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A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey - Popular Music and Power in Haiti (Paperback, New): Gage Averill A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey - Popular Music and Power in Haiti (Paperback, New)
Gage Averill
R804 Discovery Miles 8 040 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The history of Haiti throughout the twentieth century has been marked by oppression at the hands of colonial and dictatorial overlords. But set against this "day for the hunter" has been a "day for the prey," a history of resistance, and sometimes of triumph. With keen cultural and historical awareness, Gage Averill shows that Haiti's vibrant and expressive music has been one of the most highly charged instruments in this struggle--one in which power, politics, and resistance are inextricably fused.
Averill explores such diverse genres as Haitian jazz, troubadour traditions, Vodou-jazz, "konpa, mini-djaz," new generation, and roots music. He examines the complex interaction of music with power in contexts such as honorific rituals, sponsored street celebrations, Carnival, and social movements that span the political spectrum.
With firsthand accounts by musicians, photos, song texts, and ethnographic descriptions, this book explores the profound manifestations of power and song in the day-to-day efforts of ordinary Haitians to rise above political repression.

Global Repertoires - Popular Music Within and Beyond the Transnational Music Industry (Hardcover, New Ed): Andreas Gebesmair,... Global Repertoires - Popular Music Within and Beyond the Transnational Music Industry (Hardcover, New Ed)
Andreas Gebesmair, Alfred Smudits
R2,972 Discovery Miles 29 720 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

With just four record companies controlling nearly 80 per cent of the world market in popular music, issues of globalization are evidently significant to our understanding of how and why popular music is made and distributed. As transnational industries seek to open up increasingly larger markets, the question of how local and regional music cultures can be sustained is a pressing one. To what extent does the global music market offer opportunities for the worldwide dissemination of local music within and beyond the major industry? The essays in this volume examine the structure and strategies of the transnational music industry, with its deployment of mass communication technologies including sound carriers, satellite broadcasting and the Internet. The book also explores local and individual experience of global music and this music's dissemination through migration and communities of interest, as well as the ideological and political use of different kinds of music. In contrast to recent arguments which posit an American imperialist dominance of popular music, the contributors to this volume find that the global repertoire of the major labels no longer represents the culture of a certain country but is fed by different sources. The essays here discuss how we can characterize this vast de-centered industry, and offer perspectives on the so-called 'international repertoire' that calls for a melodic structure, ballad forms, unaccented vocalisation and an image that has global recognition.

The Anglo Concertina Demystified - 11 Lessons for the 30 button Anglo Concertina (Paperback): Bertram Levy The Anglo Concertina Demystified - 11 Lessons for the 30 button Anglo Concertina (Paperback)
Bertram Levy
R515 Discovery Miles 5 150 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Music and Musical Thought in Early India (Paperback): Lewis Rowell Music and Musical Thought in Early India (Paperback)
Lewis Rowell
R759 Discovery Miles 7 590 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Offering a broad perspective of the philosophy, theory, and aesthetics of early Indian music and musical ideology, this study makes a unique contribution to our knowledge of the ancient foundations of India's musical culture. Lewis Rowell reconstructs the tunings, scales, modes, rhythms, gestures, formal patterns, and genres of Indian music from Vedic times to the thirteenth century, presenting not so much a history as a thematic analysis and interpretation of India's magnificent musical heritage.
In Indian culture, music forms an integral part of a broad framework of ideas that includes philosophy, cosmology, religion, literature, and science. Rowell works with the known theoretical treatises and the oral tradition in an effort to place the technical details of musical practice in their full cultural context. Many quotations from the original Sanskrit appear here in English translation for the first time, and the necessary technical information is presented in terms accessible to the nonspecialist. These features, combined with Rowell's glossary of Sanskrit terms and extensive bibliography, make "Music and Musical Thought in Early India" an excellent introduction for the general reader and an indispensable reference for ethnomusicologists, historical musicologists, music theorists, and Indologists.

Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850 (Paperback, New edition): Dianne Dugaw Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850 (Paperback, New edition)
Dianne Dugaw
R735 Discovery Miles 7 350 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Masquerading as a man, seeking adventure, going to war or to sea for love and glory, the transvestite heroine flourished in all kinds of literature, especially ballads, from the Renaissance to the Victorian age. Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850 identifies this heroine and her significance as a figure in folklore, and as a representative of popular culture, prompting important reevaluations of gender and sexuality. Dugaw has uncovered a fascination with women cross-dressers in the popular literature of early modern Europe and America. Surveying a wide range of Anglo-American texts from popular ballads and chapbook life histories to the comedies and tragedies of aristocratic literature, she demonstrates the extent to which gender and sexuality are enacted as constructs of history.

Songs of Gaelic Scotland (Hardcover, Reprint): Anne Lorne Gillies Songs of Gaelic Scotland (Hardcover, Reprint)
Anne Lorne Gillies
R823 Discovery Miles 8 230 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Gaelic Scotland is one of the world's great treasure-houses of song. In this anthology, Anne Lorne Gillies has gathered together music and lyrics from all over the Gaelic-speaking Highlands and Islands - an extraordinary tradition that stretches in an unbroken line from the bardic effusions of ancient times to the Celtic fusions of today's vibrant young Gaelic musicians and poets. They paint vivid pictures of life among ordinary Gaelic-speaking people, their hopes, fears and preoccupations, births, deaths and marriages, and personal reactions to the great changes that blew their lives about. Everything about this book is designed to make the songs accessible to musicians and general readers alike. Anne Lorne Gillies provides a unique and informative introduction to Gaelic tradition, simple yet highly sensitive musical transcriptions, and English translations. She portrays the social and historical background of the songs, offers her own commentary on technical aspects of the music and its performance, and adds carefully researched biographical notes and a full discography in order to bring to life not only the people who composed the songs but also some of the singers and musicians who have continued the tradition into the twenty-first century. Songs of Gaelic Scotland was winner of the 2006 Ruth Michaelis-Jena Ratcliff Prize in Folklore and Folklife.

The Making of Latin London - Salsa Music, Place and Identity (Hardcover, New Ed): Patria Roman-Velazquez The Making of Latin London - Salsa Music, Place and Identity (Hardcover, New Ed)
Patria Roman-Velazquez
R2,972 Discovery Miles 29 720 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book focuses on how Latin American people and cultural practices have moved from one continent to another, and specifically to London. How do Latin Americans experience such a process and what part do different people play in the re-making of Latin identities in the neighbourhoods, parks, bars and dance clubs of London? Through a critical engagement with theories of globalization, the geography of power, cultural identity and the transformation of places, the book explores how the formation of Latin identities is directly related to wider social, economic and political processes. Drawing on the voices of migrant peoples, community activists, shop owners, sports organizers, club owners, dancers, dance teachers, musicians and disc jockeys, the book argues that the micro movements of people - through a shopping mall or across a dance floor in a club - are directly connected to global processes involving the regulated movement of citizens, sounds and images across national boundaries and through cities.

An Anthology of Russian Folk Epics (Hardcover): James Bailey An Anthology of Russian Folk Epics (Hardcover)
James Bailey
R2,972 Discovery Miles 29 720 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This anthology presents translations of thirty songs about Ilya Muromets, Dobrynya, Sadko, and other legendary characters of Russian folklore.

An extensive introduction provides basic background about Russian epics, their poetics, the history of their collection, their performance context, and their main interpretations. In addition, there is a short introduction to each song, explaining its plot, allusions, and interpretations. A glossary of common terms and a selected bibliography of studies about the Russian epic in English and Russian are also included in the volume.

