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 New,Broadway to Main Street

How Show Tunes Enchanted America

  • Author: Maslon, Laurence

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Contents

  • CONTENTS
  • Acknowledgments
  • INTRODUCTION: HOUSE SEAT
  • Music and the private space of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 1. TURN OVER FOR ACT TWO
  • Content and the context of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 2. THE JEWISH POPULATION OF TENNESSEE
  • Sheet music and the imprimatur of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 3. FACE THE MUSIC (AND DANCE)
  • The gramophone and the voice of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 4. THE MAJESTIC THEATER OF THE AIR
  • Radio and the personality of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 5: THE FARMER AND THE COWMAN SHOULD BE FRIENDS:
  • Albums sets and the narrative of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 6. EVERY HOME'S A FIRST NIGHT
  • The Long-Playing record and the commodity of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 7. SONGS FOR SWINGIN' SHOW FANS
  • Hit singles and the catalogue of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 8. AND MY FAIR LADY IS A TERRIFIC SHOW, THEY SAY
  • The record producer and the blockbuster of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 9. HYMN TO A SUNDAY EVENING
  • Television and the mythology of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 10. A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS
  • Movie stars and the soundtrack of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 11. WAS THERE TOO MUCH OF A CROWD, ALL TOO LUSH AND LOUD?
  • Pop singles and the adult contemporaneity of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 12. LOSING MY TIMING THIS LATE IN MY CAREER
  • The rock scene and the margin road of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 13. YOU NEVER SEEN A SHOW LIKE THIS BEFORE
  • Compact discs and the digitalization of Broadway
  • CHAPTER 14. HISTORY HAS ITS EYES ON YOU
  • The Internet and the mixtape of Broadway
  • Endnotes
  • Bibliography
  • Index