Le « cabaret new-yorkais » : note d'usage

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2005

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New York cabaret radio – législation Mabel Mercer scène chanson New York cabaret radio law Mabel Mercer scene song


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Jacques Protat, « Le « cabaret new-yorkais » : note d'usage », Revue française d’études américaines, ID : 10670/1.6tsidg


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For some, New York Cabaret started in 1911 and died with the Prohibition ; for others, its golden age started after WWII and waned from 1963 onwards; for the current Cabaret Community, the clubs are alive with the sound of Cabaret. This paper attempts to explain why there is so much confusion about the word “cabaret,” tracing its usage in New York popular entertainment and legislation.

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