Ukrainian Minstrels: Why the Blind Should Sing - And the Blind Shall Sing (Hardcover, New): Natalie O Kononenko Ukrainian Minstrels: Why the Blind Should Sing - And the Blind Shall Sing (Hardcover, New)
Natalie O Kononenko
R2,972 Discovery Miles 29 720 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Among the many intriguing characteristics of the Ukrainian folk tradition is the fact that Ukrainian epics were sung by a special type of minstrel -- the blind mendicant. These minstrels were organized into professional guilds that set standards for training and performance and provided the singers with protection and support throughout their careers.

The separateness of Ukrainian culture became politically salient, and epic singers became the target of repression during the Stalin era (in 1939 there was a massacre of Ukrainian minstrels). For this reason -- and due also to tire secrecy that always surrounded the guilds' rites of membership and their association with mendicancy -- Ukrainian ministrelsy has been little studied.

Natalie Kononenko's work is thus a revelation of a distinctive folk tradition and a little-known social order. It will be of interest to anyone with an interest in folklore, Ukrainian culture, or rural social history.

Folk Voiceworks - 30 Traditional Songs (Sheet music): Peter Hunt, David Oliver Folk Voiceworks - 30 Traditional Songs (Sheet music)
Peter Hunt, David Oliver
R1,088 Discovery Miles 10 880 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Folk Voiceworks is an outstanding collection of folk songs in the Voiceworks model, including songs from centuries past alongside pieces by celebrated folk musicians. You'll find pieces in a range of genres and styles, including shanties, protest songs, songs about the land, lullabies, love songs, and much more - scored flexibly for unison and part-singing. With excellent practical rehearsal notes, simple accompanying instrumental parts, and a CD with performances of all the songs, this is a fabulous and accessible resource for all choirs.

Ancestral Imprints - Histories of Irish Traditional Music and Dance (Hardcover): Therese Smith Ancestral Imprints - Histories of Irish Traditional Music and Dance (Hardcover)
Therese Smith
R932 Discovery Miles 9 320 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book is about the history and practice of recording Irish traditional music and dance, and the variety of documents that exist as a result of the activities of collectors both in Ireland and in North America. Essay topics range from analyses of nineteenth-century printed documents, to the earliest wax cylinder recordings, to famous, rather large collections, and small all but unknown ones. Authors examine the role of the fieldworker/collector, the impact of broadcasting on regional style, the idea of "Irish" versus "American" style in early uilleann pipe recordings, and the impact of the recording process and marketing on traditional song, amongst other topics. Approaches vary from the analytical - comparing and analysing various settings of tunes and titles - to the personal - reflecting on the impact of one's own collecting and fieldwork on a regional tradition. Authors also interrogate how music serves to create and articulate identity, how changing contexts and emic and etic perspectives on music can influence a music's evolution. From original manuscripts in the National Library, to printed documents, audio and video recordings, and art work, this book examines the reception history of Irish traditional music and dance.

After the Dance, the Drums Are Heavy - Carnival, Politics, and Musical Engagement in Haiti (Paperback): Rebecca Dirksen After the Dance, the Drums Are Heavy - Carnival, Politics, and Musical Engagement in Haiti (Paperback)
Rebecca Dirksen
R683 Discovery Miles 6 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Richly ethnographic and a compelling read, After the Dance, the Drums Are Heavy is a study of carnival, politics, and the musical engagement of ordinary citizens and celebrity musicians in contemporary Haiti. The book explores how the self-declared president of konpa Sweet Micky (Michel Martelly) rose to the nation's highest office while methodically crafting a political product inherently entangled with his musical product. It offers deep historical perspective on the characteristics of carnivalesque verbal play-and the performative skillset of the artist (Sweet Micky) who dominated carnival for more than a decade-including vulgarities and polemics. Yet there has been profound resistance to this brand of politics led by many other high-profile artists, including Matyas and Joj, Brothers Posse, Boukman Eksperyans, and RAM. These groups have each released popular carnival songs that have contributed to the public's discussions on what civic participation and citizenship in Haiti can and should be. Drawing on more than a decade and a half of ethnographic research, Rebecca Dirksen presents an in-depth consideration of politically and socially engaged music and what these expressions mean for the Haitian population in the face of challenging political and economic circumstances. After the Dance, the Drums Are Heavy centers the voices of Haitian musicians and regular citizens by extensively sharing interviews and detailed analyses of musical performance in the context of contemporary events well beyond the musical realm.

Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars - Huayno Music, Media Work, and Ethnic Imaginaries in Urban Peru (Paperback): Joshua... Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars - Huayno Music, Media Work, and Ethnic Imaginaries in Urban Peru (Paperback)
Joshua Tucker
R771 Discovery Miles 7 710 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Exploring Peru's lively music industry and the studio producers, radio DJs, and program directors that drive it, "Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars" is a fascinating account of the deliberate development of artistic taste. Focusing on popular huayno music and the ways it has been promoted to Peru's emerging middle class, Joshua Tucker tells a complex story of identity making and the marketing forces entangled with it, providing crucial insights into the dynamics among art, class, and ethnicity that reach far beyond the Andes. Tucker focuses on the music of Ayacucho, Peru, examining how media workers and intellectuals there transformed the city's huayno music into the country's most popular style. By marketing contemporary huayno against its traditional counterpart, these agents, Tucker argues, have paradoxically re-inforced ethnic hierarchies at the same time that they have challenged them. Navigating between a burgeoning Andean bourgeoisie and a music industry eager to sell them symbols of newfound sophistication, "Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars" is a deep account of the real people behind cultural change.

Celtic Music: Third Ear - The Essential Listening Companion (Paperback, 1st ed): Kenny Mathieson Celtic Music: Third Ear - The Essential Listening Companion (Paperback, 1st ed)
Kenny Mathieson
R371 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R41 (11%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This comprehensive guidebook features both traditional and genre-stretching Celtic music, and features information on the music's wide-ranging instrumentation, including drums, fiddles, harps, and more. Color photos.

The Forgotten Songs of the Newfoundland Outports - As Taken from Kenneth Peacock's Newfoundland Field Collection,... The Forgotten Songs of the Newfoundland Outports - As Taken from Kenneth Peacock's Newfoundland Field Collection, 1951-1961 (Paperback)
Anna Kearney Guigne
R1,072 R971 Discovery Miles 9 710 Save R101 (9%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In 1951, musician Kenneth Peacock (1922-2000) secured a contract from the National Museum of Canada (today the Canadian Museum of History) to collect folksongs in Newfoundland. As the province had recently joined Confederation, the project was deemed a goodwill gesture, while at the same time adding to the Museum's meager Anglophone archival collections. Between 1951 and 1961, over the course of six field visits, Peacock collected 766 songs and melodies from 118 singers in 38 communities, later publishing two-thirds of this material in a three-volume collection, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports (1965). As the publication consists of over 1000 pages, Outports is considered to be a bible for Newfoundland singers and a valuable resource for researchers. However, Peacock's treatment of the material by way of tune-text collations, use of lines and stanzas from unpublished songs has always been somewhat controversial. Additionally, comparison of the field collection with Outports indicates that although Peacock acquired a range of material, his personal preferences requently guided his publishing agenda. To ensure that the songs closely correspond to what the singers presented to Peacock, the collection has been prepared by drawing on Peacock's original music and textual notes and his original field recordings. The collection is far-ranging and eclectic in that it includes British and American broadsides, musical hall and vaudeville material alongside country and western songs, and local compositions. It also highlights the influence of popular media on the Newfoundland song tradition and contextualizes a number of locally composed songs. In this sense, it provides a key link between what Peacock actually recorded and the material he eventually published. As several of the songs have not previously appeared in the standard Newfoundland collections, The Forgotten Songs sheds new light on the extent of Peacock's collecting. The collection includes 125 songs arranged under 113 titles along with extensive notes on the songs, and brief biographies of the 58 singers.

