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Current Bibliography, Vol. 47, No. 2 (Summer 2003)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

Included in this issue is a bibliography of English language publications by ethnomusicologists and ethnochoreologists working at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb (Croatia), covering the years 1998-2002. Compiled by Mojca Piskor (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, University of Zagreb).

Editor's note: in order to aid searching, names and terms that have been coded to display diacriticals have been appended to the entry in brackets without diacriticals.

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Allsup, Randall Everett. 2003. "Transformational education and critical music pedagogy: examining the link between culture and learning." Music Education Research 5 (1): 5-12.

Anderson, Ben. 2002. "A principle of hope: recorded music, listening practices and the immanence of utopia." Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 84 (3): 211-227.

Bennett, Andy. 2002. "Researching youth culture and popular music: a methodological critique." British Journal of Sociology 53 (3): 451-466.

Calenge, Pierric. 2002. "Territories of innovation: the transformation of the music industry networks." Geographie, Economie, Societe 4 (1): 37-56.

Chiang, Eric and Djeto Assane. 2002. "Copyright piracy on the university campus: trends and lessons from the software and music industries." The International Journal on Media Management 4 (3): 145-149.

d'Errico, Francesco, et al. 2003. "Archaeological evidence for the emergence of language, symbolism, and music: an alternative multidisciplinary perspective." Journal of World Prehistory 17 (1): 1-70.

Dils, Ann and Ann Cooper Albright, eds. 2003. Moving History/Dancing Cultures: a Dance History Reader. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press ; distributed by University Press of New England. 544 pp. 55 illus.

Eyerman, Ron. 2002. "Music in movement: cultural politics and old and new social movements." Qualitative Sociology 25 (3): 443-458.

Fahy, T. 2003. "Killer culture: classical music and the art of killing in Silence of the Lambs and Se7en." Journal of Popular Culture 37 (1): 28-42.

Fornäs, Johan. 2002. "The words of music." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 37-51. [ Fornas ]

Frith, Simon. 2002. "Music and everyday life." Critical Quarterly 44 (1): 35-48.

Gander, Jonathan and Alison Rieple. 2002. "Inter-organisational relationships in the worldwide popular recorded music industry." Creativity and Innovation Management 11 (4): 248-254.

Hennion, Antoine. 2001. "Music lovers: taste as performance." Theory, Culture & Society 18 (5): 1-22.

Hutnyk, John and Sanjay Sharma. 2000. "Music & politics: an introduction." Theory, Culture & Society 17 (3): 55-63.

Jones, Steve. 2002. "Music that moves: popular music, distribution and network technologies." Cultural Studies 16 (2): 213-232.

Li, Joanna. 2000. "Wax cylinders: gems from the early twentieth century." ACMR Reports 13: 59-70.

Madsen, C. K. and W. E. Goins. 2002. "Internal and external locus of control — music populations." Journal of Music Therapy 39 (4): 265-274.

Mera, Miguel. 2002. "Is funny music funny? Contexts and case studies of film music humor." Journal of Popular Music Studies 14 (2): 91-113.

Mercier, Vlasta and Beat W. Hohmann. 2002. "Is electronically amplified music too loud? What do young people think?" Noise and Health 4 (1): 47-55.

Molteni, Luca and Andrea Ordanini. 2003. "Consumption patterns, digital technology and music downloading." Long Range Planning 36 (4): 389-406.

"Special Issue: Fieldwork Impact." 2003. British Journal of Ethnomusicology 12 (1): 1-171. Contents:

