Women and music in cross-cultural perspective / edited by Ellen Koskoff.
Contributor(s): Koskoff, Ellen.Material type: TextPublisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1987Edition: Illini books ed.Description: xiii, 262 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0252060571 (alk. paper); 9780252060571 ; 031324314X.Subject(s): Women musicians | Folk music -- History and criticismDDC classification: 780.88042 Online resources: WorldCat details
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Reprint. Originally published: New York : Greenwood Press, 1987. Orinally published in series: Contributions in women's studies, no. 79.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents An introduction to women, music, and culture / Ellen Koskoff --
From singing to lamenting: women's musical role in a Greek village / Susan Auerbach --
Balkan women as preservers of traditional music and culture / Patricia K. Shehan --
"Ya Salio' de la Mar": Judeo-Spanish wedding songs among Moroccan Jews in Canada / Judith R. Cohen --
A sociohistorical perspective on Tunisian women as professional musicians / L. JaFran Jones --
Hazara women in Afghanistan: innovators and preservers of a musical tradition / Hiromi Lorraine Sakata --
Professional women in Indian music: the death of the courtesan tradition / Jennifer Post --
Identity and individuality in an ensemble tradition: the female vocalist in Java / R. Anderson Sutton --
Inversion and conjuncture: male and female performance among the Temiar of penninsular Malaysia / Marina Roseman --
Female Tayū in the Gidayū narrative tradition of Japan / A. Kimi Coaldrake --
Musical expression and gender indentity in the myth and ritual of the Kalapalo of Central Brazil / Ellen B. Basso --
The joyful sound: women in the nineteenth-century United States hymnody tradition / Esther Rothenbusch --
Close harmony: early Jazz styles in the music of the New Orleans Boswell Sisters / Jane Hassinger --
An investigation into women-identified music in the United States / Karen E. Petersen --
The sound of a woman's voice: gender and music in a New York Hasidic community / Ellen Koskoff --
Power and gender in the musical experiences of women / Carol E. Robertson.