International Council for Traditional Music

A Non-Governmental Organization in Formal Consultative Relations with UNESCO

Yearbook for Traditional Music - Contents and support materials

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 48 (2016)

Articles for the 2014 Yearbook for Traditional Music focus on themes from ICTM's 43rd World Conference, held in Astana, Kazakhstan, in July 2015 and hosted by the Kazakh National University of Arts. The guest editors for this issue are Razia Sultanova and Timothy Rice. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 47 (2015)

The 2015 Yearbook offers a rich selection of readings. Four out of the nine pieces in this collection are centred on dance. ICTM, after all, is as much a society of dance scholars as it is of ethnomusicologists. The worlds of music and dance research frequently intersect, and that overlap rises to the surface in several articles, inviting us to consider holistic approaches—grounded in multiple disciplines—to the study of sound and movement, image and text. Reviews of books, audio recordings, films/videos and websites complete the volume.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 46 (2013)

Articles for the 2014 Yearbook for Traditional Music focus on themes from ICTM's 42nd World Conference, held in Shanghai, China, in July 2013 and hosted by the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. The guest editor for this issue is J. Lawrence Witzleben. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 45 (2012)

In addition to articles on general themes, the 2013 Yearbook for Traditional Music contains a special section of articles concerning music and poverty, guest edited by Klisala Harrison. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue. This Yearbook contains the first appearance of “Book Notes,” additional book reviews that are only available on the web. Supplementary colour photos, audio clips, and video for a number of articles can also be found below. 

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 44 (2011)

Articles for the 2012 Yearbook for Traditional Music focus on themes from ICTM's 41st World Conference, held in St. John's, Canada, in July 2011 and hosted by Memorial University of Newfoundland. The guest editors for this issue are Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, Beverley Diamond, and C. K. Szego. Supplementary audio clips are available below. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 43 (2010)

The 2011 Yearbook for Traditional Music contains articles, reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 42 (2009)

Articles for the 2010 Yearbook for Traditional Music focus on themes from ICTM's 40th World Conference, held in Durban, South Africa, in July 2009 and hosted by the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The guest editor for this issue is Wim van Zanten. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 41 (2008)

In addition to articles on general themes, the 2009 Yearbook for Traditional Music contains a special section of articles concerning music archaeology, guest edited by Arnd Adje Both. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 40 (2007)

Articles for the 2008 Yearbook for Traditional Music focus on themes from ICTM's 39th World Conference, held in Vienna, Austria, in July 2007 and hosted by the Austrian National Committee of the ICTM and the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, in partnership with the Institute of Musicology at Vienna University, the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the Austrian Commission for UNESCO. The guest editors for this issue are Gerlinde Haid, Ursula Hemetek, and Adelaida Reyes. Reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites complete the issue.

Yearbook for Traditional Music. Vol. 39 (2006)

The 2007 Yearbook for Traditional Music contains articles, reviews of books, compact discs, videos, and websites.

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