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The ma'lūf in contemporary Libya ; an Arab Andalusian musical tradition / ; Philip Ciantar,....

https://altair.imarabe.org//notice.php?q=id:126106 book 2016 La 4e de couv. indique : The musical tradition of Ma'luf is believed to have reached North Africa with Muslim and Jewish refugees escaping the Christian reconquista of Spain between the tenth and seventeenth centuries. Although this Arab Andalusian music tradition has been studied in other parts of the region, until now the Libyan version has not received Western scholarly attention. This book explores the place of this orally-transmitted tradition in Libyan life and culture. It investigates the people that make it and the institutions that nurture it as much as the tradition itself. Patronage, music making, discourse about life and music, history, and ideology all unite in a musical tradition which is richly intriguing and intricate beneath its seemingly simple surface. 1 vol. (xviii-183 p.) : ; 24 cm. ; ill., carte, mus., jaquette ill. ; Malouf Histoire et critique Libye Musique arabe Histoire et critique Musique arabo-andalouse Histoire et critique Libye Ciantar, Philip SOAS musicology series ABES
2016
Auteur/Artiste :
Ciantar, Philip (Auteur)  
Année de publication :
2016  
Description matérielle :
1 vol. (xviii-183 p.) : ; 24 cm. ; ill., carte, mus., jaquette ill.  
Notes :
Publié pour la 1e fois par Ashgate (la couverture porte : An Ashgate book).  
Résumé éditeur :
La 4e de couv. indique : The musical tradition of Ma'luf is believed to have reached North Africa with Muslim and Jewish refugees escaping the Christian reconquista of Spain between the tenth and seventeenth centuries. Although this Arab Andalusian music tradition has been studied in other parts of the region, until now the Libyan version has not received Western scholarly attention. This book explores the place of this orally-transmitted tradition in Libyan life and culture. It investigates the people that make it and the institutions that nurture it as much as the tradition itself. Patronage, music making, discourse about life and music, history, and ideology all unite in a musical tradition which is richly intriguing and intricate beneath its seemingly simple surface.  
Mots-clés :
Malouf  
Histoire et critique  
Libye  
Musique arabe  
Musique arabo-andalouse