Music and musicians in the medieval Islamicate world : a social history / Lisa Nielson.Series: Early and medieval Islamic worldPublisher: London [England] : I.B. Tauris, 2021Distributor: London [England] : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource ( 240 pages.)Content type: text Media type: electronic Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780755617913; 0755617916; 9780755617906; 0755617908Subject(s): Music -- Islamic countries -- History | Musicians -- Islamic countries -- History | Music | Musicians | Islamic countriesDDC classification: 780.9 LOC classification: ML3545 | .N56 2021
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Section I. Musical culture in the early Islamic courts. Chapter 1. Music and musicians ; Chapter 2. Musicianship and performance ; Chapter 3. Patronage -- Section II. Representations of musicianship and identity. Chapter 4. Literary performance of music and reading musical identity ; Chapter 5.Slavery and gender ; Chapter 6. Ethnos and gens -- Section III. Diversions of pleasure Chapter 7. Discomfort and censure ; Chapter 8. "Sama" and practice ; Chapter 9. The politics of listening.
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