African Music; Ethnomusicology

Vol 3, No 2 (1963)

African Music: Journal of the African Music Society

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21504/amj.v3i2

Table of Contents

Front Matter

African Music, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1963)
 
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[i-iv]

Editorial

Editorial
 
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[5]

Articles

A. M. Jones
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6-10
Gerhard Kubik
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11-14
Marjory Davidson
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15-22
Andrew Tracey
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23-26
Cajetan Lunsonga
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27-35
Hugh Tracey
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36-40
 
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41-42
Gerhard Kubik
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43-47
Leslie Williamson
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48-49

Notes and News

 
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50-54

Book Reviews

CHURCH LAW AND BANTU MUSIC, by Stephen B. G. Mbunga, approx. 16 x 24 cms., 216 pp. plus XXXI; 1963. 22 Swiss francs (37 sh. or $5.10): Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire, Schoneck-Beckenried, Switzerland (for Southern Africa, payable at P.O. Box 622, Gwelo, S.R.)
Basil Brother Basil
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LES INSTRUMENTS DE MUSIQUE AU NIGER. Communication presentee par M. Tolia Nikiprowetsky a la Conference East and West in Music (Jerusalem, about 1963) with 19 photographs.
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DARK MUSIC. Paper presented to the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, Session 1962-63, by David Rycroft. pp. 24, with maps, illustrations and transcriptions.
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MUSICAL COLONIALISM. In Africa Report for January 1963, Alan P. Merriam, the Music Editor, reviews three comercially published records of South African Town music.
Alan P. Merriam
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FOLCLORE MUSICAL DE ANGOLA. Angola Folk Music Collection of Magnetic Tapes and Discs Vol. I. Povo Quioco. Chokwe People. Lisboa 1961.
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58-59

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor
 
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60-61

List of Books and Pamphlets Received

Publications received by the Library
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62

Back matter

Backmatter
 
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63-64 [65-66]