The Routledge Companion to the Study of Local Musicking (English) Hardcover Book

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Seller: the_nile_stores (59,946) 99.1%, Location: Ohio, Ships to: GB, Item: 283263808132 FREE SHIPPING UK WIDE The Routledge Companion to the Study of Local Musicking The Routledge Companion to the Study of Local Musicking provides a reference to how, cross-culturally, musicking constructs locality and how locality is constructed by the musicking that takes place within it, that is, how people engage with ideas of community and place through music. The term "musicking" has gained currency in music studies, and refers to the diverse ways in which people engage with music, regardless of the nature of this engagement. By linking musicking to the local, this book highlights the ways in which musical practices and discourses interact with peoples everyday experiences and understandings of their immediate environment, their connections and commitment to that locality, and the people who exist within it. It explores what makes local musicking "local." By viewing musicking from the perspective of where it takes place, the contributions in this collection engage with debates on the processes of musicking, identity construction, community-building and network formation, competitions and rivalries, place and space making, and local-global dynamics. FORMAT Hardcover LANGUAGE English CONDITION Brand New Author Biography Suzel A. Reily is Professor of Ethnomusicology at the Universidade de Campinas, Brazil, and previously worked at Queens University Belfast. She has published on several aspects of ethnomusicology. Her current research focuses on the music associated with vernacular Catholicism in southeastern Brazil. Katherine Brucher is Associate Professor of Music at the DePaul University School of Music. She has published on folk and ethnic music in Chicago, Portuguese music, and global brass band traditions. Table of Contents AcknowledgementsPrefaceKatherine Brucher and Suzel A. ReilyForeword: Amateur Bands, Their Localities, and Their Challenges - The Lessons of HistoryTrevor HerbertContributorsLocal Musicking: An IntroductionSuzel A. Reily and Katherine BrucherSection I - Modes of Local Musicking1. Participatory Performance and the Authenticity of Place in Old-Time MusicThomas Turino2. Protestant-Lutheran Choir Singing in Northern Germany: Dimensions of Presentational Musicking in Local CommunityBritta Sweers3. Attending Concerts: Local Musicking among Greenlandic YouthAndreas Otte 4. Hyperactive Musical Communities On- and Offline: Dancing and Producing Chicago Footwork, Shangaan Electro and GqomNoel Lobley5. Community Beyond Locality: Circuits of Transnational Macedonian Romani MusicCarol Silverman6. Community and the Musicking of Participatory Research in Rio de JaneiroVincenzo Cambria Section II - Musicking and the Production of Locality7. Sounding and Producing Locality: Creating a Locally Distinctive Band Practice in Cape TownSylvia Bruinders 8. Orfeanismo: Local Musicking and the Building of Society in Provincial PortugalMaria do Rosario Pestana9. "It Gets Better When the People Come to Dance!": Participatory Music in the Black Community of CampinasErica Giesbrecht 10. Music Contests and Communities: A Small Competition Powwow and a Complex Fiddle ContestChris Goertzen11. Tuning in to Locality: Participatory Musicking at a Community Radio StationAndrew Mall12. Performing Locality by Singing Together in Mizoram, Northeast IndiaJoanna Heath13. Bringing Down the Spirit: Locating Music and Experience among Nigerian Pentecostal Worshippers in AthensEvanthia Patsiaoura 14. The Musical Structuring of Feeling among the VendaSuzel A. ReilySection III - Pathways to Local Musicking15. "I Am Sorry That We Made You Bleed:" Locality and Apprenticeship among Mande HuntersTheodore L. Konkouris16. Child Musicians and Dancers Performing in Sync: Teaching, Learning, and Rehearsing Collectively in BaliJonathan McIntosh 17. Local Music School Learning and Teaching: A View from Chicago and BeyondMichael OToole18. The Hidden Musicians of the Guqin Music World of LanzhouZhao Yuxing and Suzel A. Reily19. Rehearsing Values: Processes of Distinction in the Field Band Foundation of South AfricaLaryssa Whittaker20. Protestant Parading Band Rehearsals in Northern IrelandGordon Ramsey 21. Pathways to Musicianship: Narratives by People with BlindnessLucia Reily and Leonardo Augusto Cardoso de Oliveira Section IV - Locality, Musical Connections, and Encounters22. Borders and the Alma Guarani: Musical Encounters between Paraguay, Argentina, and Mato Grosso do SulEvandro Higa 23. Musica Litoranea (Coastal Music): Musicking Afro-Azorean Encounters in the South of BrazilReginaldo Gil Braga24. Laughter, Liquor, and Licentiousness: Preservation through Play in Southern Vietnamese Traditional MusicAlexander M. Cannon25. Performing the Local: Javanese Gamelan, Institutional Agendas, and "Structures of Feeling" at the Southbank Centre, LondonMaria Mendonca26. Mapping Cultural Diversity among Brazilian Musicians in MadridGabril Hoskin27. Sounding Out Community at Feasts in Portugal and in the DiasporaKatherine Brucher28. Local Musicking for a Global Cause Caroline Bithell Section V - Musicking Local Frictions29. Sensing the Street: The Power and Politics of Sound and Aurality in a Northern Australian RhythmscapeFiona Magowan30. Negotiating Local Tastes: Urban Professional Musicians in AthensIoannis Tsioulakis 31. Listening Low-Cost: Ethnography, the City, and the Tourist EarLila Ellen Gray32. Locating the National: Performing British Identity in Northern IrelandRay Casserly33. The Political Aesthetics of Musicking during Carnival in Santiago de CubaKjetil Klette Bohler34. (Re)Presenting Marginality: Place and Musical Thought in Fernando Cabreras Song "Ciudad de la Plata"Ernesto Donas35. Opening Eyes through Ears: Migrant Africans Musicking in Sao PauloJasper Chalcraft and Rose Satiko Gitirana Hikiji Afterword: The Real Realization of Music-Ritual: Local, Not-Local, and Localized Ruth FinneganIndex Details ISBN1138920118 Short Title ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO THE STU Pages 512 Publisher Routledge Language English ISBN-10 1138920118 ISBN-13 9781138920118 Media Book Format Hardcover Imprint Routledge Place of Publication London Country of Publication United Kingdom Edited by Suzel Ana Reily DEWEY 306.4842 Illustrations 12 Line drawings, black and white; 27 Halftones, black and white; 2 Tables, black and white Year 2018 Publication Date 2018-03-19 Series Routledge Music Companions Dimensions178mm x 254mm We've got this At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. With fast shipping, low prices, friendly service and well over a million items - you're bound to find what you want, at a price you'll love! 30 DAY RETURN POLICY No questions asked, 30 day returns! 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