High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Uganda Museum is a museum in Kampala, Uganda, which displays and exhibits ethnological, natural-historical and traditional life collections of Uganda's cultural heritage. The museum was founded in 1908 after George Wilson called for "all articles of interest" on Uganda to be procured. Also among the collections in the Uganda Museum are playable musical instruments, hunting equipment, weaponry, archaeology and entomology.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jaqueline Nakiri Nalubale (1977 ), also known as Jaqee, is a musician born in Kampala, Uganda. In 1990, she immigrated to Sweden, where she began her musical career. She describes herself as a "musical chameleon", having no single musical style. Jaqee speaks Luganda, Nkore, English, and Swedish, as well as "a little bit" of Spanish, she is learning German. In May 2005, she released her self-financed debut album Blaqalixious, which won the best Soul/Hip-Hop prize at ManifestGalan 2006 and included songs like "The Way You Make Me Feel", "Karma", and "Headfall". The album was nominated for a Grammis Award. The nomination surprised her, since the album was self-released, she had approached several record companies before recording the album, but none signed her.
The study of global cultures is critical for music educators in American classrooms. Since the founding of this country, African music continues to influence world music study in America. This study focuses on musical traditions from Uganda. An examination of instruments, rhythms, and performance traditions and the contributions Uganda makes to world music education is the goal of this study. Embracing the opportunity to learn directly from a musician immersed in the culture is the best approach to realize the nuances that express music of the Ugandan people. Best practices of teaching provide a solid foundation and success with all students in understanding the fundamentals of rhythm and drumming techniques from Uganda. As a result of mentorship, best practices also provide interdisciplinary approaches to teaching world music in the classroom. Continued assessment beyond the walls of the American classroom promotes, embraces and celebrates our multi-cultural world.
Contents:+++ Articles* Hilary Vanessa Finchum-Sung: Foreword: Aesthetics of Interculturality in East Asian Contemporary Music* Hilary Vanessa Finchum-Sung: Artistic Habitus in an Intercultural World: A Tale of Two Artists* Chien-Chang Yang: Technologies of Tradition in Post-War Musical Avant-Gardism: A Theoretical Reflection* Fuyuko Fukunaka: World Music History and Interculturality: Toward Recontextualizing Post-War Japanese Avant-GardeMusic* Hyejin Yi: National Cultural Memory in Late-Twentieth-Century East Asian Composition: Isang Yun, Hosokawa Toshio and Zhu Jian’er* Hee Sook Oh: Intercultural Aesthetics in the Contemporary Korean Compositions of Hae-Sung Lee+++ Book Reviews (Eva-Maria Alexandra van Straaten, ed.)* Brian Cogan: Jonathan Pieslak, Radicalism and Music: An Introduction to the Musical Cultures of al-Qa’ida, Racist Skinheads, Christian-Affiliated Radicals, and Eco-Animal Rights Militants (2015)* Thomas Solomon: Kofi Agawu, The African Imagination in Music (2016) * Simran Singh-Grewal: Mwenda Ntarangwi, The Street Is My Pulpit: Hip Hop and Christianity in Kenya (2016)* Mark Porter: Julia Koll, Kirchenmusik als sozioreligiöse Praxis: Studien zu Religion, Musik und Gruppe am Beispiel des Posaunenchors (2016)* Oli Wilson: Denis Crowdy, Hearing the Future: The Music and Magic of the Sanguma Band (2016)* Krystal Klingenberg: Thomas Solomon and Sylvia A. Nannyonga-Tamusuza (eds.), Ethnomusicology in East Africa: Perspectives from Uganda and Beyond (2012)* Krystal Klingenberg: Thomas Solomon (ed.), African Musics in Context: Institutions, Culture, Identity (2015)* Mark Slobin: Amalia Ran and Moshe Morad (eds.), Mazal Tov Amigos! Jews and Popular Music in the Americas (2016)* Rik Adriaans: Burcu Yıldız, Experiencing Armenian Music in Turkey: An Ethnography of Musicultural Memory (2016)* David Cooper: Desi Wilkinson, Call to the Dance: An Experience of the Socio-Cultural World of Traditional Breton Music and Dance (2016)* Sergio Navarrete Pellicer: Charles V. Heath, The Inevitable Bandstand: The State Band of Oaxaca and the Politics of Sound (2015)+++ Recording Reviews (Rehanna Kheshgi, ed.)