Cover; Half title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; 1. An Introduction to Central Issues in Ethnomusicology and Folklore: Phenomenology and Practice Theory; I. The Ethnography of Musical Practice; 2. Commercial Hard Rock in Cleveland, Ohio: Dia Pason and Max Panic; 3. Heavy Metal in Akron, Ohio: Winter's Bane and Sin-Eater; 4. Two Jazz Scenes in Northeast Ohio; II. The Organization of Musical Experience and the Practice of Perception; 5. The Organization of Attention in Two Jazz Scenes
6. The Organization of Attention in the Rock and Metal Scenes7. Tonality, Temporality, and the Intending Subject (1): Chris Ozimek and "Turn for the Worse"; 8. Tonality, Temporality, and the Perceptual Subject (2): Dann Saladin and "The Final Silencing"; 9. Conclusions: Perceptual Practice and Social Context; III. Music, Experience, and Society: Death Metal and Deindustrialization in an American City; 10. Death Metal Perspectives: Affect, Purpose, and the Social Life of Music; 11. A Critical Dialogue on the Politics of the Metal Underground: Race, Class, and Consequence
12. Conclusion: The Scope of EthnomusicologyNotes; Glossary; Selected Bibliography; Index
The information below has been drawn from sources outside of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. In most instances, the information will be from sources that have not been peer reviewed by scholarly or research communities. Please report cases in which the information is inaccurate through the Contact Us link below.