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Current Bibliography, Vol. 46, No. 1 (Winter 2002)
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Compiled by Kevin Medows (University of Illinois at Urbana)

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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Bennett, Betty. 2000. The Ladies Who Sing with the Band. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xvii, 141 p.

Birkenstock, Arne, and Helena Rüegg. 1999. Tango: Geschichte und Geschichten. Munich: Deutscher Taschenbuch, 333 p., 1 compact disc. [ ruegg ]

Bohlman, Philip V. 2002. "World Music at the 'End of History.'" Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 1-32.

Chari, Madhav. 2001. "Pundit Coltrane Shows the Way." Journal of Asian American Studies 4 (3): 265-283.

Cohen, Dalia, and Ruth Katz. 2001. "Universal Contraints Concerning the Choice of Stylistic Rules in Various Cultures." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 73-93.

Delannoy, Luc. 2000. Caliente!: une histoire du Latin jazz. Paris: Denoël, 348 p. [ denoel ]

Dewe, Michael. 1998. The Skiffle Craze. Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales: Planet, vi, 268 p., bibliog., discog.

Doolittle, Lisa, and Anne Flynn, eds. 2000. Dancing Bodies, Living Histories: New Writings About Dance and Culture. Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre Press. Partial contents:

  • Blood Wedding: Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Flamenco / Michelle Heffner Hayes (48-62)
  • Reflections on the Aboriginal Dance Program / Marrie Mumford (108-129)
  • Lessons in Dance (as) History: Aboriginal Land Claims and Aboriginal Dance, circa 1999 / Jacqueline Shea Murphy (130-167)
  • They Were Singing and Dancing in the Mountains / Cheryl Blood- (Rides-at-the-) Doore (170-177)
  • Ballet in Black: Louis Johnson and African American Vernacular Humour in Ballet / Thomas D. DeFrantz (178-195)
  • Melville Herskovits, Katherine Dunham, and the Politics of African Diasporic Dance Anthropology / Kate Ramsey (196-216)
  • Dance and Intertextuality: Theoretical Reflections / Naomi M. Jackson (218-231)
  • Dancing in the Canadian Wasteland: A Post-Colonial Reading of Regionalism in the 1960s and 1970s / Lisa Doolittle and Anne Flynn (232-264)

Dournon, Geneviève. 2000. Handbook for the Collection of Traditional Music and Musical Instruments. Paris: Unesco, 151 p., bibliog., discog. [ genevieve ]

Fales, Cornelia. 2002. "The Paradox of Timbre." Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 96-119.

Fast, Susan. 2000. "Same as It Ever Was?: Musicology Continues to Wrestle with Rock." Canadian University Music Review/Revue de musique des universités Canadiennes 21 (1): 40-53. [ universites ]

Fast, Susan. 2001. In the Houses of the Holy: Led Zeppelin and the Power of Rock Music. New York: Oxford University Press, vii, 247 p., bibliog., discog./videog.

Fletcher, Peter. 2001. World Musics in Context: A Comprehensive Survey of the World's Major Musical Cultures. New York: Oxford University Press, xv, 734 p., bibliog.

Gracyk, Theodore. 2001. I Wanna Be Me: Rock Music and the Politics of Identity. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, xi, 292 p., bibliog.

Joynson, Vernon. 1999. Dreams, Fantasies, and Nightmares from Far Away Lands: Canadian, Australasian, and Latin American Rock and Pop, 1963-75. Wolverhampton, England: Borderline Productions, 473 p.

Pelinski, Ramón. 2000. Invitación a la etnomusicología: Quince fragmentos y un tango. Madrid: Akal, 347 p., bibliog. [ ramon invitacion etnomusicologia ]

Pelinski, Ramón, ed. 2000. El tango nómade: Ensayos sobre la diáspora del tango. Buenos Aires: Corregidor, 510 p., bibliog. [ ramon nomade diaspora ]

Pérgamo, Ana María Locatelli de. 2000. "Connotaciones cosmovisionales del Gemelan de Indonesia en Buenos Aires." Revista del Instituto de Investigación Musicología 'Carlos Vega' 16: 113-132. [ pergamo maria investigacion musicologia ]

Sarasini, Piera G. 2001. "Chanting Qasa'id (Or: How the Spirited Self Meets the Beloved Other in Muridism)." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 3-15.

