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Current Bibliography, Vol. 49, No. 1 (Winter 2005)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

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Ames, Eric. 2003. "The sound of evolution." Modernism/Modernity 10 (2), April 2003: 297-325.

Arkette, Sophie. 2004. "Sounds like city." Theory, Culture & Society 21 (1): 159-168.

Baldwin, David A. 2004. "Toward an appraisal model for audio materials in regional archives & historical societies." ARSC Journal 35 (2): 179-196.

Barkin, Elaine. 2001. "Afterword. Comments on intercultural communication through music." Perspectives of New Music 39 (2): 57-64.

Bendix, Regina. 2000. "The pleasures of the ear: Toward an ethnography of listening." Cultural Analysis 1: 33-50. http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~caforum/. (12 March 2005)

Berger, Harris M. 2002. "Bauman's verbal art and the social organization of attention: The role of reflexivity in the aesthetics of performance." Journal of American Folklore 115 (455): 62-91.

Brennan, Timothy. 2001. "World music does not exist." Discourse 23 (1): 44-62.

Bowers, Jane. 2002. "Current issues in feminist musical scholarship: Representation and gender performance, identity and subjectivity, and telling stories about women's musical lives." Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music 8 (3): 1-10.

Boyce-Tillman, June. 2004. "Towards an ecology of music education." Philosophy of Music Education Review 12 (2): 102-125. Includes responses by Claudia Gluschankof, Elizabeth Bauer and Mark Garberich, 181-193.

Braun, Hans-Joachim (ed.) 2002. Music and technology in the Twentieth Century. Papers from Symposium ICOHTEC (23rd : 1996 : Budapest, Hungary), International Committee for the History of Technology. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press. 256 p., illus. ISBN 0801868858 (cloth)

Bull, Micheal. 2001. "Soundscapes of the car: A critical study of automobile habitation." In Car Cultures, Daniel Miller (ed), 185-202. Oxford ; New York: Berg.

Bull, Michael. 2004. "Automobility and the power of sound." Theory Culture & Society 21 (4-5): 243-259.

Campbell, Patricia Shehan. 2000. "How musical we are: John Blacking on music, education, and cultural understanding." Journal of Research in Music Education 48 (4): 336-359.

Church, Michael. March 8, 2002. "Defining ethnomusicology: Tuned in to vibes of the global tribes." Times Higher Education Supplement 1528: 24-26.

Connell, John, and Chris Gibson. 2004. "World music: deterritorializing place and identity." Progress in Human Geography 28 (3): 342-361.

Epskamp, Kees. 2003. "Intercultural puzzles: Richard Schechner and the anthropology of theatre in the 20th century." Anthropos 98 (2): 499-510.

Erlmann, Veit (ed.) 2004. Hearing cultures: Essays on sound, listening and modernity. Wenner Gren International Symposium Series. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Papers from Hearing Culture: New Directions in the Anthropology of Sound, April 24-28, 2002, Hacienda de Los Laureles, Oaxaca, Mexico. Wenner-Gren International Symposium, no. 129, 2002. (4 March 2005)

Contents: Hearing cultures: essays on sound, listening and modernity / Veit Erlmann — "But what of the ethnographic ear?" / Veit Erlmann — Listening to the wild blue yonder / Bruce R. Smith — Ambiguous traces, mishearing and auditory space / Paul Carter. (Available online from the Australian Sound Design Project). — Language and nature in sound alignment / Janis B. Nuckolls — Raising spirits and restoring souls: Early modern medical explanations for music's effects / Penelope Gouk — Ether ore / Douglas Kahn — Hearing modernity / Charles Hirschkind — Edison's teeth / Steven Connor — Thinking about sound, proximity and distance in Western experience / Michael Bull — Wiring the world / Emily Thompson.

Feld, Steven. 2000. "A sweet lullaby for world music." Public Culture 12 (1): 145-171.

Feld, Steven, and Donald Brenneis. 2004. "Doing anthropology in sound." American Ethnologist 31 (4): 461-474. Special web supplement to this article in AESonline. (16 February 2005)

Fineman, Yale. 2002. "The economics of information: DW3 and the case for creating a music megasite." Notes 58 (3): 504-510.

Giese, Mark. 2004. "Community property: Digital music and the economic modalities of transmission and ritual modes of communication." Journal of Communication Inquiry 28 (4): 342-362.

Hickmann, Ellen, Anne D. Kilmer, and Ricardo Eichmann (eds.) 2002. The archaeology of sound: origin and organisation. Papers from the 2nd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology at Monastery Michaelstein, 17-23 September 2000. Studies in Music Archaeology III, part 1, 9-319. Orient-Archäologie, Band 10. Rahden/Westfalen: Verlag Marie Leidorf.

Humphreys, Michael, Andrew D Brown, and Mary Jo Hatch. 2003. "Is ethnography jazz?." Organization 10 (1): 5-31.

Imada, Tadahiko. 2003, "Acoustic ecology considered as a connotation: Semiotic, post-colonial and educational views of soundscape." In Acoustic Ecology: Published Proceedings, WFAE Symposium 2003, 1-6. Melbourne: World Forum For Acoustic Ecology.

Imada, Tadahiko. 2004. "Postcoloniality and music education: Finding the colonial gaze." In The Puerto Papers. International Seminar of the Commission on Music in Cultural, Educational and Mass Media Policies in Music Education, ISME 2004 (7-10 July 2004 : Tenerife, Spain), 77-85. Nedlands, Western Australia: International Society for Music Education.

International Advisory Editors of Popular Music. 2005. "Can we get rid of the ‘popular’ in popular music? A virtual symposium with contributions from the International Advisory Editors of Popular Music." Popular Music 24 (1): 133-145.

