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Turkish popular music; and issues of representation and difference in jazz, world music, hip hop, and electronic .

Turkish popular music; and issues of representation and difference in jazz, world music, hip hop, and electronic dance music. CHAPTERS 1. Musical Belongings: Western Music and Its Low-Other (Richard Middleton) 2. Race, Orientalism, and Distinction in the Wake of the "Yellow Peril" (Jann Pasler) 3. Bartók, the Gypsies, and Hybridity in Music (Julie Brown) 4. Modernism, Deception, and Musical Others: Los Angeles circa 1940 (Peter Franklin) 5. Experimental Oriental: New Music and Other Others (John Corbett) 6. Composing the Cantorate: Westernizing.

Home Browse Books Book details, Western Music and Its Others: Difference . Till then, few people seriously questioned the notion that beyond the Western classical tradition there were three kinds of music to be studied : Oriental, folk, and primitive.

Home Browse Books Book details, Western Music and Its Others: Difference,. Western Music and Its Others: Difference, Representation, and Appropriation in Music. By Georgina Born, David Hesmondhalgh. Till then, few people seriously questioned the notion that beyond the Western classical tradition there were three kinds of music to be studied : Oriental, folk, and primitiv. .

Difference, Representation, and Appropriation in Music. The book begins on the theme, broadly, of the relationship between Western art music and other musics

Difference, Representation, and Appropriation in Music. The book begins on the theme, broadly, of the relationship between Western art music and other musics. 1 Focused pri-marily on the twentieth century, it examines the ways in which art musics have drawn upon, or repudiated, popular, non-Western, and ethnic musics, and what these relations mean in cultural and political terms.

will be taken as an important book signalling a new turn within the field. It takes the best features of traditional, rigorous scholarship and brings these to bear upon contemporary, more speculative questions. The level of theoretical sophistication is high. Thankfully he sees that Cage used Other musics to disrupt Western musical preoccupations, more than for their "exotic" appeal, as did Steve Reich and others who sought inspiration rather than imitation.

Several of these studies, responding to this need, treat issues of musical borrowing (or, more polemically, appropriation) with finesse.

This collection provides a sophisticated model for using theory to interrogate music and music to interrogate theory

This collection provides a sophisticated model for using theory to interrogate music and music to interrogate theory. The essays both take up and challenge the dominance of notions of representation in cultural theory as they explore the relevance of the concepts of hybridity and otherness for contemporary art music. Sophisticated theory, erudite scholarship and a very real appreciation for the specificities of music make this a powerful and important addition to our understanding of both culture and music. Lawrence Grossberg, author of Dancing in Spite of Myself.

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oceedings{Born2000WesternMA, title {Western music and its others : difference, representation, and appropriation in music}, author {Georgina Born and David Hesmondhalgh}, year {2000} }. Georgina Born, David Hesmondhalgh. Musica. ONTINUE READING.

Introduction to the book Western Music and its Others: On difference, representation and appropriation in music. Written by leading scholars from disciplines including historical musicology, sociology, ethnomusicology, anthropology, popular music studies, and film studies, the essays provide unprecedented insights into how cultural identities and differences are constructed in music. 0520220846 (ISBN13: 9780520220843).

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