The Oxford Handbook of Music Revival

Together these essays reveal the potency of acts of revival, resurgence, restoration, and renewal in shaping musical landscapes and transforming social experience.

Author: Caroline Bithell

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199765030

Category: Music

Page: 701

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Revivals - movements that revitalize, resuscitate, or re-indigenize traditions perceived as threatened or moribund into new temporal, spatial, or cultural contexts - have been well-documented in Western Europe and Euro-North America. Less documented are the revival processes that have been occurring and recurring elsewhere in the world. And particularly under-analyzed are the aftermaths of revivals: the new infrastructures, musical styles, performance practices, subcultural communities, and value systems that have grown out of revival movements. The Oxford Handbook of Music Revival helps us achieve a deeper understanding of the role and development of traditional, folk, roots, world, classical, and early music in modern-day postindustrial, postcolonial, and postwar contexts. The book's thirty chapters present innovative theoretical perspectives illustrated through new ethnographic case studies on diverse music cultures around the world. Together these essays reveal the potency of acts of revival, resurgence, restoration, and renewal in shaping musical landscapes and transforming social experience. The contributors present research from Euro-America, Native America, Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, the former Soviet bloc, Asia, Australia, and the Pacific. They enrich the field by applying approaches and insights from across the disciplines of ethnomusicology, ethnochoreology, historical musicology, folklore studies, anthropology, ethnology, sociology, and cultural studies. The book makes a powerful argument for the untapped potential of revival as a productive analytical tool in contemporary, global contexts-one that is crucial for understanding manifestations of musical heritage in postmodern, cosmopolitan societies. With its detailed treatment of authenticity, recontextualization, transmission, institutionalization, globalization, and other key concerns, the collection makes a significant impact far beyond the field of revival studies and is crucial for understanding contemporary manifestations of folk, traditional, and heritage music in today's postmodern cosmopolitan societies.

The Ethnic Revival

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An “ ethnic revival ' ? What do we mean , when we speak of an “ ethnic revival ' in
the modern world ? Are we justified in using such a term to refer ...

Author: Anthony D. Smith

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 9780521232678

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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Explores the ethnic separatisms and 'neo-nationalisms' that threatened to undermine the fragile stability of the world order in the early 1980s.

The Azusa Street Mission and Revival

left them free to move about other parts of Asia, wherever they could gain a
hearing. Meanwhile, since another revival had been in progress on the western
side of India, about one hundred miles southeast of Bombay [now Mumbai].

Author: Cecil M. Robeck

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418568198

Category: History

Page: 354

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Nearly twenty-five percent of the world's Christians count themselves among the Charismatic and Pentecostal family of Christian Movements, yet few know how Pentecostalism began. The Azusa Street Mission and Revival tells the story of the small racially-inclusive group that gathered in Los Angeles in 1906 and changed the world of Christianity. With little more than a printing press, a trolley stop and a powerful message, the revival that began at Apostolic Faith Mission on Azusa Street, rapidly crossed more than race lines-into Mexico, Western Europe, Scandinavia and West Africa-and began to change the landscape of Christianity. The complete story of the Mission has finally been recorded, with photographs, articles and testimonies.

Pioneers of Islamic Revival

Author: ʻAlī Rāhnamā

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781856492546

Category: Political Science

Page: 279

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Pioneers of Islamic Revival examines the political environments, lives and works of those diverse nineteenth- and twentieth-century Muslim thinkers who believed that Islam was capable of providing practical solutions to the problems of the modern world.


The Rise and Fall of the Ethnic Revival

Epilogue The Rise and Fall of the “ Ethnic Revival ” in the USA THE
SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION FACES A RIDDLE There is a vast amount of
evidence pointing to the conclusion that an “ ethnic revival ” of sorts occurred in
the U.S.A. ...

Author: Joshua A. Fishman

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110106046

Category: Electronic books

Page: 531

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CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE brings to students, researchers and practitioners in all of the social and language-related sciences carefully selected book-length publications dealing with sociolinguistic theory, methods, findings and applications. It approaches the study of language in society in its broadest sense, as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches, theoretical and empirical, supplement and complement each other. The series invites the attention of linguists, language teachers of all interests, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists, historians etc. to the development of the sociology of language.

The Revival of Classical Tongue

THE HEBREW LANGUAGE BEFORE BEN YEHUDA In order to assess the
significance of Ben Yehuda's role in the revival of the Hebrew language, the
meaning of the term 'revival' must be made clear from the outset. The term 'revival
' as ...

