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Vol. 52, No. 3, Fall 2008
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Volume 52, No. 3
Fall 2008

Timothy J. Cooley
Assistant Editor: Barbara L. Taylor
Book Review Editor:
Frederick Moehn
Incoming Book Review Editor: John O’Connell
Recording Review Editor:
Paul Greene
Film,Video, and Multimedia Review Editor:
Rebecca S. Miller

From the Editor
Notes on Contributing Authors
349 What Happened to Indian Music Theory?
Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy
378 North Indian Sufi Popular Music in the Age of
Hindu and Muslim Fundamentalism
Peter Manuel
401 Categorically Speaking: Towards a Theory of (Musical)
Genre in Cape Breton Gaelic Culture
Heather Sparling
426 Categories in Motion: The Use of Generic Multiplicity
in Music Store Guitar Lessons
Anthony Guest-Scott
Book Reviews
458 Beverley Diamond, Native American Music in Eastern North
America: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture
; Lynn Whidden, Essential Song: Three Decades of Northern Cree Music
M. Celia Cain
462 Iain Anderson, This Is Our Music: Free Jazz, the Sixties, and
American Culture
; Ingrid Monson, Freedom Sounds: Civil Rights Call Out to Jazz and Africa; Steven L. Isoardi, The Dark Tree: Jazz and the Community Arts in Los Angeles
Monica Hairston
466 Gabriel Solis, Monk’s Music: Thelonious Monk and Jazz
History in the Making

Matthew A. Somoroff
468 Alex Stewart, Making the Scene: Contemporary New York
City Big Band Jazz
Tom Greenland
471 Robin D. Moore, Music and Revolution: Cultural Change in
Socialist Cuba; Sujatha Fernandes, Cuba Represent! Cuban Arts, State Power, and the Making of New Revolutionary Cultures
David F. García
474 George Lipsitz, Footsteps in the Dark: The Hidden Histories of Popular Music; Elijah Wald, Global Minstrels: Voices of World Music Darien Lamen
477 Timothy Rommen, "Mek Some Noise”: Gospel Music and
the Ethics of Style in Trinidad

Gillian Richards-Greaves
481 Fiona Magowan and Karl Neuenfeldt, eds., Landscapes of
Indigenous Performance: Music, Song and Dance of the
Torres Strait and Arnhem Land
Steven Knopoff
484 Allan Marett, Songs, Dreamings, and Ghosts: The Wangga
of North Australia
Sally Treloyn
487 Amanda J. Weidman, Singing the Classical, Voicing the Modern: The Postcolonial Politics of Music in South India Rolf Groesbeck
490 René Lysloff and Leslie Gay, Music and Technoculture Wayne Marshall

Recording Reviews

493 The Rough Guide to the Music of Israel; Putumayo Presents Israel; With Songs They Respond: The Diwan of the Jews from Central Yemen; A Song of Dawn: The Jerusalem Sephardi Baqqashot at the Har Tzyion Synagogue
Abigail Wood
502 Nathamuni Brothers: Madras 1974 Joseph M. Getter
506 Djanbutu Thiossane: Ass, Mass, & Pap Colter Harper
508 Nai Htaw Paing Ensemble: Mon Music of Burma Terry E. Miller
511 Wurrurrumi Kun-Borrk. Songs from Western Arnhem Land Richard Moyle
Film, Video, and Multi-Media Reviews
513 An African Brass Band Robert C. Rumbolz
515 Joyful Noise: Psalms in Community Duncan Vinson
The current bibliography, discography, filmography and videograpy, and disser-tations and theses, compiled by Randall Baier, Karen Peters, 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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