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African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Agawu V Kofi 2003 Representing African Music NY Routledge. A provocative examination of the nature and substance of. African music Much of the book is aimed at dispelling. other authors approaches and theories regarding the nature. of African music polyrhythms etc Ch 8 How Not to, Analyze African Music discusses the rift between music. theorists and ethnomusicologists Ch 3 The Invention of. African Rhythm Ch 4 Polymeter Additive Rhythm, and Other Myths Useful for a fresh perspective on how to. view African music and rhythms Extensive bibliography. Arum Simba 1991 African Polyphony and Polyrhythm Musical Structure and. Methodology New York Cambridge Cambridge University Press. Blacking John 1973 How Musical is Man Seattle University of Washington Press. A probing exploration into the inherent musicality of human beings. Blacking pursues the argument that all musical expression has validity. and often misunderstood levels of complexity and sophistication. Many examples from his work with Venda of S Africa extensive. transcriptions Useful for the author s thoughtful honest approach to. assessing musicality across cultures and the demands which this places. upon ethnomusicologists, Carrington John F 1949 Talking Drums of Africa London Cary Kingsgate Press. An examination of the talking drums of Africa as a means of. communication The language of the drum as a component. of the language groups throughout the continent Construction. of drums playing technique phrases etc The role of. drumming in ritual practices ceremonies and sporting events. Useful in understanding the relationships between sound. rhythm and language in African societies, Brandel Rose 1961 Music of Central Africa.
Campbell Patricia Shehan and Scott Kassner Carol Music in Childhood from Preschool. through the Elementary Grades Belmont CA Wadsworth Group Thomson Learning. African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Chernoff John Miller 1979 African Rhythm and African Sensibility Chicago London. University of Chicago Press, First written in 1973 73 one of the classics in the study of African music. and culture Topics include 1 an extensive reflection on the author s. perspective on participant observer relationship to the material 2 a. discussion of the role of music in African cultures 3 detailed examinations. of musical patterns and forms 4 musical style and 5 music as an expression. of African values Useful as an excellent perspective on both the musical and. cultural aspects of African music from an author who has lived in Africa for. extended periods of time Exhaustive bibliography, Chosky Lois Abramson Robert M Gillespie Avon Woods David 1986 Teaching. Music in the Twentieth Century Englewood Cliffs NJ Prentice Hall. Clements George N 1972 The Verbal Syntax of Ewe London University of London. unpublished dissertation, Cooke Peter 1998 East Africa An Introduction in Garland Encyclopedia of Music. Africa NY London Garland Publishing, A broad overview of the nine east African nations their history and.
culture The relationship of music to religion nomadism urban music. etc Useful as an introduction to east African culture and music in the. continental context, Dje Dje Jacqueline Cogdell 1998 West Africa An Introduction in Garland. Encyclopedia of Music Africa NY London Garland Publishing. An overview of music of 14 West African nations regarded by some. scholars as a homogeneous unit but with significant diversity. Discussion of geography savanna forest and historical forces and the. present day tribes and tribal clusters throughout the region Useful for a. broad understanding of tribal groupings and cultural and linguistic. African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Floyd Malcolm 1999 Composing the Music of Africa Composition Interpretation. and Realisation Aldershot England Brookfield VT Ashgate Press. A broad ranging compilation addressing many different aspects of. African music Egyptian Ghanaian Maasai Kenyan and others. plus a discussion of the relevance of African musical assumptions. and paradigms from a composer s perspective Ch 5 Drumming in. Africa addresses interlocking rhythms and how they combine to. create new rhythmic patterns Useful as a guide to deciphering such. rhythms utilizing western notation Ch 8 How Not to Analyze. African Music a case study regarding the nuances of analytical issues. and presentation of findings includes an overview of findings by. Hornbostel Blacking Arum Jones and others, Gaskin L J P and Wachsmann K P 1965 A Select Bibliography of Music in Africa. London International African Institute, An extensive bibliography of articles journals and books on. every aspect of African music Arrangement by geography. instrument type dance author Total of 3370 entries Useful for. finding articles on specific geographic regions or by author. Jones A M 1959 Studies in African Music London Oxford University Press. One of the original exhaustive studies of African music. frequently cited since its publication Discusses African. musical genres instruments dances etc Speculates on. the homogeneity of African music i e the standard, pattern a concept subsequently cited and debated by.
