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- EmT1. How have musical instruments affected the history of jazz?
- EmT2. What kind of music did African slaves bring to America?
- EmT3. Why did the blues develop?
- EmT4. What was jazz like under the Nazi's?
- EmT5. Why did jazz happen?
- EmT6. How did the music of Cuba affect jazz?
- EmT7. Is jazz essentially a non-western music?
- EmT8. How is jazz influenced by African music?
- EmT9. Is jazz dead?
Internet Resources on Ethnomusicology
- The UCLA Herb Albert School of Music - Department of Ethnomusicology on Definition of World Music vs. Ethnomusicology
- CONTINENTAL DRIFT 50 years of Jazz from Europe July 2016 - Conference Proceedings. Published by Continental Drift Publishing Edinburgh Napier University. Edinburgh: United Kingdom, 2017. ISBN: 978 1 78808 706 3.
- Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: ‘Young German Jazz’ and the Politics of Jazz Cosmopolitanism in Germany by William Bares.
- Chapter 2: The Role of the Festival Producer in the Development of Jazz in Europe by Emma Webster.
- Chapter 3: Cultural Factories and the Contemporary Production Line by Petter Frost Fadnes.
- Chapter 4: Sampling the Past: The Role and Function of Vintage Music within Electro Swing by Chris Inglis.
- Chapter 5: 50 Years of Academic Jazz in Central Europe: Musicological and artistic research perspectives in a case study of local jazz history in Graz by Michael Kahr.
- Chapter 6: Vocal Jazz Accent: Some of my best friends are American by Renée Stefanie.
- Chapter 7: 'Out of Nowhere?': Pre-War Jazz Networks and the Making of Post-War Belgian Jazz by Matthias Heyman.