Vol 2, No 1 (2016)

Improvisation and Vernacular Traditions in Historical Performance

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Introduction
 
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Author Biographies
 
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Articles

Fighting Dragons (Or Witches): Western North Carolina Mountain Tradition-Bearers of Seventeenth-Century British Broadside Ballads
Donna Corriher
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Comparing New World Traditions: Conflict and Resistance in the Appalachian Protest Song and the Mexican Corrido
Benjamin Duvall-Irwin
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Widening Origins: Twa Sisters, Singing Bones, and the Slavic “Usna tradytsiya”
Christopher Hepburn
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Closing the gap: Observations on cross-genre programs and the exchange of historical performance practices
Dr. Kim Pineda
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TIBIA EX TEMPORE, Medieval Flute Meditations: An attempt to reconstruct the contemplative art of instrumental improvisation in thirteenth-century Paris
Norbert Rodenkirchen
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Reviews

Review of Played Out on the Strip: The Rise and Fall of Las Vegas Casino Bands by Janis L. McKay
Stephanie Joy Rizvi-Stewart
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Full Issue

Journal of the Vernacular Music Center: Improvisation and Vernacular Traditions in Historical Performance
 
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