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Double reeds along the great Silk Road

Author: Gisa Jähnichen; International Council for Traditional Music. Colloquium
Publisher: Berlin : Logos Verlag, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Double-reed instruments have been under-represented in ethnomusicology and related fields and deserve much more serious and sustained attention. To fill the void in current scholarship, the 25th Colloquium of the International Council for Traditional Music, Double Reeds along the Great Silk Road: The Interaction of Theory and Practice from Antiquity to Contemporary Performance, was held at the Shanghai Conservatory  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
History
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gisa Jähnichen; International Council for Traditional Music. Colloquium
ISBN: 3832548696 9783832548698
OCLC Number: 1127657290
Description: vi, 225 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: I. History and Dissemination --
1. Double-Reed Instruments in North Africa / Jurgen Eisner --
2. The Mizmar in the Arab World: A Historical Sketch / Anne van Oostrum --
3. Double-Reed Instruments: Looking for Historical Connections between the East African Coast and the Great Silk Road / Timkehet Teffera --
4. Instruments at the Crossroads: An Organology of the Vietnamese Shawm / Esbjorn Wettermark --
5. Peering into the Thumb Hole: The Shifting Lineages / Liu Xiangkun --
II. Performance Contexts --
6. The Cultural Function of the Sri Lankan Horanawa / Chinthaka Prageeth Meddegoda --
7. Gender in Zurna Practices in Traditional Contexts in Western Turkey / Sebnem Sengerman --
8. The Preservation of the Pi Gay ok / Rewadee Ungpho --
9. Playing the Serunai in Kampung Stong, Kelantan / Gisa Jahnichen --
10. The Sangk(h)a and the Tarompet: Musicological Representants of a Historical Cultural Change in West Java Overlooked? / Uwe Umberto Paetzold --
11. The Malay Nobat: A History of Encounters, Accommodation, and Development / Raja Iskandar Bin Raja Halid --
III. Sounds of Otherness --
12. The Otherness of Zurla: Traditional Music, Local Identifications, and Change / Rastko Jakovljevic --
13. Charumera and the Representation of the Other in Japan / Terada Yoshitaka --
IV. Revival --
14. Nowruz, the Persian New Year, and its Contemporary Interpretation on the Persian Soma / Sahereh Astaneh --
15. Renaissance of Folk Double Reeds in France / Yves Defrance.
Responsibility: edited by Gisa Jähnichen and Terada Yoshitaka.

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Double-reed instruments have been under-represented in ethnomusicology and related fields and deserve much more serious and sustained attention. To fill the void in current scholarship, the 25th Colloquium of the International Council for Traditional Music, Double Reeds along the Great Silk Road: The Interaction of Theory and Practice from Antiquity to Contemporary Performance, was held at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China, in 2018. With a selection of papers from the colloquium, the present volume gathers and analyzes existing documents, whether written, historical or ethnographical, and provides information on previously neglected regions. With contributions by Sahereh Astaneh, Yves Defrance, Jürgen Elsner, Gisa Jähnichen, Rastko Jakovljevic, Chinthaka Prageeth Meddegoda, Uwe Umberto Paetzold, Raja Iskandar Bin Raja Halid, Sebnem Sençerman, Timkehet Teffera, Rewadee Ungpho, Anne van Oostrum, Esbjörn Wettermark, Liu Xiangkun, and Terada Yoshitaka.

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