Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and Minorities

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Ursula Hemetek
Cambridge Scholars Press, 2004 - Music - 353 pages
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The ICTM Study Group Music and Minorities was founded officially in 1997 and is thus one of the youngest Study Groups within the ICTM. The volume Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and Minorities is a collection of the papers of the second Study Group meeting, which was held in Lublin/Poland, August 25-31, 2002.

Chapters are included on music from Badakhshan, the Roma, the Arvanites of Greece, Albania, Poland, Carpathia, the Belorussians of Poland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Turkey, Croatia, the Sorbians, the Masai, the Andes, Venezuela, the Jews of Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Sicily, Azerbaijan, and elsewhere.

The volume is also replete with articles of a theoretical orientation, with a special focus on an ethnomusicological theorisation of issues revolving around minority identities and its relation to music-making and perceiving.

 

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Contents

ANNA CZEKANOWSKAPOLAND
20
URSULA HEMETEK AUSTRIA
42
CHENG SHUICHENG FRANCETAIWAN
63
PIOTRDAHLIG POLAND
76
MARTA KALINOWSKA POLAND
89
ROBERT CARL METIL USA
99
MAŠA KOMAVEC SLOVENİA
117
DORIT KLEBE GERMANY
162
JUNIPER HILL USA
221
Expression of the Jewish Identity in the Contemporary Synagogue
238
W ERONIKA GROZDEW POLAND
257
GIROLAMO GAROFALO ITALY
271
YOSHIKO OKAZAKI JAPAN
289
INNA NARODITSKAYA USA
304
German Abstracts
321
List of Audio Examples on the CD
340

MÜNIR NURETTIN BEKEN USATURKEY
181
ROSMARY STATELOVA BULGARIA
201

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About the author (2004)

Anna Czekanowska is Professor at the Catholic University of Lublin. Urula Hemetek received her Ph.D. in musicology in 1987. She is associate professor at the Institute for Folk Music Research at the University for Music and the Performing Arts Vienna Gerda Lechleitner received her Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Vienna. She is editor of the sound documents at the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Inna Naroditskaya received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. She is assistant professor of ethnomusicology/musicology at Northwestern University.

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