Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Improvisation and Vernacular Traditions in Historical Performance (Ranking = 3)

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Abstract

The JOURNAL OF THE VERNACULAR MUSIC CENTER is a peer-reviewed electronic journal, originating at the Vernacular Music Center at Texas Tech University, of research, teaching, advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration in the world’s music and dance traditions and related expressions. Published online twice a year through the Texas Digital Library, under the direction of a Steering Committee of leading experts from across the disciplines, the Journal brings together scholars, performers, teachers, learners, and listeners in a rich multi-media environment. Unique content, engaging conversations, powerful teaching and learning insights are the JOVMC’s trademark. The theme of this issue was "Improvisation and Vernacular Traditions in Historical Performance."
Original languageEnglish
PublisherJournal of the Vernacular Music Center, Texas Tech University
Volume2
StatePublished - Nov 2016

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