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This bibliography has been compiled by Christine Lucia, and was last updated on 20/09/2019. It includes doctoral dissertations but not masters theses, honours theses, or reviews. Additions/corrections/suggestions welcome- please feel free to write to contact us using the contact form on the Student Portal page or look us up on Facebook.

 

1994

Brown, Ernest. 1994. ‘The Guitar and the “Mbira”: Resilience, Assimilation, and Pan-Africanism in Zimbabwean Music.’ the world of music 36(2), 73-117.

 

Chilvers, Garth. 1994. History of Contemporary Music of South Africa. Braamfontein: Toga Publishing.

 

Coplan, David B. 1994. In the Time of Cannibals: The Word Music of South Africa’s Basotho Migrants. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

 

Erlmann, Veit. 1994. ‘“Africa Civilised, Africa Uncivilised”: Local Culture, World System and South Africa.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 14, 1-14.

 

Gunner, Liz, ed. 1994. Politics and Performance: Theatre, Poetry and Song in Southern Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

 

Larkin, Deirdre. 1994. ‘The Symphonic Poem and Tone Poem in South Africa.’ Ars Nova: Unisa Musicologica 26(1), 5-42.

 

Muller, Carol Ann. 1994. ‘Nazarite Song, Dance and Dreams: The Sacralization of Time, Space and the Female Body in South Africa.’ PhD diss., New York University.

 

Pillay, Jayendran. 1994. ‘Music, Ritual, and Identity Among Hindu South Africans.’ PhD diss., Wesleyan University.

 

Reid, Sylvia. 1994. ‘Music as a Subject at Secondary School: A Non-elistist Approach.’ Ars Nova: Unisa Musicologica 26(1), 80-96.

 

Spies, Bertha. 1994. ‘Oppervlakkonstrukte as Sleutel tot Dieperliggende Strukturele Verhoudings: ’n Huldeblyk aan Witold Lutoslawski (1913-1994).’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 14, 49-64.

 

Steyn, Frances Caroline. 1994. ‘Three Unknown Carthusian Liturgical Manuscripts with Music of the 14th to the 16th Centuries in the Grey Collection, South African Library, Cape Town.’ DMus diss., University of South Africa.

 

Van der Mescht, Heinrich. 1994. ‘In Search of the Origins of Herbert Howells’ Two Afrikaans Songs.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 14, 65-70.

 

Viljoen, Martina, Nicol Viljoen and A. Pelser. 1994. ‘Career Expectations and Experiences of Some Professional Musicians in a Changing South Africa.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 14, 71-82.

 

Viljoen, Nicol. 1994. ‘Harmonic Classification, Analysis and Interpretation in Jazz.’ Ars Nova: Unisa Musicologica 26(1), 43-60.

 

Wells, Robin E. 1994. An Introduction to the Music of the Basotho. Morija: Morija Museum and Archives.

1995

Albertyn, Eric. 1995. ‘Francesco Venturini and His Concerti Di Camera, Op. 1.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 15, 1-14.

 

Campbell, James T. 1995. Songs of Zion: The African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States and South Africa. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Esterhuysen, Peter. 1995. Kippie Moeketsi: Sad Man of Jazz. Johannesburg: Viva Books.

 

Hamm, Charles. 1995. ‘Home Cooking and American Soul in Black South African Popular Music.’ In Putting Popular Music in Its Place, 139-49. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Hamm, Charles. 1995. ‘African-American Music, South Africa and Apartheid.’ In Putting Popular Music in Its Place, 167-209. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Hamm, Charles. 1995. ‘“The Constant Companion of Man”: Separate Development, Radio Bantu, and Music.’ In Putting Popular Music in Its Place, 210-48. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Hamm, Charles. 1995. ‘Privileging the Moment of Reception: Music and Radio in South Africa.’ In Putting Popular Music in Its Place, 249-69. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Krynauw, Elizabeth. 1995. ‘Suid-Afrikaanse Kammernusiek: ’n Historiese Oorsig.’ Ars Nova: Unisa Musicologica 27(1), 8-49.

 

McGregor, Maxine. 1995. Chris McGregor and the Brotherhood of Breath: My Life with a South African Jazz Pioneer. Flint, MI: Bamberger Books.

 

Steyn, Carol. 1995. ‘The Didactic Verses in MS Cape Town Grey 4c7.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 15, 33-50.