  • Theorizing fieldwork impact: Malinowski, peasant-love, and friendship / Timothy Cooley (1-18)
  • Experiencing people: relationships, responsibility and reciprocity / Ruth Hellier-Tinoco (19-34)
  • Following in the footsteps of a giant / Richard Jones-Bamman (35-54)
  • Ethnographic reflections / Nadia Maryniak-Halstead (55-66)
  • On the playing fields of the world (and Corsica): politics, power, passion and polyphony / Caroline Bithell (67-96)
  • Fifteen fragments on my (field)work) / Goffredo Plastino (97-112)
  • Fieldwork in common places: an ethnographer's experiences in Tory Island / Lillis O Laoire (113-136)
  • The age of consent: traditional music, intellectual property and changing attitudes in the People's Republic of China / Helen Rees (137-171)
"Special section on music and politics." 2000. Theory, Culture & Society 17 (3): 55-184. Contents:
  • Music & politics: an introduction / John Hutnyk and Sanjay Sharma (55-63)
  • Sounds of whose underground? The fine tuning of diaspora in an age of mechanical reproduction / Koushik Banerjea (64-79)
  • Vilayeti rhythms: beyond bhangra's emblematic status to a translation of lyrical texts / Virinder S. Kalra (80-102)
  • 'So far so good ...': La Haine and the poetics of the everyday / Sanjay Sharma and Ashwani Sharma (103-116)
  • 'A love born of hate': autonomist rap in Italy / Steve Wright (117-135)
  • Music for Euro-Maoists: on the correct handling of contradictions among pop stars / John Hutnyk (136-158)
  • Jazzgeist: racial signs of twisted times / Raminder Kaur (159-180)
  • Theorizing music and the social: new approaches to understanding musical meaning in everyday life / Andy Bennett (181-184)
Vernallis, Carol. 2002. "The functions of lyrics in music video." Journal of Popular Music Studies 14/1: 11-31.

Young, Richard, ed. 2002. Music, Popular Culture, Identities. Amsterdam ; New York: Rodopi. (Critical Studies 19). Contents:

  • Richard Young / Introduction (1-7)
  • From cantautori to posse: sociopolitical discourse, engagement and antagonism in the Italian music scene from the 60s to the 90s / William Anselmi (9-36)
  • El corrido: identity, narrative, and central frontiers / Daniel F. Chamberlain (37-53)
  • A national rhythm: social dance and elite identity in Nineteenth-century Havana / John Charles Chasteen (55-73)
  • Globalization and identity: the discourse of popular music in the Caribbean / Catherine Den Tandt (75-88)
  • 'Keeping it real'?: African youth identities, and hip hop / Murray Forman (89-118)
  • 'I hate this fucking country': dealing with the global and the local in the Israeli extreme metal scene / Keith Kahn-Harris (119-136)
  • The idiocy of rural life: Boerenrock, The rural debate and the uses of identity / Henry Klumpenhouwer (137-163)
  • Rap, race, the "local," and urban geography in Amsterdam / Adam Krims (165-179)
  • Cannibalizing Bossa Nova / George Lang (181-197)
  • Who is the "other" in the Balkans? Local ethnic music as a different source of identities in Bulgaria / Claire Levy (199-212)
  • Back from Babylon: popular musical cultures of the diaspora, youth culture and identity in Francophone West Africa / Lisa Mcnee (213-228)
  • Identity politics and Iranian exile music videos / Hamid Naficy (229-247)
  • Vocal in-roads: flamenco, orality and postmodernity in Las 3000 Viviendas, Viejo Patio (Culcimer and EMI, 1999) / Parvati Nair (249-264)
  • Selena: two complementary cinematographic interpretations / Viviana Rangil (265-278)
  • 'The artist gathers the bones': the shamanic poetics of jazz discourse / Michael Frank Titlestad (279-294)
  • En Route to the Rainbow Nation: South African voices of resistance / Stella Viljoen (295-313)
Africa

Cummings, Melbourne S. and Abhik Roy. 2002. "Manifestations of Afrocentricity in rap music." Howard Journal of Communications 13 (1): 59-76.

Freund, Charles Paul. 2003. "Look who's rocking the casbah: the revolutionary implications of Arab music videos." Reason 35 (2): 50-55. Available online at http://www.reason.com/0306/cr.cf.look.shtml. (Accessed 15 June 2003).

Lucia, Christine. 2002. "Abdullah Ibrahim and the uses of memory," British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (2): 125-143.

Americas

Ahlkvist, Jarl A. and Robert Faulkner. 2002. "'Will this record work for us?': Managing music formats in commercial radio." Qualitative Sociology 25 (2): 189-215.

