1. Satan, Subliminals, and Suicide: The Formation and Development of an Antirock Discourse in the United States during the 1980s
  2. John Brackett
  3. pp. 271-302
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  1. Worship Capital: On the Political Economy of Evangelical Worship Music
  2. Andrew Mall
  3. pp. 303-326
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  1. National Identity and the Oratorio in Antebellum New Orleans
  2. Warren Kimball
  3. pp. 327-347
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  1. Dean Eckertsen (1928–2007): Into and out of the Spotlight
  2. Myrna Layton
  3. pp. 348-366
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  1. How Blue Can You Get? "It's Tight Like That" and the Hokum Blues
  2. Roberta Freund Schwartz
  3. pp. 367-393
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  1. Just Vibrations: The Purpose of Sounding Good by William Cheng (review)
  2. Everette Scott Smith
  3. pp. 394-397
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  1. Music for the Melodramatic Theatre in Nineteenth-Century London & New York by Michael V. Pisani (review)
  2. Katherine K. Preston
  3. pp. 397-400
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  1. Singing Sedition: Piety and Politics in the Music of William Billings by Charles E. Brewer (review)
  2. Myron Gray
  3. pp. 403-406
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