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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52946
Doc. No:TL22900
Call number:‭3249427‬
Main Entry:Tanya H. Merchant Henson
Title & Author:Constructing musical tradition in Uzbek institutionsTanya H. Merchant Henson
College:University of California, Los Angeles
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:261
Abstract:Central Asia is a region of tremendously diverse musical cultures, whose embedding in a complex Islamic-influenced, post-Soviet environment requires a broad and innovative scholarly approach. The case of Uzbekistan demands special attention to state-run institutions, because they are so pervasive in the musical lives of both musicians and the general public. This dissertation is grounded in extensive Uzbek- and Russian-language fieldwork and archival research. It focuses on the institutionalization of "traditional" music in Uzbekistan, and addresses the following research questions: How is the concept of "tradition" constructed and applied to the theory and practice of Uzbek music? How do discourses of nationalism and regionalism come into play with this concept of "tradition?" How do institutions shape musical practices in order to support discourses of nationalism, authenticity, and historical legacy? How do individuals within these institutions receive and remake these messages to fit their own agendas? How does the role of women in Uzbek society affect their participation in musical communities and the types of music that they make? How do discourses of nationalism and "tradition" affect the different musics that they are applied to, such as popular music, Shashmaqom (lit. "six modes," a repertoire traced back to the medieval courts of Buhara), and Western classical music? This work focuses on the relationship between individual musicians and the hierarchies and standards set by state-run institutions; it also pays particular attention to the performance of gender both at the conservatory and in the musical world more generally.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Social sciences; Education; Ethnomusicology; Institutions; Maqom; Musical tradition; Uzbek; Cultural anthropology; Music; Music education; 0326:Cultural anthropology; 0413:Music; 0522:Music education
Added Entry:H. R. Rees, Timothy
Added Entry:University of California, Los Angeles