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Beabliography

Mostly academic writings about the Beatles
by Markus Heuger
 





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  The Beabliography is a bibliography of books and articles, focusing mainly on academic works on the Beatles. By now the database covers over 500 titles, some with links and/or abstracts. Please mail us if you like to add yet another title to this list.
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  • Valdez, Stephen (2002), "Revolver as a pivotal art work. Structure, harmony, and vocal harmonization." In: Russell Reising (ed.), Every sound there is. The Beatles' Revolver and the transformation of rock and roll. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, 89-108.
  • Valdez, Steven (2001), "Vocal harmony as a structural device in the commercial recordings of the Beatles, 1962-1970." In: Yrjö Heinonen, Markus Heuger, Sheila Whiteley, Terhi Nurmesjärvi and Jouni Koskimäki (eds.), Beatlestudies 3. Proceedings of the Beatles 2000 conference. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä (Department of Music, Research Reports 23), 2001, 243-253. [Abstract]
  • Villinger, Alexander (1983), Die Beatles-Songs. Analysen zur Harmonik und Melodik. Freiburg: Hochschulverlag, 1983.
  • Vlachou, Eirini Danai (2010), "'Nothing is Beatleproof!' In what context? (Part 1) — Art and the artist's image as communication." Master thesis. Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg.
  • Vlachou, Eirini Danai (2012), "'Nothing is Beatleproof!' In what context? (part 2) — The socio-political and the media perspectives in the creation of art and the artist's image in communication." Master thesis. Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg.
  • Vlachou, Eirini Danai (2013), "The Beatles paradigm. Transcending a collection of 'ropey', scrappy, multicultural breadcumbs into a whole new semiosphere." In: Deltsou, Eleftheria, and Maria Papadopoulou (eds.), Selected proceedings from the 10th International Conference of the Hellenic Semiotics Society. Volos: University of Thessaly, 2013 398-406.
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