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Der "Yeah"-Refrain: Zur Wirkung einer großen Sekunde auf die Jugendkultur der 1960er Jahre

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  • Hutter, Michael
  • Krönig, Franz Kasper
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    Die Studie konzentriert sich auf die vermutete Wirkung einer einzigen musikalischen Besonderheit, nämlich die des Refrain des Songs She Loves You, produziert von den Beatles im Jahr 1963. Mit musikanalytischen Mitteln wird die spezifische Materialität einer Sekundreibung in dieser Klangform nachgewiesen. In einem zweiten Schritt wird argumentiert, dass derartige Reibungen in den 1960er Jahren auf vielfältige, kommerziell herstellbare Kommunikationsformen übertragen wurden, in Konsumausgaben umgesetzt wurden und so die Ausdifferenzierung einer eigenständigen, global auftretenden Jugendkultur ermöglichten.

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    Paper provided by Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) in its series Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Cultural Sources of Newness with number SP III 2011-401.

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    Date of creation: 2011
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:wzbnew:spiii2011401
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