Leyshon, Andrew, Peter Webb, Shaun French, Nigel Thrift, and Louise Crewe. 2005. "On the reproduction of the musical economy after the Internet." Media, Culture & Society 27 (2): 177-209.

Linehan, Andy (ed.). 2001. Aural history: Essays on recorded sound. London: British Library. 168 p., illus. ISBN 0-7123-4741-0.

Moisala, Pirkko. 1999. "Musical gender in performance," Women & Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture 3: 1-16.

Nattiez, Jean-Jacques. 2004. "Ethnomusicologie et significations musicales." l'Homme (171-72): 53-83.

Nettl, Bruno. 2004. "Une anthropologie de la musique classique occidentale : la culture comme "autre." l'Homme (171-72): 333-351.

Nicholas, George P., and Kelly P. Bannister. 2004. "Copyrighting the Past? Emerging Intellectual Property Rights Issues in Archaeology." Current Anthropology45 (3): 327-350.

Otchet, Amy. 2000. "Youth’s sonic forces." UNESCO Courier (July/August): 23-56. http://www.unesco.org/courier/2000_07/uk/doss0.htm.

Rodriguez, Carlos Xavier. 2003. "World musics in music education: Purpose, structure, and goals." Journal of the Indian Musicological Society 34: 47-63.

Rousseaux, Francis, and Alain Bonardi. 2004. "'Music-ripping': des pratiques qui provoquent la musicologie." In "Musical creativity," special issue of Musicae Scientiae 2003-2004: 111-23.

Sabbe, Herman. 2003. "Art musics, popular musics (from Zappa to Zimmermann)" International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 34 (2): 161-172.

Sarkissian, Margaret. 1999. "Thoughts on the study of gender in ethnomusicology: A pedagogical perspective." Women & Music 1999: 17-26.

Steorts, Jason. Oct 14, 2002. "Plucking on my Mbira: The ultra-relativist world of ethnomusicology." National Review 54 (19): 50-54.

Sterne, Jonathan. 2001. "A machine to hear for them: On the very possibility of sound’s reproduction." Cultural Studies 15 (2): 259-294.

Sterne, Jonathan. 2003. The audible past: Cultural origins of sound reproduction. Durham: Duke University Press. x, 450 p. ISBN 082233013X.

Tillman, June. 2004. "Towards an ecology of music education." Philosophy of Music Education Review 12 (2): 102-125.

Truax, Barry (ed.). 1999. Handbook for acoustic ecology, 2nd ed. Music of the Environment Series, no. 5. Burnaby, BC, Canada: Cambridge Street Publishing, 1999. ISBN 0889850119. http://www2.sfu.ca/sonic-studio/handbook/. (2 March 2005) van Tongeren, Mark. 2002. Overtone singing: physics and metaphysics of harmonics in East and West. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Fusica. 271 p., compact disc. ISBN 90-807163-1-6 (cloth), 90-807163-2-4 (paper)

Vandenabeele, Bart. 2004. "New" Media, Art, and Intercultural Communication." Journal of Aesthetic Education 38 (4): 1-9.

Waterman, Ellen (ed.). 2002. Sonic geography imagined and remembered. Proceedings from Sound Escape: International Conference on Acoustic Ecology (28 June-2 July, 2001 : Trent University : Peterborough, Ontario, Canada). Toronto : Penumbra Press : Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies. 140 p. ISBN 1-894131-34-7.

Contents: Preface / Crispin Jewitt — Using recordings to study musical performance / Daniel Leech Wilkinson — Contextual discography. The cultural significance of the repertoire of East African taarab music legend, Siti binti Saad / Janet Topp Fargion — The Century Speaks. A millennium oral history project / Rob Perks — The National Sound Archive. The first fifty years / Timothy Day — Capturing and preserving the sounds of nature / Richard Ranft — The hidden history of British commercial radio. Radio archives as cultural witness / Sean Street — Forensic evidence in historical sound recordings / Peter Copeland — Black British Swing. The African Diaspora's contribution to England's own jazz of the 1930s and 1940s / Andrew Simons — Do they mean us? Archiving current creative practice / Toby Oakes.

Weidman, Amanda. 2003. "Guru and gramophone: Fantasies of fidelity and modern technologies of the real." Public Culture 15 (3): 453-476.

West, Paige, and James G. Carrier. 2004. "Ecotourism and authenticity: Getting away from it all?" Current Anthropology 45 (4): 483-498.

Zbikowski, Lawrence M. 2004. "Modelling the groove: Conceptual structure and popular music." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 129 (2): 272-297.


Ballantine, Christopher. 2004. "Re-thinking ‘whiteness’? Identity, change and ‘white’ popular music in post-apartheid South Africa." Popular Music 23 (2): 105-131.

Coester, Markus. 2004. "'Ghana is the name we wish to proclaim' — Two popular Caribbean voices and the independence of Ghana.' Ntama, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture (26 April). http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/. (7 March 2005)

Coplan, David B. 2003. "Sound of Africa!" Anthropological Quarterly 76 (1): 135-149.

Emoff, Ron. 2003. "Direct-current recall in Madagascar." TDR: The Drama Review 47 (3) (T179): 32-44.

Englert, Birgit. 2004. "Africa raps back: Reflections on HipHop from Tanzania and South Africa." In Crossing borders: Interdisciplinary approaches to Africa, Anne Schroder (ed.), 77-98. African Studies/Afrikanische Studien 23. Munster: Lit Verlag.

Euba, Akin 1935-. 2001. "Text setting in African composition." Research in African Literatures 32 (2): 119-132.

Gilman, Lisa. 2001. "Purchasing praise: Women, dancing, and patronage in Malawi party politics." Africa Today (4): 43-64.