Author: Jack Fellman

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110879107

Category: Social Science

Page: 151

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CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE brings to students, researchers and practitioners in all of the social and language-related sciences carefully selected book-length publications dealing with sociolinguistic theory, methods, findings and applications. It approaches the study of language in society in its broadest sense, as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches, theoretical and empirical, supplement and complement each other. The series invites the attention of linguists, language teachers of all interests, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists, historians etc. to the development of the sociology of language.


The Great Revival

Within several years, however, some of the more orthodox clergy began to
withdraw their approval, while others, still more rigid, declared the revival and its
excesses to be nothing more than the demonic delusions of an ignorant people.

Author: John B. Boles

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 081314857X

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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Drawing upon the religious writings of southern evangelicals, John Boles asserts that the extraordinary crowds and miraculous transformations that distinguished the South's First Great Awakening were not simply instances of emotional excess but the expression of widespread and complex attitudes toward God. Converted southerners were starkly individualistic, interested more in gaining personal salvation in a hopelessly evil world than in improving society. As Boles shows in this landmark study, the effect of the Revival was to throw over the region a conservative cast that remains dominant in contemporary southern thought and life.


The Egyptian Revival

CHAPTER Attitudes in America The purpose of this chapter is to discuss Egyptian
architecture as it was understood in the United States at the time of its Revival .
The distant ancestry of this eclectic movement , as well as its immediate ...

Author: Richard G. Carrott

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520033245

Category: Architecture

Page: 221

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The Evangelical Revival

Although the climacteric years of the Evangelical Revival may reasonably be said
to have ended by the 1830s, it would be mistaken to suppose that the
phenomenon of the religious revival ceased to appear. The change in the post-
1830 age ...

Author: G.M. Ditchfield

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135364788

Category: History

Page: 144

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The word-wide impact of evangelicalism has long been recognized as a vital force. Providing both a clear and accessible guide to the recent literature, this introduction examines the revival in the British Isles during the 18th and 19th-century within a broadly international context. By investigating the nature of the revival and emphasizing its link with popular culture, this analysis explores the centrality of religion in this period. Posing questions such a "how far was the revival a threat to order?" And "what was its influence on society?" This work provides an introduction to the topic for all A-level and undergraduate students of 18th and 19th-century British history.


The Revival of Death

This book is about the revival of death as a fit topic of conversation in home,
hospital and society at large. My term 'revival' deliberately suggests something
akin to a religious revival. But religious revivals rarely last long, their fire sooner
or later ...

Author: Tony Walter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134814623

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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Talking about death is now fashionable, but how should we talk? Who should we listen to - priests, doctors, cousellors, or ourselves? Has psychology replaced religion in telling us how to die? This provocative book takes a sociological look at the revival of interest in death, focusing on the hospice movement and bereavement counselling. It will be required reading for anyone interested in the sociology of death and caring for the dying, the dead or bereaved.

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"Great. Revival". or. "Great. Reformation"? The. Privatization. of. Northern.
Revivalism. D. THE GENERAL public satisfaction over the success of the
awakening, some voices questioned whether the relational piety of family and
friends or the ...

Author: Kathryn Teresa Long

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195354539

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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This book provides a fresh, in-depth examination of the Revival of 1857-58, a widespread religious awakening most famous for urban prayer meetings in major metropolitan centers across the United States. Often mentioned in religious history texts and articles but overshadowed by scholarly attention to the first and second "Great Awakenings," the revival has lacked a critical, book-length analysis. This study will help to fill this gap and to place the event within the context of Protestant revival traditions in America. The Revival of 1857-58 was a multifaceted religious movement that Long suggests may have been the closest thing to a truly national revival in American history. The awakening marked the coming together of formalist and populist evangelical groups, particularly in urban areas, and helped to create the beginnings of a transdenominational religious identity among middle-class American evangelicals. Long explores the revival from various angles, emphasizing the importance of historiography and examining the way Calvinist clergy and the editors of the daily press canonized particular versions of the revival story, most notably its role in the history of great awakenings and its character as a masculine "businessmen's revival." She gives attention to grassroots perspectives on the awakening and also pursues wider social and cultural questions, including whether the revival actually affected evangelical involvement in social reform. The book combines insights from contemporary scholarship concerning revivals, women's history, and nineteenth-century mass print with extensive primary source research. The result is a clearly written study that blends careful description with nuanced analysis.

