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Current Bibliography, Vol. 48, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2004)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

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Bishop, Jack. 2004. "Who are the Pirates? The Politics of Piracy, Poverty, and Greed in a Globalized Music Market." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 101-106.

Brett, Philip and Elizabeth Wood. 2002. "Lesbian and Gay Music." Electronic Musicological Review 7. http://www.rem.ufpr.br/REMv7/Brett_Wood/Brett_and_Wood.html (Accessed 26 July 2004)

Caw, Tom S. 2004. "Popular Music Studies Information Needs: You Just Might Find ..." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 49-54.

Foster, Susan Leigh. 2003. "Choreographies of protest." Theatre Journal 55(3): 395-412.

McIntyre, Philip. 2001. "The Domain of Songwriters-Towards defining the term 'Song'." Perfect Beat 5 (3): 100-112.

Mitchell, Tony, ed. 2001. Global Noise: Rap and Hip-Hop Outside the USA. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press. 336 p., index. ISBN 0819565016.

"Musiques à voir. La musique dans les musées de société." 2003. Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 16. http://www.adem.ch/CMT/cmt03.html (Accessed 15 May 2004) [ musees societe ]

  • La signification, la tâche et la technique muséographique des collections d'instruments de musique / Curt Sachs [ tache museographique ]
  • La musique au Musée national des arts et traditions / populaires et au futur Musée des civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée / Michel Colardelle et Florence Gétreau [ Musee Mediterranee Getreau ]
  • Pour une écriture multimédia de l'ethnomusicologie / Marc Chemillier [ ecriture multimedia ]
  • L'intégration du sonore au musée: quelques expériences muséographiques / Cécile Corbel [ L'integration musee experiences museographiques Cecile ]
  • Oyez! Le son s'expose / Luc Martínez [ Martinez ]
  • Musique et muséographie: les murs ont des oreilles / Bernard Lortat-Jacob [ museographie ]
  • Sons en exposition. Une stratégie de l'oreille / Antonello Ricci [ strategie ]
  • Le son dans l'exposition «Musiciens des rues de Paris» / Florence Gétreau [ Getreau ]
  • Deux expériences musicales au Musée d'ethnographie de Neuchâtel / François Borel [ experiences Musee Neuchatel Francois ]
  • Muséographier un salon de musique? Le cas du Yémen / Jean Lambert [ Museographier Yemen ]
  • "Musée vivant" de Silésie: regard sur la culture musicale des Carpates polonaises / Aurelia Domaradzka Barbier [ Musee Silesie ]
  • Les collections d'instruments de musique au futur musée du quai Branly / Madeleine Leclair [ musee ]
  • De père en fils? Moses Asch et la collection Folkways. Entretien avec Michael Asch. / Isabelle Schulte-Tenckhoff [ pere ]

Palombini, Carlos. 2003. "Translating and Editing 'Lesbian and Gay Music' by Elizabeth Wood and Philip Brett." ECHO: a music centered journal 5 (2). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume5-issue2/reviews/palombini.html (Accessed 16 July 2004)

Rogers, Richard Alleyne. 1998. "A dialogics of rhythm: Dance and the performance of cultural conflict." Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis 9 (1): 5-27.

Soussloff, Catherine M. 2004. "Jackson Pollock's Post-Ritual Performance: Memories Arrested in Space." TDR: The Drama Review 48(1): 60-78.

Taylor, Timothy. D. 2001. Strange Sounds: Music, Technology and Culture. New York: Routledge. x, 278 p., bibliog., index. ISBN 0415936845 (paper)

Yao, Steven G. 2003. "Taxonomizing Hybridity." Textual Practices 17(2): 357-378.

Centre for Intercultural Music Arts. International Symposium and Festival on Intercultural Music (5th : 1998 : London, England). 2003. Special edition of Intercultural Music 5. Robert Mawuena Kwami, ed. Intercultural Music Series. Point Richmond, Calif. : MRI Press. xi, 322 p., illus., music. ISBN 0962747343.

  • Report on the 5th International CIMA Symposium and Festival held at City University, London / Akin Euba
  • Music making as an expression of a changing Asian American identity : the music of Liu Qichao and Lee Pui Ming / Weihua Zhang
  • The conflict between national identity and interculturalism in contemporary African art music : the case of Ghana's cultural policy and the Ghana National Symphony Orchestra / George Dor
  • Chinese pipa pieces composed in the 20th century / Wu Ben
  • Cross-cultural collaboration : composing a new work with I. Nyoman Wenten - Reminiscences / Elaine Barkin
  • Borrowing or stealing? Celebration or global village? Interculturalism in contemporary music from a composer's point of view / Leigh Landy
  • Derivation of organic musical structure and materials from the solutions of Schroedinger's Equation / Rajmil Fischman
  • The music of John Mayer : an intercultural composer from India / John O. Robison
  • Towards an intercultural analysis of black classical music : a study of Fela Sowande's works / Bode Omojola
  • Black classical music in British schools : a preliminary study / Robert Mawuena Kwami
  • Encompassing diversity - an experiment in music course design / June Boyce-Tillman and Malcolm Floyd