Gilman, Lisa. 2004. "The traditionalization of women's dancing, hegemony, and politics in Malawi." Journal of Folklore Research 41 (1):33-60.

Goodman, Jane E. 2002. ""Stealing our heritage?": Women's folksongs, copyright law, and the public domain in Algeria." Africa Today 49 (1): 85-97.

Gordon, David M. 2004. "The cultural politics of a traditional ceremony: Mutomboko and the performance of history on the Luapula (Zambia)" Comparative Studies in Society and History 46 (1): 63-83.

Green, Doris. 2004. "No longer an oral tradition." Ntama, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture (4 January). http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/. (7 March 2005)

Gunderson, Frank D. 2001. "From 'dancing with porcupines' to 'twirling a hoe': Musical labor transformed in Sukumaland, Tanzania." Africa Today 48 (4): 3-25.

Henderson, Clara. 2001. "'When hearts beat like native drums': music and the sexual dimensions of the notions of 'savage' and 'civilized' in Tarzan and His Mate, 1934." Africa Today 48 (4): 91-124.

Henderson, Clara. 2004. "Women as religious and political praise singers within african institutions: The case of the CCAP Blantyre Synod and political parties in Malawi." Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture 8: 22-40.

Larkin, Brian. 2004. "Degraded images, distorted sounds: Nigerian video and the infrastructure of piracy." Public Culture 16 (2): 289-314.

Marlin-Curiel, Stephanie. 2001. "Rave new world: Trance-mission, trance-nationalism, and trance-scendence in the 'New' South Africa." TDR: The Drama Review 45 (3) (T171): 149-168.

Muller, Carol Ann. 2002. "Covers, copies, and 'colo[u]redness' in postwar Cape Town." Cultural Analysis 3: 19-46. http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~caforum/. (12 March 2005)

Ntarangwi, Mwenda. 2001. "A socio-historical and contextual analysis of popular musical performance among the Swahili of Mombasa, Kenya." Cultural Analysis 2: 1-37. http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~caforum/. (12 March 2005)

Nzewi, Meki. 2001. "Beyond song texts — The lingual fundamentals of African drum music." Research in African Literatures 32 (2): 90-104.

Omojola, Bode. 2001. "African pianism as an intercultural compositional framework: A study of the piano works of Akin Euba." Research in African Literatures 32 (2): 153-174.

Reed, Daniel B. 2001. "Pop goes the sacred: Dan mask performance and popular culture in postcolonial Cote d'Ivoire." Africa Today 48 (4): 67-85.

Scherzinger, Martin. 2001. "Negotiating the music-theory/African-music nexus: a political critique of ethnomusicological anti-formalism and a strategic analysis of the harmonic patterning of the Shona Mbira song Nyamaropa." Perspectives of New Music 39 (1): 5-117.


Amos, Edward. 2002. Gravesites of Southern musicians: A guide to over 300 jazz, blues, country and rock performers' burial places. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland. 163 p., 171 photographs, appendix, bibliog., index. ISBN 0-7864-1270-4.

Aparicio, Frances R., and Câandida Jâaquez (eds.), with María Elena Cepeda. 2003. Musical migrations: Transnationalism and cultural hybridity in Latin/o America. Vol. 1. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 216 p. ISBN: 1-4039-6000-3 (cloth), 1-4039-6001-1 (paper) [Candida Jaquez Maria]

Aparna, Dharwadker. 2003. "Diaspora and the theatre of the nation." Theatre Research International 28 (3): 303-325.

Ardet, Natalie. 2004. "Teenagers, Internet and Black Metal." In Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler & Fränk Zimmer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04) Graz/Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/ [Frank]

Bilby, Kenneth M. 2001. "Aleke: New music and new identities in the Guianas." Latin American Music Review 22 (1): 31-47.

Bloechl, Olivia A. "Protestant imperialism and the representation of Native American song." Musical Quarterly 2004 87 (1): 44-86.

Brooks, Tim. 2004. "George W. Johnson: The first African-American recording star." ARSC Journal 35 (1): 37-66.

Brooks, Tim. 2004. "George W. Johnson: An annotated discography ARSC Journal 35 (1): 67-89.

Brooks, Tim. 2004. Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, 1890-1919. Appendix by Dick Spottswood. 664 p., illus., bibliog., discog., index. ISBN 0-252-02850-3 (cloth)

Brown, Lee B. 2004. "Marsalis and Baraka: An essay in comparative cultural discourse." Popular Music 23 (3): 241-255.

Carpenter, Renee H. 2002. "Margaret MacArthur: songs, family, traditions and country living." Sing Out! 46 (3): 62-68.

Chee, Florence. 2002/2003. "Different strokes — Moving to the beat of just one drummer. The acoustic dimensions of the sport of dragonboating." Soundscape, the Journal of Acoustic Ecology 3 (2) & 4 (1): 10-14.

Cober-Lake, Justin. 2004. "Hard knock life? Cross-racial covering and the social construction of musical meaning from Coltrane and Baraka to Public Enemy and Jay-Z." Chapter&Verse Issue 2 (Autumn) http://www.popmatters.com/chapter/ (3 March 2005)

Collins, Nick (ed.). 2003. "Groove, pit and wave: Recording, transmission and music." Issue title of Leonardo Music Journal 13.

Cooper, Elizabeth. 2004. "Dances about Spain: Censorship at the Federal Theatre Project. "Theatre Research International 29 (3): 232-246.

Dailly, Parick. 2004. "The case of 'Victor': Auden, Rush and the rock'n'roll sensibility." Chapter&Verse Issue 2 (Autumn) http://www.popmatters.com/chapter/ (3 March 2005)

Dinerstein, Joel 1958-. 2003. "Music, memory, and cultural identity in the jazz age." American Quarterly 55 (2): 303-313.

