To Listen Or Not To Listen: A Pop-Music Question

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November 23, 2014







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Hamerlinck's poor choice in music causes the 1990's audience to have difficulty relating to the point he was trying to make. Hamerlinck reveals that from the beginning of music there has been an old folk genre known as the "murder ballad," which tells stories of men killing women because they have "done them wrong" (241)...
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In many of the songs in this genre, the music misrepresents the homicidal lyrics (241). How can this music genre misrepresent homicidal lyrics when it is obvious to the reader that these grouping of words are intended to express hatred toward women, enough to kill them! Hamerlinck supports his article with random songs that have to do with violence and love, in hopes of proving that music has an impact on it's listeners...
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