Shack, William A. 2001. Harlem in Montmartre: A Paris Jazz Story between the Great Wars. Berkeley: University of California Press, xix, 191 p., bibliog.

Smith, Catherine Parsons. 2000. William Grant Still: A Study in Contradictions. Berkeley: University of California Press, xvi, 368 p., bibliog.

Terada, Yoshitaka, ed. 2001. Transcending Boundaries: Asian Musics in North America. Senri Ethnological Reports. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, bibliogs. Contents:

  • Introduction / Yoshitaka Terada (1-7)
  • Asian American Music / Hiromi Lorraine Sakata (9-19)
  • Kolintang's Uniquely American Success / Usopay Hamdag Cadar (21-35)
  • Shifting Identities of Taiko Music in North America / Yoshitaka Terada (37-59)
  • Cambodian Music and Dance in North America / Sam-Ang Sam (61-77)
  • Korean Americans and Their Music: Transcending Ethnic and Geographic Boundaries / Maria Kongju Seo (79-112)
  • Vietnamese Music in America / Phong Nguyen (113-122)

Théberge, Paul. 2000. "The Project Ahead: Some Thoughts on Developing a Popular Music Curriculum." Canadian University Music Review/Revue de musique des universités canadiennes 21 (1): 28-39. [ theberge universites ]

Zuberi, Nabeel. 2001. Sounds English: Transnational Popular Music. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, viii, 276 p., bibliog., discog.


Cole, Catherine M. 2001. Ghana's Concert Party Theatre. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, x, 196 p., bibliog.

Emoff, Ron. 2001. Recollecting from the Past: Musical Practice and Spirit Possession on the East Coast of Madagascar. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 288 p., bibliog.

Schulz, Dorothea E. 2001. "Music Videos and the Effeminate Vices of Urban Culture in Mali." Africa 71 (3): 345-372.

Tenaille, Frank. 2000. Le swing su caméléon: musiques et chansons africaines, 1950-2000 Arles: Actes Sud, 315 p., bibliog., discog. [ cameleon ]

Welsh-Asante, Kariamu. 2000. Zimbabwe Dance: Rhythmic Forces, Ancetral Voices: An Aesthetic Analysis. Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, x, 140 p., bibliog.


Bauer, Susan. 1999. Von der Khupe zum Klezkamp: Klezmer-Musik in New York. Berlin: Piranha, 239 p., bibliog., 1 compact disc.

Brooks, Edward. 2000. Influence and Assimilation in Louis Armstrong's Cornet and Trumpet Work (1923-1928). Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, xvi, 215 p., bibliog.

Brown, Rae Linda. 2001. "Florence B. Price's 'Negro Symphony.'" In Temples for Tomorrow: Looking Back at the Harlem Renaissance, Geneviàve Fabre and Michel Feith, eds., 84-98. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Butler, Jerry. 2000. Only the Strong Survive: Memoirs of a Soul Survivor. Black Music and Expressive Culture Series. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, xvii, 266 p., bibliog., discog.

Cerchiari, Luca. 1999. Civiltà musicale afro-americana: alle origini del jazz, del samba e dei canti spirituali. Milano: A. Mondadori, 191 p., bibliog. [ civilta ]

Cherry, Randall. 2001. "Ethel Waters: The Voice of an Era." In Temples for Tomorrow: Looking Back at the Harlem Renaissance, Geneviàve Fabre and Michel Feith, eds., 99-124. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Ching, Barbara. 2001. Wrong's What I Do Best: Hard Country Music and Contemporary Culture. New York: Oxford University Press, ix, 186 p., bibliog.

Cohen, Norm. 2000. Long Steel Rail: The Railroad in American Folksong. Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, xx, 710 p., bibliog., discog.

