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MUSICultures, Volume 45, Issues 1-2, 2018

 

https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/MC/issue/view/2073

 

Ecologies

Guest edited by Aaron S. Allen and Jeff Todd Titon

 

Introduction

AARON S. ALLEN

One Ecology and Many Ecologies: The Problem and Opportunity of Ecology for Music and Sound Studies

 

JULIANNE GRAPER

Bat City: Becoming with Bats in the Austin Music Scene

 

ALEXANDRA HUI

Imagining Ecologies through Sound: An Historic-ecological Approach to the Soundscape of the Mississippi Flyway

 

JOHN E. QUINN, ANNA J. MARKEY, DAKOTA HOWARD, SAM CRUMMETT, and ALEXANDER R. SCHINDLER

Intersections of Soundscapes and Conservation: Ecologies of Sound in Naturecultures

 

JENNIFER C. POST and BRYAN C. PIJANOWSKI

Coupling Scientific and Humanistic Approaches to Address Wicked Environmental Problems of the Twenty-first Century: Collaborating in an Acoustic Community Nexus

 

SUNMIN YOON

What’s in the Song? Urtyn duu as Sonic “Ritual” Among Mongolian Herder-singers

 

REBECCA DIRKSEN

Haiti, Singing for the Land, Sea, and Sky: Cultivating Ecological Metaphysics and Environmental Awareness through Music

 

JAMES EDWARDS

A Field Report from Okinawa, Japan: Applied Ecomusicology and the 100-Year Kuruchi Forest Project

 

LAURA CHAMBERS

Feed the Soil, Not the Plant: Case Studies in the Sustainability of Ontario’s Regional Orchestras

 

JUHA TORVINEN

Resounding: Feeling, Mytho-ecological Framing, and the Sámi Conception of Nature in Outi Tarkiainen’s The Earth, Spring’s Daughter

 

JOSHUA OTTUM

Between Two Worlds: American New Age Music and Environmental Imaginaries

 

RANDALL HARLOW

Ecologies of Practice in Musical Performance

 

DARYL JAMIESON

Uncanny Movement through Virtual Spaces: Michael Pisaro’s fields have ears

 

Afterword

JEFF TODD TITON

Ecomusicology and the Problems in Ecology

 

Plus book and recording reviews.

 

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