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SAMUS: South African Music Studies is the official organ for the South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM). It gives priority to the publication of research on South African music, but continues to represent the wider field of research interests in the country and in the rest of Africa. The journal invites work from any of the sub-disciplines in music studies, including musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music studies, music theory and music education, as well as research that draws connections between music and other fields in the arts and humanities. 

Other websites related to this journal: http://reference.sabinet.co.za/sa_epublication/samus1

More information can be found on http://www.sasrim.ac.za This journal is also indexed in RILM Abstracts, The Music Index.


Vol 36-37 (2018)

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Articles

De Lô in Fallist Times EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Willemien Froneman, Stephanus Muller i-xi
Whose, Which, Freedoms? The ‘Contesting Freedoms’ Colloquium at Unisa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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George King 1-12
Book Reviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Barry Ross 13-20
Bernard Smith van der Linde (1935-2015): A Life in Musicology EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jeffrey Brukman 21-51
Interruption: You're in chains too EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stephanus Muller 53-69
Indecent Exposure EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stacy Hardy 70-73
Nkosi Sikelela EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mbe Mbhele 74-79
when and how do we differentiate our music? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Neo Muyanga 80-82
Hugh Tracey, African Music and Colonial Power: Correspondence with Government Officials in the 1950s EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paulette Coetzee 83-109
Music, Memory and Forgetting: Patriotic Choral Music in Kenya EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ernest Patrick Monte, Doseline Kiguru 110-128
Decolonising Musicology: A Response and Three Positions EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Carina Venter, William Fourie, Juliana M. Pistorius, neo muyanga 129-156
The Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa Critical Edition: An Interview with Christine Lucia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christine Lucia, Grant Olwage 157-177
General Introduction to the Mohapeloa Critical Edition EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christine Lucia 178-236
Translating Mohapeloa: Perspectives from Mantoa Motinyane and Mpho Ndebele, with an Introduction by Christine Lucia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mantoa Motinyane, Mpho Ndebele, Christine Lucia 246-262
A Catalogue of Seepage: Apartheid’s Political Grammar, Afrikaans Music Historiography and Early Afrikaner Nationalism EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Carina Venter 265-290
Wenzani Wena? Riffing on ‘Genres Will Not Be Mixed’ EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ignatia Madalane 291-296
Book Reviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Janet Topp Fargion 297-303
Book Reviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stephanie Vos 304-310
A Transfiguring Tradition of Anglican Music: Localisation and Experimental Church Music at the College of the Transfiguration in Grahamstown EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Andrew-John Bethke 311-343
Kramer’s District Six – Kanala: Why I Am Not Laughing
Inge Engelbrecht 348-361
Landscapes of Loss: Curatorial Mapping and the Use of Archival Sound Recordings EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lizabé Lambrechts, Ernst van der Wal 362-388
Eoan, Assimilation, and the Charge of ‘Coloured Culture’ EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Juliana M. Pistorius 389-415
Taliep Petersen: An Interview with Paul Hanmer EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Paula Fourie 416-448
Clare Loveday: Composer at 50 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mareli Stolp 451-454
Splinter and Loss: Reading Clare Loveday’s Johannesburg Etude No. 2 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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William Fourie 464-489
Leading the Way, One Note at a Time: Composer Clare Loveday at 50 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mareli Stolp, Clare Loveday 490-503
On Heatwave, Silence, and Working as A Woman Composer in South Africa: In Conversation with Clare Loveday EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Andile Khumalo 504-517


ISSN: 0258-509X
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