1996

Allen, Lara. 1996. ‘“Drumbeats, Pennywhistles and All That Jazz”: The Relationship between Urban South African Musical Styles and Musical Meaning.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(3), 52-9.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 1996. ‘Fact, Ideology and Paradox: African Elements in Early Black South African jazz and Vaudeville.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(3), 44-51.

 

Bezuidenhout, Morné. 1996. ‘The Franciscan Lampshade Fragments in Port Elizabeth.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 16, 1-10.

 

Dargie, Dave. 1996. ‘African Methods of Music Education – Some Reflections.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(3), 30-43.

 

De Lowerntal, Elizabeth. 1996. ‘Curricular Innovations in African Music History: A Zimbabwean Case Study.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 16, 11-18.

 

Erlmann, Veit. 1996. Nightsong: Performance, Power, and Practice in South Africa. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

 

Hansen, Deidre. 1996. ‘Bushmen Music: Still an Unknown.’ In Miscast: Negotiating the Presence of the Bushmen, edited by P. Skotnes, 297-305. Cape Town: UCT Press.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 1996. ‘Wada: A Sacred Venda Drum.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 16, 48-57.

 

Lüdemann, Winfried. 1996. ‘Is the Chameleon Showing its True Colour? Roelof Temmingh at 50.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 16, 58-62.

 

Muller, Carol A. 1996. ‘Sathima Bea Benjamin, Exile and the ‘Southern Touch’ in Jazz Creation and Performance.’ African Languages and Cultures 9(2), 127-43.

 

Ndlovu, Caesar Maxwell Jeffrey. 1996. ‘Religion, Tradition and Custom in a Zulu Male Vocal Idiom.’ PhD diss., Rhodes University.

Steyn, Carol. 1996. ‘‘MS Cape Town 4C7’: One of the First Antiphonaries Written for the Charterhouse of Champmol, Mausoleum of the Dukes of Burgundy.’ Ars Nova: Unisa Musicologica 28(1), 48-60.

 

Washington, Salim and Paul Garon. 1996. ‘Responses to Crossover Dreams.’ In Race Traitor, edited by Noel Ignatiev and John Garvey, 163-78. New York: Routledge.

 

Wells, Robin. 1996. ‘Sesotho Music: A Contemporary Perspective.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(3), 68-75.

1997

Baines, Gary. 1997. ‘The Little Jazz Town: The Social History and Musical Styles of Black Grahamstown in the 1950s and 1960s.’ Papers Presented at the Symposium on Ethnomusicology Number 14, 1996, edited by Andrew Tracey, 47-56. Grahamstown: International Library of African Music.

 

Breakey, Basil and Steve Gordon. 1997. Beyond the Blues: Township Jazz in the ’60s and ’70s. Cape Town: David Philip.

 

Engelbrecht, Rika and Beverly Parker. 1997. ‘South African Postgraduate Theses in Music: A Catalogue of Theses Accepted from 1932 through 1996.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 17.

 

 

Mans, Minette Elaine. 1997. ‘Namibian Music and Dance as Ngoma in Arts Education.’ PhD diss., University of Natal.

 

Ndlovu, Cesar J.M. 1997. ‘Red-carpet Treatment of Western Classical Music in Black South African Music Competitions.’ In Papers Presented at the Symposium on Ethnomusicology Number 14, 1996, edited by A. Tracey, 100-103. Grahamstown: International Library of African Music.

1998

Bräuninger, Jürgen. 1998. ‘Gumboots to the Rescue.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 17, 1-16.

 

Byerly, Ingrid Bianca. 1998. ‘Mirror, Mediator, and Prophet: The Music Indaba of Late-Apartheid South Africa.’ Ethnomusicology 42(1), 1-44.

 

Erskine Peter. 1998. The Drum Perspective: Writings, Wisdom and Musings on the Art of Making Music. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Corporation.

 

Solie, Ruth A. 1998. ‘On Rainbows, Communities, and a Musicology of the Everyday.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 18, 35-46.

 

Van der Mescht, Heinrich. 1998. ‘Herbert Howells’ Visit to South Africa in 1921: His Views on Music and Musicians.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 18, 47-60.

1999

Azim, Erica. 1999. ‘On Teaching Americans to Play Like Zimbabweans.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(4), 175-80.

