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The Oxford handbook of music revival / edited by Caroline Bithell and Juniper Hill.

Contributor(s): Bithell, Caroline, 1957- [editor.] | Hill, Juniper [editor.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2014]Description: xi, 701 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199765034; 0199765030.Subject(s): Music -- History and criticism
Contents:
Towards multiple theories of music revival. An introduction to music revival as concept, cultural process, and medium of change / Juniper Hill and Caroline Bithell ; Traditional music, heritage music / Owe Ronström ; An expanded theory for revivals as cosmopolitan participatory music making / Tamara Livingston -- Scholars and collectors as revival agents. Antiquarian nostalgia and the institutionalization of early music / John Haines ; A folklorist's exploration of the revival metaphor / Neil V. Rosenberg ; A participant-documentarian in the American instrumental folk music revival / Alan Jabbour -- Intangible cultural heritage, preservation, and policy. Reviving Korean identity through intangible cultural heritage / Keith Howard ; Music revival, ca trù ontologies, and intangible cultural heritage in Vietnam / Barley Norton ; The Hungarian dance house movement and revival of Transylvanian string band music / Colin Quigley -- National renaissance and postcolonial futures. National purity and postcolonial hybridity in India's kathak dance revival / Margaret E. Walker ; Choreographic revival, elite nationalism, and postcolonial appropriation in Senegal / Hélène Neveu Kringelbach ; Revived musical practices within Uzbekistan's evolving national project / Tanya Merchant ; Two revivalist moments in Iranian classical music / Laudan Nooshin ; Reclaiming Choctaw and Chicksaw cultural identity through music revival / Victoria Lindsay Levine -- Recovery from war, disaster, and cultural devastation. Revivalist articulations of traditional music in war and postwar Croatia / Naila Ceribašić ; Cultural rescue and musical revival among the Nicaraguan Garifuna / Annemarie Gallaugher ; Toward a methodology for research into the revival of musical life after war, natural disaster, bans on all music, or neglect / Margaret Kartomi -- Innovations and transformations. Innovation and cultural activism through the reimagined pasts of Finnish music revivals / Juniper Hill ; Revival currents and innovation on the path from protest bossa to tropicália / Denise Milstein ; Bending or breaking the Native American flute tradition? / Paula J. Conlon ; Toward an application of globalization paradigms to modern folk music revivals / Britta Sweers -- Festivals, marketing, and media. Contemporary English folk music and the folk industry / Simon Keegan-Phipps and Trish Winter ; Ivana Kupala (St. John's Eve) revivals as metaphors of sexual morality, fertility, and contemporary Ukrainian femininity / Adriana Helbig ; Trailing images and culture branding in post-Renaissance Hawai'i / Jane Freeman Moulin ; Grassroots revitalization of North American and Western European instrumental music traditions from fiddlers associations to cyberspace / Richard Blaustein -- Diaspora and the global village : Georgian polyphony and its journeys from national revival to global heritage / Caroline Bithell ; Irish music revivals through generations of diaspora / Sean Williams ; Reviving the reluctant art of Iranian dance in Iran and in the American diaspora / Anthony Shay ; Musical remembrance, exile, and the remaking of South African jazz (1960-1979) / Carol Ann Muller ; Re-flections / Mark Slobin.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Towards multiple theories of music revival. An introduction to music revival as concept, cultural process, and medium of change / Juniper Hill and Caroline Bithell ; Traditional music, heritage music / Owe Ronström ; An expanded theory for revivals as cosmopolitan participatory music making / Tamara Livingston -- Scholars and collectors as revival agents. Antiquarian nostalgia and the institutionalization of early music / John Haines ; A folklorist's exploration of the revival metaphor / Neil V. Rosenberg ; A participant-documentarian in the American instrumental folk music revival / Alan Jabbour -- Intangible cultural heritage, preservation, and policy. Reviving Korean identity through intangible cultural heritage / Keith Howard ; Music revival, ca trù ontologies, and intangible cultural heritage in Vietnam / Barley Norton ; The Hungarian dance house movement and revival of Transylvanian string band music / Colin Quigley -- National renaissance and postcolonial futures. National purity and postcolonial hybridity in India's kathak dance revival / Margaret E. Walker ; Choreographic revival, elite nationalism, and postcolonial appropriation in Senegal / Hélène Neveu Kringelbach ; Revived musical practices within Uzbekistan's evolving national project / Tanya Merchant ; Two revivalist moments in Iranian classical music / Laudan Nooshin ; Reclaiming Choctaw and Chicksaw cultural identity through music revival / Victoria Lindsay Levine -- Recovery from war, disaster, and cultural devastation. Revivalist articulations of traditional music in war and postwar Croatia / Naila Ceribašić ; Cultural rescue and musical revival among the Nicaraguan Garifuna / Annemarie Gallaugher ; Toward a methodology for research into the revival of musical life after war, natural disaster, bans on all music, or neglect / Margaret Kartomi -- Innovations and transformations. Innovation and cultural activism through the reimagined pasts of Finnish music revivals / Juniper Hill ; Revival currents and innovation on the path from protest bossa to tropicália / Denise Milstein ; Bending or breaking the Native American flute tradition? / Paula J. Conlon ; Toward an application of globalization paradigms to modern folk music revivals / Britta Sweers -- Festivals, marketing, and media. Contemporary English folk music and the folk industry / Simon Keegan-Phipps and Trish Winter ; Ivana Kupala (St. John's Eve) revivals as metaphors of sexual morality, fertility, and contemporary Ukrainian femininity / Adriana Helbig ; Trailing images and culture branding in post-Renaissance Hawai'i / Jane Freeman Moulin ; Grassroots revitalization of North American and Western European instrumental music traditions from fiddlers associations to cyberspace / Richard Blaustein -- Diaspora and the global village : Georgian polyphony and its journeys from national revival to global heritage / Caroline Bithell ; Irish music revivals through generations of diaspora / Sean Williams ; Reviving the reluctant art of Iranian dance in Iran and in the American diaspora / Anthony Shay ; Musical remembrance, exile, and the remaking of South African jazz (1960-1979) / Carol Ann Muller ; Re-flections / Mark Slobin.

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