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The preservation and repetition of musical sounds through recording technologies has changed the social significance of music for the better"
Thomas Edison's invention of the phonograph in 1887 immortalized the technologically reproduced sound and music and opened new doors for change in the social significance of music. But is this change for the better or for the worst. Many might argue that the invention is of great importance as it is credited to have recorded some of the world's most important speeches and music; it brought music to the masses. The accessibility creates another kind of music culture that will permit the normal person from a lower social group to gain access to 'art' music. The appreciation of music especia…
- Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, the play that became "a black musical"
- The Beatles
- The preservation and repetition of musical sounds through recording technologies has changed the social significance of music for the better"
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