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Music autoethnographies : making autoethnography sing : making music personal / editors Brydie-Leigh Bartleet and Carolyn Ellis.

Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh (Added Author). Ellis, Carolyn. (Added Author).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Valencia Main Library H62.M87 2009 37684001091368 Valencia Stacks Copy hold / Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781921513404
  • ISBN: 1921513403
  • Physical Description: xiii, 273 p. ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Bowen Hills, Qld. : Australian Academic Press, 2009.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction: Making autoethnography sing -- Making music personal / Brydie-Leigh Bartleet and Carolyn Ellis -- SECTION ONE. Composing and Improvising: Chapter 1: Songwriting and the Creation of Knowledge / David Carless and Kitrina Douglas ; Chapter 2: Beautiful Here : celebrating life, alternative music, adolescence and autoethnography / Karen M. Scott-Hoy ; Chapter 3: Musical Artefacts of My Father's Death / Chris J. Patti ; Chapter 4: Creativity and Improvisation / Peter Knight -- SECTION TWO. Interpreting and Performing: Chapter 5: Bye Bye Love / Stacey Holman Jones ; Chapter 6: Evoking Spring in Winter : some personal reflections on returning to Schubert's cycle / Stephen Emmerson ; Chapter 7: Letting it Go : an auethnographic account of a musician's loss / Catherine Grant ; Chapter 8: Becoming a Bass Player / Chris McRae -- SECTION THREE. Learning and Teaching: Chapter 9: Studying Music, Studying the Self : reflections on learning music in Bali / Peter Dunbar-Hall ; Chapter 10: The Road to Becoming a Musician : an individual Chinese story / Wang Yuyan ; Chapter 11: "Where Was I When I Needed Me?" : the role of storytelling in vocal pedagogy / Margaret Schindler -- SECTION FOUR. Researching Identity and Cross-Cultural Contexts ; Chapter 12: From Ca Tru to the World / Huib Schippers ; Chapter 13: Looking into the Trochus Shell : autoethnographic reflections on a cross-cultural collaborative music research project / Katelyn Barney and Lexine Solomon ; Chapter 14: In Memory of Music Research : an autoethnographic, ethnomusicological and emotional response to grief, death and loss in the Aboriginal community at Borroloola, Northern territory / text and images by Elizabeth Mackinlay ; Chapter 15: A Way of Loving, A Way of Knowing : music, sexuality and the becoming of a queer musicologist / Jodie Taylor ; Chapter 16: In Music and in Life : confronting the self through autoethnography / Colin Webber.
Summary, etc.:
Autoethnography is an autobiographical genre that connects the personal to the cultural, social, and political. The synergies between music and autoethnography are promising, ready to be fully realised. For the first time, this edited volume explores these synergies by presenting work in which the relationship between these two areas is explored through the eyes, ears, emotions, and stories of music and autoethnography practitioners.
Subject: Ethnomusicology.
Ethnology > Biographical methods.
Communication in music.
Subjectivity in music.
Communication in music.
Subjectivity in music.

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