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Cambridge Studies in Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicological research has shown that there are many different ingredients in musical systems. The core of this series therefore considers the logics of different musics, analysed in the contexts of the societies in which they were composed and performed. The books address specific problems related to potential musical ability and practice, such as how music is integrated with dance, theatre and the visual arts, how children develop musical perception and skills in different cultures and how musical activities affect the acquisition of other skills.

General Editor: John Blacking

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