Trends in African Musicology

A Review Article. James Burns, Female Voices from an Ewe Dance Drumming Community in Ghana; Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, Fiddling in West Africa; Nathalie Fernando, Polyphonies du Nord-Cameroun; Tobias Robert Klein, Moderne Traditionen: Studien zur postkolonialen Musikgeschichte Ghanas; Gerhard Kubik, Theory of African Music, Volume 2; Meki Nzewi, Israel Anyahuru, and Tom Ohiaraumuna, Musical Sense and Musical Meaning: An Indigenous African Perspective

K. Agawu
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Journal Ethnomusicology
Year 2012
Volume 56
Issue 1
Pages 133-139

Agawu, K. (2012) Trends in African Musicology: A Review Article. James Burns, Female Voices from an Ewe Dance Drumming Community in Ghana; Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, Fiddling in West Africa; Nathalie Fernando, Polyphonies du Nord-Cameroun; Tobias Robert Klein, Moderne Traditionen: Studien zur postkolonialen Musikgeschichte Ghanas; Gerhard Kubik, Theory of African Music, Volume 2; Meki Nzewi, Israel Anyahuru, and Tom Ohiaraumuna, Musical Sense and Musical Meaning: An Indigenous African Perspective. In: Ethnomusicology, Vol. 56, No. 1, pp. 133-139. Available at https://openmusiclibrary.org/article/28335/.

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