Conyers, James L., Jr. 2001. African American Jazz and Rap: Social and Philosophical Examinations of Black Expressive Behavior. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, viii, 256 p., bibliog. Contents:

I. Toward an Afrocentric Approach to the Study of Jazz and Rap Music

    • Introduction / James L. Stewart (1-8)
    • Metatheory and Methodology: Appraising the Black Experience / James L. Conyers, Jr. (11-19)
    • The Role of Criticism in Black Popular Culture / Warren C. Swindell (20-32)

II. "All That Jazz": History, Culture, Performers, Instruments, and Political Functionality

    • "And All That Jazz" Has African Roots! / Learthen Dorsey (35-54)
    • Jazz Antecedents / Eddie S. Meadows (55-61)
    • The Life and Jazz Style of Blue Mitchell / Charles I. Miller (62-76)
    • Jazz Guitar: Ain't No Jazz / George Walker and Mondo Eyen we Langa (77-82)
    • The Social Roots of African American Music: 1950-1970 / Thomas J. Porter (83-89)
    • Jazz Musicians in Postwar Europe and Japan / Larry Ross (90-114)

III. Jazz Expression in Dance and Literature

    • African American Dance and Music / Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. (117-130)
    • Lady Sings the Blues: Toni Morrison and the Jazz/Blues Aesthetic / Gloria T. Randle (131-144)
    • Al Young: Jazz Griot / Michael Carroll (145-159)

IV. Rap Music as Art Form, Social-Political Commentary, and Economic Commodity

    • The Rhythm of Rhyme: A Look at Rap Music as an Art From from a Jazz Perspective / Reginald Thomas (163-169)
    • At the Vanguard: African American Life as Seen Through the Music of Selected Rap and Jazz Artists / Andrew P. Smallwood (170-179)
    • Africana Cosmology, Ethos, and Rap: A Social Study of Black Popular Culture / James L. Conyers, Jr. (180-197)

V. Toward the Future: Educating Future Generations and Preserving Cultural Traditions

    • Can You Sing Jazz? Perception and Appreciation of Jazz Music Among African American Young Adults / Nancy J. Dawson (201-210)
    • Hip-Hop and the Rap Music Industry / Tshombe Walker (211-223)
    • Ethnomusicology and the African American Tradition / George L. Starks, Jr. (224-238)
    • Reflections on Sterling Stuckey's Slave Culture: Understanding Pan Afrikan Nationalism as a Cultural Force / Ahati N.N. Touré (239-248) [ toure ]

Crook, Larry, and Randal Johnson, eds. 1999. Black Brazil: Culture, Identity, and Social Mobilization. Los Angeles: UCLA Latin American Center Publications. Contents:

I. Voices from the Black Movement

    • Race and Politics in Brazil / Benedtia da Silva (17-21)
    • The Black Movement: Without Identity There Is No Consciousness or Struggle / Thereza Santos (23-30)
    • Where Are the Blacks? / Antônio Pitanga (31-42)
    • Olodum and the Black Struggle in Brazil / João Jorge Santos Rodrigues (43-51)
    • Candomblé and Community / Maria José do Espírito Santo França (53-58)

II. Perpectives on Race, Class, and Culture

    • Perspectives on Race and Class in Brazil
    • Blacks in Salvador: Racial Paths

III. Brazil/Africa

    • Africa-Brazil: "Ex Africa Semper Aliquid Novi"? / Anani Dzidzienyo (105-142)
    • Art History, Agency, and Identity: Yorùbá Transcultural Currents in the Making of Black Brazil / Henry John Drewal (143-174)
    • Black Brazil: African Notes on a New Negritude / Femi Ojo-Ade (175-197)

IV. Religions, Culture, and Resistance

    • Candomblé in Bahia: Repression and Resistance / Júlio Braga (201-212)
    • Power, Invention, and the Politics of Race: Umbanda Past and Future / Diana DeG. Brown (213-236)
    • The Fall of a Black Prophet: Pentecostalism and the Rhetoric of Race in Urban Brazil / John Burdick (237-245)

V. Music, Carnival, and Identity

    • Carnival: The Colors of Change / Antônio Risério (249-259)
    • The Multiplicity of Black Identities in Brazilian Popular Music / José Jorge de Carvalho (261-295)
    • The Rise of Bumba-meu-Boi in Maranhão: Resilience of African-Brazilian Cultural Identity / Kazadi wa Mukuna (297-310)

VI. Black in the Visual Media

    • The Flash of Spirit: Cinematic Representations of Afro-Brazilian Religion / Robert Stam (313-338)
    • The Drama of Modernity: Color and Symbolic Exclusion in the Brazilian Telenovela / Denise Ferreira da Silva (339-316)
    • The Representation of Blacks on Commercial Television in Brazil: Some Cultivation Effects / Michael Leslie (363-275)

[ antonio joao jose franca yoruba maranhao candomble riserio espirito julio ]

Crunden, Robert M. 2000. The Pull of Chicago (147-180); The Bleaching of the Blues (181-239). In Body & Soul: The Making of American Modernism. New York: Basic Books.

