/
Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Report Abuse   |   Sign In   |   Join SEM
Search
Current Bibliography, Vol. 45, No. 1 (Winter 2001)
Share |

Compiled by Kevin Medows (University of Illinois at Urbana)

General | Africa | Americas | Asia & Oceania | Europe

General

Bayton, Mavis. 1998. Frock Rock: Women Performing Popular Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xii, 246 p., bibliog., discog., photos.

Bennett, Andy. 2000. Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music Identity and Place. New York: St. Martin's Press, Inc., 223 p., bibliog.

Berger, Edward, David Cayer, Henry Martin, and Dan Morgenstern, eds. 1997-1998. "A Photo Gallery: Photographs from the Archives of the Institute of Jazz Studies." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9, 16 unnumbered pages.

Berger, Edward, David Cayer, Henry Martin, and Dan Morgenstern, eds. 1997-1998. "An Analysis Symposium: Alternate Takes--Stella by Starlight." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 1-110. Symposium contents:

  • "The Great Symphonic Theme": Multiple Takes on "Stella's" Scheme / Cynthia Folio (3-24)
  • Oscar Peterson and the Art of Paraphrase: The 1965 Recording of "Stella by Starlight" / J. Kent Williams (25-44)
  • Triple Play: Bill Evans's Three-Piano Performance of Victor Young's "Stella by Starlight" / Steve Larson (45-56)
  • Miles's "Stella": A Comparison in the Light of the Two Quintets / Steve Lindeman (57-76)
  • The Nature of Recomposition: Miles Davis and "Stella by Starlight" / Henry Martin (77-92)
  • The Real "Stella" and the "Real" "Stella": A Response to "Alternate Takes" / Allen Forte (93-102)
  • Authors' Responses to Forte's Questions (103-110)

Bertrand, Michael T. 2000. Race, Rock, and Elvis. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, xii, 327 p., bibliog.

Blake, Andrew, ed. 1999. Living Through Pop. New York: Routlege, 180 p., ill. Contents:

  • Loosen Up: The Rolling Stones Ring in the 1960s / Tim Barnes (15-30)
  • White Light/White Heat: Jouissance Beyond Gender in the Velvet Underground / Jeremy Gilbert (31-48)
  • I Was There: Putting Punk on Television / Steve Hawes (51-62)
  • Making Noise: Notes from the 1980s / Andrew Blake (63-76)
  • Decoding Society Versus the Popsicle Academy: On the Value of Being Unpopular / Ben Watson (79-97)
  • Exploding Silence: African-Caribbean and African-American Music in British Culture Towards 2000 / Imruh Bakari (98-111)
  • Listening Back from Blackburn: Virtual Sound Worlds and the Creation of Temporary Autonomy / James Ingham (112-128)
  • Living in France: The Parallel Universe of Hexagonal Pop / Rupa Huq (131-145)
  • Thinking About Mutation: Genres in 1990s Electronica / Alexei Monroe (146-158)
  • "It's Like Feminism, But You Don't Have to Burn Your Bra": Girl Power and the Spice Girls' Breakthrough, 1996-7 / Jude Davis (159-173).

Buckley, Ann, ed. 1998. Hearing the Past: Essays in Historical Ethnomusicology and the Archaeology of Sound. Etudes et recherches archéologiques de l'Université de Liège. Liège: Université de Liège, 251 p., ill. [ universite liege ]

Catalano, Nick. 2000. Clifford Brown: The Life and Art of the Legendary Jazz Trumpeter. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 208 p., discog., photos.

Charry, Eric. 1997-1998. "Freedom and Form in Ornette Coleman's Early Atlantic Recordings." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 261-294.

Clarke, Eric F., and Nicola Dibben. 2000. "Sex, Pulp and Critique." Popular Music 19 (2): 231-242.

Clayton, Martin. 1999. "A. H. Fox Strangways and The Music of Hindostan: Revisiting Historical Field Recordings." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 124: 86-118.

Cooper, B. Lee, and William L. Schurk. 1999. "You're the Cream in My Coffee: A Discography of Java Jive." Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 91-100.

Cunningham, Sis, and Gordon Friesen. 1999. Red Dust and Broadsides: A Joint Autobiography. Edited by Ronald D. Cohen. Amherst: Mass., xiv, 371 p., bibliog., discog., photos.

DeNora, Tia. 2000. Music in Everyday Life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiii, 181 p., bibliog.

Dettmar, Kevin J. H., and William Richey, eds. 1999. Reading Rock and Roll: Authenticity, Appropriation, Aesthetics. New York: Columbia University Press, x, 347 p. Contents:

  • Modeling Authenticity, Authenticating Commerical Models / Michael Coyle and Jon Dolan (17-35)
  • Too Much Mead?: Under the Influence (Of Participant-Observation) / R.J. Warren Zanes (37-71)
  • Fixing Madonna and Courtney: Sex, Drugs, Rock 'N' Roll Reflux / Marilyn Manners (73-92)
  • "Ask Any Girl": Compulsory Heterosexuality and Girl Group Culture / Patricia Juliana Smith (93-124)
  • Do Doc Martens Have a Special Smell?: Homocore, Skinhead Eroticism, and Queer Agency / Ashley Dawson (125-43)
  • Dr. Funkenstein's Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication: George Clinton Signifies / Mark Willhardt and Joel Stein (145-72)
  • "I Have Come Out To Play": Jonathan Richman and the Politics of the Faux Naïf / John Alberti (173-89)
  • This Is Fascism?: Raves and the Politics of Dancing / Sean Portnoy (191-207)
  • The Riot Grrrls and "Carnival" / Neil Nehring (209-35)
  • Time to Heal, "Desire" Time: The Cyberprophesy of U2's "Zoo World Order" / Robyn Brothers (237-67)
  • "Even Better Than the Real Thing": U2's (Love) Songs of the Self / Atara Stein (269-86)
  • Elvis Costello as Cultural Icon and Cultural Critic / Pamela Thurschwell (287-310)
  • Musical Cheese: The Appropriation of Seventies Music in Nineties Movies / Kevin J.H. Dettmar and William Richey (311-326)

Dobberstein, Marcel. 2000. Musik und Mensch: Grundlegung einer Anthropologie der Musik. Berlin: Reimer, 487 p., bibliog.

Duffy, Michelle. 2000. "Lines of Drift: Festival Participation and Performing a Sense of Place." Popular Music 19 (1): 51-64.

Edgewater, Iain D. 1999. "Music Hath Charms...: Fragments Toward Constructionist Biocultural Theory, with Attention to the Relationship of 'Music' and 'Emotion'." In Biocultural Approaches to the Emotions, ed. Alexander Laban Hinton, 153-181. Publications of the Society for Psychological Anthropology. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Eli Rodríquez, Victoria, María de los Ángeles, and Alfonso Rodríguez. 1999. La música entre Cuba y Espana: tradición e innovación. Madrid: Fundación Autor, v.2, 260 p., bibliog. [ musica rodriquez angeles innovacion fundacion ]

Escot, Pozzi. 1999. "'Resemblances in Depth,' The Universality of Music." Sonus 20 (1): 69-81.

Evans, David T., ed. 1998. Phantasmagoria: A Sociology of Opera. Brookfield, Vt.: Ashgate, 489 p., bibliog.

Ewing, Tom, ed. 2000. The Bill Monroe Reader. Music in American Life. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 301 p., bibliog., photos.

Fast, Susan. 1999. "Rethinking Issues of Gender and Sexuality in Led Zeppelin: A Woman's View of Pleasure in Hard Rock." American Music 17 (3): 245-299.

Forman, Murray. 2000. "'Represent': Race, Space and Place in Rap Music." Popular Music 19 (1): 65-90.

Gouk, Penelope, ed. 2000. Musical Healing in Cultural Contexts. Aldershot: Ashgate, xi, 223 p., ill., bibliog.

Gow, Joe. 1999. "Rockin', Rappin', and Religion: Programming Strategy of Z Music Television." Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 17-29.

