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26 De band tussen de Beatles en Rob Out. Van zondag 14 tot zaterdag 20 maart 1965, namen de Beatles in het Oostenrijkse plaatsje Obertauern een aantal scenes op voor hun tweede speelfilm, Help! Bij een deel van die Oostenrijkse sessies was een bijzondere gast aanwezig: de Nederlandse deejay Rob Out. Hans Knot legt hier uit hoe Out bij die filmopnames belandde.
27 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series. In 1989 the American musicologist Alan W. Pollack started to analyze the songs of the Beatles. He published his first results on internet. In 1991 — after he had finished the work on 28 songs — he bravely decided to do the whole lot of them. About ten years later, in 2000 he completed the analysis of the official Beatles' canon, consisting of 187 songs and 25 covers. Here we have ordered this massive work in five categories. And, for your convenience, we've added some indices as well as a short introduction.
28 The rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles: References. Tuomas Eerola discusses the rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles. Here you'll find the final chapter of his essay, presenting the references.
29 Semantic shifts in Beatles' chord progressions. The Beatles' chord transitions, Ger Tillekens (1998) argued, reflect their lyrics by referring to changing contexts of conversation. However, can and do listeners actually perceive chord transitions that way? Using an experimental design, Juul Mulder tried to answer this question. Here we reprint the results.
30 Boys will be Girl Group, or the Johnettes. Between 1958 and 1965 the sound of Girl Groups reigned high in the US Top Ten. Though the songs of these groups appear quite simple to the ear, the music and lyrics contain subtle and suprising innovations. Next to the rhythm and blues and the rock 'n' roll — Greg Panfile shows — this style of popular music exerted an important influence on the music of the Beatles and their fellow musicians of the British beat explosion.
31 The official Beatles' canon. A list of all 212 Beatles' songs and covers officially released on record between 1962 and 1970
32 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on the cover songs on the "Please Please Me" album. No. 35 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
33 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on the cover songs on the "Long Tall Sally" EP. No. 48 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
34 De Beatles in Nederland. Het korte en enige optreden dat de Beatles ooit in Nederland verzorgden, ligt nu bijna een halve eeuw achter ons. De Beatlemania, die het land toen overspoelde, staat nog steeds symbool voor het begin van de roerige jaren zestig. Een goede aanleiding dus voor een boek waarin dat gebeuren nog eens uitgebreid wordt beschreven. Jan-Cees Brugge, Henk van Gelder, Lucas Ligtenberg en Piet Schreuders waagden zich eraan. Hans Knot bespreekt hier het resultaat.
35 The rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles: 1. Introduction. Tuomas Eerola discusses the rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles. Here you'll find the first chapter of his essay, introducing the main concepts.
36 Alan W. Pollak's Introduction to Notes on John's "Triple Crown": "Strawberry Fields Forever", "A Day in the Life", and "I Am the Walrus". No. 23.1 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
37 The twelve recording projects of the Beatles. A list of all 187 Beatles' songs and 25 covers officially released on record between 1962 and 1970
38 West meets East. In 1965 Indian music and rock music met as the sitar made its entrance in some very popular rock songs. The first appearance of the sitar in a rock song seems to be the recording of the Yardbirds, Heart Full Of Soul, although the version with the sitar would not see release for another nineteen years. The song became a major hit with Jeff Beck doing an expert imitation on an ordinary guitar. The Kinks and the Beatles were soon to follow.
39 De muziek van de Beatles. Het volledige script van het gelijknamige radio-programma uit 1997 van Harry Klaassen en Piet Schreuders.
40 Who is the main composer of the Beatles' songs?. An answer to the question who is the main responsible of the Fab Four for composing and singing the songs recorded by the group. Brought to you by Per Myrsten.
41 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on the Quarrymen Sessions. No. 197.1 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
42 "I was nervously waiting ..." An interview with Alan W. Pollack. Recently Alan W. Pollack completed his series of analyses of the Beatles' catalog. Here, interviewed by Ian Hammond, Pollack looks back on ten years and eight months of Beatles' studies.
43 The rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles: 2. Theoretical foundation. Tuomas Eerola discusses the rise and fall of the experimental style of the Beatles. Here you'll find the second chapter of his essay, laying down the theoretical foundation.
44 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Yellow Submarine". No. 97 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
45 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Paperback Writer" and "Rain". No. 91 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
46 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on Three Simple Songs That Didn't Make It. No. 200 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
47 "Not A Second Time". Many experts take the early Beatles' song Not A Second Time for a weak member of the group's songbook, because of the inconsistencies between Lennon's lyrics and his voicing of the song lines. The Finnish philosopher T.P. Uschanov argues, however, that the song's strength resides precisely in this incoherence. Therefore the song offers an excellent example for the significance of semiotics for popular music studies.
48 Alan W. Pollack's Notes on "Free As A Bird". No. 194 in Alan W. Pollack's Notes on ... Series, a musicological analysis of all Beatles' songs.
49 Passion, pop and self control. Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll: that's the self-proclaimed image of rock culture as we know it since rock 'n' roll and rhythm and blues came of age in the 1950s and 1960s. Living up to this pose of excess, however, requires a certain amount of self control. In this essay Henk Kleijer and Ger Tillekens delve deeper into this relationship, exploring the absence of the feeling of guilt in pop music, the workings of the double standard of sexuality, and the communicative mechanisms of irony and banter.
50 The Queen anomaly. Many songs of the British rock group Queen are rich in melodic content, strengthened yet by a low level of melody repetition. In this respect the group's song repertoire seems to deviate from the standards of rock music. D. Pinter adstructs and discusses this remarkable anomaly at length.
   
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