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When Europeans first arrived there were some four million people belonging to more than 1, denominations.

David rated it liked it Dec 26, They hunt, fish, gather supplies, and trade with frontier settlements to get their basic needs. Speech and hearing are highly valued in the social behavior of the tribe. University of Illinois Press. Timothy rated it it was amazing Sep 09, The reason for the emphasis on singing is that their music is wyh down orally.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Yet we know much more about the socio-economic features of these communities than about the musical ones. xuya

Tony Dumas rated it it was amazing Aug 15, This page was last edited on 2 Julyat Although music is used by all members of the tribe, some forms are only used by adults, and some are further restricted to political and ceremonial leaders.

University of Illinois Press, They are the ones who bring new songs to the community.

Their songs stem from ancient ceremonial songs derived from myths, songs learned from outsiders and songs taught to the community by “men without spirits”. A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People. Michael Balonek rated it it was amazing Aug 28, Want to Read saving….

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Why Suya Sing : A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People

When sung by a group of men, heterophonic textures are often created, as different songs are often performed at once with different melodies or tempi. New songs often come from the singers themselves. U of Chicago P, Skip to main content.

This impressive contribution to musical anthropology celebrates the achieve- ments of collective life, from the mundane to the exalted. Review quote “Anthony Seeger spins out enough of an integrated theoretical and empirical mediation on why Suya sing to set a good portion of traditional ethnomusicology on its ear.

These oral expressions are usually anfhony masculine in sound. In the afterward Seeger recounts the contents of a FAX he received two decades after his fieldwork: The Best Books of Views Read Edit View history.

From speech to song; The origins of songs; Singing as a creative activity; From lab to field: Sofialopes rated it really liked it May 12, Isabel rated it really liked it Sep 19, Allison rated it really liked it Aug 10, Anthropological research priorities rarely start from wny natives’ views of what is important about their own lives.

Why Suyá Sing: A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People by Anthony Seeger

Log In Sign Up. Both halves are split further into four sections, which are the same in both the kradi and the sindaw.

Christine rated it liked siny Feb 22, Click here to sign up. K rated it really liked it Nov 11, These are musical sections, not simply different parts of the text.

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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Andre rated it it was amazing Jul 13, Helena rated it really liked it Aug 18, Help Center Find new research papers in: Kate Metcalf rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Men without spirits are men or women who have lost their spirits but can hear songs from animals, plants and insects.

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Poetic performance has often been relegated to secondary status by social sci- entists who may consider it epiphenomenal to everyday life.

They adopted many aspects of Xingu culture, such as canoes, hammocks, ceremonies, food preparation techniques and body ornamentation. Their houses are set up in a circle around the village square, where the majority of their ceremonies take place. Kyle rated it it was amazing Apr 22, In impeccable, economic, prose Seeger shows that performance is more than the artful use of music and language though it may be that.

Patricia Killelea rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Settlement in the region is fairly W We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

Table of contents The Mouse Ceremony begins; Suya vocal art: