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Turning Windmills and Exploding Ships. Popular Music from The Low Countries
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Turning Windmills and Exploding Ships. Popular Music from The Low Countries

(Pieter Coupé) The Low Countries - 2018, № 26, pp. 303-305

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Writing about music is like dancing about architecture: that well-known witticism attributed to various celebrities is generally used by musicians to put music journalism and criticism into perspective. Or to brush them aside, as in the case of singer-songwriter Elvis Costello, who in no uncertain terms added ‘It’s a stupid thing to do.’ Fortunately, those words did not prevent Lutgard Mutsaers and Gert Keunen from compiling Made in the Low Countries: a fascinating book in the Global Popular Music Series at Routledge, a prestigious publishing house that specialises in academic books and periodicals.

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