Dudley, Shannon. 2001. "Ray Holman and the changing role of the steelband, 1957-72." Latin American Music Review 22 (2), Fall/Winter 2001: 183-198.

Elder, D. Rose. 2001. "'Es sind zween Weg': Singing Amish children into the faith community." Cultural Analysis 2: 39-67. http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~caforum/. (12 March 2005)

Ergur, Ali, and Yigit Aydin. 2004. "Patterns of modernization in Turkish music as indicators of a changing society." In Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler & Fränk Zimmer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04) Graz/Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/

Feigenbaum, Anna. 2005. "‘Some guy designed this room I’m standing in': Marking gender in press coverage of Ani DiFranco." Popular Music 24 (1): 37-56.

French, Jan Hoffman. 2002. "French dancing for land: Law-making and cultural performance in northeastern Brazil." PoLAR: The Political and Legal Anthropology Review 25 (1): 19-35. http://www.aaanet.org/apla/polar.html. (4 March 2005)

Gracyk, Theodore. 2002. "Jazz after jazz : Ken Burns and the construction of jazz history." Philosophy and Literature 26 (1): 173-187.

Grasse, Jonathon. 2004. "Conflation and conflict in Brazilian popular music: forty years between ‘filming’ bossa nova in Orfeu Negro and rap in Orfeu." Popular Music 23 (3): 291-310.

Gysin, Fritz. 2002. "From 'liberating voices' to 'metathetic ventriloquism': Boundaries in recent African-American jazz fiction." Callaloo 25 (1): 274-287.

Hagedorn, Katherine. 2004. "Leguagua, Sunni, and the rest of the Risas: A fantasy." The Open Space Magazine (6): 115-130.

Hafstein, Valdimar (tr.) 2004. "The politics of origins: Collective creation revisited." Journal of American Folklore 117 (465, Summer 2004: 300-315.

Hanna, Judith Lynne. 2003. "Exotic dance adult entertainment: Ethnography challenges false mythology." City & Society 15 (2): 165-193.

Henke, Lucy L. 2005. "Extending the effectiveness of advertising: recognizing the social context of music perception." Music Business Journal 5 (1) http://www.musicjournal.org/articles.html. (3 March 2005)

Hickerson, Joe. 2002. "Alan Lomax 1915-2002. (Last Chorus)." Sing Out! 46 (3): 24-26.

Hollerbach, Peter. 2004. "(Re)voicing tradition: Improvising aesthetics and identity on local jazz scenes." Popular Music 23 (2): 155-171.

Johnson, Maria V. 2004. "Pouring out the blues: Gwen "Sugar Mama" Avery's song of freedom." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 25 (1): 93-110.

Johnson, Phylis. 2004. "Black radio politically defined: Communicating community and political empowerment through Stevie Wonder's KJLH-FM, 1992-2002." Political Communication 21 (3): 353-367.

Jong, Nanette de. 2003. "An anatomy of creolization: Curacao and the Antillean waltz." Latin American Music Review 24 (2): 233-251.

Jorgensen, Estelle R. 2004. "Pax Americana and the World of Music Education." Journal of Aesthetic Education 38 (3): 1-18.

Lei, Daphne. 2003. "The production and consumption of Chinese Theatre in nineteenth-century California." Theatre Research International 28 (3): 289-302.

Leisiö, Timo, and Markku Niskanen. 2004. "Musical grammar of yoiks and the genetic background of the North Saami." In Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler & Fränk Zimmer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04) Graz/Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/ [Leisio]

Leon, Javier E. 1999. "Peruvian musical scholarship and the construction of an academic other." Latin American Music Review 20 (2): 168-184.

Lima, Luiz Fernando Nascimento de. 2003. "Musica e Fala: O Discurso Verbal em um Espetaculo de Samba." Latin American Music Review 24 (1): 95-125.

Lindberg, Ulf. 2003 "Popular modernism? The ‘urban’ style of interwar Tin Pan Alley." Popular Music 22 (3): 283-298.

Link, Stan. 2004. "Sympathy for the Devil? Music of the psycho post-Psycho." Screen 45 (1): 1-20.

Lovesey, Oliver. 2004. "Anti-Orpheus: Narrating the dream brother." Popular Music 23 (3): 331-348.

Manuel, Peter. 2004. "The guajira between Cuba and Spain: A study in continuity and change." Latin American Music Review 25 (2): 137-162.

Maxwell, William J. 2004. "Ralph Ellison and the Constitution of Jazzocracy." Journal of Popular Music Studies 16 (1): 40-57.

Miralis, Yiannis Christos. 2003. "Multicultural-world music education at the Big Ten schools: a description of course offerings." Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 22 (1): 44-56.

Moreno, Jairo. 2004. "Bauza-Gillespie-Latin/Jazz: Difference, modernity, and the Black Caribbean." South Atlantic Quarterly 103 (1): 81-99.

Murchison, Gayle. 2002. "Mary Lou Williams's Hymn Black Christ of the Andes (St. Martin de Porres): Vatican II, Civil Rights, and Jazz as Sacred Music." Musical Quarterly 86 (4): 591-629.

Nikitina, Svetlana. 2004. "Mind Ahead of the Tone: Integration of Technique and Imagination in Vocal Training at Tanglewood Summer Institute." Journal of Aesthetic Education 38 (1): 23-34.

Penin, Jose. 2003. "Musica popular de masas, de medios, urbana o mesomusica venezolana." Latin American Music Review 24 (1): 62-94.

Pond, Steven F. 2003. "Jamming the reception: Ken Burns, Jazz, and the problem of 'America's music'." Notes 60 (1): 11-45.

