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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 34-35, No 1 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Crisis? What Crisis? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stephanus Muller, Willemien Froneman vii-xviii
The Politics of Musical Meaning: The Case of Jeanne Zaidel- Rudolph’s Masada EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Annemie Stimie Behr 1-28
Shifty Records in Apartheid South Africa: Innovations in Independent Record Company Resistance EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Michael Drewett 29-62
Conference Report: Contesting Freedoms – A Colloquium on Music Studies in a Democratic South Africa, University of South Africa, 27-28 March 2014 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Cara Stacey 63-68
Opinion Piece: The ‘Reshef Affair’: A Personal Reflection EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jeffrey Brukman 69-89
Conference Report: South African Society for Research in Music Eighth and Ninth Annual Congresses EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mareli Stolp 92-96
Interview with Robert Fokkens EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Robert Fokkens, Andile Khumalo 97-108
From the Incompatible to the Provisionally Synthesised in the Music of Robert Fokkens EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Chris van Rhyn 109-134
Book Review: The Girls in the Baobab: Venda Stories from the Limpopo Valley EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ernest Patrick Monte 135-138
Andrew Tracey and the Art of Embodied Knowledge EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kathryn Olsen, Christopher Cockburn 141-145
Andrew Tracey: Performer, Scholar, Teacher, Mentor EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Diane Thram, Michael Blake, Mandy Carver 146-167
Cracking the Rhythm Codes in the Music of the Lumko District EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Dave Dargie 171-204
Review Article: Keeping Time: 1964-1974 the Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Niklas C. Zimmer 207-228
Peter Rezant: Doyen of South African Jazz-Band Leaders Introduction and Interview EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christopher Ballantine 229-261
Experiences of Belonging and Exclusion in the Production and Reception of Some Contemporary South African Jazz: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nishlyn Ramanna 262-289
Book Review: Sounding the Cape: Music, Identity and Politics in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Francesca Inglese 290-296
No Consolation: The Poetics of Lament and the Insistence of Complicity EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Heidi Grunebaum 299-310
From Strange Rooms: Music, Landscape, and the Failure of Response EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Daniel M. Grimley 311-324
A Literary Critique of Death Songs: Night is Coming – A Threnody for the Victims of Marikana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gillian Schutte 325-336
What do we then do, Aryan? Where do we then go? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Matthew Pateman 337-351
Disquiet EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Aidan Erasmus 352-363
Negotiating Vision: Listening with the Eyes and Hearing Landscape Critically EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Carina Venter 364-390
River Blindness EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stacy Hardy 391-405
The Flute Becomes a Gun: A Flautist’s Perspectives on Aryan Kaganof’s Film Night is Coming: A Threnody for the Victims of Marikana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Marietjie Pauw 408-425
Analysing ‘from the inside out’: Frederic Rzewski’s De Profundis from a Performer’s Perspective EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mareli Stolp 426-458
Performance Exploring the Role of Pianists’ Emotional Engagement with Music in a Solo Performance EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Catherine Foxcroft, Clorinda Panebianco-Warrens 459-498
On Being Undone by Music: Thoughts Towards a South African Future Worth Having EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Christopher Ballantine 501-520
Some Implications of Being Undone by Music: A Response to Christopher Ballantine EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Barbara Titus 521-528
Political Speculations on Music and Social Cohesion EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mohammad Shabangu 529-538


ISSN: 0258-509X
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