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A unique combination of traditional forms with new processes, furthermore, presents itself in the music of Albert Ayler: "The source of [Ayler's] difference is the coupling of radicality with a regression to the simplest musical forms" (Jost 124). Since country music is fixated more on the song’s narrative, instruments play less of a role. Musicals experienced a significant boom during the late 1920s and early 1930s, many of them with Broadway stars lured westward to Hollywood.

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Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation; Pap/Com edition (April 4, 2013)

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