Music-cultures in Contact: Convergences and Collisions
Margaret J. Kartomi, Stephen Blum
Currency Press, 1994 - Ethnomusicology - 289 pages
Examines music in contact situations in Andean Equador, Australia, the Central Balkans, Fiji, India, Java, Italy, Malasia etc.
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Functions of Sami Music
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