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"Comprising brief accounts of nearly every aspect of music in the 1930s, this encyclopedic survey covers popular, folk, and classical music; regional, national, and ethnic styles; and composers, performers, producers, and media….[t]his will be a handy supplementary resource for coursework in music and American studies. Recommended. Lower-/upper-division undergraduates; graduate students; general readers."
"[A] comprehensive and extensively researched test which covers every facet of American music during the 1930s. There are few scholarly texts which present the topic in such detail … [The] book not only builds on this scholarship but also allows a more rounded view of the era to coem to light… [A]n extremely useful reference book for the researcher. ^IMusic of the Great Depression^R is an invaluable resource for graduate students and non-specialist academics who wish to April, 1actual awareness of the era."
Journal of American Studies