Dudley, Shannon. 2002. "Dropping the Bomb: Steelband Performance and Meaning in 1960s Trinidad." Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 135-164.

Evans, David, ed. 2000. "Blind Lemon Jefferson." Special issue of Black Music Research Journal 20 (1). Contents:

  • Editor's Introduction / David Evans (1-4)
  • Blind Lemon Jefferson: The Myth and the Man / Alan Govenar (7-21)
  • Blind Lemon Meets Leadbelly / Kip Lornell (23-33)
  • The Language of Blind Lemon Jefferson: The Covert Theme of Blindness / Luigi Monge (35-81)
  • Musical Innovation in the Blues of Blind Lemon Jefferson / David Evans (83-116)

Feith, Michel. 2001. "The Syncopated African: Constructions of Origins in the Harlem Renaissance (Literature, Music, Visual Arts)." In Temples for Tomorrow: Looking Back at the Harlem Renaissance, Geneviève Fabre and Michel Feith, eds., 51-7 2. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Foster, Pamela E. 2000. My Country, Too: The Other Black Music. Nashville: My Country, x, 208 p.

Gebhardt, Nicholas. 2001. Going for Jazz: Musical Practices and American Ideology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, x, 231 p., bibliog., discog.

Handy, G. Antoinette. 1998. Black Women in American Bands & Orchestras, 2nd ed. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xv, 359 p., bibliog.

Handy, G. Antoinette. 1999. Jazz Man's Journey: A Biography of Ellis Louis Marsalis Jr. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xii, 90 p., bibliog., photos.

Harvey, Steven. 2000. Bound for Shady Grove. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, xxii, 157 p.

Jallier, Maurice, and Vivette Jallier-Prudent. 1999. Musique aux Antilles: Zouk à la Mazouk. Paris: Harmattan, 180 p.

Jones, Ferdinand, and Arthur C. Jones, eds. 2001. The Triumph of the Soul: Cultural and Psychological Aspects of African American Music. Westport, Conn.: Praeger. Contents:

  • Upon This Rock: The Foundational Influence of the Spirituals / Arthur C. Jones (3-34)
  • The Poetry of the Blues: Understanding the Blues in Its Cultural Context / Peter R. Aschoff (35-67)
  • The New Orleans Brass Band: A Cultural Tradition / Michael G. White (69-96)
  • Why We Sing: The Role and Meaning of Gospel in African American Popular Culture / Angel M. S. Nelson (97-126)
  • Jazz and the Resilience of African Americans / Ferdinand Jones (127-151)
  • The Meaning of Rap Music in Contemporary Black Culture / Cheryl L. Keyes (153-179)
  • Paying Dues Toward an African American Aesthetic: An Autobiographical Essay / William C. Lowe (181-199)
  • Sacred Music for Secular Space: In Honor of John Coltrane / Leonard L. Brown (201-206)

Keith, Michael C. 2001. Nights of War and Doo-Wop. In Sounds in the Dark: All-Night Radio in American Life. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press.

Magee, Jeffrey. 2000. "Irving Berlin's 'Blue Skies': Ethnic Affiliations and Musical Transformations." Musical Quarterly 84 (4): 537-580.

Margolick, David. 2000. Strange Fruit: Billie Holiday, Café Society, and an Early Cry for Civil Rights. Philadelphia: Running Press, 160 p. [ cafe ]

Mazullo, Mark. 2000. "The Man Whom the World Sold: Kurt Cobain, Rock's Progressive Aesthetic, and the Challenges of Authenticity." Musical Quarterly 84 (4): 713-749.