Al-Taee, Nasser. 2003. "Running with the Rebels: Politics, Identity, and Sexual Narrative in Algerian Rai." echo, a music-centered journal 5 (1) http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/echo/volume5-issue1/al_taee/index.html (Accessed 16 July 2004)

Chitando, Ezra. 2002. "Review Essay : Music in Zimbabwe." Zambezia: The Journal of Humanities of the University of Zimbabwe 29 (1): 82-91.

Emoff, Ron. 2003. "Direct-Current Recall in Madagascar." TDR: The Drama Review 47(3): 32-44.

Makubuya, James. 2000. "The Endingidi (Tube Fiddle) of Uganda: Its Adaptation and Significance among the Baganda." Galpin Society Journal 53: 140-155.

"Congolese music: Rumba in the jungle." Economist 369, no. 8355 (Dec 20, 2003): 65-67. (Accessed 16 July 2004)

Stewart, Gary. 2004. Rumba on the River: A History of the Popular Music of the Two Congos. New York ; London: W W Norton & Co. ; Verso. 436 p., 67 b/w photos. ISBN 1-85984-368-9 (paper)


Auslander, Philip. 2004. "I Wanna Be Your Man: Suzi Quatro's musical androgyny." Popular Music 23 (1): 1-16.

Beatty, Angie Colette. 2002. "Priming 'Bitch' Schemas with Violent and Genderoppositional Female Rap Lyrics: a Theoretical Overview of Effects on Tolerance for Aggression Against Women. African American Research Perspectives 8(1): 131-141.

Braziel, Jana Evans. 2004. "'Bye, Bye Baby': Race, Bisexuality, and the Blues in the Music of Bessie Smith and Janis Joplin." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 3-26.

Cooper, B. Lee. 2004. "The Sky Is Crying: Tales Told in Tearful Tunes." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 107-115.

Doyle, Peter. 2004. "From 'My Blue Heaven' to 'Race with the Devil': echo, reverb and (dis)ordered space in early popular music recording." Popular Music 23 (1): 31-49.

Duffett, Mark. "False faith or false comparison? A critique of the religious interpretation of Elvis fan culture." (Forum) Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 513-522.

Enstice, Wayne, and Janis Stockhouse. 2004. Jazzwomen: Conversations with Twenty-One Musicians. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Profiles in Popular Music. 500 p., bibliog., index, 26 b&w photos. ISBN 0-253-34436-0 (cloth)

Evers, Larry and Barre Toelken, eds. 2001. Native American Oral Traditions: Collaboration and Interpretation. Logan: Utah State University Press. xvi, 242 p. ISBN 0-87421-416-5 (cloth), 0-87421-415-7 (paper)

Glenn, Susan A. 2000. Female Spectacle: The Theatrical Roots of Modern Feminism. By . Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000; 336 pp., 27 halftones. ISBN 0-674-00333-0 (cloth), ISBN 0-674-00990-8 (paper)

Hajduk, John C. "Tin Pan Alley on the march: popular music, World War II, and the quest for a great war song." Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 497-512.

Haugen, Jason D. "'Unladylike divas'": language, gender, and female gangsta rappers." Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 429-444.

Holm-Hudson, Kevin. "Apocalyptic otherness: black music and extraterrestrial identity in the music of Magma." Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 481-496.

Howell, Mark. 2003. "Concerning the origin and dissemination of the Mesoamerican slit-drum." Music in art: International journal for music iconography 28 (1-2): 45-54.

Kraut, Anthea. 2003. "Between primitivism and Diasporea: the Dance Performances of Josephine Baker, Zora Neale Hurston, and Katherine Dunham." Theatre Journal 55(3): 433-450.

Mitchell, Tony, ed. 2001. Global Noise: Rap and Hip-Hop Outside the USA. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press. 336 p., index. ISBN 0819565016.

Radano, Ronald. 2003. Lying up a Nation: Race and Black Music. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 440 p.,illus., 26 musical examples. ISBN 0-226-70197-2 (cloth), 0-226-70198-0 (paper)

Schiedt, Duncan. 2004. Jazz in Black and White: the Photographs of Duncan Schiedt. Bloomington : Indiana University Press. 144 p., 82 photos. ISBN 0-253-34400-X (cloth)

Salmon, MaryGen. 2003. "Spiritual Survival in the Arctic: Atxam Taligisniikangis of the Aleutian Islands" TDR: The Drama Review 47 (3): 9-31.

