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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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  • Wagner, Naphtali (2001), "Tonal oscillation in the Beatles songs." 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, 87-96. [Abstract]
  • Wagner, Naphtali (2002), "Tonal family ressemblance in Revolver." In: Russell Reising (ed.), Every sound there is. The Beatles' Revolver and the transformation of rock and roll. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, 109-120.
  • Wagner, Naphtali (2008), "The Beatles' psycheclassical synthesis. Psychedelic classicism and classical psychedelia in Sgt. Pepper." In: Julien, Oliver (ed.), Sgt. Pepper and the Beatles. It was forty years ago today. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, 75-90.
  • Wald, Elijah (2009), How the Beatles destroyed rock'n'roll. An alternative history of American popular music. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Warwick, Jacqueline (2001), "You're Going To Lose That Girl. The Beatles and the girl groups." 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, 161-167. [Abstract]
  • Warwick, Jacqueline (2002), "I'm Eleanor Rigby. Female identity and Revolver." In: Russell Reising (ed.), Every sound there is. The Beatles' Revolver and the transformation of rock and roll. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, 58-68.
  • Weinstein, Deena (1991), "The sociology of rock: an undisciplined discipline. The new music and the new scene. Review article." In: Theory, Culture and Society, 1991, 8, 4, 97-101.
  • Wells, Alan (1986), "Women in popular music. Changing fortunes from 1955 to 1984." In: Popular Music and Society, 1986, 10, 4, 73-85.
  • Wenner, Jann S. (1980), Lennon remembers. The Rolling Stone interviews (1970). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.
  • West, Alan, and Colin Martindale (1996), "Creative trends in the content of Beatles lyrics." In: Popular Music and Society, 1996 (Winter), 20, 4, 103-125.
  • Westover, Kenneth D. (1999), The Beatles US LPs. Where they came from and how they charted. Boulder, Colorado: Cliff Canyon, 1999.
  • Whissell, Cynthia (1996), "Traditional and emotional stylometric analysis of the songs of Beatles Paul McCartney and John Lennon." In: Computers and the Humanities, 1996, 30, 3, 257-265. [Abstract]
  • White, Armond (1987), "You Say You Want A Revolution." In: Film Comment, 1987, 23, 4 (August), 72-75.
  • Whiteley, Sheila (1992), The space between the notes. Rock and the counter-culture. London: Routledge, 1992.
  • Whiteley, Sheila (2001), "No fixed agenda. The position of the Beatles within popular / rock music." 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, 3-13. [Abstract]
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