Her edited collection the past in music appeared as a special issue of the journal ethnomusicology forum 2007 her new monograph on the natural voice and world song is forthcoming together with other new work on georgian polyphony she is also co editor of the oxford handbook of music revival. The oxford handbook of music revival edited by caroline bithell and juniper hill oxford handbooks provides geographically temporally and theoretically comprehensive explication of revival processes represents a vital update to existing theoretical work on music revivals. The oxford handbook of music revival fills this gap and helps us achieve a deeper understanding of how and why musical pasts are reimagined and transfigured in modern day postindustrial postcolonial and postwar contexts. This handbook takes on the task of examining the history of music listening over the past two hundred years it uses the art of listening as a leitmotif encompassing an entanglement of interdependent practices and discourses about a learnable mode of perception the art of listening first emerged around 1800 and was adopted and adapted across the public realm to suit a wide range of
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