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SEM Journal – Ethnomusicology – Winter 2020 Issue

Wednesday, February 19, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Stephen Stuempfle
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The Winter 2020 (64.1) issue of Ethnomusicology is currently being shipped to members and is available in JSTOR. Articles in this issue include:

Ethnography as a Way of Life, by Kay Kaufman Shelemay

“A Weekly Mäshräp to Tackle Extremism”: Music-Making in Uyghur Communities and Intangible Cultural Heritage in China, by Rachel Harris

“It's Not a Specific Klezmer Thing, It's a Specific Me Thing”: Klezmer Accordion in Berlin, by Phil Alexander

Disobedient: Activist Choirs, Radical Amateurism, and the Politics of the Past after Yugoslavia, by Ana Hofman

A Heuristic Theory of Metrical Transformation and Tune Metamorphosis: Tracking Creativity in Traditional Cantonese Opera, by Bell Yung

Lyric Formulas as Traditional Compositional Processes in the Folk Blues: A Case Study of Furry Lewis, by J. Tyler Fritts

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For article links and abstracts, please visit the journal issue page in JSTOR at:
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/ethnomusicology.64.issue-1

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https://www.ethnomusicology.org/page/Membership_Join


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