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Recent Publications by ICTM Members


Ziegler, Susanne, Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music


Historical Sources and Source Criticism

Edited by Susanne Ziegler

This volume includes articles presented at the 17th meeting of the ICTM Study Group on Historical Sources of Traditional Music, held in Stockholm in May 2008.

The book is divided into seven chapters: History of Ethnomusicology, Unknown Historical Sources, Tracing National Musical Idioms, Historical Sound Recordings Revisited - Musical Change, Historical Layers of Folk Music, Folk Song Collections and Source Criticism, Writings on Music.

* Svenskt visarkiv, 2010.

* Paperback, 320 pages, photos, musical notes.

* ISBN: 978-91-977013-7-2

* Price: EUR 18,00.

* Copies can be ordered from info@visarkiv.se

Musikalien des Überganges

Edited by Ursula Hemetek, Evelyn Fink-Mennel and Rudolf Pietsch

The focus of this book is music and transition in very diverse contexts, because this seems to be one of the constant topics in the scholarly life of Gerlinde Haid (longstanding member of the ICTM and well known to most as the chair of the local arrangements committee of the ICTM World Conference 2007 in Vienna) as well as a major interest to our discipline. Among the authors are many members of the ICTM, like Ardian Ahmedaja, Philip Bohlman, Oskar Elschek, Alica Elschekova and Svanibor Pettan.

* Vienna, Böhlau, 2011.

* Hardback, 373 pages, 119 pictures and music examples, DVD included.

* ISBN 978-91-977013-7-2

* Price: EUR 39,00.

* Available via Böhlau or our institute.

Cuerpos Plurales. Antropología de y desde los cuerpos

Edited by Silvia Citro

Memories of the "old" aboriginal dances. An approach to the performances of the Chaco Toba and Mocoví. …

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