Dalla Disco Fever al Disco Dan. Forme di rappresentazione della cultura disco nella televisione statunitense
Keywords:music, disco music, underground cultures
AbstractConsidering disco not only a music genre, but above all an expression of underground cultures as well as an iconic imaginary, this article examines the manifold ways the U.S. television industry has depicted disco culture. We analyse how industrial practices have make use of its various aspects in relation to commercial and creative demands both in the Seventies and today, ultimately using disco culture as a representation of reality or as a narrative trope, according to need.
How to Cite
Brembilla, P. (2016). Dalla Disco Fever al Disco Dan. Forme di rappresentazione della cultura disco nella televisione statunitense. Cinergie – Il Cinema E Le Altre Arti, 5(9), 43–50. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2280-9481/6871
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