Shandler, Jeffrey. 2004. "Postvernacular Yiddish: Language as a Performing Art." TDR: The Drama Review 48(1): 19-43.

Stilwell, Robynn. J. 2003. "It May Look Like a Living Room... : The Musical Number and the Sitcom." echo, a music-centered journal 5 (1) http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/echo/volume5-issue1/stilwell/index.html (Accessed 16 July 2004)

Taylor, Timothy D. 2002. "Music and the Rise of Radio in Twenties America: Technological Imperialism, Socialization, and the Transformation of Intimacy." Historical Journal of Film, Television and Radio 22: 425-43.

Taylor, Timothy D. 2003. "Music and Advertising in Early Radio." ECHO: a music centered journal, 5 (2). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume5-issue2/taylor/index.html (Accessed 15 May 2004)

Asia & Oceania

Ahmed, Syed Jamil. 2003. "Carya Nrtya of Nepal: when 'Becoming the Character' in Asian Performance is Nonduality in 'Quintessnce of Void'." TDR: The Drama Review 47(3): 159-182.

Askovic, Ivana, et al. 2003. "Umbuik Mudo and the Magic Flute: A Randai Dance-Drama." Asian Theatre Journal 20 (2): 113-146.

Baes, Jonas. 2002. "That's Ethnomusicology! - or - 'Could my study of songs help indigenous Philippine peoples in disputes over ancestral domain?'." Perfect Beat 5 (4): 21-44.

Becker, Judith. 2004. Deep Listeners: Music, Emotion, and Trancing. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 216 p., bibliog., index, 25 photos, 26 figures. ISBN 0-253-34393-3 (cloth), 0-253-21672-9 (paper)

Beckett, Jeremy. 2001. "'This music crept by me upon the waters': recollections of researching Torres Strait Islander music, 1958-1961." Perfect Beat 5(3): 75-99.

Catlin-Jairazbhoy, Amy. 2004. "A Sidi CD? Globalisation of Music and the Sacred." In Sidis and Scholars: Essays on African Indians, edited by Amy Catlin-Jairazbhoy and Edward A. Alpers, 178-211. Noida, U.P. (India) and Trenton, N.J.: Rainbow Publishers and Red Sea Press, 2004.

Dunbar-Hall, Peter. 2004. "'Alive and Deadly': A Sociolinguistic Reading of Rock Songs by Australian Aboriginal Musicians." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 41-48.

Feld, Steve, and Denis Crowdy. 2002. "Riff: Papua New Guinean Music and the Politics of Sound Recording - Steve Feld in dialogue with Denis Crowdy." Perfect Beat 5 (4): 78-85.

Guy, Nancy. 2001. "How Does "Made in Taiwan" Sound? Perfect Beat 5 (3): 1-17.

Hayward, Philip. 2001. A Glad Round of Melody and Song: Frank Hurley and the Music of Erub, 1920/21." Perfect Beat 5 (3): 66-74.

Hayward, Philip, and Junko Konishi. 2001. "Mokuyo-to no ongaku: music and the Japanese community in the Torres Strait (1890-1941)" Perfect Beat 5 (3): 46-65.

Homan, Shane. 2002. "Access All Eras: Careers, creativity and the Australian tribute band." Perfect Beat 5 (4): 45-59.

Huehns, Colin. 2003. "Lovely ladies stroking strings: Depictions of huqin in Chinese export watercolours." Music in art: International journal for music iconography 28 (1-2): 5-44.

Johnson, Bruce. 2004. "An Interview with Patricia Thompson (Little Pattie)." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 55-78.

Johnson, Henry. 2002. "Sound, Environment and the Politics of Place - Ring Links and their reflections of nature in Ogasawara." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 3-17.

Lundström, Håkan. 2004. I Will Send My Song: Kammu Vocal Genres in the Singing of Kam Raw. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press / Distributed for Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. 216 p. ISBN 87-91114-23-3 (cloth), 87-91114-32-2 (paper) [ Lundstrom Hakan ]

Lundström, Håkan. 2004. Kammu Songs: The Songs of Kam Raw. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press / Distributed for Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. 160 p. ISBN 87-91114-24-1 (paper) [ Lundstrom Hakan ]

Mitchell, Tony. 2001. Dick Lee's Transit Lounge: Orientalism and Pan-Asian Pop." Perfect Beat 5 (3): 18-45.

Morrow, Guy. 2002. "Calling Australia Home - The 'Arrivals' segment of the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 68-79.

Neill, Karen. 2002. "Hook, Line and Singer: Maximising the playlist potential of local music in New Zealand." Perfect Beat 5 (4): 60-74.

Neuenfeldt, Karl. 2001. "Cultural Politics and a Music Recording Project: producing Strike Em!: Contemporary Voices from the Torres Strait." Journal of Intercultural Studies 22 (2): 133-145.