Bonniol, Marie-Pierre. 2002. "Sonic Youth, du style au geste ou la prétention esthétique d'un groupe de rock." Copyright Volume ! 1 (1): 61-80. [ pretention esthetique ]

Cvetkovich, Ann and Selena Wahng. 2002. "Don't stop the music: roundtable discussion with workers from the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 7 (1): 131-151.

Elfordy, Wilfried. 2002. "Le dub jamaïcain : du fond sonore au genre musical." Copyright Volume ! 1 (1): 39-46. [ jamaicain ]

Ferguson, H. 2002. "In search of bandhood: consultation with original music groups." Group 26 (4): 267-282.

Grossman, Maxine L. 2002. "Jesus, Mama, and the constraints on salvific love in contemporary country music." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 70 (1): 83-115.

Iyer, Vijay. 2002. "Embodied mind, situated cognition, and expressive microtiming in African-American music." Music Perception 19 (3): 387-414.

"Jazz fiction: an annotated bibliography." 2002. Annual Review of Jazz Studies 11.

Kun, Josh. 2002. "Two turntables and a social movement: writing hip-hop at century's end." American Literary History 14 (3): 580-592.

McCourt, Tom.; Burkhart P. J. 2003. "When creators, corporations and consumers collide: Napster and the development of on-line music distribution." Media, Culture & Society 25 (3): 333-350.

Neustadt, Robert. 2002. Buena Vista Social Club versus La Charanga Habanera: the politics of Cuban rhythm." Journal of Popular Music Studies 5/1: 139-162.

Pierrot, Grégory. 2003. "'Rock and a hard place': Last Exit to Brooklyn, New York, Selby et le rock." Copyright Volume ! 1 (2): 85-100. [ Gregory ]

Roscigno, Vincent J. and William F. Danaher. 2001. "Media and mobilization: the case of radio and southern textile worker insurgency, 1929 to 1934." American Sociological Review 66:21-48.

Roscigno, Vincent J., William F. Danaher and Erika Summers-Effler. 2002. "Music, culture and social movements: song and southern textile worker mobilization, 1929-1934." International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 22 (1)-3: 141-174.

Roy, William G. 2002. "Aesthetic identity, race, and American folk music." Qualitative Sociology 25 (3): 459-469.

Rustad, Robin A., at al. 2003. "The impact of rock videos and music with suicidal content on thoughts and attitudes about suicide." Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 33 (2): 120-131.

Schilt, Kristen. 2003. "'A little too ironic': the appropriation and packaging of Riot Grrrl politics by mainstream female musicians." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 5-16.

Smith Geoff. 2003. "Music and mondegreens: extracting meaning from noise." ELT Journal 57 (2): 113-121.

Takasugi, Fumiko. 2003. "The development of underground musicians in a Honolulu scene, 1995-1997." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 73-94.

Taylor, Timothy D. 2002. "Music and the rise of radio in 1920s America: technological imperialism, socialization, and the transformation of intimacy." Historical Journal Of Film, Radio and Television 22 (4): 425-443.

Teixeira, João Gabriel. C. 2003. "National identity in Brazilian popular music." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 31-36. [ Joao ]

Waters, Keith and Jason R. Titus. 2002. "Jazz bibliography from nonjazz journals." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 11.

Asia & Oceania

Brosicke, Blandina. 2000. "The ideal of sound in Fujian nanyin." CHIME Journal (14-15): 82-88.

Chiener, Chou. 2002. "Learning processes in the nanguan music of Taiwan," British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (2): 81-124

Dai, Xiaolian. 1998. "A study of the guqin piece Meihua san nong (Plum Blossom: Three Variations)." CHIME Journal (12-13): 124-141.

Du Yaxiong. 1998. "Shaonian, courtship songs from northwest China: a tradition shared by many ethnic groups." CHIME Journal (12-13): 70-86.

Du Yaxiong. 2000. "The principle of yijing. and the techniques of melodic development commonly used in traditional Chinese music." ACMR Reports 13: 1-20.

