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Transregional Politics of Throat-Singing as Cultural Heritage in Inner and Central Asia, a special issue

Transregional Politics of Throat-Singing as Cultural Heritage in Inner and Central Asia, a special issue

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ASIAN MUSIC, Volume 52, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2021 

Transregional Politics of Throat-Singing as Cultural Heritage in Inner and Central Asia, a special issue

Charlotte D’Evelyn, Guest Editor

Robert O. Beahrs, Andrew Colwell, Associate Guest Editors

Johanni Curtet, Assistant Guest Editor

 
Table of Contents
 
  • From the Editor, Ricardo D. Trimillos
  • From the Guest Editors, Charlotte D'Evelyn, Robert O. Beahrs, Andrew Colwell
 
Grounding Heritage
  • Cradle of Drone-Overtone and Timbre-Centered Music: Cultural Landscapes of the Indigenous Peoples of the Altai Mountain Range and Its Neighboring Areas, Carole Pegg
  • Propriety, Property, and Heritage in the Performance of Mongol Khöömii, Andrew Colwell
  • Gifts of the Sygytchy-Sons: Tethering Melodies to Land, Kin, and Life Energy at the Khöömei Ovaa, Tyva Republic, Robert O. Beahrs
Transregional Responses
  • Khöömii, World Lists, and the Question of Representation, Johanni Curtet
  • Khöömii, Chooryn Duu, and Dissonant Heritage in Inner Mongolia, China, Charlotte D'Evelyn
  • (Re)Claiming a Vocal Vernacular: Revival and Modernization of Kömei in Contemporary Kazakh Music,Saida Daukeyeva
Afterword
  • Khöömei and Heritage: An Afterword, Theodore Levin
  • Khöömei—Ambassador to the World: An Afterword, Valentina Süzükei translated by Sean Quirk
 
Les cartes ont été réalisés par Marc Alaux.
 
Transregional Politics of Throat-Singing as Cultural Heritage in Inner and Central Asia, a special issue