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eBook Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church ePub

by Barbara Rose Lange

  • ISBN: 019513723X
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Barbara Rose Lange
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (December 12, 2002)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1670 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1685 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 252

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Barbara Rose Lange is Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at Moores School of Music, University of Houston. Combining in-depth musical analysis with personal experience and scholarly ethnography, Barbara Rose Lange's Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church explores Romani or Gypsy music with an ear towards sprirtual meaning and music's profound social context in such a way that the general reader will be satisfied, and the specialist overjoyed.

Home Browse Books Book details, Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian. In one Pentecostal church in Pecs, Hungary, however, both Hungarians and Roma (Gypsies) worshipped and made music together

Home Browse Books Book details, Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian. Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church. By Barbara Rose Lange. In one Pentecostal church in Pecs, Hungary, however, both Hungarians and Roma (Gypsies) worshipped and made music together. Three musical repertoires coexisted, each with a separate historical background and complex social meanings: Romani religious song; nineteenth-century gospel hymns originally from the United States; and contemporary Christian pop from the United States.

The book begins with an analysis of how a Pentecostal congregation in Hungary functions autonomously and .

The book begins with an analysis of how a Pentecostal congregation in Hungary functions autonomously and distinctly from the majority church. As the author points out in the very beginning, the main religion in Hungary is Catholicism, while Pentecostalism has held a marginal status, especially during the Socialist period. The latter is, moreover, presented as distinguishable from other Pentecostal churches in Hungary, a uniqueness especially brought about by the relative ease with which Roma members appear to have been integrated within it.

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Landela ukufunda ngokungaxhunyiwe ku-inthanethi, gqamisa, bekisa noma thatha amanothi ngenkathi ufunda i-Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church. Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church is a musical ethnography of a religious community. After the end of socialism, different ethnic groups in Hungary harbored antagonism toward one another.

Lists Forum Books Performance Data new. Ephemera Libretto Instruments. New List New Article New Book New Video New Post New Score new. Home Journals Ethnomusicology 2009 Vol. 53 No. 2. Barbara Rose Lange, Holy Brotherhood. Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church. I. Kertesz-Wilkinson. Kertesz-Wilkinson, I. (2009) Barbara Rose Lange, Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church. In: Ethnomusicology, Vol. 53, No. 2, pp. 332-335.

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Romani music in a Hungarian Pentecostal church. by Barbara Rose Lange Hungary, Pécs, United States. Published 2003 by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York. Ethnic relations, History, History and criticism, Hungary, Hymns, Isten Gyülekezet (Pécs, Hungary), Music, Pentecostals, Religion, Romanies. Hungary, Pécs, United States. Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-198) and index. Challenging the idea of Eastern Europe as an isolated haven for folk culture, this is the first book to look at the musical results of conversions that Romani (Gypsy) people are making worldwide to the Pentecostal religion. Centering on a group of congregations in Hungary, Barbara Rose Lange details how a unique genre of Gypsy gospel music has developed, and how it coexists with music promoted by missionaries past and present.

Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church is a musical ethnography of a religious community. After the end of socialism, different ethnic groups in Hungary harbored antagonism toward one another. In one Pentecostal church in Pecs, Hungary, however, both Hungarians and Roma (Gypsies) worshipped and made music together. Three musical repertoires coexisted, each with a separate historical background and complex social meanings: Romani religious song; nineteenth-century gospel hymns originally from the United States; and contemporary Christian pop from the United States. Church members accommodated cultural and musical differences by developing several distinct performance styles.

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Akir Akir
Nice and complex. Serious work by an intelligent writer and educator.
Yggfyn Yggfyn
Combining in-depth musical analysis with personal experience and scholarly ethnography, Barbara Rose Lange's _Holy Brotherhood: Romani Music in a Hungarian Pentecostal Church_ explores Romani or Gypsy music with an ear towards sprirtual meaning and music's profound social context in such a way that the general reader will be satisfied, and the specialist overjoyed. Forsaking jargon for direct reportage of interviews and musical experiences, Lange focuses on actual performance, providing precise translation of songs, practices, rituals--this is a book for the living. The result not only adds insight to outsider interpretations of Gypsy culture, but explicates music's relationship to religion, and Romani or Gypsy culture to the world at large. Delightful.