Cover of MUSICultures 47

Latest Issue of MUSICultures

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the most recent issue of MUSICultures (47), which features a collection of articles on “Parody: Intertextuality and Music,” as well as a section of articles on open topics.

This issue is available to current members of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music here (non-members can freely access issues more than 3 years old). For membership/subscription information, please visit the website of the Canadian Society for Traditional Music. Or check your library for access.

The contents of this issue include:

Introduction

IAN BRODIE
Parody: Intertextuality and Music

 

Articles: Parody 

KATARZYNA HERD and JAKOB LÖFGREN
Mocking Others, Parodying Ourselves: Chants and Songs Used in Swedish Football

LAURA LOHMAN
“More Truth than Poetry”: Parody and Intertextuality in Early American Political Song

MELODIE MICHEL
The Iberian Villancico de Negro: Between Parody, Cooptation, and Agency

DURRELL BOWMAN
Cut Every Corner: Intertextuality and Parody in the Music of The Simpsons

MICHAEL S. O’BRIEN
From Soccer Chant to Sonic Meme: Sound Politics and Parody in Argentina’s “Hit of the Summer”

 

Articles: Open Topics 

LOUISE BARRIÈRE
Se réapproprier la nuit : Politiques et représentations musicales de la nuit urbaine, de la Walpurgisnacht aux festivals punk-féministes

ÉLISE IMRAY PAPINEAU
At the Crossroads of Piety and Aging: “Punk Hijrah” in Java, Indonesia

MARIE-CHRISTINE PARENT
Le « moutya otantik » en tant que patrimoine : Mémoires, représentations et construction de l’authenticité d’une pratique musicale de tradition orale en contexte postcolonial

 

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