Ivo Papazov's Balkanology (Paperback): Carol Silverman Ivo Papazov's Balkanology (Paperback)
Carol Silverman
R436 Discovery Miles 4 360 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

From countercultural resistance to world music craze, Balkan music captured the attention of global audiences. Balkanology, the 1991 quintessential album of Bulgarian music, highlights this moment of unbridled creativity. Seasoned musicians all over the world are still in awe of the technical abilities of the musicians in Ansambl Trakia-their complex additive rhythms, breakneck speeds, stunning improvisations, dense ornamentation, chromatic passages, and innovative modulations. Bridging folk, jazz, and rock sensibilities, Trakia's music has set the standard for Bulgarian music until today, and its members, especially Ivo Papazov, are revered stars at home and abroad. The album reveals how Romani (Gypsy) artists resisted the state's prohibition against Romani music and fashioned a genre that became a youth movement in Bulgaria, and then a world music phenomenon. Balkanology underscores the political, economic and social roles of music during socialism and postsocialism.

!Salsa! - Havana Heat, Bronx Beat (Paperback): Hernando Calvo Ospina !Salsa! - Havana Heat, Bronx Beat (Paperback)
Hernando Calvo Ospina; Translated by Nick Caistor
R395 Discovery Miles 3 950 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A journey through the development of modern Salsa music. Evocative use of song lyrics bring colour and passion to this lively profile of Latin dance music.

Joni Mitchell - Lady of the Canyon (Hardcover): Michael A O'neill Joni Mitchell - Lady of the Canyon (Hardcover)
Michael A O'neill
R530 R441 Discovery Miles 4 410 Save R89 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

This is the story of one of the most important female recording artist of the last 50 years. Joni Mitchell began singing in small nightclubs in her hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan before busking in the streets and nightclubs of Toronto, Ontario. In 1965, she moved to the U.S. and began touring. Settling in Southern California, Mitchell, with popular songs like "Big Yellow Taxi" and "Woodstock," helped define an era and a generation. Mitchell's fifth album, For the Roses, was released in 1972. She then switched labels and began exploring more jazz-influenced melodic ideas, by way of lush pop textures, on 1974's Court and Spark, which featured the radio hits "Help Me" and "Free Man in Paris" and became her best-selling album. With roots in visual art, Mitchell has designed most of her own album covers. She describes herself as a "painter derailed by circumstance."

The Ukulele Christmas Songbook - the Ukulele Christmas Tablature Songbook and Reference (Paperback): Brent Robitaille The Ukulele Christmas Songbook - the Ukulele Christmas Tablature Songbook and Reference (Paperback)
Brent Robitaille
R286 R238 Discovery Miles 2 380 Save R48 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Liberty Tree - A Celebration of the Life and Writings of Thomas Paine (CD): Robb Johnson The Liberty Tree - A Celebration of the Life and Writings of Thomas Paine (CD)
Robb Johnson
R388 R316 Discovery Miles 3 160 Save R72 (19%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Journeyman - An Autobiography (Paperback, New): Ewan MacColl Journeyman - An Autobiography (Paperback, New)
Ewan MacColl; Introduction by Peggy Seeger
R501 Discovery Miles 5 010 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This new edition of "Journeyman," Ewan MacColl's vivid and entertaining autobiography, has been re-edited from the original manuscript, and includes a new introduction by Peggy Seeger, for whom he wrote the unforgettable "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." MacColl, a singer, songwriter, actor, playwright and broadcaster, begins this fascinating account with his working class Salford childhood, traces the founding and life of Theatre Workshop, one of Britain's most innovative theatre companies, then moves on to his work with folksingers, the Radio Ballads and his ascent into old age. Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger were among the main leaders of the UK folksong revival. "Journeyman" documents their struggle to secure the integrity of that revival as the popular media appropriated and re-created traditional music for commercial gain. An entertaining and thought-provoking slice of British history, it will appeal to those interested in the histories of folk music, theatre, radio, left-wing politics and the Manchester area.