 

Erlmann, Veit. 1999. Music, Modernity and the Global Imagination: South Africa and the West. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Jackson, Melveen. 1999. ‘Indian South African Popular Music, the Broadcast Media, and the Record Industry: 1920-1983.’ DPhil diss., University of Natal.

 

James, Deborah. 1999. Songs of the Women Migrants: Performance and Identity in South Africa. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

 

Kartomi, Margaret J. 1999. ‘Ethnomusicological Education for a Humane Society: Ethical Issues in the Post-colonial, Post-apartheid Era.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(4), 166-74.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 1999. ‘Singing Psalms with Owls: A Venda 20th-Century Musical History.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(4), 122-46.

 

Kubik, Gerhard. 1999. ‘The 12-Bar Blues Form in South African Kwela and its Reinterpretation.’ In Africa and the Blues, 161-85. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.

 

Loeb van Zuilenburg, Paul. 1999. ‘Klaas van Oostveen, Theorist and Composer: An Analytical Study of Selected Works with Special Reference to his Melodic Ideas.’ DMus diss., University of South Africa.

 

Martin, Denis-Constant. 1999. Coon Carnival: New Year in Cape Town, Past and Present. Cape Town: David Philip.

 

Muller, Carol and Janet Topp Fargion. 1999. ‘Gumboots, Bhaca Migrants, and Fred Astaire: South African Worker Dance and Musical Style.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 7(4), 88-109.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 1999. ‘Deconstructing the Rainbow: On the Nature of South African Music.’ Obelisk News 20, 2-11.

 

Veeran, Naresh. 1999. ‘Orchestral Music Was the Music of the Working Class: Indian Popular Music, Performance Practices and Identity Among Indian South Africans in Durban, 1930-1970.’ DPhil diss., University of Natal.

2000

Allen, Lara. 2000. ‘Representation, Gender and Women in Black South African Popular Music, 1948-1960.’ PhD diss., University of Cambridge.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2000. ‘Gender, Migrancy, and South African Popular Music in the Late 1940s and the 1950s.’ Ethnomusicology 44(3), 376-407.

 

Cook, Nicholas. 1999/2000. ‘Whose Music of a Century? Performance, History and Multiple Voices.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 19/20, 1-14.

 

Gordon, M. 2000. Uncovering the Music Industry in South Africa. Miami: Premier Music Education Press.

 

James, Jennifer Sharon. 2000. ‘Generic Style Music Preferences of Urban South African Students.’ DEd. diss., University of Durban-Westville.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 1999/2000. ‘Of Wizards and Madmen: Venda Zwilombe, Part I.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 19/20, 15-32.

 

Muller, Stephanus Jacobus van Zyl. 2000. ‘Sounding Margins: Musical Representations of White South Africa.’ PhD diss., Oxford University. [Published by A & C Black, London]

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2000. ‘Postmortem of Biopsie? Oor Middelpuntvliedende Kragte, Skynmodulasies, Reënboë en Suid­Afrikaanse Musikologie.’ Tydskrif Vir Geesteswetenskappe 40(3), 23-­39.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2000. ‘Imagining Afrikaners Musically: Reflections On the ‘African Music’ of Stefans Grové.’ Literator 21(3), 12-­38.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 1999/2000. ‘Protesting Relevance: John Joubert and the Politics of Music.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 19/20, 33-­46.

 

Pavlicevic, Mercédès. 1999/2000. ‘Towards a Music-Based Understanding of Improvisation in Music Therapy.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 19/20, 47-56.

 

Rasmussen, Lars. 2000. Abdullah Ibrahim: A Discography. 2nd revised & enlarged edition. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Rasmussen, Lars, ed. 2000. Sathima Bea Benjamin – Embracing Jazz. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Spies, Bertha M. 1999/2000. ‘Op Soek na ’n Hermeneutiese Venster/On the Search for a Hermeneutic Window.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 19/20, 71-82.

 

2001

Engelbrecht, Rika and Beverly Parker. 2001. ‘Addendum to South African Postgraduate Theses in Music [until 1999].’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 21, 97-104.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 2001. ‘Of Wizards and Madmen: Venda Zwilombe, Part II.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 21, 1-18.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2001. ‘Spaces of Nationness: On Myth, Masks, Music and Afrikaner Identity.’ Tydskrif vir Nederlands en Afrikaans 8(1), 142­-72.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2001. ‘Exploring the Aesthetics of Reconciliation: Rugby and the South African National Anthem.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 21, 19-­37.

