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Nettl, Bruno, 1930-
Nettl's elephant : on the history of ethnomusicology / Bruno Nettl ; foreword by Anthony Seeger
Alternate Title On the history of ethnomusicology
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2010
book jacket
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 4th Floor  ML3799 .N38 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Ethnomusicology -- History
Physical Description xxix, 256 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-249) and index
Contents 1. The seminal eighties : historical musicology and ethnomusicology -- 2. Look at it another way : alternative views of the history -- 3. Speaking of world music : then and now -- 4. A tradition of self-critique -- 5. Revisiting comparison, comparative study, and comparative musicology -- 6. Ethno among the ologies -- 7. On the concept of evolution in the history of ethnomusicology -- 8. The music of anthoropology -- 9. The IFMC/ICTM and the development of ethnomusicology in the United States -- 10. Arrows and circles : fifty years of the ICTM and the study of traditional music -- 11. We're on the map : reflections on the Society for Ethnomusicology in 1955 and 2005 -- 12. Recalling some neglected classics in musical geography : for Tullia Magrini -- 13. Minorities in ethnomusicology : a meditation on experience in three cultures -- 14. Riding the warhorses : on the ethnomusicology of canons -- 15. A stranger here? Free associations around Kurt Weill -- 16. Music, what's that? Commenting on a book by Carl Dahlhaus and Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht

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