Barney and Gloria: Revisiting Tin Pan Alley

@article{York2017BarneyAG,
  title={Barney and Gloria: Revisiting Tin Pan Alley},
  author={Elizabeth York},
  journal={Notes},
  year={2017},
  volume={73},
  pages={473 - 501}
}
ABSTRACT: As New York’s Tin Pan Alley era recedes into the past, scholars have the opportunity to reevaluate the primarily hit-driven narrative of twentieth-century popular music history. Revisiting the colorful careers of its inhabitants reveals the complex economy in which they worked, the power of great corporations and licensing bodies, and the indefatigable spirit required to persist in the music industry for decades. This is the story of two of these inhabitants, Barney Young and Gloria… 
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