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The Cambridge history of world music

Author: Philip Vilas Bohlman
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, [2017] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First paperback editionView all editions and formats

In the twenty-first century, world music increasingly connects the diverse and multicultural experiences of musicians and listeners, students and scholars, using media across the world. This History  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Vilas Bohlman
ISBN: 9780521868488 0521868483 9781108406475 1108406475
OCLC Number: 1002260368
Description: XXVI, 851 Seiten : Illustrationen, Notenbeispiele
Contents: Introduction: world music's histories Philip V. Bohlman; Part I. Histories of World Music: 1. On world music as a concept in the history of music scholarship Bruno Nettl; 2. Music cultures of mechanical reproduction Peter Manuel; 3. Western music as world music Nicholas Cook; Part II. The History of Music before History: 4. Foundations of musical knowledge in the Muslim world Stephen Blum; 5. Indian music history in the context of global encounters Bonnie C. Wade; 6. Native American ways of (music) history Beverley Diamond; Part III. Music Histories of Global Encounter and Exchange: 7. Encounter music in Oceania: cross-cultural musical exchange in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century voyage accounts Vanessa Agnew; 8. Music, history, and the sacred in South Asia Jaime Jones; 9. Music, minas, and the golden Atlantic Suzel A. Reily; Part IV. The Enlightenment and World Music's Historical Turn: 10. Johann Gottfried Herder and the global moment of world-music history Philip V. Bohlman; 11. Tartini the Indian: perspectives on world music in the Enlightenment Sebastian Klotz; 12. The music of non-western nations and the evolution of British ethnomusicology Bennett Zon; Part V. Music Histories of the Folk and the Nation: 13. Korean music before and after the West Keith Howard; 14. Folk music in Eastern Europe Timothy J. Cooley; 15. A story with(out) gauchos: folk music in the building of the Argentine nation Bernardo Illari; Part VI. Asian Music Histories: 16. Four recurring themes in histories of Chinese music Jonathan P. J. Stock; 17. On the history of the musical arts in South East Asia Margaret Kartomi; 18. Musicians and the politics of dignity in South India Kaley Mason; Part VII. Institutions and Politics of Representation: 19. Images of sound: Erich M. von Hornbostel and the Berlin phonogram archive Lars-Christian Koch; 20. Music in the mirror of multiple nationalisms: sound archives and ideology in Israel and Palestine Ruth F. Davis; 21. Repatriation as reanimation through reciprocity Aaron A. Fox; Part VIII. The Globalization of World Music in History: 22. Landscapes of diaspora Timothy Rommen; 23. Sufism and the globalization of sacred music Regula Burckhardt Qureshi; 24. Global exoticism and modernity W. Anthony Sheppard; Part IX. Musical Discourses of Modernity: 25. Encountering African music in history and modernity Gregory Barz; 26. The politics of music categorization in Portugal Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco; 27. The world according to the Roma Michael Beckerman; Part X. Musical Ontologies of Globalization: 28. Disseminating world music Travis A. Jackson; 29. Musical antinomies of race and empire Wayne Marshall and Ronald Radano; 30. Globalized new capitalism and the commodification of taste Timothy D. Taylor; Part XI. Beyond World-Music History: 31. The time of music and the time of history Martin Clayton; 32. The ethics of ethnomusicology in a cosmopolitan age Kay Kaufman Shelemay; 33. Towards a new world? The vicissitudes of American popular music Richard Middleton; Afterword: a worldly musicology? Martin Stokes.
Other Titles: History of world music
World music
Responsibility: edited by Philip V. Bohlman.
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