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16 Gareth Stedman-Jones, ‘Working-Class Culture and Working-Class Politics in London 1870–1900’, p. 108. 17 Russell, Popular Music in England, 1840–1914. Britpop and the English Music Tradition 16 The first of these was social dancing, centred on a new institution, the ballroom, dance hall or palais de danse. The first purpose-built dance hall in Britain was the Hammersmith Palais in London, opening in 1919. The business was rapidly commercialized by the owners of dance-hall chains such as Mecca, founded by Carl Heimann, a Danish immigrant.
By the 1930s, variety shows provided vocalists Catherine Parsonage, The Evolution of Jazz in Britain, 1880–1935, p. 125. Michael Pickering, Blackface Minstrelsy in Britain. 22 Nott, Music for the People, pp. 237–43. 23 Another feature was the weakening of the link between one song and its exclusive singer. The predominance of American songs meant that no individual British performer could lay claim to an imported composition, while the speed by which radio could disseminate a song nationally considerably shortened the period during which a star act could retain exclusivity.
Britpop and the English Music Tradition 22 However, while the songwriters had made no distinction of genre in their campaign for music composed by Britons (which began in 1947 and lasted for a decade), MacInnes claimed that music hall in particular offered an example of a healthy expression of the experience of life in Britain in contrast to the sentimentality of US-influenced music. It was a touchstone for indigenous music resistant to American imports. 37 Music Hall and British Pop MacInnes was the first of a succession of writers (and sometimes musicians themselves) to discover traces of music-hall-style authenticity in later twentiethcentury British pop.
Britpop and the English Music Tradition by Jon Stratton, Visit Amazon's Andy Bennett Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Andy Bennett,