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|All Authors / Contributors:||
David P McAllester
|Description:||xiv, 370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Nettl, B. What is ethnomusicology?--Reinhard, K. The Berlin Phonogramm Archiv.--Seeger, C. Prescriptive and descriptive music writing.--Hood, M. Sléndro and pélog redefined.--Freeman, L.C., and Merriam, A.P. Statistical classification in anthropology: an application to ethnomusicology.--Bayard, S.P. Prolegomena to a study of the principal melodic families of British-American folksong.--Collaer, P. Cartography and ethnomusicology.--Herzog, G. Plains ghost dance and Great Basin music.--Rhodes, W.A study of music diffusion based on the wandering of the opening peyote song.--Grame, T.C. Bamboo and music: a new approach to organology.--Nettl, B. Historical aspects of ethnomusicology.--Waterman, R.A. Music in Australian aboriginal culture--some sociological and psychological implications.--Burrows, E.G. Music on Ifaluk Atoll in the Caroline Islands.--Conklin, G.C., and Maceda, J. Hanunóo music from the Philippines.--McAllester, D.P. Indian music in the southwest.--Lomax, A. Song structure and social structure.--List, G. The boundaries of speech and song.--Meyer, L.B. Universalism and relativism in the study of ethnic music.--Nadel, S.F. The origins of music.--Brown, R.E. India's music.--Nketia, J.H. Modern trends in Ghana music.--Picken, L. Chinese music.--Malm, W.P. Practical approaches to Japanese music.--Bibliography (p. 367-370).|
|Series Title:||Landmarks in anthropology.|
|Responsibility:||Selected and with an introduction and comments by David P. McAllester.|