Du Yaxiong and Sun Hai. 1999. "The form of baban: a study in aesthetics." Music in China 1: 95-100.

Duchesne, Isabelle. 1999. "The concept of weir — 'Flavour/taste' in the vocal music of Jingxi (Peking opera)." CHIME Journal (12-13): 8-28.

Dunbar-Hall, Peter. 2003. "Tradisi and turisme: music, dance, and cultural transformation at the Ubud Palace, Bali, Indonesia." Australian Geographical Studies 41 (1): 3-16.

Farrell, Gerry. 2002. "The Senia style of sitar playing in contemporary India," British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (2): 29-60.

Gild, Gerlinde. 1999. "Early 20th century reforms in Chinese music: dreams of renewal inspired by Japan and the West." CHIME Journal (12-13): 116-123.

Guy, Nancy. 2000. "Performing Taiwan: music, dance, and spectacle in the celebration of President Chen Shui-bian's inauguration." ACMR Reports 13: 21-58.

Hansson, Anders. 1999. "What was wrong with Chinese opera? Criticism of opera in the Ming and early Qing periods." CHIME Journal (12-13): 29-40.

Harris, Rachel. 2000. "From shamanic ritual to karaoke: The (trans)migrations of a Chinese folksong." CHIME Journal (14-15): 48-60.

Ho, Wai-chung and W-W Law. 2003. "Music education in Taiwan: the dynamics and dilemmas of globalization, localization and Sinophilia." The Curriculum Journal 13 (3): 339-360.

Hughes, David W. 2000. "'Sōran Bushi': The many lives of a Japanese folk song." CHIME Journal (14-15): 31-47. [ soran ]

Hughes, Stephen P. 2002. "The "music boom" in Tamil South India: gramophone, radio and the making of mass culture." Historical Journal Of Film, Radio and Television 22 (4): 445-473.

Juluri, Vamsee. 2002. "Music television and the invention of youth culture in India." Television & New Media 3 (4): 367-386.

Juluri, Vamsee. 2003. "Why MTV loves India?" IndiaStar Review of Books April 2003. http://www.indiastar.com/juluri.htm (Accessed 22 June 2003).

Karatsu, Rie. 2003. "Cultural absorption of ballroom dancing in Japan." Journal of Popular Culture 36 (3): 416-440.

Knapp, Alexander. 1999. "The current state of research into the religious music of the Kaifeng Jews." CHIME Journal (12-13): 109-115.

Kumar, Shanti and Michael Curtin. 2002. "'Made in India': in between music television and patriarchy." Television & New Media 3 (4): 345-366.

Lee, Joanna. 2000. "Looking at society with a Daoist eye: interview with the composer Han Yong." CHIME Journal (14-15): 89-102.

Micic, Peter. 2000. "A selective list of pop 'n' rock loan words and neologisms in the PRC." CHIME Journal (14-15): 103-123.

Nakagawa, Shin. 2000. "Kyoto -- Klänge des Kosmos." Berlin: Merve Verlag. 155 ppg. [ klange ]

Neyzi, Leyla. 2002. "Embodied elders: space and subjectivity in the music of Metin-Kemal Kahraman." Middle Eastern Studies 38 (1): 89-109.

Nygren, Christina. 2000. "Report from a Chinese village: A travelling theatre group in rural Shanxi." CHIME Journal (14-15): 61-69.

O'Shea, Janet. 2003. "At home in the world? the Bharatanatyam dancer as transnational interpreter." The Drama Review 47 (1): 176-186.

Saldanha, Arun. 2002. "Music tourism and factions of bodies in Goa." Tourist Studies 2 (1): 43-62.

Shin, Eui Hang and J-H Oh. 2003. "Changing Patterns of Social Network Structure in Composer-Singer Relationships: A Case Study of the Korean Popular Music Industry, 1927-1997." 20 (1): 24-53.

Steen, Andreas. 1999. "Buddhism and rock music: A new music style?" CHIME Journal (12-13): 151-164.

Steen, Andreas. 2000. "Tradition, politics and meaning in 20th century China's popular music: Zhou Xuan — When will the gentleman come back again?" CHIME Journal (14-15): 124-153.

