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  5. <title>Soundscapes</title>
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  7. <description>Online Journal on Media Culture (ISSN 1567-7745)</description>
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  9. <pubDate>Wed, 22 Jan 2020 00:00:01 GMT</pubDate>
  10. <managingEditor>[email protected] (Ger Tillekens)</managingEditor>
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  12. <title>Soundscapes</title>
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  20. <title>To teach the world ... Coca Cola&#x0027;s use of pop music for its commercials</title>
  21. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME22/To_teach_the_world.shtml</link>
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  23. <description>In 1971 the New Seekers reached the U.S. Top Ten with their song &#x0022;I&#x0027;d Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony),&#x0022; a call for a peaceful loving world and at the same time a commercial for soft drink Cocal Cola. The song not only had a lengthy title, but also a longer history. It all started, Hans Knot tells us, in 1964 ...</description>
  24. <pubDate>Wed, 8 Jan 2020 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  27. <title>Changing times, or how I used to see photography and how I see it today. Op-ed</title>
  28. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/EDITORIAL/oped2201.shtml</link>
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  30. <description>Photojournalism nowadays has shaken loose from one of its most important pillars: reliability. Still, Hans Durrer posits, photography can help us to reflect about reality by taking some distance from it.</description>
  31. <pubDate>Fri, 4 Jan 2020 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  34. <title>Het ultimatum van de platenindustrie. De strijd tussen radio en grammofoonplaat in het Duitsland van 1931</title>
  35. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME22/Ultimatum_platenindustrie.shtml</link>
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  37. <description>Met de opkomst van nieuwe technologie&#x00EB;n verandert ook het medialandschap. De vertegenwoordigers van oude en nieuwe media raken vaak in conflict. Dat gold bij de opkomst van de radio, nu honderd jaar geleden, ook voor het Europese continent. Hans Knot geeft hier het voorbeeld van het ultimatum dat de grammofoonplatenindustrie in het Duitsland van 1931 stelde aan de radiostations.</description>
  38. <pubDate>Sun, 11 Aug 2019 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  41. <title>The magnificent flat-seventh. The remarkable rise of the flat-seventh chord in late 1950s&#x0027; and early 1960s&#x0027; popular music</title>
  42. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME22/Magnificent_flat-seventh.shtml</link>
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  44. <description>Nowadays the flat-seventh is a fully accepted member of the family of chords that populate the inlands of popular music. That has been quite different in the past. The chord&#x0027;s rise to acceptance coincides and therefore is often conflated with the successes of the Beatles. Here D. Pinter goes back in time, looking for the flat-seventh in the popular songs of the decade before the Beatles&#x0027; hits topped the charts.</description>
  45. <pubDate>Wed, 22 May 2019 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  48. <title>Maats Pop Studio. Het einde van het managementsbureau van Herman Stok en Kees van Maasdam</title>
  49. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME21/Maats_Pop_Studio.shtml</link>
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  51. <description>Mediatraining zouden we het nu noemen, en wel voor jonge popsterren en popsterretjes &#x2014; dat is wat Herman Stok en Kees van Dam voor ogen hadden met het bureau dat ze in 1965 oprichtten. Ze hielden het, ondanks alle inzet en ondanks hun lange ervaring met het werkveld, krap een jaar vol. Hans Knot signaleert een stukje radio- en popgeschiedenis.</description>
  52. <pubDate>Sat, 18 Jan 2019 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  55. <title>On storytelling. Op-ed</title>
  56. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/EDITORIAL/oped2101.shtml</link>
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  58. <description>There is more to journalism than the art of story-telling, Hans Durrer argues. Far more, looking for the truth, for instance.</description>
  59. <pubDate>Tue, 20 Jan 2019 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  62. <title>The embarrassment of abundance. Unity and fragmentation on the Beatles&#x0027; &#x0022;White Album&#x0022;</title>
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  65. <description>In 1968, now fifty years ago, the Beatles released their most fragmented album: an exceedingly diverse collection of songs packed on two disks that because of its blank cover became known as the &#x0022;White Album.&#x0022; While transcending the specifics of its context the album, Francesco Brusco argues, reflects the seismic cultural and political events of its year of birth - and that&#x0027;s what gives it its unity. Through parody, hyperbole and bitter irony, it takes the musical minutes of the socio-cultural trials and tribulations of that social tipping point in our recent history.</description>
  66. <pubDate>Sat, 1 Dec 2018 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  69. <title>De korte geschiedenis van de Vrije Omroep. Over de omroep van de Boerenpartij die er nooit kwam</title>
  70. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME21/Boerenpartij.shtml</link>
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  72. <description>Het duurde allemaal niet lang, maar even leek het in 1968 toch bewaarheid te worden: een omroep die verbonden was aan de Boerenpartij van Hendrik Koekoek. Het plan struikelde over een conflict tussen Koekoek en Hetty Bennink, die eerder als omroepster betrokken was bij de uitzendingen van TV Noordzee vanaf het REM-eiland. Hans Knot vertelt er hier meer over.</description>
  73. <pubDate>Wed, 8 Aug 2018 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  76. <title>&#x0022;Their production will be second to none.&#x0022; The recording studio and its aesthetics on &#x0022;Sgt. Pepper&#x0027;s Lonely Hearts Club Band&#x0022;</title>
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  79. <description>Last June the Beatles&#x0027; eighth album &#x0022;Sgt. Pepper&#x0027;s Lonely Hearts Club Band&#x0022; celebrated its 50 years. The success of the album marked the rise of the recording studio as an important instrument for the production of popular music as well as a recognition of the role of the producer. Discussing both &#x0022;Abbey Road&#x0022; and George Martin, Francesco Brusco here highlights the influence of the recording studio and its aesthetics.</description>
  80. <pubDate>Wed, 30 May 2018 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  83. <title>De VPRO en de &#x0022;piraten.&#x0022; Hoe Radio Sirene even meeliep met VPRO Vrijdag</title>
  84. <link>http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/VOLUME21/VPRO_en_de_piraten.shtml</link>
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  86. <description>Het duurde niet echt lang, maar eventjes toch was de piratenzender Radio Sirene van de Amsterdamse kraakbeweging in 1971 landelijk te horen via het programma VPRO Vrijdag. Hans Knot vertelt er hier iets meer over.</description>
  87. <pubDate>Sun, 1 Apr 2018 12:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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