Purdue, Derek. 2004. "Writing in the Margins: Brazilian Hip-Hop as an Educational Project." Anthropology & Education Quarterly 35 (4): 41-432.

Radano, Ronald M. 1995. "Soul Texts and the Blackness of Folk." Modernism/Modernity 2 (1): 71-95.

Radano, Ronald Michael. 2002. "Narrating Black music's past." Radical History Review Issue 84: 115-118.

Reily, Suzel Ana 1955-. 2001. "To remember captivity: The Congados of southern Minas Gerais." Latin American Music Review 22 (1): 4-30.

Rosen, Ralph Mark. 1999. "Comedies of transgression in Gangsta Rap and ancient classical poetry." New Literary History 30 (4): 897-928.

Rosenberg, Neil V. 2002. "Repetition, innovation, and representation in Don Messer's media repertoire." Journal of American Folklore 115 (456): 191-208.

Santacreu Fernández, Oscar, and Antonio Alaminos Chica. 2004. "Let the music play the feelings: The performative effect of music in advertising." In Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler & Fränk Zimmer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04) Graz/Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/ [Fernandez]

Shuker, Roy. 2004. "Beyond the ‘high fidelity’ stereotype: Defining the (contemporary) record collector." Popular Music 23 (3): 311-330.

Stephens, Vincent. 2005. "Pop goes the rapper: A close reading of Eminem's genderphobia." Popular Music 24 (1): 21-36.

Sterne, Jonathan. 1998. "Thinking the Internet: Cultural studies vs. the millennium." In Doing Internet Research, Steve Jones (ed.), 257-288. Thousand Oaks, [California]: Sage.

Sterne, Jonathan. 2003. "Headset culture, audile technique, and sound space as private space." Tijdschrift voor Media Geschiedenis (TMG) 6 (2): 57-82.

Stratton, Jon. 2005. "Jews, punk and the Holocaust: From the Velvet Underground to the Ramones — the Jewish-American story." Popular Music 24 (1): 79-105.

Titon, Jeff Todd 1943-. 2004. "Letter from Ole Bull to Sara Thorp." Journal of American Folklore 117 (465): 316-324.

Traut, Don. 2005. "‘Simply irresistible’: Recurring accent patterns as hooks in mainstream 1980s music." Popular Music 24 (1): 57-77.

Turino, Thomas. 2003. "Nationalism and Latin American music: Selected case studies and theoretical considerations." Latin American Music Review 24 (2): 169-209.

Vilches, Patricia. 2004. "De Violeta Parra a Victor Jara y Los Prisioneros: Recuperacion de la memoria colectiva e identidad cultural a traves de la musica comprometida." Latin American Music Review 25 (2): 195-215.

Villalobos, Jose Pablo. 2004. "Corridos and La Pura Verdad: Myths and realities of the Mexican ballad." South Central Review 21 (3): 129-149.

Whitman, Brian, and Steve Lawrence. 2002. "Inferring descriptions and similarity for music from community metadata." In Proceedings of the 2002 International Computer Music Conference, September 16-21, Götegorg, Sweden, 16-19, 2002, 591-598. http://web.media.mit.edu/~bwhitman/whitman02inferring.pdf. (5 March 2005) [Gotegorg]

West-Durán, Alan. 2004. "Rap's diasporic dialogues: Cuba's redefinition of Blackness." Journal of Popular Music Studies 16 (1): 4-39. [Duran]

Wile, Raymond R. 2002. "The Automatic Phonograph Exhibition Company and the beginnings of the nickel-in-the-slot phonograph." ARSC Journal 33 (1): 1-20.

Wile, Raymond R. 2003. "The Metropolitan Phonograph Company." ARSC Journal 34 (1): 1-13.

Wile, Raymond R. 2004. "The North American Phonograph Company: Part 1 (1888-1892)" ARSC Journal 35 (1): 1-36.

Wile, Raymond R. 2004. "The North American Phonograph Company: Part II (1893-1898)" ARSC Journal 35 (2): 206-231.

Wiseman, Nathan. 2004. "Writing rock: A psychogeography of pop." Chapter&Verse Issue 2 (Autumn) http://www.popmatters.com/chapter/ (3 March 2005)

Young, David. 2004. "The promotional state and Canada's Juno Awards." Popular Music 23 (3): 271-289.

Asia & Oceania

Badalkhan, Sabir. 2003. "Balochi oral tradition." Oral Tradition 18 (2): 229-235.

Baes, Jonas, and Eve Klein. 2002. "Riff: Land rights, marginalisation and ethnomusicology in the Philippines." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 80-91.

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.

Beken, Münir Nurettin. 2003. "Aesthetics and artistic criticism at the Turkish gazino." Music & Anthropology 8. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005) [Munir]

Brinner, Ben. 2003. "Beyond Israelis vs. Palestinians or Jews vs. Arabs: The social ramifications of musical interaction." Music & Anthropology 8. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005)

Brown, Katherine Butler. 2004. "The That System of Seventeenth-century North Indian Ragas: A Preliminary Report on the Treatises of Kamilkhani." Asian Music 35 (1): 1-13.

Chapman, Adam. 2004. "Music and digital media across the Lao diaspora." Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 5 (2): 129-144.

Chen, Fan Pen. 2003. "Shadow theaters of the world." Asian Folklore Studies 63 (1): 25-65.

Chen, Fan Pen Li. 2004. Visions for the masses: Chinese shadow plays from Shaanxi and Shanxi. Cornell East Asia Series, no. 121. 284 p. ISBN 1-885445-21-0 (paper)

Chen, Pi-yen. 2004. "The Chant of the Pure and the Music of the Popular: Conceptual Transformation in Contemporary Chinese Buddhist Chants." Asian Music 35 (2): 79-97.