Otto Wood, the Bandit - The Freighthopping Thief, Bootlegger, and Convicted Murderer behind the Appalachian Ballads... Otto Wood, the Bandit - The Freighthopping Thief, Bootlegger, and Convicted Murderer behind the Appalachian Ballads (Hardcover)
Trevor Mckenzie; Foreword by David Holt
R1,983 Discovery Miles 19 830 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Legions of bluegrass fans know the name Otto Wood (1894-1930) from a ballad made popular by Doc Watson, telling the story of Wood's crimes and his eventual end at the hands of the local sheriff. However, few know the history of this Appalachian figure beyond the larger-than-life version heard in song. Trevor McKenzie reconstructs Wood's life, tracing how a Wilkes County juvenile delinquent became a celebrated folk hero. Throughout his short life, he was jailed for numerous offenses, stole countless automobiles, lost his left hand, and escaped state prison at least four times after a 1923 murder conviction. An early master of controlling his own narrative in the media, Wood appealed to the North Carolina public as a misunderstood, clever antihero. In 1930, after a final jailbreak, police killed Wood in a shootout. The ballad bearing his name first appeared less than a year later. Using reports of Wood's exploits from contemporary newspapers, his self-published autobiography, prison records, and other primary sources, McKenzie uses this colorful story to offer a new way to understand North Carolina and the South during this era of American history.

Gypsies and Flamenco - The Emergence of the Art of Flamenco in Andalusia, Interface Collection Volume 6 (Paperback, 2nd Revised... Gypsies and Flamenco - The Emergence of the Art of Flamenco in Andalusia, Interface Collection Volume 6 (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Bernard Leblon
R264 Discovery Miles 2 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This definitive work on the contribution of the Gypsies to the development of flamenco traces their influences on music from their long migration from India, through Iran, Turkey, Greece, and Hungary, to their persecution in Spain. This new updated edition provides fuller explanations of some of the technical terms and an invaluable biographical dictionary of 200 of the foremost Gypsy flamenco artists from its origins to the present day, as well as a discography and videography.

Modernity, Complex Societies, and the Alphorn (Hardcover): Charlotte Vignau Modernity, Complex Societies, and the Alphorn (Hardcover)
Charlotte Vignau
R1,767 Discovery Miles 17 670 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Modernity, Complex Societies, and the Alphorn provides a fascinating examination of the musical instrument the alphorn, alphorn music and its performance. Indeed, it is the first book about this extraordinary instrument to appear in English. It analyses the alphorn phenomenon as a symbol of the Swiss nation, going back to the Swiss nation building process in the nineteenth century and the "invention of tradition" which began in the second half of the nineteenth century, before arriving at important issues of contemporary alphorn practice such as: what is tradition? How is it being negotiated? The insightful and valuable comments from key Swiss alphorn players add to the extensive ethnographic and archival material. Departing from this analysis, the case studies of Bavaria, the Netherlands, and Japan shed a light on the issues of worldwide migration of alphorn practice in the modern world, as well as on the diverse concepts of a Swiss imagery. Intellectually sophisticated yet easily accessible, the book ends with an exploration of how to use video and film for musical ethnography, considering the practical issues of filmmaking as well as the theoretical implications of shooting and editing for an ethnomusicological film. Drawing from the alphorn film as a sample, this book covers the entire filmmaking process, from the conception of the film to the feedback-sessions with the protagonists, providing fundamental insights into this technique for ethnomusicologists. Based on solid, careful, and complete research, this work will especially appeal to scholars of musicology, Swiss history, and filmography.

Folk Song Sight Singing Book 1 (Book): Edgar CROWE, Annie Lawton, W. Gillies WHITTAKER Folk Song Sight Singing Book 1 (Book)
Edgar CROWE, Annie Lawton, W. Gillies WHITTAKER
R183 Discovery Miles 1 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A series of little books of short carefully graded folk tunes beginning with the simplest passages and progressing to more difficult leaps, rhythms, chromatics, and modulations. The later books introduce two-part sight singing.

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