African Music; Ethnomusicology

Vol 5, No 3 (1973)

African music: Journal of the African Music Society

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21504/amj.v5i3

Table of Contents

Front Matter

African Music, Vol. 5, No. 3 (1973/4)
 
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Editorial

Editorial
 
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5

Articles

Mosunmola Omibiyi
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6-11
Lazarus Nnanyelu Ekwueme
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12-33
Veit Erlmann
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34-39
J.R. Harding
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40-42
Luo music and its rhythm
A.M. Jones
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43-54
Paul van Thiel
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55-64
Recherche ethnomusicologique au Rwanda
Jos Gansemans
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65-69
Marjory Davidson
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70-76
Cootje van Oven
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77-85
Thomas F. Johnston
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86-93

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor
 
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Book Reviews

MUSIQUE DAN: La musique dans la pensee et la vie sociale d’une socidte africaine, by Hugo Zemp, Cahiers de l’Homme, Nouvelle Serie XI, Paris, Mouton, 1971. pp. 320, illus., maps, tables, song texts, glossary, bibliography and discography
John Blacking
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‘Principles governing the construction of the Silimba, a xylophone type found among the Lozi of Zambia’, by Atta Annan Mensah.‘Ghanaian xylophone studies’, by Mitchel Strumpf.‘Oral notation of some West and Central African time-line patterns’, by Gerhard Kubik. ‘Fieldwork in African music’, by John Blacking
Andrew Tracey
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FOLK AND TRADITIONAL MUSIC OF THE WESTERN CONTINENTS by Bruno Nettl. Prentice-Hall, History of Music Series, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, revised edition 1973 (original edition 1965)
Hugh Tracey
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PAREDON P 1002 —ANGOLA: A VITORIA E CERTAI VICTORY IS CERTAIN! Songs of the Liberation Army of M.P.L.A. 12-inch mono L.P., with 16 page booklet edited by Pat Payandeh. Produced by Barbara Dane. “Recorded in the liberated zones by members of the Liberation Support Movement.” Paredon Records, P.O. Box 889, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11202, U.S.A. $4-50 in U.S. $5-00 elsewhere by I.M.O.
Tom Bingham
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HOW MUSICAL IS MAN ? by John Blacking. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1973. $6-95.
Christopher Ballantine
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101-102
DANCES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA. Produced and filmed by Gei Zantzinger, edited Conley Benfield, sound Ruth Zantzinger. 16 mm. colour, 53 minutes, commentary Dr. Hugh Tracey, interview with Andrew Tracey. Distributed through Pennsylvania State Psychological Cinema Register, Audio-Visual Department
Nadia Chilkovsky Nahumck
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BAFIA KAMEROEN and YAKA-MUZIEK Nos. 7 and 8 in a series of African music recordings issued by the Musee Royale de l’Afrique Centrale, Tervuren, Belgium and the Belgische Radio en Televisie, 1972. 12" L.P. with booklet in four languages, pp. 49 and 60
Alan P. Merriam
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CONTRIBUTION A L’ETUDE DE LA MUSIQUE SACREE ZARMA SONGHAY by Bernard Surugue, Etudes Nigeriennes No. 30, Centre Nigerien de Recherches en Sciences Humaines, Niamey, Niger Republic, 1972, pp. 63, viii, plates, diagrams, maps
Andrew Tracey
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THE MUSIC OF CENTRAL AFRICA by Rose Brandel. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, reprinted 1973, original edition 1961
Andrew Tracey
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Notes and News

Notes and News
 
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105-107

Resources for Music Education

The "sound of Africa" series
 
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108-109

Back matter

Backmatter
 
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