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050  4 GN585.I8|bF47 2020 
082 04 306.0945|223 
100 1  Ferrarini, Lorenzo,|eauthor 
245 10 Sonic ethnography :|bidentity, heritage and creative 
       research practice in Basilicata, Southern Italy /|cLorenzo
       Ferrarini and Nicola Scaldaferri 
264  1 Manchester :|bManchester University Press,|c[2020] 
264  4 |c©2020 
300    xi, 224 pages :|billustrations (chiefly color), color map 
       ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Anthropology, creative practice and ethnography (ACE) 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 199-216) and 
505 0  Introduction -- When the trees resound : towards a sonic 
       ethnography of the Maggio festival in Accettura -- 
       Soundmasks in resounding places : listening to the 
       Campanaccio of San Mauro Forte -- Sonic devotion and sonic
       control : struggles for power over a festival soundscape -
       - Sounds and images of nostalgia : the revival of Lucanian
       wheat festivals -- Voices across the ocean : recorded 
       memories and diasporic identity in the archive of Giuseppe
       Chiaffitella -- Doing research in sound : music-making as 
       creative intervention -- Photographing as an 
       anthropologist : notes on developing a photo-ethnographic 
       practice in Basilicata 
520    Sonic ethnography reveals how sound plays a central role 
       in the performance of local identities in the southern 
       Italian region of Basilicata. By exploring the soundscape 
       of tree rituals, carnivals, pilgrimages, informal musical 
       performances, and sound archives, the book focuses on the 
       relational and experiential aspects of sound that 
       momentarily bring together acoustic communities. It 
       provides an innovative take on an area that has been 
       studied by Italian and foreign scholars starting from the 
       1950s, in which these classic studies have become one of 
       the forces at play in the local politics of heritage. 
       Through a combination of text, colour photographs and 
       sound recordings, Sonic ethnography makes a compelling 
       argument for taking sound seriously as a crucial component
       of social life and as an ethnographic form of 
       representation. With an afterword and a soundscape 
       composition by Steven Feld. --|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Ethnology|zItaly, Southern 
650  0 Ethnomusicology|zItaly|zBasilicata 
650  0 Music|xSocial aspects|zItaly|zBasilicata 
651  0 Basilicata (Italy)|xSocial life and customs 
700 1  Scaldaferri, Nicola,|d1969-|eauthor 
830  0 Anthropology, creative practice and ethnography 
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