Gruhn, Wilfried, ed. 1998. Musik Anderer Kulturen: 10 Vortäge und ein Resumee zu interkulturellen Ansätzen in Musikwissenschaft und Musikpädagogik. Kassel: Gustav Bosse Verlag, 304 p., bibliog., music. Contents:

  • Musik anderer Kulturen und Interkulturelle Musikerziehung / Wilfried Gruhn (7-15)
  • Chancen und Grenzen des Verstehens: Über den Umgang mit dem musikalisch Fremden / Peter Niklas Wilson (17-33)
  • Balinesische Musik: Zwischen lokaler Tradition, nationaler Verpflichtung und internationalem Einfluß / Dieter Mack (35-90)
  • Dem Klang zur Ehre: Tradition und Gegenwart der indischen Kunstmusik / Herbert Lange (91-104)
  • Afro-cubanische Musik: Batá-Trommelmusik der Santería / Ulrike Herzog (105-145)
  • Grundprinzipien schwarzafrikanischer Musikgestaltung / Volker Schütz (147-163)
  • Musik und Musikleben in der Ukraine / Iouri Semenov (165-177)
  • Wie das Fremde eigen wurde und das Eigene fremd: (Pop)Musikalische Streifzüge durch einige Republiken des ehemaligen Jugoslawien / Alenka Barber-Kersovan (179-203)
  • Die Volksmusik Spaniens - ohne Flamenco / Marianne Bröcker (205-229)
  • Musik der Türkei / Ali Uçan (231-257)
  • Arabische Musik: Geschichte, Stilelemente, Gattungen und Musikpraxis / Habib Hassan Touma (259-285)
  • Je länger man hinsieht, desto fremder schaut es zurück: Ein Resümee / Mechtild Fuchs (287-299)

[ vortrage ansatzen musikpadagogik uber einfluss santeria bata streifzuge brocker ucan langer zuruck resumee ]

Gunn, Joshua. 1999. "Gothic Music and the Inevitability of Genre." Popular Music and Society 23 (1): 31-50.

Harris, Keith. 2000. "'Roots?: The Relationship between the Global and the Local within the Extreme Metal Scene." Popular Music 19 (1): 13-30.

Harrison, Max. 1997-1998. "Solal at 70." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 111-131.

Haywood, Mark S. 1997-1998. "Order and Chaos in Bird and Trane." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 133-143.

Hood, Ki Mantle. 2000. "Ethnomusicology's Bronze Age in Y2K." Ethnomusicology 44 (3): 365-375.

Horner, Bruce, and Thomas Swiss. 1999. Key Terms in Popular Music and Culture. Malden, MA; Oxford: Blackwell, 260 p.

Hultin, Randi. 1998. Born Under the Sign of Jazz. London: Sanctuary Publishing Ltd., 399 p., photos.

Jones, Steve. 2000. "Music and the Internet." Popular Music 19 (2): 217-230.

Károlyi, Ottó. 1998. Traditional African and Oriental Music. London: Penquin, xi, 277 p., bibliog., discog., ill. [ karolyi otto ]

Karpf, Juanita. 1999. "Populism with Religious Restraint: William B. Bradbury's Esther, the Beautifull Queen." Popular Music and Society 23 (1): 1-29.

Katz-Gerro, Tally. "Cultural Consumption and Social Stratification: Leisure Activities, Musica Tastes, and Social Location." Sociological Perspectives 42 (4): 627-646.

Kibby, Marjorie D. 2000. "Home on the Page: A Virtual Place of Music Community." Popular Music 19 (1): 91-100.

Kirchner, Bill. 2000. The Oxford Companion to Jazz. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xi, 852 p., bibliog., photos.

Koch, Grace. 1999. "Our Culture, Our Future: Aboriginal People Speak Out about Copyright Reform." Paper given at the IASA Annual Conference, Paris, 1998. IASA Journal 12: 32-42.

Kolloge, René. 1999. The Times They Are A-Changin': The Evolution of Rock Music and Youth Cultures. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 192 p., bibliog.

Kubik, Gerhard. 1999. "Dr David Kenneth Rycroft, 7 December 1924-8 August 1997: An Appreciation." African Music 7 (4): 3-5.

Lange, Barbara Rose. 2001. "Hypermedia and Ethnomusicology." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 150-156.

Levin, Floyd. 2000. Classic Jazz: A Personal View of the Music and the Musicians. Berkeley: University of California Press, xxi, 337 p., ill.

Magee, Jeffrey. 1999. "Fletcher Henderson, Composer: A Counter-Entry to the International Dictionary of Black Composers." Black Music Research Journal 19 (1): 61-70.

Mercer-Taylor, Peter. 1999. "Two-and-a-Half Centuries in the Life of a Hook." Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 1-16.

Meyer, Rosalee K, Caroline Palmer, and Margarita Mazo. 1998. "Affective and Coherence Responses to Russian Laments." Music Perception 16 (1): 135-150.

Moisala, Pirkko, and Beverley Diamond. 2000. Music and Gender. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, xiii, 376 p., bibliog., ill. Contents:

  • Performance and Modernity among BaAka Pygmies: A Closer Look at the Mystique of Egalitarian Foragers in the Rain Forest / Michelle Kisliuk (25-50)
  • Local Construction of Gender in a Finnish Pelimanni Musicians Group / Helmi Järviluoma (51-79)
  • The Image of Women in Turkish Ballad Poetry and Music / Ursula Reinhard (80-97)
  • The Interpretation of Gender Issues in Musical Life Stories of Prince Edward Islanders / Beverley Diamond (99-139)
  • Writing the Biography of a Black Woman Blues Singer / Jane Bowers (140-165)
  • Gender Negotiation of the Composer Kaija Saariaho in Finland: The Woman Composer as Nomadic Subject / Pirkko Moisala (166-188)
  • Searching for Data about European Ladies' Orchestras, 1870-1950 / Margaret Myers (189-213)
  • Defining Women and Men in the Context of War: Images in Croatian Popular Music in the 1990s / Naila Ceribašic (219-238)
  • Women, Music, and "Chains of the Mind": Eritrea and the Tigray Region of Ethiopia, 1972-93 / Cynthia Tse Kimberlin (239-265)
  • Past and Present Gender Roles in the Traditional Community on Kihnu Island in Estonia / Ingrid Rüütel (266-287)
  • Women Mix Engineers and the Power of Sound / Boden Sandstrom (289-305)
  • Gender, Voice, and Place: Issues of Negotiation in a "Technology in Music Program." / Karen Pegley (306-316)
  • Cyborg Experiences: Contradictions and Tensions of Technology, Nature, and the Body in Hildegard Westerkamp's "Breath Room." / Andra McCartney (317-335)
  • No Bodies There: Absense and Presence in Acousmatic Performance / Linda Dusman (336-345).

[ jarviluoma ceribasic ruutel ]

Monaghan, Terry. 1997-1998. "The Legacy of Jazz Dance." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 295-338.

Ogelsbee, Frank W. 1999. "Suzi Quatro: A Prototype in the Archsheology of Rock." Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 29-39.

Ottens, Rita, and Joel Rubin. 1999. Klezmer-Musik. Kassel: Bärenreiter, 335 p., bibliog., discog., photos. [ barenreiter ]

Reily, Suzel Ana. 2000. "Blacking in Hypermedia." British Forum for Ethnomusicology: Newsletter 19: 14-18.

Roeder, Michael Thomas. 1997-1998. "Ellington Exposed: Back to Back and Side by Side." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 339-349.

Rogers, Richard A. 1998. "A Dialogics of Rhythm: Dance and the Performance of Cultural Conflict." Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis 9 (1): 5-27.

Rubin, Ruth. 2000. Voices of a People: The Story of Yiddish Folksong. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 558 p., bibliog., music.

Sandke, Randy. 1997-1998. "Bix Beiderbecke from a Musician's Perspective." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 165-260.

Schellenberg, E. Glenn, and Sandra E. Trehub. "Culture-general and Culture-specific Factors in the Discrimination of Melodies." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 74 (2): 107-127.

Scott, Derek B. 2000. Music, Culture, and Society: A Reader. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 238 p., bibliog.

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman. 2001. "Toward an Ethnomusicology of the Early Music Movement: Thoughts on Bridging Disciplines and Musical Worlds." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 1-29.

Slobin, Mark. 2000. Fiddler on the Move: Exploring the Klezmer World. American Musicspheres. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 154 p., bibliog., 1 compact disc.

Sloop, John M. 1999. "The Emperor's New Makeup: Cool Cynicism and Popular Music Criticism." Popular Music and Society 23 (1): 51-73.

Southern, Eileen J. 2000. Images: Iconography of Music in African-American Culture (1770s-1920s). Garland Reference Library of the Humanities. New York: Garland, xxiii, 299 p., bibliog.

Stefani, Gino, Eero Tarasti and Luca Marconi, eds. 1998. Musical Signification, Between Rhetoric and Pragmatics = La Significazione Musicale, tra Retorica e Pragmatica. Proceedings of the 5th International Congress on Musical Signification. Bologna: Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice Bologna, 555 p., ill., music.

