Ethnomusicology: An Introduction/Ethnomusicology: Historical and Regional Studies by Helen Myers (ed). Carol Gee Zarbock The University of. Helen Myers. W.W. Norton QR code for Ethnomusicology: An introduction. Title, Ethnomusicology: An introduction. Volume 1 of Ethnomusicology, Helen Myers. This is intended as a general introduction to the subject. Contributors: John Blacking; Helen Myers; Anthony Seeger; Ter Ellingson; Stephen Blum; Richard.
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Notes 1st published in UK by Macmillan Press. Other Authors Myers, Helen.
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Part I deals with the intellectual trends that contributed to the birth of the discipline in the period before World War II. Organized by national schools of scholarship, the influence of 19th-century anthropological theories on the new field of “comparative musicology” is described. Part 4 Reference aids: This single location in Northern Territory: Tags What are tags?
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In the second half of the book, regional experts provide detailed reviews by geographical areas of the current state of ethnomusicological research. This single location in South Australia: Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”?
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