Newfoundland Studies

Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2007

Table of contents (20 articles)

Articles

  1. Introduction: : music in Newfoundland and Labrador
  2. Imagining Nation: : music and Identity in Pre-Confederation Newfoundland
  3. Gone to the Mainland and Back Home Again: : a Critical Approach to Region, Politics, and Identity in Contemporary Newfoundland Song
  4. "She’s Like the Swallow": : folksong as Cultural Icon
  5. Kenneth Peacock’s Contribution to Gerald S. Doyle’s Old-Time Songs of Newfoundland (1955)
  6. Crooked as the Road to Branch: : asymmetry in Newfoundland Dance Music
  7. Don Randell: : mistaken Fiddling Dichotomies
  8. Fiddling with Technology: : the Effect of Media on Newfoundland Traditional Musicians
  9. "I Am VOWR": : living Radio in Newfoundland
  10. Santu’s Song
  11. Cultural Revitalization and Mi’kmaq Music-Making: : three Newfoundland Drum Groups
  12. A Chronological List of Recent Choral CDs by Choirs of Newfoundland
  13. Found in Translation: : the Inuit Voice in Moravian Music
  14. Hip-hop on the East Side: : a Multi-sited Ethnography of Breakdancing and Rap Music from St. John’s and Grand Falls, Newfoundland
  15. Fandom as Magical Practice: : great Big Sea, Stockwell Day, and Spoiled Identity
  16. Rockin’ the Rock: : the Newfoundland Folk/Pop "Revolution"
  17. The Life and Afterlife of a Folksong Collection: : the Labrador Songbook Experience

Reviews

  1. Reviews: : music
  2. Reviews: : poetry

Contributors

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