many others Notable for its broad approach to the, subject covering many tribes and topics Also detailed. photo illustrations of Atsimevu technique, Jones A M 1934 African Drumming A Study in the Combination of Rhythms in. African Music in Bantu Studies Vol 8 no 2 March pp 1 16. Jones A M 1954 African Rhythm in Africa Ch 24 pp 26 47. African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Kaemmer John E 1998 South Africa An Introduction in Garland Encyclopedia of. Music Africa NY London Garland Publishing, An overview of history people culture and music of this ten. nation region Role of music in politics and royalty Indigenous. groups and their music Section on Venda musical and tonal. organization Cites Blacking 65 and 73 Political, social economic factors affecting S African music in recent.
Kauffman Robert 1980 African Rhythm A Reassessment in Ethnomusicology Vol. 24 no 3 Ann Arbor The Society for Ethnomusicology, Notes the similarities of African rhythms across diverse cultures. Cites Jones King s work identifying the standard pattern. African hemiola macrorhythms musical form call and. response microrhythms These concepts are combined to. suggest a new approach to their analysis and understanding. Useful table of common African rhythms, Koetting James Roderick Knight ed 1986 What do We Know About African. Rhythm in Ethnomusicology Ann Arbor Society for Ethnomusicology. Koetting s final word on the subject he died the following evening. presented at the 10 20 84 Society for Ethnomusicology Conference in L A. One of the best available articles addressing issues of rhythmic analysis of. African music, Koetting James 1984 Ch 3 Africa Ghana in Worlds of Music New York Schirmer. A chapter discussing a variety of African musical styles from. Kesena jongo to Highlife Includes a straightforward explanation. of 2 over 3 cross rhythms helpful in teaching polymetric. patterns to western students Listening examples provided on. accompanying recording Useful as a brief generalized overview. of the topic of African music rhythms notational issues and. cultural background, Koetting James 1970 Analysis and Notation of West African Drum Ensemble Music in. UCLA Selected Reports Institute of Ethnomusicology Vol 1 No 3 pp 116 146. African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Kolinski Mieczlslaw 1973 A Cross Cultural Approach to Metro Rhythmic Patterns in.
Ethnomusicology Vol 17 No 3 Ann Arbor The Society for Ethnomusicology. A re evaluation of the western approach to analyzing and. understanding non western rhythms Examines the definition of. rhythm Discusses typical western approaches Cites A M. Jones work w Ewe overlapping polymeters including 12 8 1 4. 2 4 3 4 4 4 6 8 etc Useful in understanding rhythmic. comparisons between cultures, Kongo Zabana 1997 African Drum Music Kpanlogo Accra Afram Publications. A small book offering a complete transcription of Kpanlogo as. performed by the Master Drummers of the Ghana Dance. Ensemble Detailed western notations including vertical. alignments of all parts with bell part Intro by Nketia Useful in. teaching demonstrating these rhythms to any who would benefit. from easily readable western notation, Kongo Zabana 1997 African Drum Music Adowa Accra Afram Publications. A small book offering a complete transcription of Adowa as. performed by the Master Drummers of the Ghana Dance. Ensemble Detailed with notation including vertical alignment. with bell parts Intro by Nketia Useful for detailed western. Kubik Gerhard 1998 Central Africa An Introduction in Garland Encyclopedia of. Music Africa NY London Garland Publishing, Overview of eight central African nations their history. cultures and music Notation of choral music of Central. African Republic Relationship of music and language. Examples of music s role in group work i e millet pounding. and resultant rhythms Pygmy cultures Bantu instruments. Useful for understanding the discreet linguistic zones. and their relation to musics of the region, Lems Dworkin Carol 1991 African Music A Pan African Annotated Bibliography. London NY Hanszell, African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography.