Chen, Szu-Wei. 2005. "The rise and generic features of Shanghai popular songs in the 1930s and 1940s." Popular Music 24 (1): 107-125.

Falk, Catherine. 2004. "Hmong instructions to the dead: what the mouth organ qeej says (part one)." Asian Folklore Studies 63 (1): 1-30.

Falk, Catherine. 2004. "The dragon taught us: Hmong stories about the origin of the free reed pipes, Qeej." Asian Music 35 (1): 17-56.

Fitzgerald, Jon. 2002. "Another Front: The impact of British Pop within New South Wales (Australia) 1963-1966." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 49-67.

Formaggia, Cristina Wistari. 2004. "Il Gambuh: un archetipo delle arti sceniche balinesi. Con una nota introduttiva di Mirella Schino." Teatro e storia 24 (XVII/2002/2003): n.p.

Gade, Anna M. 2002. "Taste, talent, and the problem of internalization: a Qur'anic study in religious musicality from Southeast Asia." History of Religions 41 (4): 328-368.

Gibbs, Jason. 2004. "The West's Songs, Our Songs: The Introduction and Adaptation of Western Popular Song in Vietnam before 1940." Asian Music 35 (1): 57-83.

Grehan, Helena. 2003. "Rakini Devi: Diasporic subject and agent provocateur." Theatre Research International 28 (3): 229-244.

Greene, Paul D. 2004. "The Dhamma as Sonic Praxis: Paritta Chant in Buddhist Theravada Buddhism." Asian Music 35 (2): 43-78.

Greene, Paul D., Keith Howard, Terry E. Miller, Steven G. Nelson, Phong T. Nguyen, and Hwee-San Tan. 2004. "Buddhism and the musical cultures of Asia: An annotated discography." Asian Music 35 (2): 133-174.

Guy, Nancy. 2004. "La tournee americana di Mei Lanfang (1929-30)" Teatro e storia 24 (XVII/2002/2003): n.p.

Hesselink, Nathan, and Jonathan Christian Petty. 2005. "Landscape and soundscape: Geomantic spatial mapping in Korean traditional music." Journal of Musicological Research 23 (3/4) 265-288.

Huehns, Colin. 2001. "The early music Erhu." Galpin Society Journal 55: 56-61.

Huehns, Colin. 2003. "Experimental and traditional Huqin: The Sanhu and Erxianzi." Galpin Society Journal 56: 61-69.

Hiroyuki, Hashimoto. 2003. "Between preservation and tourism: Folk performing arts in contemporary Japan." Asian Folklore Studies 62 (2): 225-237.

Huang, Hao, and Bussakorn Sumrongthong. 2004. "Speaking with spirits: the Hmong Ntoo Xeeb New Year ceremony." Asian Folklore Studies 63 (1): 31-56.

Humphreys, Paul. 2001. "The flowering of gending Agbekor: a musical collaboration with I Dewa Putu Berata." Perspectives of New Music 39 (2): 5-30.

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.

Keister, Jay. 2004. "The Shakuhachi as Spiritual Tool: A Japanese Buddhist Instrument in the West." Asian Music 35 (2): 99-131.

Killick, Andrew P. 2003. "Jockeying for tradition: The checkered history of Korean Ch'angguk opera." Asian Theatre Journal 20 (1): 43-70.

Kim, Seong-nae. 2004. "Shamanic epics and narrative construction of identity on Cheju Island." Asian Folklore Studies 63 (1): 57-79.

Kandemir, Huseyin, and Debbie Lovatt. November 1, 2001. "Mosaic: The disappearing Yoruk. The Middle East: 48-50.

Kisaragi, Koharu. 2004. "MORAL: A play by Kisaragi Koharu." Script translated by Tsuneda Keiko and Colleen Lanki. Asian Theatre Journal 21 (2): 119-176.

Kunimitsu, Kawamura. 2003. "A female shaman's mind and body, and possession." Asian Folklore Studies 62 (2): 257-290.

Kvetko, Peter. 2004. "Can the Indian tune go global?." TDR: The Drama Review 48 (4) (T184): 183-191.

Lam, Joseph Sui Ching. 1999. "Embracing "Asian American Music" as an Heuristic Device." Journal of Asian American Studies 2 (1): 29-60.

Largey, Michael D. 2004. "Ethnographic transcription and music ideology in Haiti: The music of Werner A. Jaegerhuber." Latin American Music Review 25 (1): 1-31.

Law, Wing Wah and Wai-chung Ho. 2003. "Music education in Taiwan: The pursuit for 'local' and 'national' identity." Journal of the Indian Musicological Society 34: 83-96.

Lindsay, Jennifer. 2002. "Television, orality and performance : Indonesia's 1999 elections." Archipel 64: 323-336.

Marrett, Allan. 2004. "Teaching and research in musicology with special reference to ethnomusicology." Sounds Australian 64: 22-24. http://www.amcoz.com.au/publications/journal.htm (30 March 2006)

McClellan, Michael. 2003. "Performing empire: Opera in colonial Hanoi." Journal of Musicological Research 22 (1/2): 135-166.

Moro, Pamela. 2004. "Constructions of nation and the classicisation of music: comparative perspectives from Southeast and South Asia." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 35 (2): 187-211.

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.

Movahed, Azin. 2004. "Religious Supremacy, Anti-imperialist Nationhood, and Persian Musicology after the 1979 Revolution." Asian Music 35 (1): 85-113.

Moulin, Jane Freeman. 2002. Kaputuhe: Exploring word-based performance on Marquesan musical instruments." Galpin Society Journal 55: 130-168.