Sturman, Janet L. 2000. Zarzuela: Spanish Operetta, American Stage. Music in American Life. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, x, 243 p., bibliog.

Summit, Ginger, and Jim Widess. 1999. Making Gourd Musical Instruments. New York: Sterling Pub., 144 p.s

Turcott, Bryan Ray, and Christopher T. Miller. 1999. Fucked Up + Photocopied: Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement. Corte Madera, CA: Gingko Press Inc., 237 p.

Waksman, Steve. 1999. "Black Sound, Black Body: Jimi Hendrix, the Electric Guitar, and the Meanings of Blackness." Popular Music and Society 23 (1): 75-113.

Wallin, Nils L., Björn Merker, and Steven Brown, eds. 2000. The Origins of Music. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, xii, 498 p., includes bibliog. references. Contents:

  • An Introduction to Evolutionary Musicology / Steven Brown, Björn Merker, and Nils L. Wallin (3-24)
  • Prolegomena to a Biomusicology / Simha Arom (27-29)
  • Origins of Music and Speech: Insights from Animals / Peter Marler (31-48)
  • Birdsong Repertoires: Their Origins and Use / Peter J. B. Slater (49-63)
  • What's Behind a Song?: The Neural Basis of Song Learning in Birds / Carol Whaling (65-76)
  • The Sound and the Fury: Primate Vocalizations as Reflections of Emotion and Thought / Marc D. Hauser (77-102)
  • Gibbon Songs and Human Music from an Evolutionary Perspective / Thomas Geissmann (103-123)
  • Social Organzition as a Factor in the Origins of Language and Music / Maria Ujhelyi (125-134)
  • The Progressively Changing Songs of Humpback Whales: A Window on the Creative Process in a Wild Animal / Katharine Payne (135-150)
  • Can Biomusicology Learn from Language Evolution Studies? / Derek Bickerton (153-163)
  • Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Music and Language / Jean Molino (165-176)
  • Paleoneurology and the Biology of Music / Harry Jerison (177-196)
  • Hominid Brain Evolution and the Origins of Music / Dean Falk (197-216)
  • Fossil Evidence for the Origin of Speech Sounds / David W. Frayer and Chris Nicolay (217-234)
  • New Perspectives on the Beginnings of Music: Archeological and Musicological Analysis of a Middle Peleolithic "Bone" Flute / Drago Kunej and Ivan Turk (235-268)
  • The "Musilanguage" Model of Music Evolution / Steven Brown (217-300)
  • How Music Fixed "Nonsense" into Significant Formulas: On Rhythm, Repetition, and Meaning / Bruce Richman (301-314)
  • Synchronous Chorusing and Human Origins / Björn Merker (315-327)
  • Evolution of Human Music through Sexual Selection / Geoffrey Miller (329-360)
  • Simulating the Evolution of Musical Behavior / Peter Todd (361-388)
  • Antecedents of the Temporal Arts in Early Mother-Infant Interaction / Ellen Dissanayake (389-410)
  • A Neurobiological Role of Music in Social Bonding / Walter Freeman (411-424)
  • Human Processing Predispositions and Musical Universals / Sandra Trehub (427-448)
  • The Question of Innate Competencies in Musical Communication / Michel Imberty (449-462)
  • An Ethnomusicologist Contemplates Universals in Musical Sound and Musical Culture / Bruno Nettl (463-472)
  • The Necessity of and Problems with a Universal Musicology / François-Bernard Mâche (473-479)

Whiteley, Sheila. 2000. Women and Popular Music: Sexuality, Identity and Subjectivity. New York: Routledge, x, 246 p., bibliog., discog., music.

Africa

Akpabot, Samuel Ekpe. 1998. Form, Function, and Style in African Music. Ibadan: Macmillan Nigeria, xii, 133 p.

Aloba, Babatola. 1999. Kinderlieder der Yoruba = Yorùbá Children's Songs. Frankfurt: Brandes & Apsel, 124 p., ill. + 1 sound disc. In German and English. Song texts in Yorùbá, German, and English. [ yoruba ]

Azim, Erica. 1999. "On Teaching Americans to Play Mbira Like Zimbabweans." African Music 7 (4): 175-180

Ballantine, Christopher. 2000. "Gender, Migrancy, and South African Popular Music in the Late 1940s and the 1950s." Ethnomusicology 44 (3): 376-407.

Cooke, Andrew, and James Micklem. 1999. "Ennanga Harp Songs of Buganda: Temutewo Mukasa's "Gganga Alula." African Music 7 (4): 47-65.

Cooke, Andrew, James Micklem, and Mark Stone. 1999. "Xylophone Music of Uganda: The Embaire of Nakibembe, Busoga." African Music 7 (4): 29-46.

Cooke, Peter. 1999. "Fieldwork in Lango, Northern Uganda, Feb-Mar 1997." African Music 7 (4): 66-72.

Cooke, Peter. 1999. "The Musical Scene in Uganda." African Music 7 (4): 6-21.

Gelfand, Alexander. 2000. "Fontonfrom Drumming." Percussive Notes 38 (2): 38-39, 42-44.

Hartigan, Royal. 1997-1998. "Ghanaba and the Heritage of African Jazz." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 145-164.

Kartomi, Margaret J. 1999. "Ethnomusicological Education for a Humane Society: Ethnical Issues in the Post-Colonial, Post-Apartheid Era." African Music 7 (4): 166-174.

Kaye, Andrew L. 1999. "Koo Nimo: A Contemporary Ghanaian Musician." African Music 7 (4): 147 165.

Kidula, Jean. 2000. "Polishing the Luster of the Stars: Music Professionalism Made Workable in Kenya." Ethnomusicology 44 (3): 408-428.

Kruger, Jaco. 1999. "Singing Psalms with Owls: A Venda 20th Cent. Musical History." African Music 7 (4): 122-146.

Lüderwaldt, Andreas. 1999. "Musik aus dem Garten Allahs: Die Musik des Saharauis, Westsahara. [Music from Allah's Garden: The Music of Sahrauis, West Sahara] Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 160 (2): 48-49.

Makubuya, James. 1999. "The Ndongo Bowl Lyre of Uganda: An Examination of Its Acoustical Properties." African Music 7 (4): 22-28.

Monson, Ingrid, ed. 2000. The African Disaspora: A Musical Perspective. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities. New York: Garland, viii, 366 p., bibliog., ill., music.

Mukuna, Kazadi wa. 1999. "Urban Music in Congo/Zaïre, 1975-95." African Music 7 (4): 73-87. [ zaire ]

Muller, Carol, ed. 1995. Papers Presented at the Eigth Symposium on Ethnomusicology, Music Department, University of Durban-Westville 30 August to 2 September, 1989 and at the Ninth symposium on Ethnomusicology, Music Department, University of Namibia 23-26 August, 1990. Grahamstown, South Africa: International Library of African Music, 80 p., 40 p., ill. [Bound together] Contents:

  • Eighth Symposium:
    African Music in Education / Pedro Espi-Sanchis (1-4)
  • The Role of Devotional Music in the Homogenisation of South Hinduism / Sallyann Goodall (5-9)
  • Musicology in Terms of the Sociology of Knowledge: A South African Vignette / Klaus F. Heimes (10-23)
  • Music Traditions in Independent India: Continuity and Change / Melveen Jackson (24-30)
  • Jabulani Buthelezi: Profile of a Zulu Troubadour / Mario H. A. Koppers (31-35)
  • Wada: Story of an African Drum / Jaco Kruger (36-42)
  • Ethnomusicology and Music Education / Logan Naidoo (43-44)
  • Scathamiya: A Zulu Male Vocal Tradition / Caesar Ndlovu (45-48)
  • Emerging Music Education Trends in Africa / Elizabeth Oehrle (49-55)
  • Structural Opposition as Composition / Andrew Tracey (56-63)
  • Counter-Harmonic Melody in Popular, Folk and Classical Music / Peter Van Der Merwe (64-70)
  • The Zulu Wedding as a Musical Event: A Musical Realization of Social Ideas / Musa Xulu (71-75)
  • The Social Significance of Zulu AmaHubo Songs / Musa Xulu (76-80)

Ninth Symposium:

  • Themes and Variations: The Structure of Kwela Music (South African Penny Whistle Jazz, 1954-1964) / Lara Allen (1-4)
  • Politics in Music: Towards an African Style in Black South African Jazz and Vaudeville in the Early 1940s / Christopher Ballantine (5-7)
  • Developing Local Church Music for the Catholic Church in Namibia: The Work of the Lumko Music Department, 1979-1988 / Daver Dargie (8-16)
  • Women in the Music Industry in Zimbabwe / Angela Impey (16-20)
  • Some Observations on Teacher Training for the Future in Namibia / Minette Mans (21-29)
  • Adjudication in Black South African Choral Music Competitions: A Call for Reappraisal / Caesar Ndlovu (30-33)
  • Some African Considerations in Ethnomusicological Research / Musa Xulu (34-37)
  • Maharero Day / Gerhard Zeze (38-40)

Muller, Carol, and Janet Topp Fargion. 1999. "Gumboots, Bhaca Migrants, and Fred Astaire: South African Worker Dance and Musical Style." African Music 7 (4): 88-109.