Penslar, Derek Jonathan. 2004. "Radio and the shaping of modern Israel, 1936-1973." In Nationalism, Zionism and Ethnic Mobilization of the Jews in 1900 and Beyond, edited by Michael Berkowitz, 261-82. Leiden: Brill, 2004.

Regev, Motti, and Edwin Seroussi. 2004. Popular Music and National Culture in Israel. Berkeley: University of California Press. 304 p. ISBN 0-520-23652-1 (cloth), 0-520-23654-8 (paper)

Tadashi, Suzuki, and Toni Sant (interviewer). "Suzuki Tadashi and the Shizuoka Theatre Company in New York." TDR: The Drama Review 47(3): 147-158.

Tan Sooi Beng. 2002. "Negotiating Identities: Reconstructing the 'local' in Malaysia through 'world beat'." Perfect Beat 5 (4): 3-20.

Tenzer, Michael. 2000. "Theory and Analysis of Melody in Balinese Gamelan." Music Theory Online 6(2). http://www.societymusictheory.org/mto/issues/mto.00.6.2/toc.6.2.html (Accessed 15 May 2004)


"The Coming of Age of Pop Music." 2004. Special edition of European Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (1)

  • Editor's introduction / René Boomkens (5-7) [ Rene ]
  • Scratching the surface / Juliana Snapper (9-25)
  • Outside in America / Jaap Kooijman (27-41)
  • Does British music still matter? / Simon Frith (43-58)
  • Uncanny identities / René Boomkens (59-74) [ Rene ]
  • Pop in(to) the bedroom / Sarah Louise Baker (75-93)
  • The 'failure' of youth culture / Keith Kahn-Harris (95-111)
Ake, David. 2004. "Negotiating National Identity Among American Jazz Musicians in Paris." Journal of Musicological Research 23 (2): 159-186.

Androutsopoulos, Jannis, and Arno Scholz. "Spaghetti funk: appropriations of hip-hop culture and rap music in Europe." Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 463-480.

Baker, Sarah Louise. 2002. "Bardot, Britney, Bodies and Breasts - Pre-teen girls' negotiations of the corporeal in relation to pop stars and their music." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 18-32.

Braun, Joachim. 2003. "The iconography of the organ: Change in Jewish thought and musical life." Music in art: International journal for music iconography 28 (1-2): 55-69.

Bohlman, Philip V. "Before Hebrew song." In Nationalism, Zionism and Ethnic Mobilization of the Jews in 1900 and Beyond, edited by Michael Berkowitz, 25-59. Leiden: Brill, 2004.

Breen, Marcus. 2004. "The music industry, technology and utopia - an exchange between Marcus Breen and Eamonn Forde." Popular Music 23 (1): 79-89.

Dempsey, J. M. 2004. "McCartney at 60: A Body of Work Celebrating Home and Hearth." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 27-40.

Fitzgerald, Jon. 2002. "Another Front: the impact of British Pop." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 49-67.

Johnson, Fred. 2004. "U2, Mythology, and Mass-mediated Survival." Popular Music & Society 27(1): 79-99.

Marian-Balasa, Marin. 2003. "Music on money: State legitimation and cultural representation." Music in art: International journal for music iconography 28 (1-2): 173-189.

Prevos, Andre J.M. "'In it for the money'": rap and business cultures in France." Popular Music and Society 26 (4): 445-462.

Ramnarine, Tina K. 2003. Ilmatar' Inspirations: Nationalism, Globalization, and the Changing Soundscapes of Finnish Folk Music. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 288 p., 18 halftones, 45 musical examples. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. ISBN 0-226-70402-5 (cloth), 0-226-70403-3 (paper)

Rodger, Gillian. 2004. "Drag, camp and gender subversion in the music and videos of Annie Lennox." Popular Music 23 (1): 17-29.

Savarese, Nicola. 1997. Paris/Artaud/Bali: Antonin Artaud vede il teatro balinese all'Esposizione Coloniale di Parigi del 1931. L'Aquila: Textus. 299 pp.

Savarese, Nicola. 2001. "Antonin Artaud Sees Balinese Theatre at the Paris Colonial Exposition." TDR: The Drama Review. 45 (3): 51-77.

Uimonen, Heikki. 2004. "'Sorry, can't hear you! I'm on a train!' Ringing tones, meanings and the Finnish soundscape." Popular Music 23 (1): 51-62.

Wolfe, Arnold S. 2004. "'Over to you': Can Europe restrain Microsoft's threat to freedom of musical expression in computer-mediated communication?" Popular Music 23 (1): 63-78.


BBC Radio 3: World on your Street. London: British Broadcasting Corporation, 2002-2004. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/world/onyourstreet/. (Accessed 16 July 2004)

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