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Rethinking American Music ed. by Tara Browner and Thomas Riis (review)

Rethinking American Music ed. by Tara Browner and Thomas Riis (review) 524 American Music, Winter 2020 not only to recognize the racial constructs that infuse musical experience but also to ask how they came to be joined. This book provides a practical blueprint for such an inquiry and consequently merits a prominent place in American music curricula. Anthony Rasmussen Independent scholar NOTE 1. See Julian Gerstin, “Tangled Roots: Kalenda and Other Af Ne ric o- an Dances in the Circum- Caribbean,” New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West- Indische Gids 78, no. 1 (2004): 5–41; and Gerhard Kubik, “Analogies and Differences in African- American Musical Cultur es across the Hemisphere: Interpretive Models and Research Strategies,” Black Music Research Journal 18, no. 1 (1998): 203–27. Rethinking American Music. Edited by Tara Browner and Thomas Riis. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2019. ISBN 978- 0- 25208- 410- 2. Paper . Pp. 355. $35.00. In Rethinking American Music, Tara Browner and Thomas Riis set out to highlight the expanding field of scholarship on US music of the past thirty years, writing that the volume was “conceived as a series of commentaries or glosses about American music broadly understood and defined by [Richard] Crawford, [Gil - bert] Chase, [Charles] Hamm, [H. Wiley] Hitchcock, [Nadine] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Rethinking American Music ed. by Tara Browner and Thomas Riis (review)

American Music , Volume 38 (4) – Mar 2, 2021

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University of Illinois Press
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1945-2349

Abstract

524 American Music, Winter 2020 not only to recognize the racial constructs that infuse musical experience but also to ask how they came to be joined. This book provides a practical blueprint for such an inquiry and consequently merits a prominent place in American music curricula. Anthony Rasmussen Independent scholar NOTE 1. See Julian Gerstin, “Tangled Roots: Kalenda and Other Af Ne ric o- an Dances in the Circum- Caribbean,” New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West- Indische Gids 78, no. 1 (2004): 5–41; and Gerhard Kubik, “Analogies and Differences in African- American Musical Cultur es across the Hemisphere: Interpretive Models and Research Strategies,” Black Music Research Journal 18, no. 1 (1998): 203–27. Rethinking American Music. Edited by Tara Browner and Thomas Riis. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2019. ISBN 978- 0- 25208- 410- 2. Paper . Pp. 355. $35.00. In Rethinking American Music, Tara Browner and Thomas Riis set out to highlight the expanding field of scholarship on US music of the past thirty years, writing that the volume was “conceived as a series of commentaries or glosses about American music broadly understood and defined by [Richard] Crawford, [Gil - bert] Chase, [Charles] Hamm, [H. Wiley] Hitchcock, [Nadine]

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American MusicUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Mar 2, 2021

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