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Vol. 53, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2009
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Volume 53, No. 2
Spring/Summer 2009

Timothy J. Cooley
Incoming Editor: J. Lawrence Witzleben
Assistant Editor: Barbara L. Taylor
Book Review Editor:
John Morgan O’Connell
Recording Review Editor:
Paul Greene
Film,Video, and Multimedia Review Editor:
Rebecca S. Miller
Editorial Board:
Stephen Blum
Naila Ceribasic
Beverly Diamond
Veit Erlmann
Michael Frishkopf
Travis A. Jackson
Helen Rees
Timothy Rice
Ricardo D. Trimillos

From the Editor
Notes on Contributing Authors
187 Acoustemology, Indigeneity, and Joik in Valkeapää’s Symphonic Activism: Views from Europe’s Arctic Fringes for Environmental Ethnomusicology Tina K. Ramnarine
218 Flowing Down Taiwan’s Tamsui River: Towards an Ecomusicology of the Environmental Imagination Nancy Guy
249 Politics, Identity, and Nostalgia in Nigerian Music:
A Study of Victor Olaiya’s Highlife
Bode Omojola
277 A Carioca Blade Runner, or How Percussionist Marcos Suzano
Turned the Brazilian Tambourine into a Drum Kit, and Other
Matters of (Politically) Correct Music Making
Frederick Moehn
308 Music Institutions and the Transmission of Tradition Judah M. Cohen
Book Reviews
326 Britta Sweers, Electric Folk: The Changing Face of English Traditional Music Eoghan Neff
329 Olivier Julien, ed., Sgt. Pepper and the Beatles: It Was Forty Years
Ago Today
Sarah Hill
332 Barbara Rose Lange, Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music
in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church

Iren Kertesz-Wilkinson
336 Donna A. Buchanan, ed., Balkan Popular Culture and the
Ottoman Ecumene: Music, Image and Regional Political Discourse
Irene Markoff
343 Scott L. Marcus, Music in Egypt: Experiencing Music,
Expressing Culture
Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Brancof
346 Stephen Jones, Plucking the Winds: Lives of Village Musicians
in Old and New China
Mercedes M. DuJunco

Recording Reviews

351 John Work, III: Recording Black Culture Susan E. Oehler
Film, Video, and Multi-Media Reviews
355 Hugo Zemp, Siaka, An African Musician

Julie Strand
357 Hugo Zemp, Funeral Chants of the Caucasus John A. Graham
The current bibliography, discography, filmography and videography, and dissertations and theses, compiled by Randall Baier, Ronda Sewald, David Henderson, and Jennifer Post, respectively, are located in the Publications area of the SEM website at http://www.ethnomusicology.org.
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