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Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay : The dodgy business of popular music
The best way was to persuade top ballad singers to feature them in their concerts. To persuade them they were bribed — from the very beginning, that was the nature of the music business. No song was played till someone was paid Published September 10, By skrufff.
Sheet music could last years before it became worn down and tattered enough for a family to buy another copy, whereas a record would get played and replayed at such a rate that buying another one was practically inevitable. With bitesize text and audio , it's easier than ever to find the right ideas to transform your life.
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Upgrade to Premium. What is Blinkist? Start free trial. Synopsis Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay takes its title from a late nineteenth-century vaudeville song and explores how the music industry has evolved and adapted to various changes and inventions that have continuously revolutionized what we listen to and how we listen to it. Key idea 1 of The modern music business took its first steps with the invention of copyright law and the record player.
Key ideas in this title The modern music business took its first steps with the invention of copyright law and the record player. Irving Berlin revolutionized popular music by changing its beat. Due to their outsider status, Jewish and black artists thrived in the music business.
The advent of radio initially scared the music industry, but its potential soon became apparent. Following Prohibition, the music industry grew as bars, clubs and Hollywood all generated new revenue streams.
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Following World War II, music became more international, focusing on rock bands and full-length records. Two festivals in offered important lessons about live music.
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Over the years, many musical subcultures reached mainstream popularity, although they were often associated with drugs. Sharing music files over the internet required the music industry to develop a new business model.