* Ana P. Sanchez-Rojo: Serrano de Corazón (Highlander at Heart). Produced by Alex E. Chávez and Daniel E. Sheehy (2016)* Hermann Hudde: Sweet Geriatrics. Produced by Waleed Howrani (2012)* Ioannis Tsekouras: Bahçeye Hanımeli. (Honeysuckle in the Garden). Produced by Ayşenur Kolivar and the Helesa Project (2012)+++ About the Contributors+++ the world of music (new series)
Contents:Articles* Marc Jeannin: Organizational Structures in Language and Music* Sofia Barreto & Eva Ordonez Flores: Dance and Music in Canarian Malaguenas* Eva Ordonez Flores: Dance Improvisation Rules and Practice in the Cuadro Flamenco* Eva Ordonez Flores & Marc Jeannin: Metrical and Rhythmic Interpretations in Cante Flamenco* Sofia Barreto: Venezuelan Carnival Songs: Singing Calipso in El Callao* Apollinaire Anakesa & Marc Jeannin: Rhythmic and Melodic Variations in Traditional African Music and Dance: Mongo's Bobongo Culture* Carl Gombrich: Expressions of Inexpressible Truths: Attempts at Descriptions of Mystical and Musical ExperiencesBook Reviews (Helena Simonett, ed.)* Barry Shank: Fabian Holt, Genre in Popular Musici>* Kathleen J. Van Buren: Sylvia A. Nannyonga-Tamusuza, Baakisimba: Gender in the Music and Dance of the Baganda People of Uganda* Carol Muller: Gregory Barz, Singing for Life: HIV/AIDS and Music in Uganda* Zoila Mendoza: Heidi Feldman, Black Rhythms of Peru: Reviving African Musical Heritage in the Black Pacific* Edward O. Henry: Martin Clayton, Music, Time and Place: Essays in Comparative Musicology* Barley Norton: Nathan Hesselink, P'ungmul: South Korean Drumming and Dance* Chan E. Park: Keith Howard, ed., Korean Pop Music: Riding the Wave* Svanibor Pettan: Anna Czekanowska, Ursula Hemetek, Gerda Lechleitner & Inna Naroditskaya, eds., Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and MinoritiesRecording Reviews (Dan Bendrups, ed.)* Robin Ryan: Review Essay: Sweet Sounds og a Sugar TownAbout the Contributors
Articles+ Frank Gunderson: Preface+ Shannon Dudley: Creativity and Control in Trinidad Carnival Competitions+ Gavin Douglas: The Sokayeti Performing Arts Competition of Burma/Myanmar: Performing the Nation+ Rebecca S. Miller: "Me 'Ain Lie on Nobody!" Locality, Regionalism, and Identity at the Parang String Band Competition in Carriacou, Grenada+ Sean Williams: Competing Against "Tradition" in the Sundanese Performing Arts+ Sylvia Nannyonga-Tamusuza: Competitions in School Festivals: A Process of Re-inventing Baakisimba Music and Dance of the Baganda (Uganda)+ Ramona Holmes: It's a Girl Bonding Thing: Softball Cheers in the United States+ Chris Goertzen: Galax, Virginia's "Old Fiddlers Convention": The Virtues and Flaws of a Giant Fiddle ContestBook Reviews (Jonathan Stock, ed.)+ Denis-Constant Martin: Review Essay: Technology, and the Contradictions of Globalisation. Gebesmair, Andreas and Alfred Smudits, eds. Global Repertoires: Popular Music Within and Beyond the Transnational Music Industry and Taylor, Timothy D. Strange Sounds: Music, Technology, and Culture+ Keith Howard: Bohlmann, Philip V.: World Muisc: A Very Short Introduction+ Beverly Diamond: Muller, Carol Ann: Rituals of Fertility and the Sacrifice of Desire. Nazarite Women's Performance in South Africa+ Marin Marian-Balasa: Reichl, Karl, ed. The Oral Epic: Performance and Music+ Henry Spiller: Williams, Sean. The Sound of the Ancestral Ship: Highland Music of West Java+ Gisela Pobst-Effah: Hemetek, Ursula. Mosaik der Klänge: Musik der ethnischen und religiösen Minderheiten in Österreich+ Auste Nakenie: Ceribasic, Naila and Grozdana Marosevic, eds. Glazba, Folklor i Kultura: Svecani zbornik za Jerka Bezica / Music, Folklore, and Culture: Essays in Honour of Jerko Bezic+ Briefly Mentioned+ Suzel Ana Reily: Quintero-Rivera, Mareia. A cor e o som da nacao: a ideia de mesticagem na critica musical do Caribe hisanico e o do Brasil (1928-1948)+ Jonathan J.P. Stock: Bartok, Bela. Turkish Folk Music from Asia Minor, rev. ed. and Lenoir, Yves, chief ed. Archives Bela Bartok de Belgique: Fonds Denijs DilleCD Reviews (Gregory F. Barz, ed.)+ Nancy Elisabeth Currey: Eglise Syriaque Orthodoxe D'Antioche / The Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch: Chants Liturgiques du Careme et du Vendredi Saint. INEDIT+ Gregory F. Barz: Tanzania: Music of the Farmer Composers of Sukumaland: We Never Sleep, We Dream of Farming. Multicultural MediaAbout the Contributors
