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Table of contents The Mouse Ceremony begins; Suya vocal art: They adopted many aspects of Xingu culture, such as canoes, hammocks, ceremonies, food preparation techniques and body ornamentation. Sofialopes rated it really liked it May 12, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Why Suyá Sing: A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People
These are musical sections, not simply different parts of the text. Countries and Their Cultures. U of Suta P, Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.
Adam Kriese rated it liked it Apr 01, Tony Dumas rated it it was amazing Aug 15, Some of these rattles are also made from deer, tapir, or wild-pig hoofs.
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Akila Ally rated it liked it Apr 05, Log In Sign Up. Gail rated it really liked it Sep 07, Anthropological research priorities rarely start from the natives’ views of what is important about their own lives. In paperback for the first time, Anthony Seeger’s Why Suya Sing considers the reasons for the importance of music for the Suya – and by extension for other groups – through an examination of myth telling, speech making, and singing in an initiation ceremony.
Open Preview See a Problem? Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The reason for the emphasis on singing is that their music is passed down orally. In paperback for the first time, Anthony Seeger’s Why Suya Sing considers the reasons for the importance of music for the Suya – and by extension for other groups – through an examination of myth telling, s “Like many other South American Indian communities, the Suya Indians of Mato Grosso, Brazil, devote a great deal of time and energy to making music, especially singing.
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Views Read Edit View history. In exploring the matter of rising pitch, for example, a phenomenon of considerable concern and mystery to ethnomusi- cologists, Seeger drew on a combination of approaches. This sung needs additional citations for verification.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. To spell this out Seeger uses the illustration of the Mouse Seege, a fourteen-day event of embedded performative acts.
Why Suyá Sing: A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People by Anthony Seeger
Lists with This Book. This section does not cite any sources. Jake Paulson rated it it was amazing May 27, Their [ clarification needed ] myth of creation was memorized. Book ratings by Goodreads. For the reader this wording suggests a poignant message of time, tempo, and friendship. Anna rated it really liked it Jun 17, Comparing his original recordings to archival ones and submitting both to laboratory tests, he located a slight rising of the pitch in the middle of a syllable.
Speech and hearing are highly valued in the social behavior of the tribe.