Manifold identities : studies on music and minorities

edited by Ursula Hemetek ... [et al.]

The ICTM Study Group Music and Minorities was founded officially in 1997 and is thus one of the youngest Study Groups within the ICTM. The volume Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and Minorities is a collection of the papers of the second Study Group meeting, which was held in Lublin/Poland, August 25-31, 2002. Chapters are included on music from Badakhshan, the Roma, the Arvanites of Greece, Albania, Poland, Carpathia, the Belorussians of Poland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Turkey, Croatia, the Sorbians, the Masai, the Andes, Venezuela, the Jews of Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Sicily, Azerbaijan, and elsewhere. The volume is also replete with articles of a theoretical orientation, with a special focus on an ethnomusicological theorisation of issues revolving around minority identities and its relation to music-making and perceiving.

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  • Foreword IX
  • Preface XV
  • 1. John Morgan O'Connell, United Kingdom - Sustaining Difference: Theorising Minority Music in Badakhshan 1
  • 2. Anna Czekanowska, Poland - Neighbours - Foreigners - Visitors: Towards a Contemporary Concept of Identity. Studying Musical Culture of the Border Area 20
  • 3. Gerda Lechleitner, Austria - Early Phonographic Research and Minority Studies 32
  • 4. Ursula Hemetek, Austria - Music and Minorities: A Challenge to our Discipline. Some Theoretical and Methodological Considerations from the Roma in Austria 42
  • 5. Ardian Ahmedaja, Austria/Albania - On the Question of Methods for Studying Ethnic Minorities' Music in the Case of Greece's Arvanites and Alvanoi 54
  • 6. Cheng Shui-Cheng, France/Taiwan - Some Personal Reflections on Applied Musicology 63
  • 7. Jan Steszewski, Poland - History of Ethnomusicological Research on Minorities in Poland: Circumstances and Motivations 68
  • 8. Piotr Dahlig, Poland - Territorial Identity: Counterpoint or Stimulus for Ethnic Boundaries: The Example of Spisz in the Carpathian Mountains 76
  • 9. Marta Kalinowska, Poland - Music Life of the Belorussian Minority in Poland - an Insider's Point of View 89
  • vi 10. Robert Carl Metil, USA - Rusnak Song, Tattoos on Concrete, the Lethal Function of Narrative, and the Metaphor of Skin for Identity in Eastern Slovakia 99
  • 11. Masa Komavec, Slovenia - State Boundaries, Ethnic Boundaries and Musical Boundaries 117
  • 12. Marianne Brocker, Germany - A French Minority in Paris 129
  • 13. Dorit Klebe, Germany - Kanak Attak in Germany: A Multiethnic Network of Youths Employing Musical Forms of Expression 162
  • 14. Munir Nurettin Beken, USA/Turkey - Ethnicity and Identity in Music - a Case Study: Professional Musicians in Istanbul 181
  • 15. Naila Ceribasic, Croatia - The Production of Peculiarity and Dignity: A Short Overview of the Public Practice of National Minorities' Folk Music and Dance in Croatia 191
  • 16. Rosmary Statelova, Bulgaria - The Contemporary Sorbian Choral Movement: Horizons of Meaning by Singing Sorbian Songs 201
  • 17. Gisa Jahnichen, Germany - Wild Africa: Understanding and Presentation of Maasai Musical Culture 209
  • 18. Juniper Hill, USA - Musical Ironies in the Andes: Borrowing from the Other to Define the Self 221
  • 19. Katrin Lengwinat, Venezuela - Cultural Minorities in Venezuela Camouflage with Viagra and the Twin Towers 231
  • vii 20. Bozena Muszkalska, Poland - Expression of the Jewish Identity in the Contemporary Synagogue Chant in Poland 238
  • 21. Arleta Nawrocka-Wysocka, Poland - Protestant Songs in Mazury: The Repertoire of a Borderland 246
  • 22. Weronika Grozdew, Poland - National Identity and the Distinctiveness of the Musical Culture among the Bulgarian Catholic Minority 257
  • 23. Karina Firkaviciute, Lithuania - Karaim Minority in Lithuania: Recent Research about Ancient Music 263
  • 24. Girolamo Garofalo, Italy - Music and Identity of Albanians in Sicily: Liturgical-Byzantine Chant and Devotional Musical Tradition 273
  • 25. Yoshiko Okazaki, Japan - An Ethnic Liturgical Ex

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書名 Manifold identities : studies on music and minorities
著作者等 Hemetek, Ursula
Czekanowska Anna
Lechleitner Gerda
Naroditskaya Inna
International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM). Study Group "Music and Minorities". Meeting
出版元 Cambridge Scholars Press
刊行年月 2004
ページ数 xvii, 353 p.
大きさ 22 cm.
付随資料 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
ISBN 1904303374
NCID BB05333136
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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