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Indigenous religious musics

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Burlington, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church music,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Music -- History and criticism,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Religion

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Karen Ralls-Macleod and Graham Harvey.
    Series[SOAS musicology series], SOAS musicology series.
    ContributionsHarvey, Graham., Ralls, Karen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML2900 .I53 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6802007M
    ISBN 100754602494
    LC Control Number00135320
    OCLC/WorldCa45326751

    Indigenous definitions of religion (e.g. the late Maori scholar, Te Pakaka Tawhai’s statement that the “purpose of religious activity is doing violence with impunity”) play a vital role in my argument for a new definition of and approach to religion in Food, Sex and Strangers: Understanding Religion . The value of indigenous music in the life and minhtry of the church: The United Church in the Duke of York Islands. Article in Musicology Australia 24(1) November with 2 Reads.

    The Confucian Sacrificial Ceremony, the Choctaw ball game, the "drum history" of the Dagbamba, the chanting of the Qur'an--these are some of the topics addressed in this collection of essays by eminent musicologists, anthropologists, historians, and religionists as they consider the intersection of musics and religions in different world cultures. Armitage, P. () ‘ Religious ideology among the Innu of Eastern Quebec and Labrador ’, Religiologiques, 6: 64 – Audet, V. () ‘ Why do Innu sing popular music?: Reflections about a musical movement of identity and cultural assertion ’, in A. Hoefnagels and B. Diamond (eds.), Aboriginal Music in Contemporary Canada: Echoes Author: Beverley Diamond.

    Full text of "James L. Cox From Primitive To Indigenous Vitality Of Indigenous Religions Series" See other formats. Daniel Ramírez joined Claremont Graduate University’s Religion Department in July His research interests lie primarily in American religious history and Latin American religious history both within and outside the United States. Ramírez has taught a vast range of courses within these broad fields, including American Evangelicalisms and Fundamentalisms; Religion, Migration, and.


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