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Applied ethnomusicology : historical and contemporary approaches.

de Harrison, Klisala. ed; Mackinlay, Elizabeth. ed; Pettan, Svanibor, ed.International Council for Traditional MusicStudy Group on Applied Ethnomusicology..

Éditeur: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2010.Description: x-245 p. : fig., cartes, photogr. en noir, tabl.ISBN: 1443824259; 9781443824255.N° Inventaire: FEMAD0044.Contenu: Part 1: Historical and contemporary understanding of applied ethnomusicology in international perspective -- Chapter 1. Maintaining the distance, othering the subaltern : rethinking ethnomusicologist' engagement in advocacy and social justice / Ana Hofman -- Chapter 2. Solving conflicts : applied ethnomusicology at the Music Department of the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, and in the context of IMOHP / Bernhard Bleibinger -- Chapter 3. Applied ethnomusicology, music therapy and ethnographically informed choral education : the merging of disciplines during a case study in Hopevale, Northern Queensland / Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg -- Part 2: Teaching pedagogies and research practices of applied ethnomusicology -- Chapter 4. United States ethnomusicology and the engaged university / Eric Martin Usner -- Chapter 5. Big women from Burrulula : an approach to advocacy and applied ethnomusicology with the Yanyuwa aboriginal community in the Northern Territory, Australia / Elizabeth Mackinlay -- Chapter. 6. Singing from the dark : applied ethnomusicology and the study of lullabies / Katarina Juvančič -- Chapter 7. Solid as stone and bone : song as a bridge between cultures and generations / Vojko Veršnik -- Part 3: Building sustatinable music cultures -- Chapter 8. Three journeys, five recollections, seven voices : operationalising sustainability in music / Huib Schippers -- Chapter 9. Questioning the possibility of revitalising traditional rural songs in Topola, Serbia / Jelena Jovanović -- Part 4: Music's roles in conflict situations -- Chapter 10. The music of minorities in Austria : conflict and intercultural strategies / Ursula Hemetek -- Chapter 11. The musical arts in Aceh after the tsunami and the conflict / Margaret Kartomi -- Chapter 12. Polyphony of cultures : conceptualization and consequences of an applied media project / Britta Sweers -- Contributors -- Index.
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Papers from the first symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Applied Ethnomusicology held July 9-13, 2008 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Notes. Bibliogr. Index.

Part 1: Historical and contemporary understanding of applied ethnomusicology in international perspective -- Chapter 1. Maintaining the distance, othering the subaltern : rethinking ethnomusicologist' engagement in advocacy and social justice / Ana Hofman -- Chapter 2. Solving conflicts : applied ethnomusicology at the Music Department of the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, and in the context of IMOHP / Bernhard Bleibinger -- Chapter 3. Applied ethnomusicology, music therapy and ethnographically informed choral education : the merging of disciplines during a case study in Hopevale, Northern Queensland / Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg -- Part 2: Teaching pedagogies and research practices of applied ethnomusicology -- Chapter 4. United States ethnomusicology and the engaged university / Eric Martin Usner -- Chapter 5. Big women from Burrulula : an approach to advocacy and applied ethnomusicology with the Yanyuwa aboriginal community in the Northern Territory, Australia / Elizabeth Mackinlay -- Chapter. 6. Singing from the dark : applied ethnomusicology and the study of lullabies / Katarina Juvančič -- Chapter 7. Solid as stone and bone : song as a bridge between cultures and generations / Vojko Veršnik -- Part 3: Building sustatinable music cultures -- Chapter 8. Three journeys, five recollections, seven voices : operationalising sustainability in music / Huib Schippers -- Chapter 9. Questioning the possibility of revitalising traditional rural songs in Topola, Serbia / Jelena Jovanović -- Part 4: Music's roles in conflict situations -- Chapter 10. The music of minorities in Austria : conflict and intercultural strategies / Ursula Hemetek -- Chapter 11. The musical arts in Aceh after the tsunami and the conflict / Margaret Kartomi -- Chapter 12. Polyphony of cultures : conceptualization and consequences of an applied media project / Britta Sweers -- Contributors -- Index.

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