Ville
  • AA. examine 10 culture regions, adapted from Zelinsky's The Cultural Geography of the United States (1973), via 162 metropolitan listening areas (for which listenership ratings data exist). They found country music listenership inversely related
  • to population size and median household income. Country music is most popular in the Upland South (where et originated), Great Plains, and Texas/Oklahoma regions. There is a general aversion to such music in the New England and Middle Atlantic regions. - (SLD)
  • Popular music in Singapore: exploring local cultures, global resources, and regional identities
  • The exploration of local influences and global forces in the production of music is focused upon. In analysing the music of Dick Lee, a Singaporean artiste, the A. illustrates how music is an expression of local/national influences. This music
  • The sounds of people and places: a geography of American folk and popular music
  • Twenty-one essays on geographical aspects of musical styles and regional associations of music in the USA and Canada. Some studies focus on place (e.g. Ozarks or Oklahoma); others on type (e.g. blues, jazz, zydeco, bluegrass, rock and roll). - (DWG)
  • Branson: the new Mecca of country music
  • Beginning in the 1970s, a small non-descript village in the Missouri Ozarks has become a major center for country music performances. In 1993, more than five million tourists came there to listen to this music, complementing Nashville, Tennessee 500
  • Variations on a Hebrew theme : the politics of art music in Israel
  • Geography and music. Theme issue
  • Art ; Cultural studies ; Israel ; Music ; Nationalism
  • Music and moral geographies : constructions of nation and identity in Singapore
  • Geography and music. Theme issue
  • Art ; Cultural studies ; Music ; Nationalism ; Singapore
  • The evolution of Taipei’s music industry : cluster and network dynamics in the innovation practices of the music industry
  • Cluster ; Creative industry ; Firm strategy ; Industry ; Innovation ; Music industry ; Network ; Path dependence ; Popular music ; Taipei ; Taiwan
  • This paper explores the spatial and organisational dynamics of innovation activities using Taipei’s music industry as a case study. It illustrates how the cluster and network elements of the music industry are intertwined in innovation practices
  • . It argues that the innovation dynamics of Taipei’s music industry are a hybrid feature of Taipei’s cluster environment and the strategic competencies of music project networks rather than the local cluster effect. In conclusion, a different trajectory
  • for the evolution of Taipei’s music industry is presented. Additionally, this dynamic process between cluster and network makes Taipei a hybrid creative platform that is an active element in the cultivation of the innovative competencies of Taipei’s music producers
  • Western North Carolina : culture hearth of bluegrass music
  • Bluegrass music ; Culturel ; Etats-Unis ; Folklore ; North Carolina
  • Western North Carolina is identified as the cultural hearth (source area) of bluegrass music. There local musicians and bands created the bluegrass sound and a local music infrastructure emerged that supported innovation and established outlets
  • Popular music in a transnational world : the construction of local identities in Singapore
  • The focus is on the exploration of local influences and global forces in the production of music. The A. explores how local resources intersect with global ones in a process of transculturation. Using the example of English songs by a songwriter
  • and artiste whose works are part of the popular music industry mainstream, and that of Mandarin songs of the genre xinyao, the A. shows that, despite increasing globalising forces, music is still an expression of local/national influences.
  • Music in the fields : constructing narratives of the late 19th century Hawaiian plantation cultural landscape
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Discourse ; Hawaii ; Music ; Plantation
  • The paper is theoretically underpinned by discourses on the contested nature intrinsic to cultural landscapes. Music is used as a means of exploring socio-cultural contexts. It studies the limited set of published lyrics of hole bushi, the music
  • The emergence of a post-industrial music economy ? Music and ICT synergies in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Agglomeration ; Competitiveness ; Cultural economy ; Economic sector ; Industrial branch ; Innovation ; Marketing channel ; Music ; Stockholm ; Sweden ; Technology
  • Tales from the thousand lakes : placing the creative network of metal music in Finland
  • Centrality ; Cluster ; Connectivity ; Creative industry ; Finland ; Helsinki ; Industry ; Music ; Network ; Spatial concentration
  • This study focuses on the creative individuals of a distinct music genre: namely, the bands and artists of the Finnish metal music genre. It shows that they tend to cluster in the largest cities. There are, however, some exceptions—very small
  • municipalities (in terms of population) with a fair number of metal bands. Still, the capital Helsinki is the most prominent cluster of metal music in Finland. A further social network analysis reveals that the metal music cluster of Helsinki has a network
  • Value creation in scene-based music production : the case of electronic club music in Germany
  • Berlin ; Creative economy ; Germany ; Music industry ; Popular music ; Third sector ; Urban economy ; Value chain