Noss, Kathleen Jenabu. 2000. "Traditions and Transformations: Ewe, Ashanti and Baganda Drumming, Dance and Song in Contemporary Africa." Percussive Notes 38 (4): 34-39.

Nurse, George. 1999. "Africa and Indonesia Reconsidered." African Music 7 (4): 181-188.

Potgieter, Hetta Magdalena. 1999. "CD-ROMS: Another Look at Music Education in South Africa." The South African Music Teacher/Die Suid-Afrikaanse Musiekonderwyser 133: 14-16.

Rhoades, Rebecca L. 2000. "Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Song of South Africa." Sing Out! 44 (3):34-45.

Smith, Phylise. 1998. "Xhosa Dance: Continuum Between Traditional and Contemporary." In Society of Dance History Scholars, 21st Conference Proceedings, compiled by Linda J. Tomko,199-202. Riverside: Society of Dance History Scholars.

Strumpf, Mitchell. 1999. "Some Music Traditions of Malawi." African Music 7 (4): 110-121.

Thompson, Robert Farris. 1999. "Communique from Afro-Atlantis." African Arts 32 (4): 1-8.

Tracy, Andrew, ed. 1997. Papers Presented at the Symposium on Ethnomusicology Number 13 University of Zululand 1995 and at the Symposium on Ethnomusicology Number 14 Rhodes University 1996. Grahamstown: International Library of American Music, 133 p., ill. Contents:

  • Methods of Teaching African Music: A Report on Some Experiments / Dave Dargie (1-8)
  • White Pop and an Imagined English-speaking Community in South Africa 1950-1990 / Carol Muller (8-12)
  • The Songs of the Venda Murundu School / Kaiser Netshitangani (13-19)
  • The World of Jazz in Inner Cape Town 1940-1960 / Michael Nixon (19-23)
  • Work Songs: Stylistic Differences Based on Gender in Basotho Adult Songs / Flora Ntsihlele (24-26)
  • The Talking Drum / Betsy Oehrle (27)
  • Ethnomusicology and Us / Elliot Pewa (28-29)
  • Taking the Homestead into the Studio: The Politics of Production, Industry, and New Alternatives / Toine Scholtz (29-31)
  • Rap and the Music / Simon Stevens (32-35)
  • A Socio-Cultural Basis of Ethnic Music with Special Reference to the Music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo / A.J. Thembela (35-36)
  • White, Male African Music Ensembles in South Africa / Geoffrey Tracey (37-39)
  • Music and Commercial Radio Broadcasting in Relation to the Reconstruction and Development Programme / Lee Watkins (40-42)
  • Some Aspects of Tradition and Change in Zulu Music: An Ethno-historical Perspective / Musa Xulu (43-45)
  • Speech: Dr. V. T. Zulu (45-46)
  • "The Little Jazz Town": The Social History and Musical Styles of Black Grahamstown in the 1950s and 1960s / Gary Baines (47-56)
  • Making Visible the Invisible: Creative Processes and the Compositions of Joseph Shabalala / Christopher Ballantine (56-59)
  • Significance in Songs: A Look at Three Traditional Xhosa Songs / Dave Dargie (60-65)
  • The West Sumatran Dabuih and the South African Ratiep / Desmond Desai (65-70)
  • Incredible Voices of Igongqo / Luvuyo Dontsa (70-78)
  • Strumming is for Beginners: On the Social Roots of Musical Style / Jaco Kruger (82-84)
  • Multipart Singing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Remote and Recent Histories Unravelled / Gerhard Kubik (85-97)
  • Thojane / Tsokolo 'Muso (98-99)
  • Red-Carpet Treatment of Western Classical Music in Black South African Music Competitions / Caesar Ndlovu (100-102)
  • The Musical Essence in Tshivenda Folktales / Flora Ntsihlele (103-106)
  • Restructuring the Narrative of Womanhood Through Song: The Woman Dodo Singers in Kenya / Patricia Achieng Opondo (107-122)
  • Panel Discussion on Ethnomusicology and Education / Panelists: Lumkile Lalendle, Sipho Dlamini, Dave Dargie, Betsy Oehrle (123-133)

Veal, Michael E. 2000. Fela: The Life & Times of an African Musical Icon. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, xi, 313 p., bibliog, discog., photos.

White, Bob W. 1999. "Modernity's Trickster: 'Dipping' and 'Throwing' in Congolese Popular Dance Music." Research in African Literatures 30(4):156-175.

Americas

Abromeit, Kathleen, comp. 1999. An Index to African-American Spirituals for the Solo Voice. Music Reference Collection. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, xiii, 199 p.

Ancelet, Barry Jean. 1999. Cajun and Creole Music Makers = Musiciens cadiens at créoles. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 176 p., bibliog., photographs by Elemore Morgan, Jr. [ creoles ]

Ancelet, Barry Jean. 1997. "Research on Louisiana French Folklore and Folklife." In French and Creole in Louisiana, edited by Albert Valdman, 351-359. New York: Plenum.

Austerlitz, Paul. 1998. "The Jazz Tinge in Dominican Music: A Black Atlantic Perspective." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 1-20.

Bastos, Rafael José de Menezes Bastos. 1999. "The Origin of 'Samba' as the Invention of Brazil (Why Do Songs Have Music?)." British Journal of Ethnomusicology 8: 67-96. [ jose ]

Béhague, Gerard. 2000. "Boundaries and Borders in the Study of Music in Latin America: A Conceptual Re-Mapping." Latin American Music Review 21 (1): 16-30. [ behague ]

Berrian, Brenda F. 2000. Awakening Spaces: French Caribbean Popular Songs, Music, and Culture. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ixv, 287p., bibliog., discog., photos.

Brewer, Roy. 2000. "String Musicians in the Recording Studios of Memphis, Tennessee." Popular Music 19 (2): 201-215.

Brewer, Roy. 1999. "The Use of Habanera Rhythm in Rockabilly Music." American Music 17 (3): 300-317.

Browner, Tara. 2000. "Making and Singing Pow-wow Songs: Text, Form, and the Significance of Culture-based Analysis." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 214-233.

Bryant, Clora, Buddy Collette, William Green, Steven Isoardi, Jack Kelson, Horace Tapscott, Gerald Wilson, and Marl Young, eds. 1998. Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz in Los Angeles. Berkeley: University of California Press, 470 p., ill., maps.

Burr, Ramiro. 1999. The Billboard Guide to Tejano and Regional Mexican Music. New York: Watson-Guptill, 256 p., photos.

Butler, Mike. 1999. "'Luther King Was a Good Ole Boy': The Southern Rock Movement and White Male Identity in the Post-Civil Rights South." Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 41-61.

Charters, Samuel. 1999. The Day is Long and the Wages So Small: Music on a Summer Island. New York: Marion Boyars, 175 p., photos.

Clague, Mark. 1998. "Instruments of Identity: Alton Augustus Adams Sr., the Navy Band of the Virgin Islands, and the Sounds of Social Change." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 21-66.

Cockrell, Dale. 1997. Demons of Disorder: Early Blackface Minstrels and Their World. Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama. New York: Cambridge University Press, xx, 236 p., bibliog.

Dahl, Linda. 1999. Morning Glory: A Biography of Mary Lou Williams. New York: Pantheon, 463 p., bibliog., discog., photos.

DeVeaux, Scott. 1997. The Birth of Bebop: A Social and Musical History. Berkeley: University of California Press, xv, 572 p., ill., bibliog., discog.

Deffaa, Chip. 2000. Blue Rhythms: Six Lives in Rhythm and Blues. Boulder, CO: Da Capo Press, xvi, 301 p.

DjeDje, Jacqueline Cogdell. 1998. "Remembering Kojo: History, Music, and Gender in the January Sixth Celebration of the Jamaican Accompong Maroons." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 67-120.

