Resounding transcendence : transitions in music, ritual, and religion / edited by Jeffers Engelhardt and Philip V. Bohlman.
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- ISBN: 9780199737642
- ISBN: 0199737649
- ISBN: 9780199737659
- ISBN: 0199737657
- Physical Description: xvi, 280 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-270) and index.
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pt. 1. Liturgy, performance healing. Ensnare the thief in the house of the wind : negotiating musical routes of baul-ness / Bertie Kibreah ; Transcending boundaries: Javanese Wayang Kulit without the shadows / Sarah Weiss ; Variations for new themes : recent liturgical developments of the major Buddhist festivals in Taiwan / Pi-yen Chen ; Voicing the between in Tunisian S'ambeli / Richard C. Jankowsky -- pt. 2. Culture, identity, soceity. Sounds transcendent : gospel music and the negotiation of proximity in Trinidad / Timothy Rommen ; New Christian music in Indonesia : inculturation in transition / Marzanna Poplawska ; Transforming Christian music, transforming social identity in South India / Zoe C. Sherinian -- pt. 3. Media and technology, transmission and transformation. Technology and the transmission of oral tradition in the contemporary Jewish community / Jeffrey A. Summit ; Music, media, message : transitions in contemporary American Evangelical music / Stephen A. Marini -- pt. 4. Europe, secularity, revival. Sacred poetics and musical politics in post-secular Europe / Philip V. Bohlman ; Arvo Pärt and the idea of a Christian Europe : the musical effects and affects of post-ideological religion / Jeffers Engelhardt ; Byzantine blossom : the monastic revival of Orthodox chant at Mount Athos / Tore Tvarnø Lind.
Resounding Transcendence is a pathbreaking set of ethnographic and historical essays by leading scholars exploring the ways sacred music effects cultural, political, and religious transitions in the contemporary world. With chapters covering Christian, Muslim, Jewish, and Buddhist practices in East and Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, North America, the Caribbean, North Africa, and Europe, the volume establishes the theoretical and methodological foundations for music scholarship to engage in current debates about modern religion and secular epistemologies. It also transforms those debates through sophisticated, nuanced treatments of sound and music - ubiquitous elements of ritual and religion often glossed over in other disciplines. Resounding Transcendence confronts the relationship of sound, divinity, and religious practice in diverse post-secular contexts. By examining the immanence of transcendence in specific social and historical contexts and rethinking the reified nature of "religion" and "world religions," these authors examine the dynamics of difference and transition within and between sacred musical practices. The work in this volume transitions between traditional spaces of sacred musical practice and emerging public spaces for popular religious performance; between the transformative experience of ritual and the sacred musical affordances of media technologies; between the charisma of individual performers and the power of the marketplace; and between the making of authenticity and hybridity in religious repertoires and practices. Broad in scope, rich in ethnographic and historical detail, and theoretically ambitious, Resounding Transcendence is an essential contribution to the study of music and religion.
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