6 edition of The Garland library of readings in ethnomusicology found in the catalog.
The Garland library of readings in ethnomusicology
Reprint of essays originally published from various sources 1809- 1987
|Statement||edited by Kay Kaufman Shelemay|
|Contributions||Shelemay, Kay Kaufman|
|LC Classifications||ML3799 .G37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 v. :|
|LC Control Number||90-3537|
Compiled by two early leaders in the field, this well-indexed tool covers work done in music departments, and in folklore, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and even English departments as well. The Ethiopian field recordings date fromwhile the interview in New York City was made in The date of the work is also important. Toth, Andrew.
Rice, Timothy and James Porter, eds. Discographies, no. An article on this topic appears in the American Jewish Yearbook Other major books and editions include A Song of Longing.
Merriam, comps. It includes an indispensable Glossary of Terms section as well. Kinnear, Michael S. His work also extends to historical trends in the liturgical music of Ashkenazic and Sephardic traditions; his entry "Music in Judaism" was recently published in The Encyclopedia of Judaism Still the first place to look up anything on music.
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Graduate Textbooks: Myers, Helen, ed. Personal Name: Myers, Helen, He defines each term and also shows its source in the literature.
Inshe received the Society for Ethnomusicology Jaap Kunst Prize for the most distinguished article published by The Garland library of readings in ethnomusicology book member in Shelemay has collected important journal articles from the late 19th Century to the s, covering theories and methods in ethnomusicology.
New York: Garland, A, No. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, Clean and crisp, bright and tight. Middle East, 7. Shelemay was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and has been awarded several postdoctoral fellowships, including grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies.
The following gives a brief overview of the most important tools. Merriam, Alan P. His study serves as an updated survey, covering such topics as how music is created, what it may mean in a culture, and how it changes over time. Nineteenth-Century Piano Music clarifies some theoretical concepts, debunks some longstanding myths, and above all, stimulates the reader's intellectual curiosity about the piano repertoire of the 19th century.
Inshe edited with Steven Kaplan a special double volume of the journal Diaspora. The contributors to this anthology have not limited themselves to the notion that clans and moieties are the only sources and objects of metaphorical comparisons between humans and animals.
Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, no. An Annotated Bibliography of Korean Music.
Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music. Norton in For the phenomenological tradition, the word meaning does not merely point to the referential or denotative function of signs; on the contrary, in this context meaning is construed in a broad manner as a dimension of experience, and the interpretation of meaning is seen as a central component of the scholarly enterprise.
Her dissertation focuses on the works of Viktor Ullmanna Jewish, Austro-Hungarian composer who was killed in the Holocaust. A more detailed study of world music reference may be found in Vandermeer Oct 10, · This guide is intended to assist UCLA students, staff, and faculty interested in Ethnomusicology.
You will find information here on both print and electronic resources.
Remember, there are countless resources available. If you need more information or assistance, Ask a Librarian in the Music Library or the Ethnomusicology Archive. Ethnomusicology Online seeks high-quality scholarly and general submissions in ethnomusicology and related disciplines, The Garland library of readings in ethnomusicology book but not exclusively submissions which take advantage of the multimedia and hypertext capabilities of the web.
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She edited the seven-volume Garland Library of Readings in Ethnomusicology () and Studies in Jewish Musical Traditions (). Her textbook, Soundscapes.The library's automation system is hosted by the vendor through an Software-as-a-Service arrangement.
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