By E. Rust
Regardless of the world-wide organization of track and dance with faith, this can be the 1st full-length research of the topic from a world point of view. The paintings includes 3,816 references divided between 37 chapters. It covers tribal, neighborhood, and international religions and such topics as shamanism, liturgical dance, therapeutic, and the connection of tune, arithmetic, and mysticism. The referenced fabrics reveal such various techniques as research of song and dance, description of context, direct adventure, commentary, and hypothesis. The references tackle issues from such disciplines as sociology, anthropology, heritage, linguistics, musicology, ethnomusicology, theology, drugs, semiotics, and desktop technology.Chapter 1 contains common references to non secular song and dance. the rest 36 chapters are prepared in accordance with significant geographical parts. such a lot chapters start with common reference works and bibliographies, then proceed with issues particular to the quarter or faith. This publication could be of use to a person with an curiosity in song, dance, faith, or tradition.
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C. The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa. 2 vols. New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1962. The biography of the great Tibetan saint. Song as the spontaneous expression of enlightenment. 227. 464. Crossley-Holland, Peter. " In Grove 5, Vol. 8. 1954. 456- 228. Crossley-Holland, Peter. " In Proceedings of the Centennial Workshop on Ethnomusicology, Peter Crossley-Holland, ed. 3rd ed. Vancouver: Government of British Columbia, 1975. 79-91. Revision of 1968 article. A discussion of the origins, instruments, and forms and styles of chant of Tibetan ritual and of the religious significance of ritual music.
Categories include text, tradition, the object and deity addressed by the chant, and function. 235. EUingson, Ter. " Ethnomusicology 23, 2 (1979): 225-243. A structural, rather than symbolically-oriented, analysis and explanation of the complex mathematical organization of the music of the Tibetan monastery ensemble. 236. EUingson, Ter. The Mandala of Sound: Concepts and Sound Structure Tibetan Ritual Music. D. , University of Wisconsin, 1979. The most complete study of Tibetan religious music available.
222 BC). 184. Chen Fu-yen. Confucian Ceremonial Music in Taiwan with Comparative References to Its Source. D. , Wesleyan University, 1975. The mainland Chinese sources for Confucian ritual in Taiwan. 185. Falkenhausen, Lothar Alexander. Ritual Music in Bronze Age China: An Archaeological Perspective. D. , Harvard University, 1988. On the use of bronze bells in ancient Chinese ritual music. 186. Falkenhausen, Lothar von. " Archaeology 47, 1 (1994): 47. A set of music instruments found in the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (5th-century BC China) were probably used to play traditional liturgical music and accompany ritual hymns.