Contents:Articles Britta Sweers: Preface: Contemporary British Music Traditions *Ian Russel: Sacred and Secular: Identity, Style, and Performance in Two singing Traditions from the Pennines *Jonathan P.J. stock: Ordering Performance, Leading People: Structurin an English Folk Music Session *Katy Radford: Red, White, blue, and Orange: An Exploration of Historically Bound Allegiances through Loyalist Song *Tina K. Ramnarine: Imperial Legacies and the Politics of Musical Creativity *Laura Leante: Shaping Diasporic Sounds: Identity as Meaning in Bhangra *Book Reviews (Tina K. Ramnarine, ed.) Sean Williams: Michael Tenzer, Gamelan gong Kebyar: The Art of Twentieth-Century Balinese Music *Vic Gammon: Kay Kaufmann, Soundscapes: Exploring Music in a Changing World *Keith Howard: Mark C. van Tongeren, Overtone Singing: Physics and Metaphysics of Harmonics in East and West *Britta Sweers: Meirion Hughes, the English Musical Renaissance and the Press 1850-1914: Watchmen of Music *CD Reviews (Gregory F. Barz, ed.) Banning Eyre: Starry Nights in Western Sahara *Hiromi Lorraine Sakata: Anthology of World Music: Afghanistan *Anne Morrison Spinney: The Distant Native Voice: America's Other Musical Heritage - Jackson Berkey, Native American Ambiences *Sanubar Baghirova: Anthology of World Music: The Music of Azerbaijan *Jonathan Ritter: Music and Ritual of the Peruvian Andes *Karen A. Peters: Bulgaria: Songs from Nedelino: Tradition of the Rhodopes *Susan Hurley-Glowa: The Alan Lomax Collection Sampler *Yanni Afendoulis: Armenie: Benik Abovian & Zaven Azibekian *Jonathan Shannon: Sufi Chanting from Syria: Dhikr Qadiri Khalwati of the Zawiya Hilaliya, Aleppo-Syria, Muhammad Qadri Dalal: Unwonted Maqamat *Jeffrey W. Sheehan: Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions, vols. 1-4 *Gregory Barz: Uganda and other African Nations - Feasts of the Savanna: A Musical Journey Through East and West Africa *About the Contributors
Contents: Articles * Marc Jeannin: Organizational Structures in Language and Music * Sofia Barreto & Eva Ordonez Flores: Dance and Music in Canarian Malaguenas * Eva Ordonez Flores: Dance Improvisation Rules and Practice in the Cuadro Flamenco * Eva Ordonez Flores & Marc Jeannin: Metrical and Rhythmic Interpretations in Cante Flamenco * Sofia Barreto: Venezuelan Carnival Songs: Singing Calipso in El Callao * Apollinaire Anakesa & Marc Jeannin: Rhythmic and Melodic Variations in Traditional African Music and Dance: Mongo's Bobongo Culture * Carl Gombrich: Expressions of Inexpressible Truths: Attempts at Descriptions of Mystical and Musical Experiences Book Reviews (Helena Simonett, ed.) * Barry Shank: Fabian Holt, Genre in Popular Musici> * Kathleen J. Van Buren: Sylvia A. Nannyonga-Tamusuza, Baakisimba: Gender in the Music and Dance of the Baganda People of Uganda * Carol Muller: Gregory Barz, Singing for Life: HIV/AIDS and Music in Uganda * Zoila Mendoza: Heidi Feldman, Black Rhythms of Peru: Reviving African Musical Heritage in the Black Pacific * Edward O. Henry: Martin Clayton, Music, Time and Place: Essays in Comparative Musicology * Barley Norton: Nathan Hesselink, P'ungmul: South Korean Drumming and Dance * Chan E. Park: Keith Howard, ed., Korean Pop Music: Riding the Wave * Svanibor Pettan: Anna Czekanowska, Ursula Hemetek, Gerda Lechleitner & Inna Naroditskaya, eds., Manifold Identities: Studies on Music and Minorities Recording Reviews (Dan Bendrups, ed.) * Robin Ryan: Review Essay: Sweet Sounds og a Sugar Town About the Contributors