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Turino, Thomas
Music as social life : the politics of participation / Thomas Turino
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c2008
book jacket
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 4th Floor  ML3916 .T87 2008  v.1    AVAILABLE
 Audios/2nd Flr  ML3916 .T87 2008  v.2    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Music -- Social aspects
Music -- Political aspects
Music appreciation
Physical Description xviii, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Accompanying compact disc includes musical selections supplementary to topics discussed in the book
Includes bibliographical references (p.239-245), discography (p. 247-249), and index
Contents [v.1.] Text -- [v.2.] Audio CD
Introduction : why music matters -- Participatory and presentational performance -- The recording fields : high fidelity and studio audio art -- Habits of the self, identity, and culture -- Participatory, presentational, and high fidelity music in Zimbabwe -- Old-time music and dance : cultural cohorts and cultural formations -- Music and political movements -- For love or money
Partial Contents Contents on sound disc : Elzic's farewell / Euphor Stringband (3:19) -- Home is where the heart is / C. Gately, J. Talley; Cletus and Barnburners (2.00) -- Carnival pinkillu music (7.39) -- Saqsahumanpi, Valicha, Capuliñawi, cusqueñita / Takiy Orqo (2:49) -- Taimburewa / Emmanuel Chidzere, David Mapfumo, Piyo Murengweni (3:30) -- Shuramurowe (3:34) -- "oooo" / electroacoustic music, stereo version by David Psenicka (6:42) -- Shorten' bread / School choir from Umtali, Zimbabwe (2:33) -- Ewe Dudu / De Black Even Follies (1:51) -- Jerusarema dance / Murehwa Jerusarema and Burial Society (3:19)
Note In 'Music as Social Life', Thomas Turino explores why it is that music and dance are so often at the centre of our most profound personal and social experiences
Series Chicago studies in ethnomusicology

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