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Carole Pegg

95–102 P. Gilroy : The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (London, 1993) J. Guilbault : Zouk: World Music in the West Indies (Chicago, 1993) P. Manuel : Cassette Culture: Popular Music and Technology in North India (Chicago, 1993) M. Morris : ‘Reading Opera as an Opera Queen’, Music and Difference: Gender and Sexuality in Music Scholarship , ed. R. Solie (Berkeley, 1993), 184–200 S. Slawek : ‘Ravi Shankar as Mediator between Tradition and Modenity’, Ethnomusicology and Modern Music History , eds. S. Blum , P.V. Bohlman and D. Neuman


Frances Barulich

the College of Fine Arts, serving until his retirement in 1957 . He studied composition throughout his life, training with horatio Parker , Nadia Boulanger , Roy Harris , paul Hindemith , and at Mills College with Darius Milhaud ( 1947–50 ). A prolific composer, he wrote two operas (including Little Jo , 1947–9 ), a musical comedy (  Joy Comes to Deadhorse ), four symphonies, other orchestral and chamber music, numerous songs and choral works, and dozens of electronic works. He collected thousands of field recordings of traditional music, which comprise the