The North American Folk Music Revival Nation and Identity in the United States and Canada 1945 1980

Introduction Although the folk revival had its roots in the urban culture of left-wing
intellectuals, by the end of the 1950s, folk music was beginning to intersect with
the ever-growing youth culture. Groups such as The Weavers and The Kingston ...

Author: Dr Gillian Mitchell

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 1409493679

Category: Music

Page: 224

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This work represents the first comparative study of the folk revival movement in Anglophone Canada and the United States and combines this with discussion of the way folk music intersected with, and was structured by, conceptions of national affinity and national identity. Based on original archival research carried out principally in Toronto, Washington and Ottawa, it is a thematic, rather than general, study of the movement which has been influenced by various academic disciplines, including history, musicology and folklore. Dr Gillian Mitchell begins with an introduction that provides vital context for the subject by tracing the development of the idea of 'the folk', folklore and folk music since the nineteenth century, and how that idea has been applied in the North American context, before going on to examine links forged by folksong collectors, artists and musicians between folk music and national identity during the early twentieth century. With the 'boom' of the revival in the early sixties came the ways in which the movement in both countries proudly promoted a vision of nation that was inclusive, pluralistic and eclectic. It was a vision which proved compatible with both Canada and America, enabling both countries to explore a diversity of music without exclusiveness or narrowness of focus. It was also closely linked to the idealism of the grassroots political movements of the early 1960s, such as integrationist civil rights, and the early student movement. After 1965 this inclusive vision of nation in folk music began to wane. While the celebrations of the Centennial in Canada led to a re-emphasis on the 'Canadianness' of Canadian folk music, the turbulent events in the United States led many ex-revivalists to turn away from politics and embrace new identities as introspective singer-songwriters. Many of those who remained interested in traditional folk music styles, such as Celtic or Klezmer music, tended to be very insular and conservative in their approach, rather than linking their chosen genre to a wider world of folk music; however, more recent attempts at 'fusion' or 'world' music suggest a return to the eclectic spirit of the 1960s folk revival. Thus, from 1945 to 1980, folk music in Canada and America experienced an evolving and complex relationship with the concepts of nation and national identity. Students will find the book useful as an introduction, not only to key themes in the folk revival, but also to concepts in the study of national identity and to topics in American and Canadian cultural history. Academic specialists will encounter an alternative perspective from the more general, broad approach offered by earlier histories of the folk revival movement.

Revival Fires

... believing God had told him to hire a large stadium. Healing hand The president
, interested asked "Can God heal me?" "Give me your hand", replied Hicks, and
prayed. The eczema disappeared! Permission to hold the page 32 - Revival ...

Author:

Publisher: Multiply Publications

ISBN: 9781900878005

Category: Religious awakening

Page: 42

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Revival in the Valley of Dry Bones

f AA any Christians say they want revival. Too often, however, JL y b what they
call revival is nothing more than a phony, counterfeit revival that they can
personally control. Here is the truth about revival: if we set it up, if we organize it,
if we ...

Author: Arthur Mackey Jr.

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1597811564

Category: Religion

Page: 80

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In this book entitled Revival in the Valley of Dry Bones: Raising Up an Exceeding Great Army, Pastor Mackey states, "Clearly, there is a dire need today in our cities for a word of true prophetic destiny that sets the captive free from the brutal bondage of modern-day slavery where the poor are the last to be hired and the first to be fired. Even in the midst of the valley of apparent hopelessness, we must not give up,because there is divine hope from above. We can be the visionaries of victory rather than the everlasting victims of the vicious system."

Fictions of the Irish Literary Revival

Introduction What follows is a study of the fiction of the Irish Literary Revival . It is
a fiction written by those who revolutionized Irish perceptions and sensibilities ,
who produced an enduring body of literature , and who became dominant figures
 ...

Author: John Wilson Foster

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 9780815623748

Category: Social Science

Page: 428

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This is a critical survey of the fiction and non-fiction written in Ireland during the key years between 1880 and 1920, or what has become known as the Irish Literary Renaissance. The book considers both the prose and the social and cultural forces working through it.

Holiness the Key to Revival

Chapter 3 A Clean Heart -> Holiness -> Revival ! 'Therefore if anyone cleanses
himself. ... he will be a vessel for honour, sanctified and fit for the Master's use' 2
Timothy 2:21(KJV) PERSONAL REVIVAL and a life of holiness EFFECTIVE ...

Author:

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1612151515

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