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The Guitar in America: Victorian Era to Jazz Age (American Made Music Series) Hardcover – December 13, 2007
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From parlor instrument to jazz electric, this study of musical evolution in America's progressive era
---Documents a movement in America's musical history that has been neglected
---Introduces important primary sources to scholars and a wealth of music to guitarists
---Provides new insight into how America's musical culture grew from conflicts and competitions between business and art, popular and elite tastes, and native and immigrant populations
---Offers research described by Tim Brookes as "the definitive work on the bizarre history of the guitar and the BMG movement"
---Expands the American Made Music Series
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From parlor instrument to jazz electric, a study of musical evolution in America’s progressive era
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Once again, Jack Chekijian uses his professional expertise to keep the narrative from becoming boring, yet pacing the work so as to allow ease of note-taking.
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