Softcover, Los Angeles: International Council for Traditional Music, 2002. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear including some curling. Contents: Medeiros, Oral Tradition and Brazilian Popular Music. Impey, Culture, Conservation and Community Reconstruction: Explorations in Advocacy Ethnomusicology and Participatory Action Research in Northern Kwazulu Natal. Rice, Bulgaria or Chalgaria: The Attenuation of Bulgarian Nationalism in a Mass-Mediated Popular Music. García, Making Culture Coherent: Nomadism, "Open Agenda" and Music in Wichi Society. Barendregt and van Zanten, Popular Music in Indonesia since 1988, in Particular Fusion, Indie and Islamic Music on Video Compact Discs and the Internet. Lucas, Musical Rituals of Afro-Brazilian Religious Groups within the Ceremonies of Congado. Thram, Therapeutic Efficacy of Music-Making: Neglected Aspect of Human Experience Integral to Performance Process. Soon, Chinese Street Opera Performance and the Shaping of Cultural Aesthetics in Contemporary Singapore. Fernando-Marandola, New Perspectives on Interactive Field Experiments. Seeger, A Tropical Meditation on Comparison in Ethnomusicology: A Metaphoric Knife, a Real Banana, and an Edible Demonstration. ; 9.0" tall; 227 pages.