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Mechanical instruments and everyday life: the player piano in Portugal
Popular Music Pub Date : 2021-06-04 , DOI: 10.1017/s026114302100012x
João Silva

This paper examines player pianos in Portugal between the 1890s and the 1930s. In a small European country with few production facilities, mechanical music developed in a particular way since a local recording industry was expanding rapidly and radio was not yet disseminated. Despite the local market's reliance on imported goods, the music business concentrated on Portuguese pieces. The mechanisation of the piano and its display as a product that embodied modernity illustrates the transformations that took place in Portugal at the beginning of the 20th century. These were reflected in new forms of entertainment, such as cinemas and nightclubs that incorporated new music genres. At the dawn of the century, the leisure market relied on the popular music theatre, which was dominated by Portuguese, French and Spanish music. In the interwar period, English and American pieces made their way into people's lives, transforming the music business.



中文翻译:

机械乐器与日常生活:葡萄牙的演奏钢琴

本文考察了 1890 年代至 1930 年代葡萄牙的自动演奏钢琴。在一个生产设施很少的欧洲小国,由于当地唱片业迅速发展,广播尚未传播,机械音乐以一种特殊的方式发展。尽管当地市场依赖进口商品,但音乐业务仍专注于葡萄牙作品。钢琴的机械化及其作为体现现代性的产品的展示说明了 20 世纪初葡萄牙发生的转变。这些都反映在新的娱乐形式中,例如融合了新音乐流派的电影院和夜总会。世纪之初,休闲市场以流行音乐剧为主,以葡萄牙、法国和西班牙音乐为主。在两次世界大战期间,

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