Napier, John. 2004. "An Old Tradition but a Very New Practice: Accompaniment and the Saturation Aesthetic in Indian Music." Asian Music 35 (1): 115-134.

Newsome, Jennifer K. 2003. "What of indigenous Australian music musicians?" Sounds Australian 64: 28-29. http://www.amcoz.com.au/publications/journal.htm (30 March 2006)

Ojamaa, Triinum, and Jaan Ross. 2004. "Relationship between texts and tunes in Siberian folksongs." In Richard Parncutt, Annekatrin Kessler & Fränk Zimmer (Eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04) Graz/Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/. (27 February 2005)

Park; Chan E.. 2003. "Poetics and politics of Korean oral tradition in a cross-cultural context." The World Of Music 45 (3):91-103.

Philip, Susan. 2004. "Diasporic spaces in K.S. Maniam's The Sandpit: Womensis." Asian Theatre Journal 21 (2): 177-186.

Poplawska, Marzanna. 2004. "Wayang Wahyu as an example of Christian forms of shadow theatre." Asian Theatre Journal 21 (2): 194-202.

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Rustin, Nichole T. 2004. "Jams of consequence: Rethinking the jazz age in Japan and China." Radical History Review Issue 90: 95-101.

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Sankaran, Chitra. 2003. "Gendered spaces in the Taipucam festival, Singapore." Theatre Research International 28 (3): 245-258.

Shim, Jung-Soon 2004. "Recasting the national motherhood: Transactions of Western feminisms in Korean theatre." Theatre Research International 29 (2): 143-154.

Shope, Bradley. 2004. "Anglo-Indian identity, knowledge, and power: Western ballroom music in Lucknow." TDR: The Drama Review 48 (4) (T184): 167-182. Includes "Survey of 78 RPM Collections in Lucknow," 169.

Smith, Hope Munro. 2004. "Performing gender in the Trinidad calypso." Latin American Music Review 25 (1) Spring/Summer 2004: 32-56.

Smith, Jacob. 2004. "I can see tomorrow in your dance: A study of Dance Dance Revolution and music video games." Journal of Popular Music Studies 16 (1): 58-84. (13 March 2005)

Smith, James. 2004. "Karagöz and Hacivat: Projections of subversion and conformance." Asian Theatre Journal 21 (2): 187-193. [Karagoz]

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Solomon, Thomas. 2005. "‘Living underground is tough’: Authenticity and locality in the hip-hop community in Istanbul, Turkey." Popular Music 24 (1): 1-20.

Suryadi. 2005. "Identity, media and the margins: Radio in Pekanbaru, Riau (Indonesia)" Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 36 (1): 131-151.

Swedenburg, Ted. 2003. "Musical interzones: The Middle East and beyond." Music & Anthropology 8. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005)

Takahashi, Minoru. 2001. "A Portuguese clavichord in Sixteenth-century Japan?" Galpin Society Journal 55: 116-123.

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Wang, Yuhwen. 20040 "The Ethical Power of Music: Ancient Greek and Chinese Thoughts." Journal of Aesthetic Education 38 (1): 89-104.

Wai-Chung, H. 2004. "A comparative study of music education in Shanghai and Taipei: Westernization and nationalization." Compare 34 (2): 231-249.

Widdess, Richard. 2004. "Carya and Caca: Change and Continuity in Newar Buddhist Ritual Song." Asian Music 35 (2): 7-41.

Yeh, Emilie Yueh-yu. 2003. "Elvis, please allow me to introduce myself: American music and neocolonialism in Taiwan cinema." Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 15 (1): 1-28.

Young, Greg. 2004. "‘So slide over here’: The aesthetics of masculinity in late twentieth-century Australian pop music." Popular Music 23 (2): 173-193.

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Ake, David. 2004. "Negotiating national identity among American jazz musicians in Paris." Journal of Musicological Research 23 (2): 159-186.

Albiez, Sean. 2003 "Know history!: John Lydon, cultural capital and the prog/punk dialectic." Popular Music 22 (3): 357-374.

Bohlman, Philip Vilas. 1994. "Music, modernity, and the foreign in the New Germany." Modernism/Modernity 1 (1): 121-152.

Bostrom, Mathias. 2003. "The phonogram archive of the Stockholm Ethnographic Museum: Another chapter in the history of ethnographic cylinder recordings." Fontes Artis Musicae 50 (1): 22-35.

Bull, Michael. 2000. Sounding out the city: Personal stereos and the management of everyday life. Materializing culture. Oxford ; New York : Berg. vii, 208 p., bibliog., index. ISBN 1859733379 (cloth), 1859733425 (paper)

Burns, Gary. 2004. "Fan culture, the Internet, and the British influence in popular music studies." Journal of American Culture 27 (2): 199-209.

Cohen, Judith R., Esperança Bonet Roig, and Manel Frau, 2004. "Report and Projects: Music in the Balearic and Pityusan Islands." Music & Anthropology 9. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005) [Esperanca]

Cormack, Patricia. 2005. "Angels, bells, television and Ireland: the place of the Angelus broadcast in the Republic." Media, Culture & Society 27 (2): 271-287.

DaSilva, Francisco Vaz. 2004. "The madonna and the cuckoo: an exploration in European symbolic conceptions." Comparative Studies in Society and History 46 (2): 273-299.

Dawe, Kevin. 2003. "Lyres and the body politic: studying musical instruments in the Cretan musical landscape." Popular Music and Society 26 (3) 263-284.

Faulkner, Robert R., and Jane W. Davidson. 2004. "Men’s vocal behaviour and the construction of Self." Musicae scientiae 8 (2): 231-255.

Fleming, Rachel C. 2004. "Resisting cultural standardization: Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann and the revitalization of traditional music in Ireland." Journal of Folklore Research 41 (2): 227-257.

