Cross-Cultural Aesthetics

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Articles + Daniel Avorgbedor: Preface + Lawrence Kramer: Music, Cultural Mixture, and the Aesthetic + Ian Chambers: Some Notes on Neapolitan Song: From Local Traditon to Worldly Transit + Judith L. Hanna: Aesthetics - Whose Notions of Appropriateness and Competency, What Are They and What Do We Know? + Marc Benamou: Comparing Musical Affect: Java and the West + Ben Koen: The Spiritual Aesthetic in Badakhshani Devotional Music + Chan E. Park: Poetics and Politics of Korean Oral Tradition in a Cross-cultural Context + Cheryl L. Keyes: The Aesthetic Significance of African American Sound Culture and Its Impact on Popular Music Style and Industry Book Reviews (Tina K. Ramnarine, ed.) + Sofia Joons: Martin Clayton, Trevor Herbert and Richard Middleton, eds. The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction + Jonathan McIntosh: Bruno Nettl, Encounters in Ethnomusicology: A Memoir + Tina K. Ramnarine: Margaret J. Kartomi. The Gamelan Digul and the Prison Camp Musician Who Built It: An Australian Link with the Indonesian Revolution + Tina K. Ramnarine: Andy Nercessian, ed. Old Armenian Songs: A Nineteenth Century Collection by Ghewond Alishan CD Reviews (Gregory F. Barz, ed.) + James Porter: Scottish Tradition, vol. 1-19. School of Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh, Greentrax Recordings, 1993-2000 + Mark Slobin: Before the Revolution: A 1909 Recording Expedition in the Caucasus and Central Asia by the Gramophone Company. Compiler: Will Prentice for the British Library National Sound Archive. Topic Records. + Edda Brandes: Niger - Musique des Touaregs/Music of the Tuaregs. Vol. 1: Azawagh. Vol. 2: In Gall. Archives internationales de musique populaire. Musee d'ethnographie de Geneve. Fieldworkers: Francois Borel and Ernst Lichtenhahn. VDE-Gallo + James R. Newell: (1) Davie Stewart: Go On, Sing Another Song - (2) Jimmy MacBeath: Tramps and Hawkers - (3) John Strachan: Songs From Aberdeenshire. - (4) Two Gentlemen of the Road: Jimmy MacBeath and Davie Stewart. - The Alan Lomax Collection: Portraits. Rounder Records + Gregory Barz: Domba 1956-1958: A Personal Record of Venda Initiation Rites, Songs, and Dances, film by John Blacking, Accompanying Study Guide by John Baily and Andre Grau. The Society for Ethnomusicology About the Contributors
Van Ditmar Boekenimport B.V.
157 pp.
Kunst & Cultuur
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