|Author:||Kip Lornell,Anne K. Rasmussen|
|Publisher:||Schirmer Books (June 1, 1999)|
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Chapters cover twelve communities, from the West Indian steel drum bands of Brooklyn, to Mexican-American mariachi music.
Chapters cover twelve communities, from the West Indian steel drum bands of Brooklyn, to Mexican-American mariachi music. Includes bibliographical references and index. Music and community in multicultural America, Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen - Czech American polka music in Wisconsin, James P. Leary - Klezmer music : the first one thousand years, Henry Sapoznik - The music of Arab Detroit : a musical mecca in the midwest, Anne K. Rasmussen - "Pan is we ting" : West Indian steelbands in Brooklyn, Gage Averill.
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This interdisciplinary text introduces the student to the diverse musical cultures that constitute America's musical . Chapters cover twelve communities.
This interdisciplinary text introduces the student to the diverse musical cultures that constitute America's musical landscape. Ships from and sold by Hawking Books.
Read The Music of Multicultural America, by Anne Rasmussen, Kip Lornell online on Bookmate – The Music of Multicultural America explores the intersection of performance, identity, and community in . Due to the diversity of music profiled in the book-Mexican mariachi, African American gospel, Asian West Coast jazz, women's punk, French-American Cajun, and Anglo-American sacred harp-and to the methodology of fieldwork, ethnography, and academic activism described by the authors, the book is perfect for courses in ethnomusicology, world music, anthropology, folklore, and American studies.
This book contains a treasure-trove of fifteen musical jewels, each presenting a rich and multifaceted portrait of a unique musical community within the multicultural mix that is America today. Perfect as a text for an 'Introduction to American Music' course!" ―Ellen Koskoff, professor of ethnomusicology, Eastman School of Music (University of Rochester).
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Lists Forum Books Performance Data new. Ephemera Libretto Instruments. New List New Article New Book New Video New Post New Score new. Home Journals Ethnomusicology 1999 Vol. 43 No. 3. Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen, ed. Musics of Multicultural America. Nettl, B. (1999) Kip Lornell and Anne K. In: Ethnomusicology, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 557-559.
Like many multicultural American musics, the establishment of an. .
Excerpts from "Pan Is We Ting" by Gage Averill in Musics of Multicultural America: A Study of Twelve Musical Communities, Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen (ed. Like many multicultural American musics, the establishment of an ensemble in this country begins with a handful of innovative individuals who possess the expertise to construct and tune the various pans in an ensemble. While West Indian Americans like Marcus Garvey or even Roy Innis have long been involved in the struggle of black peoples in North America and generally adhere to visions of black solidarity, they are also. Want to read all 9 pages? Want to read all 9 pages?
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