Mendoza, Lydia. 2001. My Life in Music/Mi vida en la música: Lydia Mendoza: Norteño Tejano Legacies. American Musicspheres. New York: Oxford University Press, 240 p., bibliog. [ musica norteno ]

Mendoza, Zoila. 2000. Shaping Society through Dance: Mestizo Ritual Performance in the Peruvian Andes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xv, 285 p., bibliog., 1 compact disc.

Meredith, Sharon. 2001. "Tuk Music: Its Role in Defining Barbadian Cultural Identity." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 16-25.

Pastras, Philip. 2001. Dead Man Blues: Jelly Roll Morton Way Out West. Berkeley: University of California Press, xxiv, 246 p., bibliog.

Porter, Eric. 2002. What Is This Thing Called Jazz?: African American Musicians as Artists, Critics, and Activists. Berkeley: University of California Press, 427 p.

Simonett, Helena. 2001. Banda: Mexican Musical Life across Boarders. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, xii, 372 p., bibliog., discog.

Sklar, Deidre. 2001. Dancing with the Virgin: Body and Faith in the Fiesta of Tortugas, New Mexico. Berkeley: University of California Press, xi, 230 p., bibliog.

Suhor, Charles. 2001. Jazz in New Orleans: The Postwar Years through 1970. Studies in Jazz. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, xx, 329 p., bibliog.

Walser, Robert, [journal editor]. 2001. "Musical Boston Reconsidered: A Symposium with Documents." Special issue of American Music 19 (1). Contents:

  • Introduction (1-2); Dvorák and Boston: Appendix: 1910 Program Note by Philip Hale (3-17); Reclaiming the Past: Musical Boston Reconsidered (13-38) / Joseph Horowitz
  • From Hiawatha to Wa-Wan: Musical Boston and the Uses of Native American Lore / Michael V. Pisani (39-50)
  • Higginson and Chadwick: Non-Brahmins in Boston / Steven Ledbetter (51-63)
  • Music, Morals, and Social Management: Mendelssohn in Post-Civil War America / Steven Baur (64-130)[ dvorak ]

Wilkinson, Christopher. 2001. Jazz on the Road: Don Albert's Musical Life. Berkeley: University of California Press, xvi, 290 p., bibliog.

Asia & Oceania

Balagopal, Tara. 1998. Pañcha ratna kritis of Saint Thyagaraja. New Delhi: Harman Pub. House, ix, 174 p. [ pancha ]

Chakravarty, Arati. 1999. An Introduction to Hindusthani Music. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 175 p., bibliog.

Chang, Peter. 2001. "Chou Wen-Chung's Cross Cultural Experience and His Musical Synthesis: The Concept of Syncretism Revisited." Asian Music 32 (2):93-118.

Clere, Jérôme. 2000. Musiques de Turquie. Arles: Actes Sud, 185 p., bibliog., discog., 1 compact disc. [ jerome ]

Guy, Nancy. 2002. "'Republic of China National Anthem' on Taiwan: One Anthem, One Performance, Multiple Realities." Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 96-119.

Henry, Edward O. 2002. "The Rationalization of Intensity in Indian Music." Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 33-55.

Le Tuan Hung. 1998. Dan Tranh Music of Vietnam: Traditions and Innovations. Melbourne: Australia Asia Foundation, iv, 182 p.

Maceda, José. 2001. "The Structure of Principal Court Musics of East and Southeast Asia." Asian Music 32 (2): 143-178.

McFarlane, Ian. 1999. The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, xv, 717 p., bibliog., discog.

Maciszewski, Amelia. 2001. "Multiple Voices, Multiple Selves: Song Style and North Indian Women's Identity." Asian Music 32 (2): 1-40.

Menon, Indira. 1999. The Madras Quartet: Women in Karnatak Music. New Delhi: Roli Books, viii, 188 p., bibliog.

Mistri, Abana E. 1999. Pakhawaj & Tabla: History, Schools, and Traditions. Translated by Yasmin E. Tarapore. Mumbai: Pt. Keki S. Jijina, xx, 356 p., bibliog.

Mittal, Anjali. 2000. Hindustani Music and the Aesthetic Concept of Form. New Vistas in Indian Performing Arts. New Delhi: D.K. Printworld, 174 p., bibliog.

Ramanathan, N. 1999. Musical Forms in Sangitaratnakara. Chennai: Sampradaya, xvi, 547 p., bibliog.

