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The Oxford handbook of children's musical cultures

Author: Patricia Shehan Campbell; Trevor Wiggins
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2012. ©2012
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This is a compendium of perspectives on children and their musical engagements as singers, dancers, players, and avid listeners. Contributors from around the world and a diverse array of disciplines provide an interdisciplinary enquiry into the musical lives of children in a variety of cultures, and their role as both preservers and innovators of music.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Juvenile works
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
The Oxford handbook of children's musical cultures.
New York : Oxford University Press, c2013
(DLC) 2012006708
(OCoLC)778074987
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Shehan Campbell; Trevor Wiggins
ISBN: 9780199971442 0199971447
OCLC Number: 838125822
Notes: Pagination taken from print version.
"Print publication date: Dec. 2012"--digital title page.
Description: 1 online resource ([xvii, 636 pages]) : illustrations, music, maps
Contents: Part I. Engagements with culture : socialization and identity --
Part 1a. (Re)making cultures for/by children/updating tradition. --
ch.1 . Girls experiencing Gamelan education and cultural politics in Bali / Sonja Lynn Downing --
ch. 2. Youth music at the Yakama Nation tribal school / Robert Pitzer --
ch. 3. Reform Jewish songleading and the flexible practices of Jewish-American youth / Judh M. Cohen --
ch. 4. Venda children's musical culture in Limpopo, South Africa / Andrea Emberly --
ch. 5. Songs of Japanese schoolchildren during World War II / Noriko Manabe --
ch. 6. Girlhood songs, musical tales, and musical games as strategies for socialization into womanhood among the Bahanda of Uganda / Sylvia Nannyonga-Tamusuza --
ch. 7. Musical cultures of girls in the Brazilian Amazon / Beatriz Ilari --
ch. 8. The musical socialization of children and adolescents in Brazil in their everyday lives / Magaly Kleber and Jusamara Souza --
ch. 9. Georgian (Caucasus) children's polyphic conception of music / Polo Vallejo --
ch. 10. Integration in Mexican children's musical worlds / Janet Sturman --
Part 1b. Cultural identities with multiple meanings --
ch. 11. Celticity, community, and continuity in the children's musical cultures of Cornwall / Alan M. Kent --
ch. 12. Miskitu children's singing games on the caribbean coast of Nicaragua as intercultural play and performance / Amanda Minks --
ch. 13. Education and Evangelism in a Sierra Leonean village / Sarah J. Bartolome --
ch. 14. children's urban and rural musical worlds in North India / Natalie Sarrazin --
ch. 15. Enjoyment and socialization in Gambian children's music making / Lisa Huisman Koops --
ch. 16. Children's musical engagement with Trinidad's carnival music / Hope Munro Smith --
Part II. Personal journeys in/through culture --
ch. 17. Musical childhoods across three generations, from Puerto Rico to the USA / Marisol berrios-Miranda --
ch. 18. The musical worlds of aboriginal children at Currulula and Darwin in the northern territory of Australia / Elizabeth Mackinlay --
ch. 19. Reflexive adn reflective perspectives of musical childhoods in Singapore / Chee-Hoo Lum and Eugene Dairianathan --
ch. 20. The musical culture of African American children in Tennessee / Marvelene C. Moore --
Part III. Music in education and development --
ch. 21. Children's and adolescents' musical needs and music in Germany / Alexandra Kertz-Welzel --
ch. 22. Interweaving threads of music in the Whariki of early childhood cultures in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Sally Bodkin-Allen --
ch. 23. Balancing change and tradition in the musical lives of children in Hong Kong / Lily Chen-Hafteck --
ch. 24. Tradition and change in the musical culture of South Korean children / Young-Youn Kim --
ch. 25. Perspectives on the school band from hardcore American band kids / Carlos R. Abril --
ch. 26. The nature of music nurturing in Japanese preschools / Mayumi Adachi --
ch. 27. The complex ecologies of early childhood musical cultures / Peter Whiteman --
ch. 28. The role of context and experience among the children of the Church of God and Saints of Chirist, Cleveland, Ohio / Sara Stone Miller and Terry E. Miller --
ch. 29. Music in the lives of refugee and newly arrived mimmigrant children in Sydney, Australia / Kathryn Marsh --
ch. 30. Enculturational discontinuities in the musical experience of the Wagogo children of Central Tanzania / Kedmon mapana --
ch. 31. Tinkering and thethering in the material culture of children's MP3 players / Tyler Bickford --
ch. 32. Economics, class, and musical apprenticeship in South Asia's brass band communities / Gregory D. Booth --
ch. 33. Contructions and negotiations of identity in children's musica in Canada / Anna Hoefnagels and Kristin Harris Walsh --
ch. 34. A historical look at three recordings of children's musicking in New York City / Christopher Roberts --
ch. 35. Whose songs in their heads? / Trevor Wiggins.
Other Titles: Children's musical cultures
Responsibility: edited by Patricia Shehan Campbell and Trevor Wiggins.
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This is a compendium of perspectives on children and their musical engagements as singers, dancers, players, and avid listeners. Contributors from around the world and a diverse array of disciplines provide an interdisciplinary enquiry into the musical lives of children in a variety of cultures, and their role as both preservers and innovators of music.

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