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'Enigmatic territories': geographies of popular music
Hogan, Eileen
Music is by nature geographical. Musical phrases have movement and direction, as though there are places in the music: quiet places and noisy places, places that offer familiarity, nostalgia or a sense of difference, while the dynamism of music reflects changing lives. Sound is a crucial element in the world we construct for ourselves, and the world that others construct and impose on us (Connell and Gibson 2003: p280).
Keyword(s): Music; Music geography; Music and national identity; Music and local identity; Music and migration
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Type: Journal article
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: University College Cork
Citation(s): Hogan, E., (2007) 'Enigmatic Territories': Geographies of Popular Music'. Chimera, (22), pp.162-180.
Publisher(s): Department of Geography, UCC
File Format(s): application/pdf
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