Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis: Ethnomusicology Forum: Vol 19, No 1

Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and

The ‘two different worlds’ syndrome probably applies to other transnational communities whose creative centres lie in the diaspora rather than in the or Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis: Ethnomusicology Forum: Vol 19, No 1

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Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and

Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanisand Kharejis Ethnomusicology Forum Vol. 19, No. 1, June 2010, pp. 69 88. looks at the two different worlds of Afghan music for Afghanistanis and kharejis (foreigners), and seeks to understand how and why they coexist.1 …

Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and

This paper examines the two largely separate worlds of audio recordings of Afghan music made for the Afghan market and Afghan music recordings that have found their way into the ‘world music’ market.

Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and

Abstract or Description. This paper examines the two largely separate worlds of audio recordings of Afghan music made for the Afghan market and Afghan music recordings that have found their way into the ‘world music’ market.

Published in: Ethnomusicology Forum · 2010Authors: John Baily

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Description: The BFE’s journal Ethnomusicology Forum (formerly known as the British Journal of Ethnomusicology) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (in June and November), that seeks to provide a dynamic forum for the presentation of new thinking in the field of ethnomusicology.Ethnomusicology is defined broadly as the study of «people making music», …

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“Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis.” Ethnomusicology Forum 19 (1): 69–88. Barz, Gregory F. 2001. “Meaning in Benga Music of Western Kenya.” British Journal of Ethnomusicology 10 (1): 107–15. Cusick, Suzanne. 2008. «You Are in a Place That Is Out of the World’: Music in the Detention Camps of the

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Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis. Ethnomusicology Forum, 19(1), pp. 69-88. ISSN 1741-1912 [Article] Preview Strohm and Bonnie Blackburn, eds., Music as Concept and Practice in the Late Middle Ages, The New Oxford History of Music, Vol.III, part 1′ (Oxford: Oxford Uiversity Press, 2002).

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Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis. Ethnomusicology Forum , 19(1), pp. 69-88. ISSN 1741-1912 [Article]

Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and

Abstract. This paper examines the two largely separate worlds of audio recordings of Afghan music made for the Afghan market and Afghan music recordings that have found their way into the ‘world music…

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Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis Baily, John S.. 2010. Two Different Worlds: Afghan Music for Afghanistanis and Kharejis. Ethnomusicology Forum, 19(1), pp. 69-88. ISSN 1741-1912 . Tools of the Trade: The Afghan Rubab Baily, John S.. 2010.