Society for Music Theory

Volume 16 Number 4, November 2010

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Rhythm: Africa and Beyond

Editor’s Message

Articles

Rhythmic Archetypes in Instrumental Music from Africa and the Diaspora
16.4.1
        James Burns (Binghamton University)
Variant Timekeeping Patterns and Their Effects in Jazz Drumming
16.4.2
        Matthew W. Butterfield (Franklin & Marshall College)
Yewevu in the Metric Matrix
16.4.3
        David Locke (Tufts University)
Rhythmic Feel as Meter: Non-Isochronous Beat Subdivision in Jembe Music from Mali
16.4.4
        Rainer Polak (Bayreuth, Germany)
Temporal Geometries of an African Music: A Preliminary Sketch
16.4.5
        Martin Scherzinger (New York University)

Commentaries

Commentary
16.4.6
        Kofi Agawu (Princeton University)
Commentary
16.4.7
        Cynthia Tse Kimberlin (Music Research Institute)
Commentary
16.4.8
        Justin London (Carleton College)
Africa Stand Up!—and Be Counted Among Others
16.4.9
        Michael Tenzer (University of British Columbia)
Commentary on "Rhythm: Africa and Beyond"
16.4.10
        Michael Vercelli (West Virginia University)
        Janet Sturman (University of Arizona)

Reviews

Review of Harald Krebs and Sharon Krebs, Josephine Lang: Her Life and Songs (Oxford University Press, 2007)
16.4.11
        Rebecca Jemian (Ithaca College)
Review of Benjamin Wardhaugh, Music, Experiment and Mathematics in England, 16531705 (Ashgate Press, 2008)
16.4.12
        Matthew S. Royal (Brock University)



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Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated December 31 2010

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