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by M. Sam Cronk,Franziska von Rosen,Beverley Diamond

Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: M. Sam Cronk,Franziska von Rosen,Beverley Diamond
ISBN: 0226144755
ISBN13: 978-0226144757
Language: English
Publisher: University of Chicago Press (April 15, 1995)
Pages: 240
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In: British Journal of Ethnomusicology, Vol. 4, pp. 168-169. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.

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From perspectives of intent, content, and representation, Visions of Sound: Musical Instruments in First Nations Communities in Northeastern America is an important and informative book.

collation, the book is organized into an exhaustive Acknowledgments (in keeping with First Nation protocol) si. As sources of metaphor-in both sound and image-instruments are interpreted within a framework that regards meaning as "emergent" and that challenges a number of previous ethnographic descriptions.

The most comprehensive study ever undertaken of the musical instruments of native people in Northeastern North America, Visions of Sound focuses on interpretations by elders and consultants from Iroquois, Wabanati, Innuat, and Anishnabek communities.

The most comprehensive study ever undertaken of the musical instruments of native people in Northeastern North America, Visions of Sound focuses on interpretations by elders and consultants from Iroquois, Wabanati, Innuat, and Anishnabek communities. Beverley Diamond, M. Sam Cronk, and Franziska von Rosen present these instruments in a theoretically innovative setting organized around such abstract themes as complementarity, twinness, and relationship. As sources of metaphor—in both sound and image—instruments are interpreted within a framework that regards meaning as "emergent" and that challenges a number of previous ethnographic descriptions. Finally, the association between sound and "motion"—an association that illuminates the unity of music and dance and the life cycles of individual musical instruments—is explored.Featuring over two hundred photographs of instruments, dialogues among the coauthors, numerous interviews with individual music makers, and an appended catalogue of over seven hundred instrument descriptions, this is an important book for all ethnomusicologists and students of Native American culture as well as general readers interested in Native American mythology and religious life.
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