Music and Sustainability

the world of music Vol. 51(1) - 2009

Guest Editor: Jeff Todd Titon



Jeff Todd Titon: Economy, Ecology, and Music: An Introduction
Mark F. DeWitt: Louisiana Creole Bals de maison in California and the Accumulation of Social Capital
Tom Faux: Don Roy, Fiddle Music, and Social Sustenance in Franco New England
Lois Wilcken: "Pay for Play": The Redistribution of Payola for Music Diversity in New York State and Its Implications for Sustainability in Music
Janet Topp Fargion: "For My Own Research Purposes"?: Examining Ethnomusicology Field Methods for a Sustainable Music
Thomas Turino: Four Fields of Music Making and Sustainable Living
Jeff Todd Titon: Music and Sustainability: An Ecological Viewpoint

Book Reviews (Helena Simonett, ed.)
David Harnish: Sarah Weiss, Listening to an Earlier Java: Aesthetics, Gender, and the Music of Wayang in Central Java
Josko Caleta: Mirjana Lausevic, Balkan Fascination: Creating an Alternative Music Culture in America
Arnd Adje Both: Ellen Hickmann, Klänge Altamerikas: Musikinstrumente in Kunst und Kultk
Helena Simonett: Helmut Brenner, Marimbas in Lateinamerika
Barbara Alge: Herom Vargas, Hibridismos Musicais de Chico Science and Nacao Zumbi
Lorna McDaniel: Rebecca S. Miller, Carriacou String Band Serenade: Performing Identity in the Eastern Caribbean
Susana Asensio Llamas: Alejandro L. Madrid, Nor-tec Rifa! Electronic Dance Music from Tijuana to the World
Akosua Obuo Addo: Meki Nzewi, A Contemporary Study of Musical Arts: Informed by African Indigenous Knowledge Systems

Recording Reviews (Dan Bendrups, ed.)
Jared Mackley-Crump: The Whitchurch Hornpipe. Hampshire, UK: WildGoose Records WGS350CD (2008)
Dan Bendrups: Hampshire Dance Tunes: Country Dance Tunes from the Pyle Family Manuscript 1822. Hampshire, UK: WildGoose Records WGS325CD (2006)


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