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eBook Northern Haida Songs (Studies in the Anthropology of North Ame) ePub

by Wendy Bross Stuart,John Enrico

  • ISBN: 0803218168
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Wendy Bross Stuart,John Enrico
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (May 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 519
  • ePub book: 1429 kb
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Northern Haida Songs book. Northern Haida Songs (Studies in the Anthropology of North Ame).

Northern Haida Songs book. 0803218168 (ISBN13: 9780803218161).

Describes the musical culture of the Northern Haida Indians, who speak two related dialects. One dialect group lives on Graham Island, British Columbia, the other on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.

Myths and Traditions of the Arikara Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Elizabeth A. Edwards (a1).

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Northern Haida Songs. The field work for this study was conducted by Enrico over the past two decades and it is his linguistic perspective which is dominant in the study. By Diamond, Beverley. Stuart has become primarily a scholar of Japanese music since an early 1970s study of Coast Salish music.

Hardcover: 1387 pages.

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Planning for the handbook series began in the late 1960s and work was initiated following a special congressional appropriation in fiscal year 1971. To date, 15 volumes have been published

Enrico, John James, and Wendy B. Stuart. for the Section of Anthropology, Department of the Social Sciences, Yale University by the Yale University Press, 1936

Enrico, John James, and Wendy B. Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1996. Call number: CMC BIBLIO GEN ML 3563 E57 1996. for the Section of Anthropology, Department of the Social Sciences, Yale University by the Yale University Press, 1936. Call number: CMC BIBLIO GEN GN 2 Y32 n. Fire in the Raven’s Nest: The Haida of British Columbia. Toronto: New Press, 1973. Call number: CMC BIBLIO GEN E99 H2 N48 1973.

This book describes the musical culture of the Northern Haida Indians, who speak two closely related dialects. One dialect group lives on Graham Island, British Columbia, the other on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. The recordings on which the book is based were compiled over a period of more than a decade from a wide variety of historical and contemporary sources. Representing the entire range of the Haida musical tradition—a tradition that nearly died out and is currently being revived—this volume documents its changes over more than a century.

Part 1 is a lengthy ethnographic description of musical genres that situates Haida music in the context of the Northwest Coast. Part 2 presents 128 songs, fully transcribed and analyzed and representing some twenty types, ranging from traditional genres such as peace-making and mourning songs to songs of personal expression composed during the modern period. Part 3 is a detailed musical and linguistic analysis of the songs presented in the second part. The integration of descriptions of these two facets of song—music and language—is the particular goal of the book. The volume is a substantive contribution to the ethnomusicology of native North America and will be of special interest to scholars concerned with vocables in Native American music.