Enchanting powers : music in the world's religions / edited by Lawrence E. Sullivan.
Contributor(s): Harvard University. Center for the Study of World ReligionsLanguage: English Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1997.Description: viii, 321p. : ill., music ; 23cm.ISBN: 0945454120
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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Tantrism, Rasa and Javanese gamelan music / Judith Becker; World musics and world religions / P.V. Bohlman; Music and historical consciousness among the Dagbamba of Ghana / J. Chernoff; Historicism and the quest for D/divine music / Michael W. Harris; "Musicalizing" the other: shamanistic approaches to ethnic-class competition among the Upper Rio Negro / Jonathan D. Hill; Conceptualizations of music in Jewish mysticism / Moshe Idel; Music, myth and medicine in the Choctaw Indian ballgame / Victoria L. Levine; Islam and music / Seyyed H. Nasr; Music and the Confucian sacrificial ceremony / Rulan Chao Pian; Sounding the word: Islam / Regula B. Qureshi; Mythologies and realities in the study of Jewish music / K.K. Shelemay.