Dougan, John. 1999. "The Mistakes of Yesterday, the Hopes of Tomorrow: Prison, Pop Music, and the Prisonaires." American Music 17 (4): 447-468.

Douglas, Anne. 1997. "Siblings and Mongrels: The Tensions and Triumphs of Black-Jewish Musical Mixing." CommonQuest 2 (1): 6-15.

Duffett, Mark. 2000. "Going Down Like a Song: National Identity, Global Commerce and the Great Canadian Party." Popular Music 19 (1): 1-11.

Einhorn, Lois J. 2000. The Native American Oral Tradition: Voices of the Spirit and Soul. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, xx, 163 p., bibliog.

Esterrich, Carmelo, and Javier H. Murillo. 2000. "Rock with Punk with Pop with Folklore: Transformations and Renewal in Aterciopelados and Café Tacuba." Latin American Music Review 21 (1): 31-44. [ cafe ]

Fikentscher, Kai. 2000. "You Better Work!": Underground Dance Music in New York City. Hanover: Wesleyan University Press, xv, 159 p., bibliog.

Fontes, Maria Helena Sansao. 1999. Sem fantasia: masculino-feminino em Chico Buarque. Rio de Janeiro: Graphia, viii, 191 p., bibliog.

Gay, Leslie, Jr. 1999. "Before the Deluge: The Technoculture of Song-Sheet Publishing Viewed from Late Nineteenth-Century Galveston." American Music 17 (4): 396-421.

Gerstin, Julian. 1998. "Interaction and Improvisation Between Dancers and Drummers in Martinican Bèlè." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 121-166. [ bele ]

Giuliano, Geoffrey. 2000. Lennon in America: Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries, 1971-1980. New York: Cooper Square Press, xiii, 270 p., bibliog, discog., photos.

Goertzen, Chris. 2001. "Powwows and Identity on the Piedmont and Coastal Plains of North Carolina." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 58-88.

Greene, Oliver N. 1998. "The Dügü Ritual of the Garinagu of Belize: Reinforcing Values of Society through Music and Spirit Possession." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 167-182. [ dugu ]

Haslam, Gerald. 1999. Workin' Man Blues: Country Music in California. Berkeley: University of California Press, 392 p., bibliog., photos.

Hill, Donald R. 1998. "West African and Haitian Influences on the Ritual and Popular Music of Carriacou, Trinidad, Cuba." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 183-202.

Johnson, Jerah. 2000. "Jim Crow Laws of the 1890s and the Origins of New Orleans Jazz: Correction of an Error." Popular Music 19 (2): 243-251.

Johnson, John Andrew. 1999. "William Dawson, 'The New Negro,' and His Folk Idiom." Black Music Research Journal 19 (1): 43-60.

Kenney, William Howland. 1999. Recorded Music in American Life: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, 1890-1945. New York: Oxford University Press, xix, 258 p.

Kubik, Gerhard. 1998. "Analogies and Differences in African-American Musical Cultures across the Hemisphere: Interpretive Models Research Strategies." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 203-228.

Leu, Lorraine. 2000. "'Raise Yuh Hand, Jump Up and Get on Bad!': New Developments in Soca Music in Trinidad." Latin American Music Review 21 (1): 45-58.

Lhamon, W.T. 1998. Raising Cain: Blackface Performance from Jim Crow to Hip Hop. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 270 p., bibliog.

Loeffler, James Benjamin. 1997. A Gilgul fun a Ningun: Jewish Musicians in New York, 1881-1945. Harvard Judaica Collection Student Research Papers. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard College Library, 63 p., bibliog.

Manuel, Peter. 2000. East Indian Music in the West Indies: Tan-Singing, Chutney, and the Making of Indo-Caribbean Culture. Studies in Latin American and Caribbean Music. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, xxiii, 252 p., bibliog., discog., ill., + 1 compact disc.

McCracken, Allison. 1999. "'God's Gift to Us Girls': Crooning, Gender, and the Re-Creation of American Popular Song, 1928-1933." American Music 17 (4): 365-395.

Miller, Leta E., and Fredric Liberman. 1999. "Lou Harrison and the American Gamelan." American Music 17 (2): 146-178.

Miranda, Rolando Delgado. 1999. "Fifty Years at the Service of Cuban Music." IASA Journal 14: 53-56.

Morris, Mitchell. 2000. "Kansas and the Prophetic Tone." American Music 18 (1): 1-38.

Murray, Charles Shaar. 2000. Boogie Man: The Adventures of John Lee Hooker in the American Twentieth-Century. New York: St. Martin's Press, x, 499 p., photos.

Napolitano, Marcos. 2000. "'Já temos um passado': 40 anos do LP Chega de Saudade." Latin American Music Review 21 (1): 59-65. [ ja ]

Nicholls, David. 1999. "Reaching Beyond the West: Asian Resonances in American Radicalism." American Music 17 (2): 125-128.

Noe, George T., and Danile L. Most. 1999. Chris J. Knutsen from Harp Guitars to the New Hawaiian Family History & Development of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Everett, WA: Noe Enterprises.

Oja, Carol. J. 1999. "Dane Rudhyar's Vision of American Dissonance." American Music 17 (2): 129-145.

Padura Fuentes, Leonardo. 1999. Los rostros de la salsa. Mexico: Planeta Mexicana, 259 p., discog., photos.

Pena, Manuel. 1999. The Mexican American Orquesta: Music, Culture & the Dialectic of Conflict. Austin: University of Texas Press, xii, 350 p., bibliog., discog., ill.

Panetta, Vincent J. 2000. "'For Godsake Stop!': Improvised Music in the Streets of New Orleans, ca.1890." Musical Quarterly 84 (1):5-29.

Perlove, Nina. 2000. "Inherited Sound Images: Native American Exoticism in Aaron Copland's Duo for Flute and Piano." American Music 18 (1):50-77.

Porter, Eric. 1999. "'Dizzy Atmosphere': The Challenge of Bebop." American Music 17 (4): 422-446.

Powers, David M. 1998. "The French Musical Theater: Maintaining Control in Caribbean Colonies in the Eighteenth Century." Black Music Research Journal 18 (1-2): 229-240.

Quintero Rivera, Ángel G. 1999. ¡Salsa, sabor y control!: Sociología de la música "tropical." Mexico: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, 2nd ed., 390 p., bibliog., discog., photos. [ angel sociologia musica ]

Regis, Louis. 1999. The Political Calypso: True Opposition in Trinidad and Tobago 1962-1987. Barbados: Press University of the West Indies; Gainesvillle, Fla.: University Press of Florida, xiii, 277 p., bibliog.

Rommen, Timothy. 1999. "Home Sweet Home: Junkanoo as National Discourse in the Bahamas." Black Music Research Journal 19 (1): 71-92.

Rosalsky, Mitch. 2000. Encyclopedia of Rhythm & Blues and Doo-Wop Vocal Groups. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xv, 702 p., photos.

Rouse, Marilyn A. 2000. Jamaican Folk Music: A Synthesis of Many Cultures. Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, xv, 305 p., bibliog.

Shirley, Wayne D. 1999. "Religion in Rhythm: William Grant Still's Orchestrations for Willard Robison's Deep River Hour." Black Music Research Journal 19 (1): 1-41.

Smith, Richard D. 2000. Can't You Hear Me Callin': The Life of Bill Monroe, Father of Bluegrass. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, xviii, 363 p., bibliog.

Smith, Suzanne E. 1999. Dancing in the Street: Motown and the Cultural Politics of Detroit. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 319 p., bibliog.

Solomon, Thomas. 2000. "Dueling Landscapes: Singing Places and Identities in Highland Bolivia." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 257-280.

Stamper, Pete. 1999. It All Happened in Renfro Valley. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, xx, 241 p.

Stolzoff, Norman. 2000. Wake the Town & Tell the People: Dancehall Culture in Jamaica. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, xxviii, 298 p., ill., bibliog.

Studwell, William E., and Mark Baldin. 2000. The Big Band Reader: Songs Favored by Swing Era Orchestras and Other Popular Ensembles. New York: Haworth Press, xvi, 308 p., bibliog.

Tracy, Steven C., ed. 1999. Write Me a Few of Your Lines: A Blues Reader. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, xvi, 603 p., discog.

Troupe, Quincy. 2000. Miles and Me. Berkeley: University of California Press, 189 p., ill.

Tucker, Mark, ed. 1999. "New Perspectives on Thelonious Monk." Special issue of Black Music Research Journal 19, no. 2. Contents:

  • New Monastery: Monk and the Jazz Avant-Garde / Robin D.G. Kelley (135-168)
  • "Nice Work If You Can Get It": Thelonious Monk and Popular Song / Scott DeVeaux (169-186)
  • Monk Meets SNCC / Ingrid Monson (187-200)
  • Misterioso / Sascha Feinstein (201-205)
  • Evidence: Monk as Documentary Subject / Krin Gabbard (207-225)
  • Mainstreaming Monk: The Ellington Album / Mark Tucker (227-244)
  • A Selection of Monk Sources / Rob van der Bliek (245-252)

Tucker, Sherrie. 1999. "The Prairie View Co-Eds: Black College Women Musicians in Class and on the Road during World War II." Black Music Research Journal 19 (1): 93-126.

Tucker, Sherrie. 2000. Swing Shift: 'All-Girl' Bands of the 1940s. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, ix, 413 p., bibliog., photos.

Ullestad, Neal. 1999. "American Indian Rap and Reggae: Dancing 'To the Beat of a Different Drummer.'" Popular Music and Society 23 (2): 63-90.

Vélez, María Teresa. 2000. Drumming for the Gods: The Life and Times of Felipe García Villamil. Studies in Latin American and Caribbean Music. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 210 p., bibliog., photos. [ velez maria ]

Vernon, Paul. 1999. African-American Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Gospel and Zydeco on Film and Video, 1926-1997. Aldershot: Ashgate, xvii, 421 p., bibliog.

Wade, Peter. 2000. Music, Race, & Nation: Música Tropical in Colombia. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, x, 323 p., bibliog., map, music, photos. [ musica ]

Welch, Allison. 1999. "Meetings Along the Edge: Svara and Tala in American Minimal Music." American Music 17 (2): 179-200.

Wolfe, Charles K, and James E. Akenson, eds. 2000. Country Music Annual. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 175 p. Contents:

  • "Your Inner Voice that Comes from God": Country Singers' Attitudes Toward the Sacred / Ted Olson (4-21)
  • Nashville Sound-Era Studio Musicians / Morris S. Levy (22-29)
  • Careers in Country Music / Charles Faupel, with Ray and Carolyn Wix (30-45)
  • Figure It Out: The Linguistic Turn in Country Music / Jimmie N. Rogers and Miller Williams (46-56)
  • Country Music Battles Religion in Lee Smith's The Devil's Dream / Rebecca Smith (57-74)
  • Minnie Pearl and Southern Humor in Country Entertainment / Kristine Fredriksson (75-88)
  • In Search Fiddlin' Sam Long of the Ozarks / W.K. McNeil (89-100)
  • Mandolins and Metaphors: Red Rector's Musical Aesthetics / Francesca McLean McCrossan (101-111)
  • Songwriter's Signature, Artist's Imprint: The Metric Structure of a Country Song / Jocelyn Neal (112-140)
  • Queer Country, Line Dance Nazis, and a Hollywood Barndance: Country Music and the Struggle for Identity in Los Angeles, California / Amy R. Corin (141-150)
  • Teaching Country Music / James E. Akenson (151-172)

Young, Alan. 1997. Woke Me Up This Morning: Black Gospel Singers and the Gospel Life. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, xxxvi, 320 p., ill., bibliog.

Asia & Oceania

Babiracki, Carol. 2000-2001. "'Saved by the Dance': The Movement for Autonomy in Jharkhand." Asian Music 32 (1): 35-58.

Booth, Gregory. 2000. "Religion, Gossip, Narrative Conventions and the Construction of Meaning in Hindi Film Songs." Popular Music 19 (2): 125-145.

Braun, Joachim. 1999. Die Musikkultur Altisraels/Palästinas: Studien zu archäologischen, schriftlichen und vergleichenden Quellen. Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis. Freiburg: Universitätsverlag, xi, 388 p., bibliog. [ palastinas archaologischen universitatsverlag ]

Davis, Sara. 2000. "Zhangkhap Singers of Yunnan Province." Chinese Music 23 (1): 12-15.

Duncan, Stephen F. 1999. A Genre in Hindusthani Music (Bhajans) as Used in the Roman Catholic Church. Roman Catholic Studies. Lewiston, New York; Queenston, Ontario; Lampeter, Ceredigion, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, viii, 133 p., bibliog.

Dunham, Mary Frances. 1997. Jarigan, Muslim Epic Songs of Bangladesh. Dhaka: University Press, xxii, 370 p., 1 cassette.

Erguner, Kudsi. 2000. "Le flutiste soufi ou le voyage de l'ame." [The Sufi Flutist, or, The Voyage of the Soul.] Resonance 28: 13-14.

Escot, Pozzi, ed. 2000. "Korea Past and Present." Sonus: A Journal of Investigations into Global Musical Possibilities 20 (2). Contents:

  • Man Zhong Kuai Musical Form in Chinese and Korean Music / In-Pyong Chun (5-15)
  • Perspectives on Musicology in Korea / Oh-Sung Kwon (17-27)
  • Korean Contemporary Music: A Brief History / Jae-Sung Park (29-35)
  • Some Aspects of 18-Tone Composition / Eugene Lee (37-55)
  • Pookchung Lion Dance Music / Yong-Shik Lee (57-67)

Ghosh, Suman. 2000. "Impact of the Recording Industry on Hindustani Classical Music in the Last Hundred Years." IASA Journal 15: 12-19.

Gibbs, Jason. 2000. "Spoken Theater, La Scène Tonkinoise, and the First Modern Vietnamese Songs." Asian Music 31 (2): 1-33. [ scene ]

Henry, Edward O. 2000. "Folk Song Genres and Their Melodies in India: Music Use and Genre Process." Asian Music 31 (2): 71-106.

Ho, Edward. 1999. "Yangquin in Sichuan Qinshu Narrative Song. I-II." Chinese Music 22 (3): 54-58 (Part 1); 22 (4): 67-76 (Part 2).

Homan, Shane. 2000. "Losing the Local: Sydney and the Ox Rock Tradition." Popular Music 19 (1): 31-49.

Hao Huang. 1998. "Border Crossings: ROCKing the Great Wall." Parts 2 & 3. Chinese Music 21 (2): 36-40 (Part 2); 21 (3): 55-59 (Part 3).

Jähnichen, Gisa. 1997. Studien zu traditionellen vietnamesischen Instrumentalpraktiken des há a dào und des ca vong cô. Schriften und Dokumente zur Politik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Vietnams. Berlin: Deutsch-Vietnamesische Gesellschaft e.V., 2 vols. (446 p.), bibliog. [ jahnichen ha dao co ]

Jones, Stephen. 1999. "Chinese Ritual Music under Mao and Deng." British Journal of Ethnomusicology 8: 27-66.

Knight, Roderic. 2000-2001. "The Bana, Epic Fiddle of Central India." Asian Music 32 (1): 101-140.

Koch, Grace. 1999. "Sources of Early Ethnographic Recordings in Australia." IASA Journal 14: 23-29.

Kuppuswami, T.V. 1999. Situating Sound and Rhythm: Music of Tamil Nadu. New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House, 162 p., bibliog.

Lath, Mukund. 1998. Transformation as Creation: Essays in the History, Theory and Aesthetics of Indian Music, Dance and Theatre (Volume 1: Essays in English). New Delhi: Aditya Prakashan, x, 359 p.

Lee, Tong Soon. 2000. "Professional Chinese Opera Troupes and Street Opera Performance in Singapore." Asian Music 31 (2): 35.70.

Mackinlay, Elizabeth. 1999. "Music for Dreaming: Aboriginal Lullabies in the Yanyuwa Community at Borroloola, Northern Territory." British Journal of Ethnomusicology 8: 97-111.

McLean, Mervyn. 1995. An Annotated Bibliography of Oceanic Music and Dance, 2nd ed. Auckland: Archive of Maori and Pacific Music, Anthropology Dept., University of Auckland, 252 p.

Mei-Fung, A. Kang Chi. 1998. "A Performance Guide for Contemporary Chinese Arts Songs in Mandarin Chinese. I-II." Chinese Music 21 (3): 47-54 (Part 1); 21 (4): 68-75 (Part 2).

Mei-Fung, A. Kang Chi. 1999. "A Performance Guide for Contemporary Chinese Art Songs in Mandarin Chinese. III." Chinese Music 22 (1): 12-18.

Naroditskaya, Inna. 2000. "Azerbaijanian Female Musicians: Women's Voices Defying and Defining the Culture." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 234-256.