Fraser, Mariam. 2005. "Making Music Matter." Theory, Culture & Society 22 (1): 173-189.

Frew, Catherine and Arnold Myers. 2003. "Sir Samuel Hellier's 'Musicall Instruments." Galpin Society Journal 56: 6-27.

Fugazzotto, Giuliana. 2004. "A musical journey around Sicily." Music & Anthropology 9. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005)

Greenhill, Pauline. 2002. "Folk and academic racism: Concepts from Morris and folklore." Journal of American Folklore 115 (456): 226-246.

Haines, John. 2004. "Living troubadours and other recent uses for Medieval music." Popular Music 23 (2): 133-153.

Hess, Franklin L. 2003. "Close encounters of the common kind: The theoretical and practical implications of popular culture for modern Greek studies." Journal of Modern Greek Studies 21 (1): 37-66.

Hickmann, Ellen, Anne D. Kilmer, and Ricardo Eichmann (eds.) 2002. Music archaeology in the Aegean and Anatolia. Papers from the Colloquium on Music Archaeology organised by the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Istanbul) in cooperation with the ICTM-Study Group on Music Archaeology and the Institut Français d'Archéologie (Istanbul) Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul, 12-16 April, 1993. Studies in Music Archaeology III, part 2, 321-651. Orient-Archäologie, Band 10. Rahden/Westfalen: Verlag Marie Leidorf. [Archaologisches Archeologie Archaologie]

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

Josko Caleta. 2004. "Musical traditions of Bol, the island of Brac: An example of music and musical life on Dalmatian Islands." Music & Anthropology 9. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/ (4 March 2005)

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Leante, Laura 2004. Shaping diasporic sounds: Identity as meaning in Bhangra." The World Of Music 46 (1):109-32.

Lücke, Martin. 2004. Jazz im Totalitarismus: Eine komparative Analyse des politisch motivierten Umgangs mit dem Jazz während der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus und des Stalinismus. Populäre Musik und Jazz in der Forschung, Bd. 10. Münster: Lit Verlag. 264 p., bibliog. ISBN 3-8258-7538-5. [Lucke wahrend Munster]

Martin, Puchner. 2004. "Society of the counter-spectacle: Debord and the theatre of the Situationists. "Theatre Research International 29 (1): 4-15.

McKay, George. 2003 "Just a closer walk with thee: New Orleans-style jazz and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in 1950s Britain." Popular Music 22 (3): 261-281.

McLeod, Ken. 2003 "Space oddities: aliens, futurism and meaning in popular music." Popular Music 22 (3): 337-355.

Myles, J. F. 2000. "Carnival radio: Soca-calypso music and Afro-Caribbean voice in a restricted service license station in Manchester." Journal of Communication Inquiry 24(1):87-112.

Nicholls, David. 2004. "Virtual opera, or, Opera between the ears." Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 129 (1): 100-142.

O'Meara, Caroline. 2003 "The Raincoats: breaking down punk rock's masculinities." Popular Music 22 (3): 299-313.

Parsonage, Catherine. 2003 "A critical reassessment of the reception of early jazz in Britain." Popular Music 22 (3): 315-336.

Pasler, Jan. 2004. "The utility of musical instruments in the racial and colonial agendas of nineteenth-century France." Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 129 (1): 24-76.

Pendzich, Marc. 2004. Von der Coverversion zum Hit-Recycling. Historische, ökonomische und rechtliche Aspekte eines zentralen Phänomens der Pop- und Rockmusik. Populäre Musik und Jazz in der Forschung, Bd. 11. Münster: Lit Verlag. 464 p., bibliog, index, 1 compact disc. ISBN 3-8258-8118-0. [okonomische Phanomens Populare]

Pennanen, Risto Pekka. 2003. "Greek Music Policy Under the Dictatorship of General Ioannis Metaxas (1936-1941)." In Grapta Poikila I, Leena Pietilä-Castrén and Marjaana Vesterinen, eds. (Papers and Monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens 8): 103-130. Helsinki: Foundation of the Finnish Institute at Athens. [Pietila-Castren]

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Radford, Katy. 2004. "Red, white, blue, and orange: An exploration of historically bound allegiances through Loyalist song." The World Of Music 46 (1):71-89.

Ramnarine, Tina K.. 2004. "Imperial legacies and the politics of musical creativity." The World Of Music 46 (1):91-108.

Rintoul, Suzanne. 2004. "Loving the alien: Ziggy Stardust and self-conscious celebrity." M/C Journal 7 (5) http://www.media-culture.org.au/ (4 March 2005)

Rogers, Holly. 2004. "Fitzcarraldo's search for Aguirre: Music and text in the Amazonian films of Werner Herzog." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 129 (1): 77-99.

Russel, Ian. 2004. "Sacred and secular: Identity, style, and performance in two singing traditions from the Pennines." The World Of Music 46 (1):11-40.

Scott-Maxwell, Aline. 2002. "Negotiating difference: Peter Ciani's Italian-Australian musical journey." Perfect Beat 6 (1): 33-48.

Söderman, Johan, and Göran Folkestad. 2004. "How hip-hop musicians learn: Strategies in informal creative music making." Music Education Research 6 (3): 313-326. [Soderman Goran]

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Wagner, Naphtali. 2004. "Fixing a hole in the scale: Suppressed notes in the Beatles' songs." Popular Music 23 (3): 257-269.

Weidman, Amanda. 2003. "Beyond honor and shame: Performing gender in the Mediterranean." Anthropological Quarterly 76 (3): 519-530.

Williams, Sean. 2004. "Melodic ornamentation in the Connemara Sean-nos singing of Joe Heaney." New Hibernia Review 8 (1): 122-145.

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