Yorb music in the twentieth century identity agency and performance practice by bode omojola is a unique and refreshing take on the study of yorb music grounding a wide range of yorb musical genres in nigerian history as well as in the experiences of specific ensembles and artists this study coheres as a narrative journey that . Get this from a library yorb music in the twentieth century identity agency and performance practice bode omojola from the primeval age of ayngal the yorb pioneer drummer turned deity of drumming to the modern era yorb musical traditions have been shaped by individual performers drummers . Bode omojolas yorb music in the twentieth century effectively deconstructs the notion of a singular yorb musical culture revealing instead a colourful tapestry of socially and aesthetically diverse traditions that are united in many cases only by shared language and national history. Yorb music in the twentieth century explores the role of the performer and the performing group in creating these traditions contributing to the ongoing reorientation of scholarship on african music toward individual creativity within a larger social network. Previous article in issue a disability of the soul an ethnography of schizophrenia and mental illness in contemporary japan by karen nakamura previous article in issue a disability of the soul an ethnography of schizophrenia and mental illness in contemporary japan by karen nakamura next article
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