South African Music: A Century of Traditions in Transformation, Volume 1

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ABC-CLIO, 2004 - Music - 314 pages
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For students of world music and world cultures, this authoritative handbook provides an in-depth survey of the full spectrum of black and white South African music.

* A detailed exploration of South African music, organized in six chapters, written by a leading ethnomusicology scholar from South Africa, supplemented by a CD with a wide variety of authentic recordings collected by the author

* Photographs, maps, and sheet music give music students and general readers a deeper understanding of South African music, culture, and political influences

 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
37
Chapter Three
60
Music and Migrancy
118
Final Reflections
238
AMusic of Encounters
247
Appendix
253
Appendix Three
259
Appendix Five
265
Glossary
277
References
283
Index
297
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Carol A. Muller is associate professor of music (ethnomusicology) at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

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