List Of Scientific Publications Between 2000 – 2014 That Are Related To Progressive Rock PDF Print E-mail
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This is a ist with scientific publications between 2000 and 2014 that explore the progressive rock genre as a main subject or they use the specific music genre in their arguments to research other music subjects. The list does not include self financed or fun funded publications, it is just a recording of how the world of science uses progressive rock in the academic research.

 

AUTHOR

TITLE

SOURCE

YEAR

TYPE OF PUBLICATION

Lundberg, M.

Motivic cohesion and parsimony in three songs from Gentle Giant's Acquiring the Taste (1971)

Popular Music, 33 (2), pp. 269-292

2014

Review

Donnelly, K.J.

Visualizing live albums: Progressive rock and the British concert film in the 1970s

The Music Documentary: Acid Rock to Electropop, pp. 171-182

2013

Book Chapter

Hill, S.

Ending it all: Genesis and Revelation

Popular Music, 32 (2), pp. 197-221

2013

Article

Dowd, T.J.

Music travels: The transnational circulation of Italian progressive rock at small-scale music festivals, 1994-2012

Polis (Italy), 27 (1), pp. 125-156

2013

Article

Ahlkvist, J.A.

What makes rock music "prog"? Fan evaluation and the struggle to define progressive rock

Popular Music and Society, 34 (5), pp. 639-660

2011

Review

Gelbart, M.

A cohesive shambles: The clash's 'London calling' and the normalization of punk

Music and Letters, 92 (2), pp. 230-272

2011

Article

Anderton, C.

A many-headed beast: Progressive rock as European meta-genre

Popular Music, 29 (3), pp. 417-435

2010

Review

McDonald, C.J.

Rush, rock music, and the middle class: Dreaming in Middletown

Rush, Rock Music, and the Middle Class: Dreaming in Middletown, pp. 1-255

2009

Book

Keister, J., Smith, J.L.

Musical ambition, cultural accreditation and the nasty side of progressive rock

Popular Music, 27 (3), pp. 433-455

2008

Review

McDonald, C.

Open secrets: Individualism and middle-class identity in the songs of rush

Popular Music and Society, 31 (3), pp. 313-328

2008

Article

Kawamoto, A.

'Can you still keep your balance?': Keith Emerson's anxiety of influence, style change, and the road to prog superstardom

Popular Music, 24 (2), pp. 223-244

2005

Review

Nicholls, D.

Virtual opera, or opera between the ears

Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 129 (1), pp. 100-142

2004

Review

Ferris, K.O.

Transmitting ideals: Constructing self and moral discourse on loveline

Symbolic Interaction, 27 (2), pp. 247-266

2004

Review

Spicer, M.

(Ac)cumulative form in pop-rock music

Twentieth-Century Music, 1 (1), pp. 29-64

2004

Article

Horwitz, S.

Rand, rush, and de-totalizing the utopianism of progressive rock

Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, 5 (1), pp. 161-172

2003

Conference Paper

Palmer, J.R.

Yes, 'Awaken', and the progressive rock style

Popular Music, 20 (2), pp. 243-261

2001

Review

Atton, C.

'Living in the Past'?: Value discourses in progressive rock fanzines

Popular Music, 20 (1), pp. 29-46

2001

Review

Ahlkvist, J.A.

Sound and vision: Using progressive rock to teach social theory

Teaching Sociology, 29 (4), pp. 471-482

2001

Article

Covach, J.

Echolyn and American progressive rock

Contemporary Music Review, 18 (4), pp. 13-61

2000

Article

Spicer, M.S.

A review of Rocking the classics: English progressive rock and the counterculture, by Edward Macan

Contemporary Music Review, 18 (4), pp. 149-158

2000

Review

Harbison, J.

Facing rock reality (1988)

Contemporary Music Review, 18 (4), pp. 5-11

2000

Article

Research by: Billy Yfantis
Sources: Databases of Scientific Publications

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