The Study of Ethnomusicology: Twenty-nine Issues and Concepts

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University of Illinois Press, 1983 - Ethnomusicologie - 410 pages
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User Review  - Steve Smith - Goodreads

Like many anthropologists, Nettl is sometimes aloof and elitist, but his observations ring true and he's not afraid to turn a critical eye upon "western music", and himself, once in a while. Often ... Read full review

Review: The Study of Ethnomusicology: THIRTY-ONE ISSUES AND CONCEPTS

User Review  - Kraig Grady - Goodreads

I was overjoyed when Daid Cotner sent me a copy of this book. i knew this Author from years ago doing pioneering work looking at African music. he is quite concise in getting into the heartof what is happening in the field from someone who has watched in grow. Read full review

Contents

XI
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XII
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XIII
147
XIV
162
XV
172
XVI
187
XVII
201
XVIII
216
XXIII
278
XXIV
290
XXV
303
XXVI
315
XXVII
323
XXVIII
333
XXIX
345
XXX
355

XIX
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XX
247
XXI
259
XXII
270
XXXI
363
XXXII
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Bruno Nettl is professor of music and anthropology at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He is the author or editor of nineteen books, including "Folk and Traditional Music of the Western Continents" and "The Study of Ethnomusicology". In 2012 he was awarded the Charles Homer Haskins Prize, which is presented annually to a distinguished humanist by the American Council of Learned Societies

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