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Source: British Journal of Ethnomusicology, Vol. 8 (1999), pp. 139-140

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BRITISH

JOURNAL

OF

ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

VOL.8

1 999

Index of articles by author, volumes 1-8 (1992-9)

Baily, John, "The Naghma-ye kashdl of Afghanistan", 6: 117

Ballantine,

Christopher,

"Joseph

Shabalala: chronicles of

an African

composer", 5: 1-38

Bithell,

national identity, WorldMusic and the

recording of traditional music in Corsica", 5: 39-66

Buisman, Frans, "Melodic relationships in

pibroch", 4: 17-39 (erratum, 5: 187)

Cannon,RoderickD., "Whatcan we learn

Caroline,

"Polyphonic

voices:

about piobaireachd?", 4: 1-15

Clayton, Martin, "Two gat

forms for the

sitar: a case study in the rhythmic analysis of North Indian music", 2:

75-98

Clayton,

Martin,

"Ethnographic

wax

cylinders

at

the

British

Library

National

Sound

Archive:

a

brief

history

and

description

of

the

collection", 5: 67-92

 

Dawe,

Kevin,

"The

engendered

lyra:

music, poetry and manhood in Crete",

5: 93-112

Dawe, Kevin, "Bandleaders in Crete:

a

Greek island economy", 7: 29-50 Duran, Lucy, "Birds of Wasulu: freedom

of expression and expressions of freedom in the popular music of southern Mali", 4: 101-34

Eydmann, Stuart, "The concertina as an emblem of the folk music revival in the British Isles", 4: 41-9 Farrell, Gerry, "The early days of the

musicians

and

entrepreneurs in

gramophone

industry

in

India:

historical, social

and

musical

perspectives", 2: 31-53 Gourlay, Kenneth A., "Blanks on the cognitive map: unpredictable aspects of musical performance", 2: 1-30 Gray, Catherine, "The Ugandan lyre endongo and its music", 2: 117-42 Gray, Catherine, "Compositional techniques in Roman Catholic church

music in Uganda", 4: 135-55

'Sulendra': an example of

petegak in the Balinese gender

wayang repertory", 1: 1-16

"

Gray, Nick,

Hesselink, Nathan, "Kouta and karaoke in modern Japan: a blurring of the distinction between Umgangsmusik and Darbietungsmusik", 3: 49-61 Ho, Edward, "Aesthetic considerationsin

understanding Chinese literati musical behaviour",6: 35

Hughes, David W., "Thai music in Java, Javanese music in Thailand: two case studies", 1: 17-30

Jones,

Stephen, "Chinese ritual music

underMao and Deng", 8: 27-66

Kertesz Wilkinson, Iren, "Genuine and

adopted songs

repertoire: a controversy re-

examined", 1: 111-36

'It is new-strung and shan't

be heard': nationalism and memory in

Lanier,S.C.,

in the Vlach

Gypsy

"

the Irish harptradition",8:

1-26

Lau, Frederick, "Forever Red: the invention of solo dizi music in post-

1949 China", 5: 113-31 Lewisohn, Leonard, "The sacred music of Islam: Samw' in the Persian Sufi tradition",6: 1

Li,

traditional

a consideration of the relationship

between shamanic thought and

musical ideas", 2: 99-115 McCann, May, "Music and politics

in

Ireland: the specificity of the folk revival in Belfast", 4: 51-75 Mackinlay, Elizabeth "Music for dreaming: Aboriginal lullabies in the Yanyuwa community at Borroloola, Northern Territory", 8: 97-111 Menezes Bastos, Rafael Jose de, "The origin of 'samba' as the invention of

Brazil (why do songs have music?)",

Lisha, "Mystical numbers and

Manchu

music:

8:67-96

Nooshin,

Laudan,

"The

song

of

the

nightingale:

processes

of

improvisation in

dastgah

Segah

(Iranianclassical music)", 7: 75-122

139

140

BRITISH

JOURNAL

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ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

VOL.8

1999

Pegg, Carole,"Mongolianconceptualisations of overtone singing (xoomii)",1: 31

Pegg, Carole,"Ritual,religion and magic in West Mongolian (Oirad) heroic epic performance", 4: 77-99

