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Forms of intertextuality: Keith Emerson's development as a "crossover" musician

@inproceedings{Kawamoto2006FormsOI,
  title={Forms of intertextuality: Keith Emerson's development as a "crossover" musician},
  author={Akitsugu Kawamoto},
  year={2006}
}
AKITSUGU KAWAMOTO: Forms of Intertextuality: Keith Emerson’s Development as a “Crossover” Musician (Under the direction of John Covach) Despite the broad range of attempts to mix “rock” and “classical” music by “progressive (“prog”) rock” musicians from the late 1960s, many writers on prog rock have interpreted the music in a relatively monolithic manner; they often have interpreted the resulting intertextuality simplistically as an elitist experiment that opposes rock’s populist origin. This… Expand
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