Tin Pan Alley What is it?
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Tin Pan Alley
What is it?
Popular music publishing center of the world from around ___________ to the _____________.
Located in ____________.
Legal concept that gives the ____________ of an original work exclusive rights to it (usually for a limited period of time)
Concept begins in __________ century
Berne Convention (______)-as soon as an _________
work is written
, that work is ___________ (wasn’t signed until ________)
Could have been a ____________
No “____________” enforcement of copyrights until after he died
1890’s Music Industry
Controlled by the major _____________.
Major _____________ located
in cities across country
Made their $ through “_______________” music
Smaller firms had the “____________” stuff
These smaller forms centered in…_______________.
After the American Civil War, over ____________ new ____________ a year were sold
By 1887, over 500,000 youths were studying ____________.
, the demand for ___________ _____________ grew rapidly and more and more publishers began to enter the ________________
Song composers were hired under ___________ giving the publisher exclusive ________ to popular composer's works
______ was becoming more of an ____________ than an art
Once a song was published, _________ ____________ were hired and performers were persuaded to play the new songs in their __________ to give the music exposure to the public.
Song Plugger: performers who worked in ________ __________
playing the latest releases
, similar to playing new CD releases in a record store today
By the end of the century, a
number of the more important
_ had offices on 28
street between 5
Avenue and Broadway.
This street (28
) became known as “______ _______ _________”
History Behind the Name
A newspaper writer named __________ ____________ who while staying in New York, described the sound of the many _________ being pounded in publisher's
He characterized this as sounding as though hundreds of people were pounding on _______ ___________.
A single _______ could now sell 1,000,000+ copies
Sheet music sold between ____-____ cents
Publishers started hire ____________ daily to turn out new songs
Birth of the “___________ ____________”
Publishing industry of _________
30,000,000 copies of _________ __________ sold annually
Beyond Minstrel Shows
End of the 19
Public interest moves from the minstrel show to _____________
A series of performances on the stage:
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