Yankee Twang: Country and Western Music in New England - Music in American Life by Clifford R. Murphy
Yankee Twang combines the rich traditions of rural and western music, which is played and loved in the towns and cities of the mill in the northeastern United States, by…
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Yankee Twang combines the rich traditions of rural and westernmusic, which is played and loved in the towns and cities of the mill in the northeastern United States, by combining scientific visions with the feel of a guitarist. Clifford R.
Murphy's wealth of ethnographic material, interviews and encounters with live music recorded to reveal the central role of the country and the West in the social life and musical activity of New England workers working class. As Murphy shows, the extraordinary multiplicity of cultures developed by a group of ethnic groups in New England created a distinctive Western national musical style.
But the music gave - and gave - a voice to the working class feeling. The Yankeecountry emphasizes the west on the west, reflecting the longing for the legendary cowboy life of individual rugged individuality but fulfilling.
In fact, many New England residents use the country and the West to comment on economic deprivation and express dissatisfaction with the media, government and music establishment in Nashville who believe they do not reflect or understand their life experiences.
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