Shankar, Ravi. 1999. Raga Mala: The Autobiography of Ravi Shankar. New York: Welcome Rain Pub., 336 p.

Sharma, Ravi. 1999. Sitar, as I Know. Delhi: Tauryatrikam Publication, xviii, 174 p.

Shumway, Larry W. 2001. "Gagaku in the Provinces: Imperial Court Music at the Ikeda Fief at Bizen." Asian Music 32 (2): 119-142.

Singh, Shanta Serbjeet, ed. 2000. Indian Dance: The Ultimate Metaphor. Chicago: Art Media Ltd. Contents:

  • Dance: The Ultimate Metaphor for the Indian View of Reality / Shanta Serbjeet Singh (3-31)
  • Bharat Natyam / K. S. Srinivasan (33-57)
  • Kathak / Manjara Sinha (59-87)
  • Mohiniattam / Kavalam Narayana Panikkar (89-103)
  • Kalarippayattu and Kathakali / Phillip B. Zarrilli (105-127)
  • Kuchipudi / Sunil Kothari (129-145)
  • Odissi / Jiwan Pani (147-165)
  • Minipuri / Darshana Jhaveri (167-181)
  • Masks / M. L. Varadpande (183-203)
  • Kathak: In Stone and Manuscript / R. Srivastava (205-215)
  • The Art of Tabla / Sudhir Kumar Saxena (217-236)

Thielemann, Selina. 1999. The Music of South Asia. New Delhi: A.P.H. Pub. Corp., v, 690 p.

Van Zile, Judy. 2001. Perspectives on Korean Dance. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, xxiii, 334 p., bibliog.

Vetter, Roger. 2001. "More than Meets the Eye and Ear: Gamelans and Their Meaning in a Central Javanese Palace." Asian Music 32 (2): 41-92.

Witzleben, J. Lawrence. 2002. "Music in the Hong Kong Handover Ceremonies: A Community Re-Imagines Itself." Ethnomusicology 46 (1): 120-134.

Wong, Deborah. 2001. Sounding the Center: History and Aesthetics in Thai Buddhist Performance. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xxiv, 358 p., bibliog, 1 compact disc.

Yu, Priscilla C. 2001. "Leaning to One Side: The Impact of the Cold War on Chinese Library Collections." Libraries & Culture 36 (1): 253-66.


Baumann, Max Peter, ed. 2001. Music, Language and Literature of the Roma and Sinti. Intercultural Music Studies. Berlin: VWB, bibliog. Contents:

