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Discourse in ethnomusicology

Discourse in ethnomusicology

essays in honor of George List

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Published by Ethnomusicology Publications Group, Indiana University in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • List, George, -- 1911-,
  • List, George, -- 1911- -- Bibliography.,
  • Ethnomusicology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Caroline Card ... [et al.].
    ContributionsCard, Caroline.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML55 .L53 1978, ML55 L57 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 298 p. :
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19540854M

    By observing the concept of folklore and revival within discourses of nationalism, dance studies and ethnomusicology, I examine the ways in which Armenian azgagrakan ensembles signify ethno -national sentiments sonically through music and bodily through dance. . Discourses in African Musicology: J.H. Kwabena Nketia Festschrift highlights the proceedings of a conference at the University of Ghana in honor of Professor J.H. Kwabena Nketia on his 90th birthday. Professor Nketia was instrumental in shaping the field of ethnomusicology and providing the foundation for an African Musicology.

    Alan Parkhurst Merriam (1 November – 14 March ) was an American cultural anthropologist and is known for his studies of music in Native America and Africa. [1] In his book The Anthropology of Music (), he outlined and develops a theory and method for studying study of music from an anthropological perspective with anthropological methods. In The Discourse of Musicology, Giles Hooper considers a number of issues central to recent debates about the nature and direction of contemporary musicology. The first part of the book seeks to situate and critically rethink the alleged 'postmodern' turn in musical scholarship.

    In "The Discourse of Musicology", Giles Hooper considers a number of issues central to recent debates about the nature and direction of contemporary musicology. The first chapter seeks to situate and critically rethink the alleged 'postmodern' turn in musical scholarship. President of the Society for Ethnomusicology from , editor of its journal, Ethnomusicology, from , and founder and editor of the trilingual Latin American Music Review from until his death, B{\'e}hague also established the ethnomusicology graduate program at the University of Texas at Austin in , thereby influencing the.


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Discourse in Ethnomusicology: Essays in Honor of George List Paperback – January 1, by Caroline Card (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Discourse in ethnomusicology book retry" $ — $ Paperback $ Price: $ OCLC Number: Discourse in ethnomusicology book xii, pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: The Archives of Traditional Music, an interview with George List / Louise S.

Spear --The tyranny of thought, a brief polemic in the tradition of George List / Nahoma Sachs --Some problems of field recording for research purposes / Carolin Card --Motion film as an aid in transcription and analysis of music. Discourse in ethnomusicology II. Bloomington: Ethnomusicology Publications Group, Indiana University, (OCoLC) Named Person: Alan P Merriam; Alan P Merriam: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan P Merriam.

Description: Discourses in African Musicology: J.H. Kwabena Nketia Festschrift highlights the proceedings of a conference at the University of Ghana in honor of Professor J.H.

Kwabena Nketia on his 90th birthday. Professor Nketia was instrumental in shaping the field of ethnomusicology and providing the foundation for an African Musicology. The Ethnomusicology Review Sounding Board is pleased to offer an overview from Jonathan McCollum and David G. Hebert of their forthcoming edited volume Theory and Method in Historical Ethnomusicology (Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books).

Historical ethnomusicology is increasingly acknowledged as a significant emerging subfield of ethnomusicology due to the fact. In doing so, the book advances current discourse on the politics of musical representation in university education as well as on ethnomusicology learning and teaching, and proposes a model for ethnomusicology pedagogy that promotes in students a globally, contemporary and democratically informed sense of all musics.

Welcome. Log into your account. your username. your password. Ethnomusicology is the study of music from the cultural and social aspects of the people who make it.

It encompasses distinct theoretical and methodical approaches that emphasize cultural, social, material, cognitive, biological, and other dimensions or contexts of musical behavior, instead of only its isolated sound component.

Books shelved as discourse-analysis: Discourse Analysis by Barbara Johnstone, Discourse Analysis: An Introduction by Brian Paltridge, Language and Power. Ethnomusicology 43 (1): Stokes, Martin. “Music and the Global Order.” Annual Review of Anthropology Turino, Thomas. “Are We Global Yet.

Globalist Discourse, Cultural Formations and the Study of Zimbabwean Popular Music.” British Journal of Ethnomusicology. In doing so, the book advances current discourse on the politics of musical representation in university education as well as on ethnomusicology learning and teaching, and proposes a model for ethnomusicology pedagogy that promotes in students a globally, contemporary and democratically informed sense of all musics.

Medical Ethnomusicology is a new field of integrative and holistic research and applied practice that approaches music, health, and healing anew, engaging the biological, psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual domains of human life that frame and inform our experiences of health and healing, illness and disease, life and death.

The power of music to create health and healing at the. The books below approach discourse from a purely (socio)linguistic angel. Critical discourse analysis (CDA) is another huge field of study but is nevertheless an important part of discourse analysis and that’s why we included two seminal works in this area both of which are authored by Norman Fairclough.

Discourse in Ethnomusicology: Essays in Honor of George List EDITORS: Caroline Card John Hasse Roberta L. Singer Ruth M. Stone The scope of the essays presented in this volume pays tribute to the breadth of George List's ethnomusicological interests and activities.

The book contains contributions by his former students and colleagues. Performing Ethnomusicology is the first book to deal exclusively with creating, teaching, and contextualizing academic world music performing ensembles.

Considering the formidable theoretical, ethical, and practical issues that confront ethnomusicologists who direct such ensembles, the sixteen essays in this volume discuss problems of public performance and the pragmatics of pedagogy and.

The book includes something for everybody. (CHOICE, November )This volume brings to the fore pivotal issues that problematize the contemporary disciplinary identity of provides rich insights into ethnomusicological discourses and raises many unanswered questions that stimulate a re-thinking about the contemporary identity of s: 3.

“They’re Stealing Our Music: The Argentinísima Controversy, National Culture Boundaries, and the Rise of a Bolivian Nationalist Discourse.” Latin American Music Review 35 (2): – “The Andean Conjunto, Bolivian Sikureada, and the Folkloric Musical Representation Continuum.” Ethnomusicology Forum 21(1): 5– This book is a valuable resource to those with interests in a number of musical and academic fields, in particular music education, ethnomusicology and band studies.

Throughout the book the author successfully connects these different strands and produces an accurate and engaging picture" – Richard Jones, PhD, The World of Music. Author: Kofi Agawu Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books. Music As Discourse Music As Discourse by Kofi Agawu, Music As Discourse Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

Download Music As Discourse books, The question of whether music has meaning has been the subject of sustained debate ever since music. Ethnomusicology and ethnochoreology in education: Issues in applied scholarship in Ljubljana, Slovenia additionally generated interest in an international network and discourse of applied music scholarship (Kova čič and Šivic ).

ICTM’s thirty-ninth world conference in Vienna, Austria. positions. Although the editor admits that the book is loosely organized (14), she does a commendable job in finding a narrative sequence between each chapter by showing how three central themes (namely, gender, religion, and nationalism) are explored with respect to three cultural regions (namely, North Africa, Central Asia, and the Middle East).Ethnomusicology Music Business, Institutions and Organizations Music Criticism and Journalism Music Education and Pedagogy Music Theory and Analysis Music and Law Music and Medicine Musical Concepts, Genres, and Terms Musical Sources and Bibliographies Musical Works Musicology and Music History Organology Peoples and Music Cultures.At the dawn of the twenty-first century, the Nor-tec phenomenon emerged from the border city of Tijuana and through the Internet, quickly conquered a global audience.

Marketed as a kind of "ethnic" electronic dance music, Nor-tec samples sounds of traditional music from the north of Mexico, and transforms them through computer technology used in European and American techno music and electronica.