Ethnomusicology: An Introduction/Ethnomusicology: Historical and Regional Studies by Helen Myers (ed). Carol Gee Zarbock The University of. Helen Myers. W.W. Norton QR code for Ethnomusicology: An introduction. Title, Ethnomusicology: An introduction. Volume 1 of Ethnomusicology, Helen Myers. This is intended as a general introduction to the subject. Contributors: John Blacking; Helen Myers; Anthony Seeger; Ter Ellingson; Stephen Blum; Richard.

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Description A guide to ethnomusicology dealing with the history, scope, theory and methodology of the discipline and the state of study around the world. Historical and regional introcuction Helen Myers Snippet view – Kelvin Grove Campus Library.


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