"The

Pennanen,

Risto

Pekka,

development of chordal harmony in Greek rebetika and laika music, 1930s

to 1960s", 6: 65

Plemmenos,

John

G.,

"The

active

listener:

Greek

attitudes

towards

music

listening

in

the

Age

of

Enlightenment", 6:51 Ramnarine,Tina Karina," 'Indian' music in the diaspora: case studiesof 'chutney' in Trinidadand in London", 5: 133-53

Ramnarine,Tina Karina,"'Brotherhoodof

a

the

Caribbeancontext", 7: 7-28

boat':

musical

dialogues

in

Reily, SuzelAna, "Musical performance at a Brazilian festival", 3: 1-34

Reily,

initiation

schools revisited", 7: 51-74 Stobart, Henry , "Flourishing homs and enchantedtubers:music and potatoes in highland Bolivia", 3: 35-48

ethnographic

Suzel

Ana,

"The

enterprise:

Venda

girls'

Stock, Jonathan, "Contemporary recital solos for the Chinese two-stringed fiddle erhu", 1: 55-88

Stokes,

and

Martin

H.,

"The

media

reform: the saz and elektrosaz in urban

Turkishfolkmusic",1:89-102

Swanwick, Keith, "Music education and ethnomusicology", 1: 137-44 Tian, Qing and Tan Hwee San, "Recent trends in Buddhist music research in China",3: 63-72 Tingey, Carol, "Auspicious women, auspicious songs: mangalinl and their musicatthecourtof Kathmandu",2:55-74 Tingey, Carol, "Musical instrument or ritual object? The status of the kettledrum in the temples of central Nepal", 1: 103-9 Widdess,Richard,"Festivalsof dhrupad in northern India: new contexts for an ancient art",3: 89-109 Wiggins, Trevor,"Techniques of variation

and concepts of musical understanding in Northern Ghana",7: 123-48

in

18th-century Lucknow: problems of transcription", 3: 73-88

Woodfield,Ian, "Collecting Indian songs

Index of countries article themes,

(1992-9)

as major

volumes

1-8

Afghanistan: 6: 117 (Baily)

Australia: 8: 97

Bali: 1: 1 (Gray) Bolivia: 3: 35 (Stobart) Brazil: 3: 1 (Reily), 8: 67 (Bastos) British Isles: 4: 41 (Eydmann), 5: 133

(Ramnarine) China: 1: 55 (Stock), 3: 63 (Tian), 5: 113 (Lau), 6: 35 (Ho), 8: 27 (Jones) Corsica: 5: 39 (Bithell) Crete: 5: 93 (Dawe), 7:29 (Dawe) France: see Corsica Ghana:7:123 (Wiggins)

Greece:

65

(Mackinlay)

6:

51

(Plemmenos),

6:

(Pennanen); see also Crete

Hungary: 1: 111 (Kertesz-Wilkinson) India: 2: 31 (Farrell), 2: 75 (Clayton), 3:

(Woodfield), 3: 89 (Widdess), 5:

73

133

(Ramnarine)

Indonesia: see Bali, Java Iran:6: 1 (Lewisohn) 7: 75 (Nooshin) Ireland:4: 51 (McCann), 8: 1 (Lanier)

Japan: 3: 49 (Hesselink) Java: 1: 17 (Hughes) Mali: 4: 101 (Duran) Mongolia: 1: 31 (Pegg), 4: 77 (Pegg) Nepal: 1: 103 (Tingey), 2: 55 (Tingey)

Scotland: 4: 1 (Cannon), 4: 17 (Buisman) SouthAfrica:5: 1 (Ballantine), 7: 51 (Reily) Thailand: 1: 17 (Hughes) Trinidad: 5: 133 (Ramnarine), 7: 7 (Ramnarine) Turkey: 1: 89 (Stokes) Uganda: 2: 1 (Gourlay), 2: 117 (Gray), 4:

135 (Gray)

United Kingdom: 1: 137 (Swanwick), 4:

(Clayton); see

51 (McCann), 5: 67

also British Isles, Scotland