  • "Wie die Zigeuner...": Zur Geschichte des Antiziganismus von Luther bis Himmler / Wolfgang Wippermann (9-23)
  • The Meaning of Fable in Gypsy Cultural Tradition / Mirella Karpati (25-34)
  • "Camelamos naquerar": Wir wollen sprechen: Eine Konstante in der Theaterarbeit und im literarischen Schaffen von Roma und Sinti / Beate Eder (35-51)
  • Die Literatur der Roma. Ein Überblick / A. Bertolt Bengsch (53-65)
  • Bilder, Stereotype und Vorurteile über Roma und ihre Reflexion in der Folklore / Eva Krekovicova (67-83)
  • Multikulti: Von den Roma seit alters vorgelebt, von den Deutschen jüngst als Neuwort erfunden / Reimar Gilsenbach (85-97)
  • Kontinuität und Wandel. Der Stellenwert von Sprache und Musik bei Roma und Sinti in Österreich / Dieter W. Halwachs, Mozes F. Heinschinck, Christiane Fennesz-Juhasz (99-153)
  • Musik und Tanz / Rajko Djuric (155-166)
  • "Wir gehen di Wege ohne Grenzen...": Zur Musik der Roma und Sinti / Max Peter Baumann (167-177)
  • Die Musik der Roma und Sinti in der Mehrheitsgesellschaft: Funktionen, Stile und Chancen / Oskár Elschek (179-196)
  • Die "Yiftoi" und die Musik in Griechenland: Rolle und Funktion / Rudolf Maria Brandl (197-224)
  • Grenzstile der Roma-Musik zwischen Orient und Okzident / Ursula Reinhard (225-245)
  • Music and Power: Gender and Performance among Roma (Gypsies) of Skopje, Macedonia / Carol Silverman (247-262)
  • Gypsies, Music, and Politics in the Balkans: A Case Study from Kosovo / Svanibor Pettan (263-292)
  • Our Music Versus the Music of Others / Speranta Râdulescu (293-308)
  • Gypsy Musicians in Transylvania: Changing Lifestyles, Changing Status / Ann Buckley (309-319)
  • Gypsy Dance Style as Marker of Ethnic Identity / Anca Giurchescu (321-329)
  • Zigeunermusikanten in Ungarn / Bálint Sárosi (331-342)
  • Roma or Boyash Identity?: The Music of the "Ard'elan" Boyashes in Hungary / Katalin Kovalcsik (343-360)
  • Bi-musicality and the Hungarian Vlach Gypsies: Learning to Sing and Dance as an Ethnomusicological Research Tool / Irén Kertész-Wilkinson (361-370)
  • Ando Drom: Auf dem Weg: Die Rolle der traditionellen Musik im Prozeß der politischen Anerkennung der Roma in Österreich / Ursula Hemetek (371-392)
  • Roma im Spiegelbild europäischer Kunstmusik / Max Peter Baumann (393-444)
  • Die Kunst des Flamenco und die andalusischen Gitanos / Faustino Núñez (445-451)
  • Life Patterns, Hazards and Ascendancies: Gypsies, Tinkers and Travellers in Great Britain and Ireland / Paul Nixon (453-460)
  • "Immer treffe ich auf das, was ich night bin...": Zur Musik der Roma und Sinti auf dem Weg der Geschichte / Max Peter Baumann (461-477) [ uberblick uber jungst osterreich kontinuitat radulescu balint sarosi iren kertesz nunez prozess europaischer ]

Becker, Maurizio. 1999. La canzone napoletana. Firenze: Octavo, 174 p., bibliog., 1 compact disc.

Brierre, Jean-Dominique. 2000. Le jazz français de 1900 à aujourd'hui. Paris: Hors collection, 171 p. [ francais ]

Coulangeon, Philippe. 1999. Les musiciens de jazz en France à l'heure de la réhabilitation culturelle: sociologie des carrières et du travail musical. Paris: L'Harmattan, 268 p., bibliog. [ rehabilitation carrieres ]

Defrance, Yves. 2000. L'archipel des musiques bretonnes. Arles: Actes Sud, 186 p., 1 compact disc.

Donaldson, William. 2000. The Highland Pipe and Scottish Society, 1750-1950: Transmission, Change and the Concept of Tradition. East Lothian, Scotland: Tuckwell Press, x, 518 p., bibliog.

Gordy, Eric D. 1999. "The Destruction of Musical Alternatives." In The Culture of Power in Serbia: Nationalism and the Destruction of Alternatives. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 103-164.

Janke, Berend. 2001. "Jazz in Lithuania." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 57-64.

Jaremko-Porter, Christina. 2001. "Commemorating the Latvian Folklore Movement (1976-2001) in Post-Soviet Context." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 26-40.

Kabus, Wolfgang, ed. 2000. Popularmusik, Jugendkultur und Kirche: Aufsätze zu einer interdisziplinären Debatte. Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 206 p., bibliog. [ aufsatze interdisziplinaren ]

Levy, Claire. 2001. "From Imitation to Innovation: Ethnojazz from Bulgaria." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 51-56.

Malvinni, David. 2001. "Brahms' Fifth 'Hungarian Dance' as Gypsiness in Music." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 94-110.

Marian-Balasa, Marin. 2001. "Romanian Folk Music Studies Abroad: Perceptions and Representations." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 8: 111-139.

Mentzel, Achim. 1999. Alles Achim oder was?: Leben zwischen Rock und Volksmusik. Berlin: Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf, 319 p.

Ragonesi, Anita, comp., and George Mifsud Chircop, ed. 1999. Maltese Folksong "Ghana": A Bibliography and Resource Material = l-Ghana Malti: bibljografija u materjal iehor ghar-ri cerka. Msida: Malta University Press, xviii, 135 p., discog., videog.

Roten, Hervé. 2000. Les traditions musicales judéo-portugaises en France. 282 p., bibliog., discog. [ herve judeo ]

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