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Tikopia Songs by Raymond William Firth, Firth Raymond. Показать все 2 объявления с новыми товарами. The book provides about 100 examples in text and in translation, discusses the relationship of the songs to the social life of the people, and includes an analysis of the structure of their music by Mervyn McClean, a noted musicologist.

The book provides about 100 examples in text and in translation, discusses the relationship of the songs to the social life of the people, and includes an analysis of the structure of their music by Mervyn McClean, a noted musicologist.

Cambridge Core - Ethnomusicology - Tikopia Songs - by Raymond Firth. Series: Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture (20). This book is about the songs of a Western Pacific people, the Tikopia, who not so long ago lived entirely on a small remote island of the Solomons. Recommend to librarian. Their songs vary from lively dance chants to mournful funeral laments. All are novel to western ears. The book provides about 100 examples, in text and translation. It also discusses the relation of the songs to the social life of the people, and it includes an analysis of the structure of their music, by Mervyn McLean, a noted musicologist.

Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture. White River, Honiara. Library descriptions. Original publication date. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Traditional Melanesian music in Solomon Islands includes both group and solo vocals, slit-drum and panpipe ensembles . Firth, Raymond and Mervyn McLean (1991). Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People in the Solomon Islands. Cambridge University Press.

Traditional Melanesian music in Solomon Islands includes both group and solo vocals, slit-drum and panpipe ensembles Popular music. In the 1920s bamboo music gained a following in several countries.

9780521032056 Our cheapest price for Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the is. .Sir Raymond Firth is one of the most distinguished British anthropologists, and one internationally acclaimed.

Sir Raymond Firth is one of the most distinguished British anthropologists, and one internationally acclaimed.

Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the Solomon Islands. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990. The revolutionary transformation of British society entailed not only changes in political power and economic pro-duction, but also in the family, education, art, culture, and other social institutions.

Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the Solomon Islands (Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture) by Mervyn McLean English Feb 22, 1991 . Sir Raymond Firth is the most.

Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the Solomon Islands (Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture) by Mervyn McLean English Feb 22, 1991 ISBN: 0521391296 328 Pages PDF 15 MB. Sir Raymond Firth is the mos. ikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the Solomon Islands. 9 April 2015 ·. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture by Ron Pinhasi, Jay T. Stock English 2011 ISBN: 0470747307 500 pages PDF . 5 MB. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture.

Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Series: Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture (Book 12). Paperback: 232 pages. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. Sold by ThriftBooks - Yankee Clipper.

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