Cheremis Musical Styles

by Bruno Nettl
Contributors: Thomas A. Sebeok

Cheremis Musical Styles serves as a guide to a specific style of folk music only just becoming known to worldwide academia as of its original publication in 1960. The original preface by Thomas A Sebeok printed in the book had the following to say in regards to its contents:

While … Cheremis music has received sensitive and sophisticated attention, yet it has hitherto been approached in a curiously indirect way … . Bruno Nettl's monograph … is the first systematic and comprehensive account of Cheremis musical style (and ancillary topics) as an autonomous object of study. … Nettl's work … [on] the architectural relationship between these two systems—between folk poetry and folk music—remains largely uncharted.

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  • isbn
    978-0-253-04860-8
  • publisher
    Indiana University Press
  • publisher place
    Bloomington, Indiana USA
  • restrictions
    CC-BY-NC-ND
  • rights
    Copyright © Trustees of Indiana University.
  • rights holder
    Indiana University Press
  • rights territory
    World