MUSICultures

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Vol 45 No 1-2 (2018)
Published March 26, 2019

Articles

Julianne Graper
Bat City: Becoming with Bats in the Austin Music Scene
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Alexandra Hui
Imagining Ecologies through Sound: An Historic-ecological Approach to the Soundscape of the Mississippi Flyway
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John E. Quinn, Anna J. Markey, Dakota Howard, Sam Crummett, Alexander R. Schindler
Intersections of Soundscapes and Conservation: Ecologies of Sound in Naturecultures
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Jennifer C. Post, Bryan C. Pijanowski
Coupling Scientific and Humanistic Approaches to Address Wicked Environmental Problems of the Twenty-first Century: Collaborating in an Acoustic Community Nexus
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Sunmin Yoon
What's in the Song? Urtyn duu as Sonic “Ritual” Among Mongolian Herder-singers
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Rebecca Dirksen
Haiti, Singing for the Land, Sea, and Sky: Cultivating Ecological Metaphysics and Environmental Awareness through Music
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James Edwards
A Field Report from Okinawa, Japan: Applied Ecomusicology and the 100-Year Kuruchi Forest Project
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Laura Chambers
Feed the Soil, Not the Plant: Case Studies in the Sustainability of Ontario's Regional Orchestras
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Juha Torvinen
Resounding: Feeling, Mytho-ecological Framing, and the Sámi Conception of Nature in Outi Tarkiainen's The Earth, Spring's Daughter
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Joshua Ottum
Between Two Worlds: American New Age Music and Environmental Imaginaries
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Randall Harlow
Ecologies of Practice in Musical Performance
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Daryl Jamieson
Uncanny Movement through Virtual Spaces: Michael Pisaro’s fields have ears
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Jeff Todd Titon
AFTERWORD: Ecomusicology and the Problems in Ecology
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