Stock, Jonathan P. J. 2002. "Place and music: institutions and cosmopolitanism in 'Shenqu', Shanghai traditional local opera, 1912-1949." Music and Letters 83 (4): 542-589.

Stock, Jonathan P. J. 2003. Huju: Traditional Opera in Modern Shanghai. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (British Academy Postdoctoral Monograph Series). vii + 280 pp.

Tan, Shzr Ee. 2000. "The real Amis enigma: life history of a Taiwanese aboriginal musician." CHIME Journal (14-15): 70-81.

Tian Qing. 2000. "The Sinicization of Buddhist music (I)." CHIME Journal (14-15): 9-30.

Touhy, Sue. 2000. "Current bibliography on Chinese music." ACMR Reports 13: 93-127.

Utz, Christian. 1999. "'Extreme cross-over, extremely personal music': Tan Dun's art for a new generation." CHIME Journal (12-13): 142-150.

Wallach, Jeremy. 2002. "Exploring class, nation, and xenocentrism in Indonesian cassette retail outlets." Indonesia 74: 79-102.

Yampolsky, Philip 2001. "Can the traditional arts survive, and should they?" Indonesia 71: 187-210.

Zevik, Emma and Zhou Xiangping. 1999. "Sichuan street songs: The everyday cries of street vendors in Chengdu." CHIME Journal (12-13): 87-97.

Europe

Auner, Joseph. "'Sing it for me': posthuman ventriloquism in recent popular music." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 128 (1): 98-122.

Buchanan, Donna. 2002. "Soccer, popular music and national consciousness in post-state-socialist Bulgaria 1994-96," British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (2): 1-28.

Bennett, Andy. 2002. "Music, media and urban mythscapes: a study of the 'Canterbury Sound'." Media, Culture & Society 24 (1): 87-100.

Bethune, Christian. 2003. Sites technologiques, panoramas sonores (Les univers esthétiques du rap et de la musique techno)." Copyright Volume ! 1 (2): 43-58. [ esthetiques ]

Brandl, Emmanuel. 2002. "Légitimation et normalisation des 'musiques amplifiées' en région." Copyright Volume ! 1 (1): 91-102. [ Legitimation amplifiees region ]

Cottrell, Stephen. 2002. "Music as capital: deputizing among London's freelance musicians," British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (2): 61-124.

Franklin, John Curtis. 2002. "Diatonic music in Greece: a reassessment of its antiquity." Mnemosyne 55, no. 6: 669-702.

Gibson, Chris. 2002. "Rural transformation and cultural industries: popular music on the New South Wales Far North Coast." Australian Geographical Studies 40 (3): 337-356.

Gibson, Chris and John Connell. 2003. "'Bongo Fury' tourism, music and cultural economy at Byron Bay, Australia." Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 94 (2): 164-187.

Hann, C. M. 2003. "Creeds, cultures and the 'Witchery Of Music'." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 9 (2): 223-239.

Hein, Fabien. 2002. "Le 'stoner rock'. Exemple de constitution d'un courant musical en France." Copyright Volume ! 1 (1): 47-60.

Huq, Rupa. 2003. "From the margins to mainstream? Representations of British Asian youth musical cultural expression from bhangra to Asian underground music." Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research 11 (1): 29-48.

Jackson, Jeffrey H. 2002. "Making jazz French: the reception of jazz music in Paris, 1927-1934." French Historical Studies 25 (1): 149-170.

Jackson, Jeffrey H. 2002. "Music-halls and the assimilation of jazz in 1920s Paris," Journal of Popular Culture 32.

Jackson, Jeffrey H. 2003. Making Jazz French: Music and Modern Life in Interwar Paris Durham: Duke University Press, 2003.

Johnson, Bruce. "Two Paulines, two nations: an Australian case study in the intersection of popular music and politics." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 53-72.

Kneafsey, Moya. 2002. "Sessions and gigs: tourism and traditional music in North Mayo, Ireland." Cultural Geographies 9 (3): 354-358.

