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Theory and Practice in the Music of the Islamic World

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This volume of original essays is dedicated to Owen Wright in recognition of his formative contribution to the study of music in t... Lire la suite
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Résumé
This volume of original essays is dedicated to Owen Wright in recognition of his formative contribution to the study of music in the Islamic Middle East. Wright's work, which comprises, at the time of writing, six field-defining volumes and countless articles, has reconfigured the relationship between historical musicology and ethnomusicology. No account of the transformation of these fields in recent years can afford to ignore his work. Ranging across the Middle East, Central Asia and North India, this volume brings together historical, philological and ethnographic approaches. The contributors focus on collections of musical notation and song texts, on commercial and ethnographic recordings, on travellers' reports and descriptions of instruments, on musical institutions and other spaces of musical performance. An introduction provides an overview and critical discussion of Wright's major publications. The central chapters cover the geographical regions and historical periods addressed in Wright's publications, with particular emphasis on Ottoman and Timurid legacies. Others discuss music in Greece, Iraq and Iran. Each explores historical continuities and discontinuities, and the constantly changing relationships between music theory and practice. An edited interview with Owen Wright concludes the book and provides a personal assessment of his scholarship and his approach to the history of the music of the Islamic Middle East. Extending the implications of Wright's own work, this volume argues for an ethnomusicology of the Islamic Middle East in which past and present, text and performance are systematically in dialogue.

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Introduction - Tuning the Past: The Work of Owen Wright Martin Stokes Part I: Ottoman Legacies 1 New Light on Cantemir Eckhard Neubauer 2 Towards a New Theory of Historical Change in the Ottoman Instrumental Repertoire Jacob Olley 3 Not Just Any Usul: Semai In Pre-Nineteenth-Century Performance Practice Mehmet Uur Ekinci 4 Itri's 'Nühüft Sakil' in the Context of Sakil Perevs in the Seventeenth Century Walter Feldman 5 Giambattista Toderini and the 'Musica Turchesca' Giovanni De Zorzi 6 At the House of Kemal: Private musical gatherings of Istanbul from the late Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic Panagiotis C. Poulos 7 Kâr- Nev: Elongation and Elaboration in Recordings of a Turkish Classic John O'Connell 8 Measuring intervals between European and 'Eastern' musics in the 1920s: The curious case of the panharmonion or 'Greek organ' Eleni Kallimopoulou Part II: Historical and theoretical themes in the music of the Islamic world 9 "Words Without Songs": The social history of Hindustani song collections in India's Muslim courts c.17701830 Katherine Butler Schofield 10 The music of the Timurids and its legacy in Afghanistan John Baily 11 Theory and practice in contemporary Central Asian maqm traditions: the Uyghur On Ikki Muqam and the Kashmiri Sfyna Musq Rachel Harris 12 The Terminology of Vocal Performance in Iranian Khorasan Stephen Blum 13 Whispering to God: Monjt in Khorasan Ameneh Youssefzadeh 14 Between Formal Structure and Performance Practice: On the Baghdadi Secular Cycles Scheherezade Hassan 15 Al-Farabi's Qanun: A Re-Exposition of Ptolemy's Kanon as a Didactic Instrument for the Tone System George Sawa Postlude - Conversation with Owen Wright Rachel Harris Owen Wright: Full Bibliography Glossary

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Titre: Theory and Practice in the Music of the Islamic World
Sous-titre: Essays in Honour of Owen Wright
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9781138218314
ISBN: 978-1-138-21831-4
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Musique
nombre de pages: 360
Poids: 662g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm
Année: 2017