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Announcing MUSICultures 43-1

Monday, October 31, 2016   (0 Comments)
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MUSICultures (43-1)

This issue is available to current members of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music here (non-members can freely access issues more than 3 years old): http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/MC/index. For membership/subscription information, please visit the website of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music:http://www.yorku.ca/cstm/. Or check your library for access.

The contents of this issue include:

BRENT KEOGH and IAN COLLINSON

“A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place”: The (Ab)uses of Music Ecology

CARINNA FRIESEN

Mobile Musics, Mobile Technologies: Engaging the Cell Phone in a West African Context

DEANNA YERICHUK

The Construction of Citizenship Through Musical Performance in Toronto’s Settlement Houses, 1930-1939

MONIQUE GIROUX

“Giving Them Back Their Spirit”: Multiculturalism and Resurgence at a Metis Cultural Festival

KATHRYN ALEXANDER

Cape Breton Girl: Performing Cape Breton at Home and Away with Natalie MacMaster

HOLLY EVERETT

Do You Play Newfoundland Music? Tracking Traditional Music in the Tourist Imaginary

KENT WINDRESS

Musical Pilgrimages to Cuba: Negotiating Tourism and Musical Learning in Cuban Batá Drumming

** Book Reviews

CHRISTOPHER McDONALD

Marcus Aldredge. Singer-Songwriters and Musical Open Mics

Rachel Mundy

Pauline Minevich and Ellen Waterman, eds. Art of Immersive Soundscapes

FRANÇOIS PICARD

Frédéric Léotar. La Steppe musicienne : Analyse et modélisation du patrimoine musical turcique

CATHERINE SERVAN SCHREIBER

Margaret Walker. India’s Kathak Dance in Historical Perspective

** Recording Reviews

ANTHONY GRÉGOIRE

Dominic Ogari, Samwel Osieko Ogari, Ronaldo Ontiri Onchuru, et al. Kenya : L’obokano, lyre des Gusii / The obokano, lyre of the Gusii

MARIE-PIERRE LISSOIR

Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire et Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève. Chine : Tsar Teh-yun (1905-2007), maître du qin


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