Africa (Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Volume 1) by Ruth M. Stone

By Ruth M. Stone

Explores key issues in African track that experience emerged in contemporary years-a topic frequently overlooked in country-by-country coverage
emphasizes the contexts of musical performance-unlike experiences that supply static interpretations remoted from different appearing traditions
presents the clean insights and analyses of musicologists and anthropologists of various nationwide origins-African, Asian, ecu, and American
Charts the movement and impact of musicThe Encyclopedia also charts the musical interchanges that the circulate of individuals and concepts around the continent, together with:
cross-regional musical impacts all through Africa
* Islam and its influence on African song
* unfold of guitar track
* Kru mariners of Liberia
* Latin American affects on African song
* musical interchanges in neighborhood contexts
* crossovers among well known and standard practices. Audio CD integrated.

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M48 Cinnabar HgS, trigonal crystals with a twin crystal, from Tongren and Dayan in Guizhou province in China. The name was possibly taken from an old Persian word for dragon blood. Color Plates M49 Corundum Al2O3. Bot- tom left specimen from Madras in India with the hexagonal crystal form, typical for corundum. Besides a specimen of ruby, which is corundum, red colored by chromium. From Froland in Norway and Roland Eriksson’s collection. M50 Coal and graphite C. The coal to the left is from the Langenbrahm mine in Westfalen in Germany, the hexagonal crystallizing platelike graphite from Sri Lanka.

Tetragonal crystals and quartz. From Schlaggenwald in Bohemia, the Czech Republic. LXIII LXIV Color Plates M70 Galena, lead glance PbS, cubic crystals. From Continental Mine, Picher, in Oklahoma, USA. M71 Realgar and orpiment. Monoclinic crystals of realgar AsS, and the golden yellow orpiment As2S3. From the Getchell Mine, Humboldt County, Nevada, USA. M72 Stibnite, antimony glance, Sb2S3, orthorhombic crystals, black shining, like a spear (Latin stibnium), and crystals of quartz. Collected by Kay Sund in the 200 meters level in the Baia Mare mine in Romania.

Rebro, June 2004 Per Enghag Color Plates Encyclopedia of the Elements. A. M2 Gold Au on mylonitic rock, from ETC’s gold mine Sheba, Barberton, South Africa. From the collection of Rob H. Hellingwerf. M3 Gold-silver alloy, electrum Au-Ag from the copper mine in Falun. The sample is from the 350 m level. XLI XLII Color Plates M4 Silver Ag from North Ltd, Zinkgruvan Mine in central Sweden. The silver has been precipitated on a fracture in a working stope on the 190 m level. M5 Malachite and azurite.

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