MANDE MUSIC ERIC CHARRY PDF
Mande music: traditional and modern music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa. Responsibility: Eric Charry. Imprint: Chicago: University of. Eric Charry, Mande Music: Traditional and Modern Music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa; Banning Eyre, In Griot Time: An American Guitarist in. Mande Music: Traditional and Modern Music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa. pages, 48 plates, 36 musical examples, 8 maps. Chicago.
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Charry’s use of numerous historical sources, both written and oral, is exhaustive. SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries.
Mande Music by Charry, Eric
With its maps, illustrations and musical transcriptions, as well as an exhaustive bibliography, discography and videography, this book is useful reading for those seeking an in-depth look at one of the most exciting, innovative and deep-rooted phenomena on the world music scene.
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Open to the public Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Using resources as disparate as early Arabic travel accounts, oral histories and archival research as well as his own extensive music lessons and interviews, Charry traces this music culture from its origins in the 13th-century Mali empire to the recording studios of Paris and New York.
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Saying Something Ingrid Monson. Using resources as disparate as early Arabic travel accounts, oral histories, and archival research as well as his own extensive studies in Mali, Guinea, Senegal, Noteworthy is Charry’s discussion of musical instruments.
Contents Transcription Guide and Rhythm Concepts 1. Music as Social Life Thomas Turino. Although Charry includes some discussion of his own fieldwork experience in chapter 7, the book as a whole tends to focus on instruments and history, lacking some of the personal depth that helps to bring musical ethnographies to life.
This book is especially significant because of its historical emphasis. Musoc is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. The book might have benefited from more discussion of Mande musicians themselves, as people and as individual personalities.
He focuses on the four major spheres of Mande music—hunter’s music, music of the jelis or griots, jembe and other drumming, and guitar-based modern music—exploring how each evolved, the types of instruments used, the major artists, and how each sphere relates to the others. Traditional and Modern Music mamde the Maninka and Mandinka of Chapter 6 is a discussion of Mande musical terminology, and in chapter 7, Charry offers a personal view of his fieldwork experience and related issues.
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Author Charry, Eric S. Looking for beautiful books? Juju Christopher Alan Waterman. Check copyright status Cite this Title Mande music: Queensland University of Technology. Related resource Table of contents only at http: Separate different tags with cnarry comma. This book explains the social and cultural context of Mande music with simplicity and authority. Drumming related to life-cycle, dharry, and recreational events is the focus of chapter 4, in which the jembe, dundun, and tangtango traditions are explored.
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