The Song is Ended: Songwriters and American Music, 1900-50

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"Hyland brings to this work passion for the music, mastery of the literature, and a critical sensibility.... This book will be the first stop for those seeking to understand the colorful lives of modern popular songwriters."--Choice"By the careful selection of colorful, significant or unfamiliar details, and by the deft leavening of familiar material with these details, [Hyland] has made twice-told tales newly fresh and interesting, and allowed us to view his subjects from unexpected angles....anyone who feels the affection and gratitude that Mr. Hyland feels toward his five heroes will find this an appealing and, at its best, illuminating book."--The New York Times Book Review"Engagingly written and comprehensive, this excellent addition to the literature on popular music's golden age reminds us that the melodies linger on."--Publishers Weekly"The essence of ferment and almost liquid facility that issued from these great geniuses...is exhilaratingly alive here."--Chicago Tribune "Hyland brings to this work passion for the music, mastery of the literature, and a critical sensibility.... This book will be the first stop for those seeking to understand the colorful lives of modern popular songwriters."--Choice "By the careful selection of colorful, significant or unfamiliar details, and by the deft leavening of familiar material with these details, [Hyland] has made twice-told tales newly fresh and interesting, and allowed us to view his subjects from unexpected angles....anyone who feels the affection and gratitude that Mr. Hyland feels toward his five heroes will find this an appealing and, at its best, illuminating book."--The New York Times Book Review "Engagingly written and comprehensive, this excellent addition to the literature on popular music's golden age reminds us that the melodies linger on."--Publishers Weekly "The essence of ferment and almost liquid facility that issued from these great geniuses...is exhilaratingly alive here."--Chicago Tribune "Hyland brings to this work passion for the music, mastery of the literature, and a critical sensibility.... This book will be the first stop for those seeking to understand the colorful lives of modern popular songwriters."--Choice "By the careful selection of colorful, significant or unfamiliar details, and by the deft leavening of familiar material with these details, [Hyland] has made twice-told tales newly fresh and interesting, and allowed us to view his subjects from unexpected angles....anyone who feels the affection and gratitude that Mr. Hyland feels toward his five heroes will find this an appealing and, at its best, illuminating book."--The New York Times Book Review "Engagingly written and comprehensive, this excellent addition to the literature on popular music's golden age reminds us that the melodies linger on."--Publishers Weekly "The essence of ferment and almost liquid facility that issued from these great geniuses...is exhilaratingly alive here."--Chicago Tribune "Hyland brings to this work passion for the music, mastery of the literature, and a critical sensibility.... This book will be the first stop for those seeking to understand the colorful lives of modern popular songwriters."--Choice"By the careful selection of colorful, significant or unfamiliar details, and by the deft leavening of familiar material with these details, [Hyland] has made twice-told tales newly fresh and interesting, and allowed us to view his subjects from unexpected angles....anyone who feels the affectionand gratitude that Mr. Hyland feels toward his five heroes will find this an appealing and, at its best, illuminating book."--The New York Times Book Review"Engagingly written and comprehensive, this excellent addition to the literature on popular music's golden age reminds us that the melodies linger on."--Publishers Weekly"The essence of ferment and almost liquid facility that issued from these great geniuses...is exhilaratingly alive here."--Chicago Tribune

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This volume explores American popular song in the first half of the 20th century - the golden era of Broadway musicals composed by Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers and Cole Porter. It serves as a capsule history of the songwriters and music of the period.

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9780735103405: The Song Is Ended: Songwriters and American Music, 1900-1950

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ISBN 10:  0735103402 ISBN 13:  9780735103405
Editorial: Replica Books, 2001
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