Ethnomusicology

On the Politics of Folk Song Theory in Edwardian England
Ethnomusicology (2019) Vol. 63, No. 1, pp. 19-42

This article explores how and why a particular vision of folk song became widely popular during the early twentieth century. Focusing on Cecil J. Sharp, I show that despite severe criticism from contemporaries, his beliefs won out as the dominant ...

Ecology of the Global Tabla Industry
Ethnomusicology (2015) Vol. 59, No. 2, pp. 315-336

 

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Ethnomusicology is the premier publication in the field. Its scholarly articles represent current theoretical perspectives and research in ethnomusicology and related fields, while playing a central role in expanding the discipline in the United States and abroad. As the official journal of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Ethnomusicology is aimed at a diverse audience of musicologists, anthropologists, folklorists, cultural studies scholars, musicians, and others, this inclusive journal also features book, recording, film, video, and multimedia reviews. Peer-reviewed by the Society’s international membership, Ethnomusicology has been published three times a year since the 1950s.

Publisher University of Illinois Press
Country United States of America
ISSN (Print) 0014-1836
Year started 1953
Indexed 1055 articles
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