Tin Pan Alley

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Music and Movies

 

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Ellen T

 

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October 21, 2014

 

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New York became the center of the music world, and at the center of New York was a small area called Tin Pan Alley. Radios initially provided the young century's second uppercut to the music publishing business of Tin Pan Alley. Burton Lane was part of a well-known Cape Town-based duo, who delivered a powerful, emotive and distinctive blend of acoustic rock stated, "Tin Pan Alley was a real alley on East Fourteenth Street near Third (in New York)...
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But it was never just a place, Tin Pan Alley was known for an era of songwriting, when many musical ideas mixed together to form American Popular Music. Tin Pan Alley brought together many styles, blues, jazz, musical scores and ragtime." Tin Pan Alley businesses started in New York in the 1890s. It was a time when popular music publishers acted as salesmen, who didn't sit in their offices waiting for performers to come to them, but went out to the entertainment palaces and badgered not only the singers but also the orchestra leaders, dances, and comedians to use their numbers...
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