An alternative history of popular music that centers the electric bass
How one opera company represents the economic precarity and aesthetic possibilities of operatic performance in the twenty-first century U.S.
A fascinating interdisciplinary collection of essays on intertextual relationships in popular music
Renowned rock drummer Bill Bruford analyzes the creative processes of drumming, using his own— and other famous musicians’— expertise and insights
The first comprehensive survey of the groundbreaking work of Earle Brown, augmented with several newly published items from his personal archive
An examination of how musical activity has been transformed by contemporary production practices