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Ethnicity, Identity and Music: The Musical Construction of Place Paperback – May 1 1997

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All [the individual essays] have important contributions to make, and are jammed full of engaging refrains, dynamic and resonant points, arranged with skill and attention to harmony in the composition and orchestration of a sustained debate. There is no question that the book is an accomplished result from a series of seminars. (Anthropological Notebooks)

A very rich array of concrete problems [...] Martin Stokes does a marvellous job of integrating the essays and of showing how each does its part to develop social theory by considering knots of local and global experience. [...] This collection promises a fresh breeze and new initiative for ethnomusicology, and perhaps a bit of humour as well in the form of internal discrepancies and divergent points of view. (MAN)

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Martin Stokes University of Chicago

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