Lebrun, Barbara. 2003. "A case study of Zebda: Republicanism, métissage and authenticity in contemporary France." Copyright Volume ! 1 (2): 59-70. [ metissage ]

Lemish, Dafna. "Spice world: constructing femininity the popular way." Popular Music & Society 26 (1): 17-29.

Lescop, Gildas. 2003. "'Honnie soit la Oi !'. Naissance, émergence et déliquescence d'une forme de protestation sociale et musicale." Copyright Volume ! 2 (1): 109-131. [ emergence deliquescence ]

Martin, Brett A. S. and Brett A. Collins. 2002. "Violence and consumption imagery in music videos." European Journal of Marketing 36 (7/8): 855-873.

Orlando, Valérie. 2003. "From rap to raï in the mixing bowl: Beur hip-hop culture and Banlieue cinema in urban France." Journal of Popular Culture 36 (3): 395-415. [ Valerie rai ]

Riethmüller, Albrecht. 2002. "1933 And the fiasco of cultural identities in music." Word and Music Studies 4 (1): 181-193. [ Riethmuller ]

Riley, Matthew. 2002. "Civilizing the savage: Johann Georg Sulzer and the 'Aesthetic Force' of Music." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 127 (1): 1-22.

Sermet, Vincent. 2002. "Le funk sur les radios d'Ile-de-France (1981-2001)." Copyright Volume ! 1 (1): 103-112.

Urban, Michael. 2002. "Getting by on the Blues: music, culture, and community in a transitional Russia." The Russian Review 61 (3): 409-435.

Bibliography of ethnomusicologists and ethnochoreologists working at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb (Croatia) - 1998-2002. Prepared by Mojca Piskor.

Bezić, Jerko. 1998. "Croatian traditional ecclesiastical and non-ecclesiastical religious songs sung during onerous times." In Music, Politics, and War. Views from Croatia. Svanibor Pettan, ed. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 91-107. [ Bezic ]

Bezić, Jerko. 1998. "Ethnomusicology and Ethnochoreology at the Institute from the late forties to the eighties." Narodna umjetnost. Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research 35(1): 23-51. [ Bezic ]

Bezić, Jerko. 1998. "Merkmale von mittel- und südeuropäischen Musik in der Volksmusik Nordwestkroatiens." In Zagreb i glazba, 1094-1994. Zagreb i hrvatske zemlje kao most između srednjoeuropskih i mediteranskih glazbenih kultura - Zagreb and Music, 1094-1994. Zagreb and Croatian Lands as a Bridge Between Central-European and Mediterranean Musical Cultures. Stanislav Tuksar, ed. Zagreb: Hrvatsko muzikološko društvo, 531-542. [ Bezic sudeuropaischen izmedu muzikolosko drustvo ]

Bezić, Jerko. 1999. "The Dalmatian Islands - geographically recognised Mediterranean region - showing obvious differences in the musical expression of their inhabitants. Narodna umjetnost. Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research 36(1): 157-172. [ Bezic ]

Bonifačić, Ruža. 1998. "Regional and national aspects of Tamburica tradition: the case of the Zlatni Dukati Neotraditional Ensemble." In Music, Politics, and War. Views from Croatia. Svanibor Pettan, ed. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 131-149. [ Ruza Bonifacic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 1998. "Ethnomusicology and Ethnochoreology at the Institute [of Ethnology and Folklore Research] during the nineties." Narodna umjetnost. Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research 35(1): 53-71. [ Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 1998. "Folklore festivals in Croatia. Contemporary controversies." The World of Music 40(3): 25-49. [ Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 1998. "Heritage of the second world war in Croatia. Identity imposed upon and by music." In Music, Politics, and War. Views from Croatia. Svanibor Pettan, ed. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 109-129. [ Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila and Grozdana Marošević, eds. 1999. Glazba, folklor i kultura. Svečani zbornik za Jerka Bezića - Music, Folklore, and Culture. Essays in Honour of Jerko Bezić. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research - Croatian Musicological Society, 472 p. [ Ceribasic Marosevic Svecani Bezica Bezic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 2000. "Defining women and men in the context of war: images in Croatian popular music in the 1990s." In Music and Gender. Pirkko Moisala i Beverley Diamond, eds. Urbana - Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 219-238. [ Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 2000. "Folklore music practice and cultural policy: the paradigm of folklore festivals in Croatia." Arti musices 31(1-2): 225-232. [ Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila and Joško Ćaleta, eds. 2000. Hrvatska tradicijska glazba: Nizinska, središnja, gorska i primorska Hrvatska - Croatian Traditional Music: Lowland, Central, Mountainous and Littoral Croatia. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, IEF 00/1-2. [double compact disk with accompanying booklet; texts by Naila Ceribašić - "Introduction," "Lowland Croatia," "Central Croatia," "Mountainous Croatia" and "Littoral Croatia," 152 p.] [ Ceribasic Josko Caleta sredisnja Ceribasic ]