Locke David 1982 Principles of Off Beat Timing and Cross Rhythms in S Ewe Dance. Drumming in Ethnomusicology Vol 26 2 pp 217 246 Ann Arbor Society. for Ethnomusicology, An excellent examination of Ewe polyrhythmic music. Discusses Africans ability to hear 12 8 divided into 4 s 3 s. 6 s 8 s etc This article really sums it up Very useful in. notating understanding the five major principles surrounding. the standard pattern in African music, 1992 Kpegisu A War Drum of the Ewe Tempe AZ White Cliffs Media Company. A study of a specific Ewe dance Discusses rhythmic. structure the dance performance musical notation, transcriptions the accompanying songs etc Ch 4. The Percussion Ensemble provides detailed, rhythmic transcriptions and explanations of cross. rhythms in 12 8 6 4 4 and 24 16 time signatures, Especially useful in understanding the polyrhythmic.
structures and how they combine and a discussion of. issues involved in notating this type of music, Locke David and Agbeli Godwin K 1980 A Study of The Drum Language of. Adzogbo in African Music Vol 6 no 1 Grahamstown S Africa International. Library of African Music, Examines Adzogbo a dance of the Ewe of Benin. Togo and Ghana Details the relationship of polyrhythmic. musical texture and the movements of dancers and the identical. rhythms of the sung spoken parts and the master drum. Descriptions of the cultural significance performance features. and drum language of the piece Useful for detailed. transcriptions showing relationship of words to bell and drum. parts and the syllables which represent specific drum strokes and. Locke David 1987 Drum Gahu A Systematic Method for an African Percussion Piece. Merriam Alan African Music on LP An Annotated Discography. African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography, Merriam Alan P 1981 African Musical Rhythm and Concepts of Time Reckoning in. Music East and West Essays in Honor of Walter Kauffman Thomas Noblitt. ed pp 123 142 New York Pendragon Press, Addresses unacknowledged assumptions regarding African. rhythms 1 equal pulse base 2 derived steady musical beat. 3 a basic organizing principle 4 starting points for rhythmic. groupings A section on Time from the Western Point of View. a linear perspective and how this affects our view of African. rhythm plus time from the African point of view including time. reckoning how whether people actually mark time as it passes. Useful in understanding contrasting the western and African. perceptions of time its passage and marking, 1958 African Music in Continuity and Change in African.
Cultures William R Bascom and Melville J Herskovitz ed Chicago University. of Chicago Press, An overview of the characteristics of the African musical system. Musical activity as an integral and functioning part of society Summary of. issues such as the standard pattern rhythm melody form and function. Useful as a generalized orientation to African music in its cultural context. and several musical aesthetic issues, Montfort Matthew 1985 Ch 1 West Africa in Ancient Traditions Future Possi. bilities Rhythmic Training Through the Traditions of Africa Bali and India. Mill Valley CA Panoramic Press, Detailed and highly instructive guide to executing African. rhythms Easy to understand notations of cross rhythms. hemiolas and methods for verbalizing and understanding. them Very useful for teaching African rhythms to oneself. or to a group, African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography. Nketia J H Kwabena 1962 The Problem of Meaning in African Music in. Ethnomusicology Vol 6 Ann Arbor The Society for Ethnomusicology. 1963 African Music in Ghana Evanston IL Northwestern University Press. A brief introduction 145 pages to the music of Ghana. Provides a broad yet fairly specific overview Includes chapters on. the organization of folk music and cultural context musical types. classifications recreational occasional incidental melody form. harmony rhythm Many detailed transcriptions melodic . African Rhythms and How they are Learned Annotated Bibliography Dan Kruse Fine Arts Studies Major 2004 Undergraduate Research Grant Recipient African Rhythms Learning Annotated Bibliography Page 2 Agawu V Kofi 2003 Representing African Music NY Routledge A provocative examination of the nature and substance of African music Much of the book is aimed at dispelling other authors

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