Canadian University Music Review

Volume 19, numéro 2, 1999 Canadian Perspectives in Ethnomusicology Perspectives canadiennes en ethnomusicologie Sous la direction de Beverley Diamond et Robert Witmer

Sommaire (13 articles)

  • Introduction: Canadian Perspectives in Ethnomusicology
  • Issues of Cultural Production

    1. Origins and Distinctions of the "World Music" and "World Beat" Designations
    2. The Cult of the Folk: Ideas and Strategies after Ernest Gagnon
    3. Classification Systems, Social Hierarchies, and Gender: Examining Indian "Light-Classical" Music
    4. Backyard World/Canadian Culture: Looking at Festival Agendas

    Issues of Music Performance

    1. Tros, Tevodas, and Haircuts: Ritual, Music, and Performance in Khmer Wedding Ceremonies
    2. Multiple Meanings: The Role of Black Gospel in an Interracial and Multi-Ethnic Edmonton Church
    3. Dancing with the Divine(r): Batá Drumming, Ifá Divination, and Orisha Worship in Cuba

    Issues of Mediation and Reception

    1. Le « dynamisme » d’une tradition : la danse à tambour chez les Dènès (Canada, Territoires du Nord-Ouest)
    2. First Nations Popular Music in Canada: Musical Meaning and the Politics of Identity
    3. Articulations of Locality: Portraits and Narratives from the Toronto-Cuban Musicscape
    4. "Chinese Harmony" and Contemporary Non-Tonal Music Theory
  • Contributors / Collaborateurs
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