Series: Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology

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Jùjú: A Social History and Ethnography of an African Popular Music by Christopher Alan Waterman1990
On Concepts and Classifications of Musical Instruments by Margaret J. Kartomi1990
African Stars: Studies in Black South African Performance by Veit Erlmann1991
Comparative musicology and anthropology of music : essays on the history of ethnomusicology by Bruno Nettl1991
Sweet Mother: Modern African Music by Wolfgang Bender1991
Music and Musical Thought in Early India by Lewis Rowell1992
Re-Envisioning Past Musical Cultures: Ethnomusicology in the Study of Gregorian Chant by Peter Jeffery1992
Cassette Culture: Popular Music and Technology in North India by Peter Manuel1993
Moving Away from Silence: Music of the Peruvian Altiplano and the Experience of Urban Migration by Thomas Turino1993
Zouk: World Music in the West Indies by Jocelyne Guilbault1993
In the Time of Cannibals: The Word Music of South Africa's Basotho Migrants by David B. Coplan1994
May It Fill Your Soul: Experiencing Bulgarian Music by Timothy Rice1994
Thinking in Jazz: The Infinite Art of Improvisation by Paul F. Berliner1994
Visions of sound : musical instruments of First Nations communities in Northeastern America by Beverley Diamond1994
Gamelan: Cultural Interaction and Musical Development in Central Java by Sumarsam1995
Knowing Music, Making Music: Javanese Gamelan and the Theory of Musical Competence and Interaction by Benjamin Brinner1995
Music, Culture, and Experience: Selected Papers of John Blacking (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) by John Blacking1995
Sardinian Chronicles by Bernard Lortat-Jacob1995
Dancing Prophets: Musical Experience in Tumbuka Healing by Steven M. Friedson1996
Nightsong: Performance, Power, And Practice In South Africa (Chicago Studies In Ethnomusicology - Intro. By: Joseph Shabalala) by Veit Erlmann1996
Saying Something: Jazz Improvisation and Interaction by Ingrid Monson1996
"The Voice of Egypt": Umm Kulthūm, Arabic Song, and Egyptian Society in the Twentieth Century by Virginia Danielson1997
A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey: Popular Music and Power in Haiti by Gage Averill1997
Engendering Song: Singing and Subjectivity at Prespa Albanian Weddings (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) by Jane C. Sugarman1997
Fiddling for Norway: Revival and Identity by Chris Goertzen1997
Imaging Sound. An Ethnomusicological Study of Music, Art, and Culture in Mughal India. by Bonnie C. Wade1998
In the Course of Performance: Studies in the World of Musical Improvisation by Bruno Nettl1998
Let Jasmine Rain Down: Song and Remembrance among Syrian Jews by Kay Kaufman Shelemay1998
Music of Hindu Trinidad: Songs from the India Diaspora (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) by Helen Myers1998
Music of Death and New Creation: Experiences in the World of Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur by Michael B. Bakan1999
Music, Race, and Nation : Música Tropical in Colombia by Peter Wade1999
Rituals of Fertility and the Sacrifice of Desire: Nazarite Women's Performance in South Africa by Carol Ann Muller1999
Awakening Spaces: French Caribbean Popular Songs, Music, and Culture (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) by Brenda F. Berrian2000
D'Albuquerque's Children: Performing Tradition in Malaysia's Portuguese Settlement (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology) by Margaret Sarkissian2000
Gamelan Gong Kebyar: The Art of Twentieth-Century Balinese Music by Michael Tenzer2000
Mande Music: Traditional and Modern Music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa by Eric Charry2000
Nationalists, Cosmopolitans, and Popular Music in Zimbabwe by Thomas Turino2000
Shaping Society through Dance: Mestizo Ritual Performance in the Peruvian Andes by Zoila S. Mendoza2000
Performing the Nation: Swahili Music and Cultural Politics in Tanzania by Kelly Askew2001
Sounding the Center: History and Aesthetics in Thai Buddhist Performance by Deborah Wong2001
Voices of the Magi: Enchanted Journeys in Southeast Brazil by Suzel Reily2002
Ilmatar's inspirations : nationalism, globalization, and the changing soundscapes of Finnish folk music by Tina K. Ramnarine2003
Music and Gender: Perspectives from the Mediterranean by Tullia Magrini2003
P'ungmul: South Korean Drumming and Dance by Nathan Hesselink2006
Palestinian Arab Music: A Maqam Tradition in Practice by Dalia Cohen2006
Performing Democracy: Bulgarian Music and Musicians in Transition by Donna A. Buchanan2006
Vodou Nation: Haitian Art Music and Cultural Nationalism by Michael Largey2006
Governing Sound: The Cultural Politics of Trinidad's Carnival Musics by Jocelyne Guilbault2007
Music as Social Life: The Politics of Participation by Thomas Turino2008
Remains of Ritual: Northern Gods in a Southern Land by Steven M. Friedson2009
Erotic Triangles: Sundanese Dance and Masculinity in West Java by Henry Spiller2010
Music and the Racial Imagination by Ronald M. Radano2010
The Republic of Love: Cultural Intimacy in Turkish Popular Music by Martin Stokes2010
Stambeli: Music, Trance, and Alterity in Tunisia by Richard C. Jankowsky2010
Theory of African Music, Volume I by Gerhard Kubik2010
Theory of African Music, Volume II by Gerhard Kubik2010
SamulNori: Contemporary Korean Drumming and the Rebirth of Itinerant Performance Culture by Nathan Hesselink2012

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