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Nineteen scholars from five countries explore significant issues in the history of ethmusicology and its methodological and theoretical foundations, while providing a critique of the discipline. This is a useful and enriching collection of articles of interest to musicologists and ethmusicologists...The authors manage to cover much ground, presenting fascinating insights into the history of the discipline while also exploring new directions in both theory and analysis...the most sweeping work of this kind to be published since the 1960s. --L. D. Loeb, University of Utah, for Choice
Bruno Nettl is professor emeritus of music and anthropology at the University of Illinois Urbana. Philip V. Bohlman is associate professor of music at the University of Chicago.
Bruno Nettl, Philip V. Bohlman
The University of Chicago Press
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Music & Dance
Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology
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University of Chicago Press
8 line drawings, 8 graphs, 4 tables, 1 music example