Global Pop : World Music, World Markets

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Global Pop : World Music, World Markets

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 271 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415918725
  • DDC分類 781.6309


From the Tibetan Buddhist and Native American influences in the music of Pauline Oliveros to the arresting blend of Jamaican dancehall, rap, and bhangra of Apache Indians, this groundbreaking work examines the rise of 'world music' and 'world beat'.

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Global Pop examines the rise of "world musics" and "world beat", and some of the musicians associated with these recent genres such as Peter Gabriel, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Johnny Clegg. Drawing on a wide range of sources - academic, popular, cyber, interviews, and the music itself - Global Pop charts an accessible path through many of the issues and contradictions surrounding the contemporary movement of people and musics worldwide. Global Pop examines the range of discourses employed in and around world music, demonstrating how the central concept of authenticity is wielded by musicians, fans, and other listeners, and looks at some of these musics in detail, examining ways they are caught up in forms of domination and resistance. The book also explores how some cross-cultural collaborations may fashion new musics and identities through innovative combinations of sounds and styles.

Table of Contents

        Lists of Tables, Figures, and Music        xi  (2)
Acknowledgments xiii(2)
Introduction xv
1 Popular Musics and Globalization 1 (38)
Hasn't World Music Been Around for
Thousands of Years?
Welcome to the Market
World Musicians
World Music Listeners
The Discourses of World Music
2 "Nothin' but the Same Old Story": Old 39 (30)
Hegemonies, New Musics
Peter Gabriel: Us
The Work of Art in an Era of Minimal
Kronos Quartet: Pieces of Africa
3 Strategies of Resistance 69 (30)
Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Two Worlds One
Rhoma Irama: "Qur'an dan Koran"
Djur Djura: Women of the (Third) World,
4 A Music of One's Own 99 (26)
Pauline Oliveros
D'C koo: Umoja
5 Strategic Inauthenticity 125 (22)
Youssou N'Dour: "A Modern Griot"
Ang駘ique Kidjo: "Let's Create A Better
Whose Authenticity?
6 Anglo-Asian Self-Fashioning 147 (26)
Sheila Chandra: "From Me You've Stolen East
and West"
Apache Indian's No Reservations: "A Very
British Sound"
Bhangra in the U.S.
7 Toward a More Perfect Union: 173 (24)
Cross-Cultural Collaborations
Johnny Clegg, Sipho Mchunu, and Juluka
The SongCatchers: "History 101"
Zap Mama: The Sound of Channel Surfing
8 Conclusions: We Are the World, and the 197 (10)
World Is Us
Binaries? Yes/No
Whose Hybridity?
The "Global Postmodern"
Appendices 207 (26)
Appendix 1: Billboard World Music Charts,
Arranged Chronologically
Appendix 2: History of the Folk, Ethnic, and
World Music Grammy Awards
Appendix 3: "D all Og"
References 233 (26)
Musical Scores
Unpublished Materials
Internet Sites
Internet Newsgroups
Publications/Interviews/Materials Available
only on the Internet
Books and Articles
Permissions 259 (2)
Index 261