The Cultural Study of Music : a Critical Introduction.

What is the relationship between music and culture? The first edition of The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction explored this question with groundbreaking rigor and breadth. Now this second edition refines that original analysis while examining the ways the field has developed in the y...

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Main Author: Clayton, Martin.
Other Authors: Herbert, Trevor., Middleton, Richard.
Format: Electronic
Published: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2011.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Notes of Contributors; Introduction: Music Studies and the Idea of Culture; Part 1: When? Musical Histories; Chapter 1. Music and Biocultural Evolution; Chapter 2. Music and Culture: Historiographies of Disjuncture, Ethnographies of Displacement; Chapter 3. Historical Musicology: Is It Still Possible?; Chapter 4. Social History and Music History; Chapter 5. Musicology, Anthropology, History; Part 2: Where? Locations of Music; Chapter 6. Textual Analysis or Thick Description?
  • Chapter 7. Comparing Music, Comparing MusicologyChapter 8. The Destiny of "Diaspora" in Ethnomusicology; Chapter 9. Globalization and the Politics of World Music; Chapter 10. Contesting Difference: A Critique of Africanist Ethnomusicology; Chapter 11. What a Difference a Name Makes: Two Instances of African-American Popular Music; Chapter 12. Music, Space, and Place: The Geography of Music; Chapter 13. Music and Everyday Life; Part 3: How? Processes, Practices, and Institutions of Music; Chapter 14. Music, Culture, and Creativity; Chapter 15. Musical Autonomy Revisited.
  • Chapter 16. Music as PerformanceChapter 17. The Cultural Study of Musical Instruments; Chapter 18. Music Education, Cultural Capital, and Social Group Identity; Chapter 19. Music Technology, or Technologies of Music?; Chapter 20. Music and Material Culture; Part 4: Whose? Social Forces and Musical Belongings; Chapter 21. Music and Social Categories; Chapter 22. Music and Mediation: Toward a New Sociology of Music; Chapter 23. Music and the Social; Chapter 24. Locating the People: Music and the Popular; Chapter 25. Music and the Market: The Economics of Music in the Modern World.
  • Chapter 26. Music, Sound, and ReligionChapter 27. Music, Race, and the Fields of Public Culture; Chapter 28. Music, Gender, and Sexuality; Part 5: Who? Musical Subjectivities; Chapter 29. What's Going On: Music, Psychology, and Ecological Theory; Chapter 30. Musical Materials, Perception, and Listening; Chapter 31. Music, Experience, and the Anthropology of Emotion; Chapter 32. Towards a Political Aesthetics of Music; Chapter 33. Music and the Subject: Three Takes; Chapter 34. Of Mice and Dogs: Music, Gender, and Sexuality at the Long Fin-de-Siècle.
  • Chapter 35. Subjectivity Unbound: Music, Language, CultureReferences; Index.