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The Resource Performing ethnomusicology : teaching and representation in world music ensembles, edited by Ted Solís

Performing ethnomusicology : teaching and representation in world music ensembles, edited by Ted Solís

Label
Performing ethnomusicology : teaching and representation in world music ensembles
Title
Performing ethnomusicology
Title remainder
teaching and representation in world music ensembles
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ted Solís
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3798
LC item number
.P47 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Solís, Ted
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ethnomusicology
  • World music
  • Folk music groups
Label
Performing ethnomusicology : teaching and representation in world music ensembles, edited by Ted Solís
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-302) and index
Contents
  • Introduction. Teaching what cannot be taught : an optimistic overview / Ted Solís
  • pt. 1. Sounding the other : academic world music ensembles in historical perspective. Subject, object, and the ethnomusicology ensemble : the ethnomusicological "we" and "them" / Ricardo D. Trimillos -- "A bridge to Java" : four decades teaching gamelan in America : interview with Hardja Susilo / by David Harnish, Ted Solís, and J. Lawrence Witzleben -- Opportunity and interaction : the gamelan from Java to Wesleyan / Sumarsam -- "Where's 'one'?" : musical encounters of the ensemble kind / Gage Averill
  • pt. 2. Square pegs and spokesfolk : serving and adapting to the academy. A square peg in a round hole : teaching Javanese gamelan in the ensemble paradigm of the academy / Roger Vetter -- "No, not 'Bali hai!" : challenges of adaptation and orientalism in performing and teaching Balinese gamelan / David Harnish -- Cultural interactions in an Asian context : Chinese and Javanese ensembles in Hong Kong / J. Lawrence Witzleben
  • pt. 3. Patchworkers, actors, and ambassadors : representing ourselves and others. "Can't help but speak, can't help but play" : dual discourse in Arab music pedagogy : interview with Ali Jihad Racy / by Scott Marcus and Ted Solís -- The African ensemble in America : contradictions and possibilities / David Locke -- Klez goes to college / Hankus Netsky -- Creating a community, negotiating among communities : performing Middle Eastern music for a diverse Middle Eastern and American public / Scott Marcus
  • pt. 4. Take-off points : creativity and pedagogical obligation. Bilateral negotiations in bimusicality : insiders, outsiders, and the "real version" in Middle Eastern music performance / Anne K. Rasmussen -- Community of comfort : negotiating a world of "Latin marimba" / Ted Solís -- What's the "it" that we learn to perform? : teaching BaAka music and dance / Michelle Kisliuk and Kelly Gross -- "When can we improvise?" : the place of creativity in academic world music performance / David W. Hughes
  • Afterword. Some closing thoughts from the first voice : interview with Mantle Hood / by Ricardo D. Trimillos
Control code
54103890
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 322 p.
Isbn
9780520238749
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2004043967
Label
Performing ethnomusicology : teaching and representation in world music ensembles, edited by Ted Solís
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-302) and index
Contents
  • Introduction. Teaching what cannot be taught : an optimistic overview / Ted Solís
  • pt. 1. Sounding the other : academic world music ensembles in historical perspective. Subject, object, and the ethnomusicology ensemble : the ethnomusicological "we" and "them" / Ricardo D. Trimillos -- "A bridge to Java" : four decades teaching gamelan in America : interview with Hardja Susilo / by David Harnish, Ted Solís, and J. Lawrence Witzleben -- Opportunity and interaction : the gamelan from Java to Wesleyan / Sumarsam -- "Where's 'one'?" : musical encounters of the ensemble kind / Gage Averill
  • pt. 2. Square pegs and spokesfolk : serving and adapting to the academy. A square peg in a round hole : teaching Javanese gamelan in the ensemble paradigm of the academy / Roger Vetter -- "No, not 'Bali hai!" : challenges of adaptation and orientalism in performing and teaching Balinese gamelan / David Harnish -- Cultural interactions in an Asian context : Chinese and Javanese ensembles in Hong Kong / J. Lawrence Witzleben
  • pt. 3. Patchworkers, actors, and ambassadors : representing ourselves and others. "Can't help but speak, can't help but play" : dual discourse in Arab music pedagogy : interview with Ali Jihad Racy / by Scott Marcus and Ted Solís -- The African ensemble in America : contradictions and possibilities / David Locke -- Klez goes to college / Hankus Netsky -- Creating a community, negotiating among communities : performing Middle Eastern music for a diverse Middle Eastern and American public / Scott Marcus
  • pt. 4. Take-off points : creativity and pedagogical obligation. Bilateral negotiations in bimusicality : insiders, outsiders, and the "real version" in Middle Eastern music performance / Anne K. Rasmussen -- Community of comfort : negotiating a world of "Latin marimba" / Ted Solís -- What's the "it" that we learn to perform? : teaching BaAka music and dance / Michelle Kisliuk and Kelly Gross -- "When can we improvise?" : the place of creativity in academic world music performance / David W. Hughes
  • Afterword. Some closing thoughts from the first voice : interview with Mantle Hood / by Ricardo D. Trimillos
Control code
54103890
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 322 p.
Isbn
9780520238749
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2004043967

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