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Source: British Journal of Ethnomusicology, Vol. 6 (1997), pp. 218-219
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British Journal of Ethnomusicology
Index of articles
by author, volumes 1-6 (1992-97)
Baily, John, "The
Naghma-ye
kashdl of Afghanistan",
6: 117
Ballantine, Christopher, "Joseph
Shabalala: chronicles of an African composer", 5: 1-38
Bithell, Caroline, "Polyphonic
voices: national identity,
World Music and the
recording
of traditional
music in Corsica", 5: 39-66
Buisman, Frans, "Melodic relationships
in
pibroch",
4: 17-39 (erratum,
5:
187)
Cannon, Roderick D., "What can we learn 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
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
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
Gray, Nick, "'Sulendra': an
example
of
petegak
in the Balinese gender wayang repertory",
1: 1-16
Hesselink, Nathan, "Kouta and karaoke in modem Japan:
a blurring
of the distinction between
Umgangsmusik
and
Darbietungsmusik",
3: 49-61
Ho, Edward, "Aesthetic considerations in
understanding Chinese literati musical behaviour", 6: 35
Hughes,
David W., "Thai music in Java, Javanese music in Thailand: two case studies", 1: 17-30
Kertesz-Wilkinson, Iren, "Genuine and adopted songs
in the Vlach
Gypsy repertoire:
a
controversy
re-
examined, 1:111-36
Lau, Frederick, "Forever Red: the invention of solo dizi music in
post-1949 China", 5: 113-31
Lewisohn, Leonard, "The sacred music of Islam: Samai' in the Persian Sufi tradition", 6: 1
Li, Lisha, "Mystical numbers and Manchu traditional music: 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
Pegg, Carole, "Mongolian conceptualisations
of overtone singing
(xo6mii)", 1: 31
Pegg, Carole, "Ritual, religion
and
magic
in West
Mongolian (Oirad) heroic
epic performance",
4: 77-99
Pennanen, Risto Pekka, "The
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",
1: 51
Ramnarine, Tina Karina, "'Indian' music in the
diaspora:
case studies of
'chutney'
in Trinidad and in
London", 5:133-53
Reily,
Suzel Ana, "Musical
performance
at a Brazilian festival", 3: 1-34
Stobart, Henry, "Flourishing
horns and enchanted tubers: music and potatoes in
highland Bolivia", 3: 35-
48
Stock, Jonathan, "Contemporary
recital solos for the Chinese two-stringed
fiddle erhu", 1: 55-88
Stokes, Martin H., "The media and reform: the saz and elektrosaz in urban Turkish folk music", 1: 89-
102
Swanwick, Keith, "Music education and
ethnomusicology",
1: 137-44
TIAN
Qing
& TAN Hwee San, "Recent trends in Buddhist music research in China", 3: 63-72
Tingey, Carol, "Auspicious women, auspicious songs:
mangalini
and their music at the court of
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, "Festivals of dhrupad
in northern India: new contexts for an ancient art", 3: 89-109
Woodfield, Ian, "Collecting Indian
songs
in
18th-century Lucknow:
problems
of
transcription",
3: 73-88
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British Journal
of Ethnomusicology
Index of countries as
major
themes in
articles, volumes 1-6
(1992-97)
Afghanistan: 6: 117
(Baily)
Bali: 1: 1
(Gray)
Bolivia: 3: 35 (Stobart)
Brazil: 3: 1
(Reily)
British Isles: 4: 41
(Eydmann), 5: 133 (Ramnarine)
China: 1: 55 (Stock), 3: 63 (Tian), 5: 113 (Lau), 6: 35
(Ho)
Corsica: 5: 39 (Bithell)
Crete: 5: 93 (Dawe)
France: see Corsica
Greece: 6: 51
(Plemmenos),
6: 65 (Pennanen); see also Crete
Hungary:
1:111
(Kertesz-Wilkinson)
India: 2: 31 (Farrell), 2: 75 (Clayton), 3: 73 (Woodfield), 3: 89 (Widdess), 5: 133 (Ramnarine)
Indonesia: see Bali, Java
Iran: 6: 1
(Lewisohn)
Ireland: 4: 51 (McCann)
Japan:
3: 49 (Hesselink)
Java: 1:17
(Hughes)
Mali: 4: 101 (Duran)
Mongolia:
1: 31
(Pegg),
4: 77
(Pcgg)
Nepal:
1: 103
(Tingey),
2: 55
(Tingey)
Scotland: 4: 1
(Cannon),
4: 17
(Buisman)
South Africa: 5: 1
(Ballantine)
Thailand: 1: 17
(Hughes)
Trinidad: 5: 133 (Ramnarine)
Turkey:
1: 89 (Stokes)
Uganda:
2: 1
(Gourlay),
2: 117
(Gray),
4: 135
(Gray)
United
Kingdom:
1: 137 (Swanwick), 4: 51 (McCann), 5: 67 (Clayon); see also British Isles, Scotland
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