Ceribašić, Naila. 2001. "In between ethnomusicological and social canons: historical sources on women players of folk music instruments in Croatia." Narodna umjetnost. Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research 38(1): 21-40. [ Ceribasic ]

Ćaleta, Joško. 1999. "The ethnomusicological approach to the concept of the Mediterranean in music in Croatia." Narodna umjetnost. Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research. 36(1): 183-195. [ Josko Caleta ]

Ćaleta, Joško. 2000. "Traditional musical instruments." In Croatian Folk Culture. At the Crossroads of Worlds and Eras. Zorica Vitez and Aleksandra Muraj, eds. Zagreb: Gallery Klovićevi dvori, 420-438. [ Josko Caleta Klovicevi ]

Ćaleta, Joško. 2001. "The particularities of music-making and singing in the revived chain dances of Pelješac and Korčula." In Proceedings. 21st Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology. Korčula, 2000. Elsie Ivancich Dunin and Tvrtko Zebec, eds. Zagreb: International Council for Traditional Music Study Group on Ethnochoreology -Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 38-43. [ Josko Caleta Peljesac Korcula]

Ćaleta, Joško. 2001. "Trends and processes in the music culture of the Dalmatian hinterland." In Music and Anthropology. Journal of Mediterranean Musical Anthropology. Tullia Magrini, ed. [http://www.muspe.unibo.it/period/MA/index/number6/caleta/jos_0.htm] [ Josko Caleta ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 1997. CROATIE. Musiques d'autrefois / CROATIA. Music of Long Ago. Paris: Ocora. Radio France - Euroradio - HRT, C 600006. [CD with 27 p. booklet]. [ Marosevic ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 1997. "Travelling musicians in Croatia and their role in the creation of popular musical culture." Acta Ethnomusicologica Danica 8: 121-130. (= Historical Studies on Folk and Traditional Music. D. Stockmann i J. H. Koudal, eds. Copenhagen: Danish Folklore Archives - Museum Tusculanum Press). [ Marosevic ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 1998. "The encounter between Folklore Studies and Anthropology in Croatian Ethnomusicology." The World of Music 40/3: 51-81. [ Marosevic ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 2000. "Traditional music." In Croatian Folk Culture. At the Crossroads of Worlds and Eras. Zorica Vitez and Aleksandra Muraj, eds. Zagreb: Gallery Klovićevi dvori, 408-419. [ Marosevic Klovicevi ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 2001. "Croatia. II. Traditional music." In: The New Grove Dictionary of Music nd Musicians 6. Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell, eds. London: Macmillan Publishers Limited, 702-709. [ Marosevic ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 2001. "The mišnjice and the tambrlin in the kumpanija sword-dances on the island of Korčula." In: Proceedings. 21st Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology. Korčula, 2000. Elsie Ivancich Dunin and Tvrtko Zebec, eds. Zagreb: International Council for Traditional Music Study Group on Ethnochoreology - Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 77-81. [ Marosevic misnjice Korcula ]

Marošević, Grozdana. 2002. "The 19th century music of the Korčula Moreška." In: Proceedings. Symposium Moreška: Past and Present. Korčula 2001. Elsie Ivancich Dunin, ed. Zagreb: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, 78-94. [ Marosevic Korcula Moreska ]

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