Pesch, Ludwig. 1999. The Illustrated Companion to South Indian Classical Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press, xvii, 376 p., bibliog.

Picken, Laurence E.R., and Noël J. Nickson, with Nicholas Gray, Okamoto Miyoko, and Robert Walker. 2000. Music from the Tang Court, v. 7: Some Ancient Connections Explored. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiii, 313 p., bibliog., music. Contents:

  • How the Togaku Repertory Was Acquired by the Japanese; and the Processes of 'Acculturation' That Followed Its Acquisition / Laurence Picken (1-48)
  • In Search of the Music of Pre-Nara Japan / Laurence Picken, Noël Nickson and Okamoto Miyoko (49-77)
  • 'Old Music', 'New Music', and Other Classificatory Terms in the Musical Vocabularies of Late Nara, and Heian, Japan / Laurence Picken (78-99)
  • Locational and Functional Names of Notes in Modal Note-Sets Across Eurasia / Laurence Picken and Noël Nickson (100-184)
  • Modal Note-Sets and Related Matters in Ancient China; in Ancient and Modern India and Persia; in Ancient Greece / Laurence Picken (185-251)
  • The Modal System of Togaku as a Vestige of the 28 Mode-Keys of the Tang Inheritance: Different Modes with Like Finals; Like Modes with Different Finals / Laurence Picken (252-262)
  • Parallels in the Organization of Music in Time in Indonesia, Ancient India and Ancient China / Laurence Picken, Nicholas Gray and Robert Walker (263-285)

[ noel ]

Poché , Christian, and Jean Lambert. 2000. Musiques du monde arabe et musulman: Bibliographie et discographie. Paris: Librairie orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 405 pp., bibliog., discog., index. [ poche ]

Racy, Ali Jihad. 2000. "The Many Faces of Improvisation: The Arab Taqsim as a Musical Symbol." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 302-320.

Rasmussen, Anne K. 2001 "The Qur'ân in Indonesian Daily Life: The Public Project of Musical Oratory." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 30-57. [ quran an ]

Roche, David. 2000-2001. "The Dhak, Devi Amba's Hourglass Drum in Tribal Southern Rajasthan, India." Asian Music 32 (1): 59-99.

Serper, Zvika. 2000. "Kotoba ('Sung' Speech) in Japanese No Theater: Gender Distinctions in Structure and Performance." Asian Music 31 (2): 129-166.

Shang, Fen-dou, and Sin-yan Shen. 1999. "Suona of Eastern Gansu." Chinese Music 22 (2): 24-26.

Shao, Ying. 1999. "Listening to Lu Chun-ling and Remembering Feng Zi-cun: Reflections on Chinese Music in the 20th Century." Chinese Music 22 (2): 29-32.

Shen, Jian. 1998. "The Radiative Pattern of Acoustical Energy of the Erhu." Chinese Music 21 (2): 30-35.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1998. "The Music of the Erhu: A Comprehensive Survey." Chinese Music 21 (2): 24-29 (Part 1); 21 (3): 43-46.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1998. "The Tantiao Strings." Chinese Music 21 (4): 76, 79.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1998. "Xianzi & Pipa." Chinese Music 21 (4): 63-67.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1999. "Li Jinghui and The Little Artist." Chinese Music 22 (1): 19-20.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1999. "Music for the Mind Versus Consumer Music: Is Chinese Music Different?" Chinese Music 22 (3): 44-51.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1999. "A New Look at the Ancient Round Lute: The Ruan." Chinese Music 22 (2): 36-39.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1999. "Qing Zhu & I Live at the Source of the Yangzi River." Chinese Music 22 (4): 64-66.

Shen, Sin-yan. 1999. "Yangqin: The Indispensible Harmonizer." Chinese Music 22 (1): 11.

Shen, Sin-yan. 2000. "The Artistic Pathways of the Chinese Music: On the A Bing System." Chinese Music 23 (2): 24-30; 32-35.

Shen, Sin-yan. 2000. "Galloping on the Prairie and Ma-An Mountain Overture: The Brilliance of He Wu-qi." Chinese Music 23 (1): 4-11.

Shiloah, Amnon, ed. 1997. "The Performance of Jewish and Arab Music in Israel Today." Two-part feature in Musical Performance: An International Journal (vol. 1, nos. 2 and 3). Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 2 vols., 1 compact disc. Partial contents:

Part 1

  • Performers Between East and West: Ideology and Reality in the Yishuv / Jehoash Hirshberg (5-13)
  • Havurot Hazemer in Israel: A Unique Sociomusicological Phenomenon / Natan Shahar (15-33)
  • The Performance of Arab Music in Israel / Suheil Radwan (35-49)
  • Ashkenazi Liturgical Music in Israel Today / Raymond Goldstein (51-63)
  • Music and Cantillation in the Sephardi Synagogue / Ezra Barnea (65-79)

Part 2

  • Singing Yiddish Songs in Israel / Gila Flam (1-7)
  • The Performance of the Judeo-Spanish Repertoire / Susana Weich-Shahak (9-25)
  • Performance in Disputed Territory: Israeli Mediterranean Music / Amy Horowitz (43-53)
  • Belly Dancing in Israel / Galit Einav-Nissinbaum (55-67)

Spittle, G. W. 1997. Counting the Beat: A History of New Zealand Song. Wellington: GP Publications, 140 p.

Stock, Cheryl. 1999. "Moving Bodies Across Cultures: An Analysis of a Vietnamese/Australian Dance and Music Project." Australasian Drama Studies 34: 46-67.

Su, Xiao. 1999. "Southern Music Horizontal Pipa." Chinese Music 22 (2): 34-35.

Summerfield, Anne et al., eds. 1999. Walk in Splendor: Ceremonial Dress and the Minangkabau. UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History Textile Series. Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 362 p., ill., bibliog.

Tan, Sooi Beng. 2000. "The Huayue Tuan (Chinese Orchestra) in Malaysia: Adapting to Survive." Asian Music 31 (2): 107-128.

Tenzer, Michael. 2000. Gamelan Gong Kebyar: The Art of Twentieth-Century Balinese Music. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xxv, 492 p., bibliog., ill.

Terada, Yoshitaka. 2000. "T. N. Rajarattinam Pillai and Caste Rivalry in South Indian Classical Music." Ethnomusicology 44 (3): 460-490.

Tuohy, Sue. 2001. "The Sonic Dimensions of Nationalism in Modern China: Musical Representation and Transformation." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 107-131.

Wang, Tiechui. 1999. "The Teaching of Wind Instruments and Propagation of Ensemble Music in Hebei Chuige Wind Song." Chinese Music 22 (4): 76-78.

Wolf, Richard Kent. 2000-2001. "Mourning Songs and Human Pasts among the Kotas of South India." Asian Music 32 (1): 141-183.

Wolf, Richard Kent. 2000-2001. "Three Perspectives on Music and the Idea of Tribe in India." Asian Music 32 (1): 5-34.

Yasuda, Kyo. 1999. "Javanese Dance and Music Performance at the Paris Exposition of 1889" [in Japanese; English summary]. Southeast Asian Studies 36 (4): 505-24.

Ye, Gan-lin. 1999. "Restudy of Numerical Characteristics of Chinese Folk Songs." Chinese Music 22 (1): 4-10.

Europe

Austerlitz, Paul. 2000. "Birch-Bark Horns and Jazz in the National Imagination: The Finnish Folk Music Vogue in Historical Perspective." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 183-213.

Castelli, Vittorio. 1998. "I Primi Contatti Dell' Italia con la musica 'jazz.'" "Jazz in Italy: An Overview." International Jazz Archives Journal 2 (1): 118-128 (Italian version); 129-138 (English version).

Cooley, Timothy J. 1998. "Authentic Troupes and Inauthentic Tropes: Performance Practice in Gorale Music." Polish Music Journal 1 (1). Available: http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/PMJ.

Currid, Brian. 2000. "A Song Goes 'round the World': The German Schlager as an Organ of Experience." Popular Music 19 (2): 147-180.

Frost, Edgar L. 1998. "Words and Melodies from the Russian Empire: Russian-American Songwriters and Their Influence on American Popular Music, 1900-1933." Russian Language Journal = Russkii iazyk = Etudes de russe 52 (171-173): 281-290.

Hickey, Donal. 1999. Stone Mad for Music: The Sliabh Luachra Story. Dublin: Marino, 222 p.

Ivancan, Ivan. 1999. Narodni plesni obicaji Podravine, 3: Plesovi i plesni obicaji Koprivnice i okolice. Zagreb: Institut z etnologiju i folkloristiku, 299 p., bibliog., photos, music.

