Vol 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editors' Note
Regine Allgayer-Kaufmann, Gerd Grupe

Articles

On the Significance of Ethnological Studies for the Psychology and Aesthetics of Musical Art
Carl Stumpf, Erich von Hornbostel
1-12
Social Constructionism as an Ethnomusicological Approach
Johannes Brusila
13-26
Maloya Music as World Cultural Heritage: The Cultural, Political, and Ethical Fallout of Labeling
Guillaume Samson
27-43
Intangible Culture as Heritage: The Linđo – Kolo Dance, from the Dubrovnik Littoral
Tvrtko Zebec
44-56
Rhythm in Life and in Popular Art in Sicily
Alberto Favara
57-101
Maqâm-e Delkash: A Comparative Look at the Concept and Characteristics of Maqâm in Persian Dastgâhi Music
Ârash Mohâfez
102-139