Julie C. Dunbar, Women, Music, Culture: An Introduction, Routledge, New York – London, 2011, pp. XIX+379
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Julie Dunbar, the author of a recent publication about musicology and gender studies, is a lecturer and an orchestra conductor at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. Her textbook, presently taken under consideration, is aimed at students, primarily those interested in the position and role of woman in the history of Western music, popular music, and various folklore musical cultures, i.e. in the general aspects of music creation, performance, listening and education. The title subject is increasingly topical in contemporary (ethno)musicological works, and so is this review motivated by monitoring topical issues in the discipline...
Keywords:ethnomusicology / education / performance
Source:New Sound 42, 2014, 200–204
- Belgrade : Faculty of Music
- Serbian musical identities within local and global frameworks: traditions, changes, challenges (RS-177004)
- The paper was written as a part of the project “Identiteti srpske muzike od lokalnih do globalnih okvira: tradicije, promene, izazovi” “Serbian Musical Identities within Local and Global Frameworks: Traditions, Changes, Challenges” (ON 177004), funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Techno- logical Development of the Republic of Serbia.