Järviluoma, Helmi. 2000. "From Manchuria to the Tradition Village: On the Contruction of Place via Pelimanni Music." Popular Music 19 (1): 101-124. [ jarviluoma ]

Khan, Naseem. 1997. "South Asian Dance in Britain 1960-1995." Choreography and Dance - An International Journal 4 (2): 25-30.

Lanier, S.C. 1999. "'It Is New-strung and shan't be heard': Nationalism and Memory in the Irish Harp Tradition." British Journal of Ethnomusicology 8: 1-26.

McCann, Anthony. 2001. "All That is Not Given is Lost: Irish Traditional Music, Copyright, and Common Proper." Ethnomusicology 45 (1): 89-106.

McLaughlin, Noel, and Martin McLoone. 2000. "Hybridity and National Musics: The Case of Irish Rock Music." Popular Music 19 (2): 181-199.

Magrini, Tullia. 2000. "Manhood and Music in Western Crete: Contemplating Death." Ethnomusicology 44 (3): 429-459.

Nelson, Amy. 2000. "The Struggle for Proletarian Music: RAPM and the Cultural Revolution." Slavic Review 59 (1): 101-132.

Pennanen, Risto Pekka. 1999. Westernisation and Modernisation in Greek Popular Music. Tampere: University of Taampere, 203 p.

Piatkowski, Dionizy. 1998. "Z Jazzowej Perspektywy." "From a Jazz Perspective--A History of Jazz in Poland." International Jazz Archives Journal 2 (1): 40-48 (Polish version); 49-58 (English version).

Porter, James, ed. 1997. Folklore and Traditional Music in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Proceedings of a one-day conference, May 16, 1994, sponsored by the Department of Ethnomusicology and the Center for European and Russian Studies, under the auspices of the International Studies and Overseas Programs, UCLA. Los Angeles: UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology. Contents:

  • Communism and Folklore / Izaly Zemtsovsky and Alma Kunanbaeva (3-23)
  • Is Folklore Ever Innocent? / Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett (24-27)
  • Thoughts on Zemtsovsky's and Kunanbaeva's "Communism and Folklore." / Mark Slobin (28-31)
  • The Historical Paradoxes of Soviet Folklore and Folkloristics: A Response to Zemtsovsky and Kunanbaeva / Irina Gutkin (32-41)
  • On Reading Three Responses / Izaly Zemtsovsky (42-44)
  • The Status of Traditional Music in Eastern Europe / Ankica Petrovic (49-59)
  • Comments on the Study and Practice of Ethnomusicology in Eastern Europe / Carol Silverman (60-64)
  • Bulgarian Folkloristics and Ethnomusicology at and after the Fall of Communism / Timothy Rice (65-77)
  • Response to Ankica Petrovic / Magda Zelinska-Ferl (78-86)
  • Reply to Silverman, Rice, and Zelinska-Ferl / Ankica Petrovic (87-90)
  • Closing Comments / Ronelle Alexander (91-93)

Quabeck, Markus. 2000. Universitäres Musizieren in Deutschland. Studium Universale. Bonn: Bouvier Verlag, 250 p., bibliog., ill. [ universitares ]

Reuer, Bruno B., ed. 1999. Musik im Umbruch: Kulturelle Identität und gesellschaftlicher Wandel in Südosteuropa [New Countries, Old Sounds?: Cultural Identity and Social Change in Southeastern Europe.] Veröffentlichungen des Südostdeutschen Kulturwerks, Reihe B; Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten, 85. Munich: Verlag Südostdeutsches Kulturwerk, 408 p., music. Contents:

  • (Ab)Stimmen der Völker in Liedern -- Musik bei der Neubelebung der Frömmigkeit in Südosteuropa / Philip V. Bohlman (25-44)
  • The Influence of Social Change on the Musical Tradition of the Yugoslav Romanians / Nice Fracile (45-58)
  • Kroaten, Bosnier und Roma als Minderheiten in Österreich / Ursula Hemetek (59-74)
  • The Role of International "Gypsy Music" in the Development of the Ethnic Musical Culture of the Gypsies in Hungary / (75-90)
  • Influences of Other Peoples' Music on Eastern Ostyak Folk Songs / Katalin Lázár (91-98)
  • Ethnic Groups, Political Borders and Regional Identity in Istria (99-108)
  • Slowaken in Slawonien (Kroatien) und Kroaten in der Umgebung von Bratislava (Slowakei). Vergleich der Volksliedtraditionen von zwei ethnischen Gruppen / Jadranka Vazanova-Horakova (109-119)
  • Musik in Albanien vor und nach der Wende 1991 / Bruno B. Reuer (123-133)
  • Mediated Albanian Musics and the Imagining of Modernity / Jane C. Sugarman (134-154)
  • "Ethnische Säuberung" der traditionellen Musik und Zerfall der multikulturellen Gesellschaft in Bosnien am Beispiel städtischer Musik / Sofija Bajrektarevic (155-163)
  • Democracy or "Crazyocracy"? Pirin Folk Music and Sociocultural Change in Bulgaria / Donna A. Buchanan (164-177)
  • Zur Situation der bulgarischen Musik nach 1989 / Jana Karastojanova (178-186)
  • The Revision of Bulgarian Folkloristics and Folk Music Research in the Post-Communist Period (1990-1996) / Timothy Rice
  • Über einen neuen Prozeß in der Entwicklung der Volksmusik während der Wandeljahre in Bulgarien / Maria Samokovlieva (203-209)
  • Die gemeinschaftsbildende Kraft von Lied, Musik und Tanz in den ungarndeutschen Gemeinden / Erzsébet Hajdú (210-227)
  • Probleme und Tendenzen in der Entwicklung der Musikkultur der Schmarzmeerdeutschen / Natalie Köln (228-237)
  • The Black-Sea Region Germans and Their Music in Terms of Ethnocultural Development / Sergey Shyp (238-248)
  • Modell einer musikalischen Adaptation bei einer ungarischsprachigen Gruppe: Melodien deutschen Ursprungs bei Széklern aus der Bukowina / Lujza Tari (249-264)
  • The Ethnic Greek Minority in Albania and Musical Differentiations Since the Opening of the Border / Nikos Dionyssopoulos (265-271)
  • Identität im Wandel: Neue Tendenzen in der griechischen Popularmusik / Katerina Pavlakis (272-280)
  • Musical Reflections on Politics and War. An Ethnomusicologist in Croatia in the 1990s / Svanibor Pettan (281-292)
  • Old Sounds in the Transition Town / Marin Marian Balasa (293-306)
  • Siebenbürgische Volksmusik -- gestern und heute / István Almási (309-314)
  • Die Volksmusik der Moldau-Ungarn / Maria Domokos (315-324)
  • Musik und Politik entlang der Donau. Die Musik-geschichten einer bunten europäischen Region / Franz Metz (325-340)
  • The Tárogató and Central Eastern Europe / János Pap (341-352)
  • Close Relationships Between Pieces in Loannes Caioni's Manuscripts and Folk Music / Pál Richter (353-367)"Mit der Harfe die Dirne beschwert". Die böhmischen Harfenmädchen des 19. Jahrhunderts / Nancy Thym-Hochrein (368-377)
  • Dokumentation balkanischer Musiktraditionen in Deutschland. Aus den historischen Schallaufnahmen der Preußischen Phonographischen Kommission 1915-1919 / Susanne Ziegler (378-393)

[ sudosteuropa frommigkeit osterreich stadtischer uber prozess wahrend erzsebet hajdu koln szeklern identitat siebenburgische istvan almasi tarogato janos bohmischen harfenmadchen ]

Sant Cassia, Paul. 2000. "Exoticizing Discoveries and Extraordinary Experiences: "Traditional" Music, Modernity, and Nostalgia in Malta and Other Mediterranean Societies." Ethnomusicology 44 (2): 281-301.

Stanic, Inja. 1997. "Folk Influences on the Contemporary Piano Compositions of Two Yugoslav Composers: Vojin Komadina and Ivan Jevtic." International Journal of Musicology 6: 221-229.

Tournès, Ludovic. 1999. New Orleans sur Seine: Histoire du jazz en France. Paris: Fayard, 501 p., discog. [ tournes ]

Tsenova, Valeria, ed. 1997. Underground Music from the Former USSR. Trans. From the Russian by Romela Kohanovskaya. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Harwood Academic, vi, 265 p.

Sign In


Forgot your password?

Haven't joined SEM yet?

Featured News