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Yorùbá music in the twentieth century : identity, agency, and performance practice

Auteur: Bode Omojola
Uitgever: Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 2012. ©2012
Serie: Eastman/Rochester studies in ethnomusicology, v. 2.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : CD audio : Geluidsopname   Computerbestand : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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From the primeval age of Ayànàgalú (the Yorùbá pioneer-drummer-turned-deity-of-drumming) to the modern era, Yorùbá musical traditions have been shaped by individual performers: drummers, dancers, singers, and chanters, who express self-mediated visions of their social and cultural environment. Yorùbá Music in the Twentieth Century explores the role of the performer and the performing group in creating these  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Music
Genre: Geluidsopname
Soort document: Boek, Computerbestand
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Bode Omojola
ISBN: 9781580464093 1580464092 9781580464932 1580464939
OCLC-nummer: 775420094
Beschrijving: 285 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm + 1 audio disc.
Inhoud: Yorùbá drumming : performance practice and the politics of identity --
Talking and stammering : toward an analysis of Yorùbá drumming --
Songs of the king's wives : gendered and social identities in Yorùbá vocal performance --
The aírégbé song tradition of Yorùbá female chiefs --
Yorùbá music in the Christian liturgy : notation, performance, and identity --
Yorùbá music in Christian worship : the Aládǔrà church --
Yorùbá popular music : hybridity, identity, and power --
Yorùbá Islamic popular music.
Serietitel: Eastman/Rochester studies in ethnomusicology, v. 2.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Bode Omojola.
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Drawing on extensive field research conducted over the course of two decades, Bode Omojola examines traditional and contemporary Yoruba genres of music.  Meer lezen...

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"While there are many books addressing one facet or another of Yoruba music, no other book covers the variety of genres and idioms discussed in Yoruba Music in the Twentieth Century. Professor Meer lezen...

 
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