Meaning in benga Music of Western Kenya

Verfasser / Komponist: Barz, Gregory F.
Medientyp: E-Article
veröffentlicht: British Forum for Ethnomusicology
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rft.atitle Meaning in benga Music of Western Kenya
rft.epage 115
rft.genre article
rft.issn 0968-1221
rft.issue 1
rft.jtitle British Journal of Ethnomusicology
rft.tpages 8
rft.pages 107-115
rft.pub British Forum for Ethnomusicology
rft.date 2001-01-01
x.date 2001-01-01T00:00:00Z
rft.spage 107
rft.volume 10
abstract <p>This article presents three ethnographic case studies relating to benga music and related genres in Kisumu town in western Kenya that point to ways in which musical performances can be understood as affording multiple layers of meaning. I suggest that musical performance be approached as a multivalent process within which many meanings and interpretations are projected and received, and I outline ways in which benga and related musical performances (gospel singing, nyatiti playing and praise singing) can be understood through a stylistics of listening in which the reception of meaning and the experience of listening are coextensive.</p>
authors Barz Gregory F.
languages eng
url https://www.jstor.org/stable/3060774
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