 

Parker, Roger. 2001. ‘Sudden Charms: The Progress of An Aria.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 21, 47-58.

 

Rasmussen, Lars, ed. 2001. Cape Town Jazz, 1959-1963: The Photographs of Hardy Stockmann. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Schadeberg, Jurgen. 2001. The Black and White Fifties: Jurgen Schadeberg’s South Africa. Pretoria: Protea.

 

Scherzinger, Martin. 2001. ‘Negotiating the Music-Theory/African-Music Nexus: A Political Critique of Ethnomusicological Anti-Formalism and a Strategic Analysis of the Harmonic Patterning of the Shona Mbira Song Nyamaropa.’ Perspectives of New Music 39(1), 5-117.

2002

Agawu, Kofi and Graham F. Welch. 2002. ‘Evaluation of the Travelling Music Institute for Research in South Africa (TIMR).’ http://evaluation.nrf.ac.za/Content/Documents/Programme/timrevalreportmar02.pdf, March 2002.

 

Allen, Lara. 2002. ‘Seeking the Significance of Two “Classic” South African Jazz Standards: Sound, Body, Response.’ English Studies in Africa 45(2), 91-108.

 

Coplan, David B. 2002. ‘Music: Anthropology.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 22, 1-12.

 

Detterbeck, Markus. 2002. ‘South African Choral Music (Amakwaya): Song, Contest and the Formation of Identity.’ DPhil. diss., University of Natal.

 

Jonker, Julian. 2002. A Silent Way: Routes of South African Jazz, 1946-1978.’ Chimurenga.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2002. ‘Abdullah Ibrahim and the Uses of Memory.’ British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11(2), 124-43.

 

Mogotsi, Joe with Pearl Connor. Mantindane. 2002. ‘He Who Survives’: My Life with the Manhattan Brothers. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2001/2. ‘Contemporary South African Interfaces with Aspects of Adornian Musical Thought.’ Ars Nova 33/34, 30-­35.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2002. ‘Scriptions of the Choral: The Historiography of Black South African Choralism.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 22, 29-45.

 

van Niekerk, Caroline. 2002. ‘Team Research Towards Music Education Unit Standards for Southern Africa (MEUSSA).’ Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education 153/154, 119-127.

2003

Allen, Lara. 2003. ‘Commerce, Politics, and Musical Hybridity: Vocalizing Urban Black South African Identity During the 1950s.’ Ethnomusicology 47(2), 228-49.

 

Bosch, Tanja. 2003. ‘Radio, Community and Identity in South Africa: A Rhizomatic Study of Bush Radio in Cape Town.’ PhD diss., Ohio University.

 

Cockburn, Christopher. 2003. ‘A Distinctive Politics: Handel Becomes Historically Informed in South Africa.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 23, 1-12.

 

Dalamaba, Lindelwa. 2003. ‘Still Grazing: The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 23, 72-6.

 

Gunner, Liz. 2003. ‘“Those Dying Generations at Their Song”: Singing of Life, Death and Aids in Contemporary Kwazulu-Natal.’ English Studies in Africa 46(2), 41-53.

 

Hartman, Mia. 2003. Anton Hartman: Dis Sy Storie. Pretoria: Mia Hartman.

 

Herbst, Anri, ed. 2003. Emerging Solutions for Musical Arts Education in Africa. Cape Town: African Minds.

 

Herbst, Anri, Meki Nzewi and Kofi Agawu, eds. 2003. Musical Arts in Africa: Theory, Practice and Education, Vol. 1. Pretoria: Unisa Press.

 

Lüdemann, Winfried. 2003. ‘Uit die Diepte van Ons See: An Archetypal Interpretation of Selected Examples of Afrikaans Patriotic Music.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 23, 13-42.

 

May, James. 2003. ‘Pitch Organisation in Hendrik Hofmeyr’s Allenstryd.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 23, 43-54.

 

Mbambisa, Tete and Vuyiswa Ngcwangu. 2003. ‘Tete Mbulelo Mbambisa, Pianist, Composer, Singer, Bandleader.’ In Jazz People of Cape Town, edited by Lars Rasmussen, 141-52. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Meintjes, Louise. 2003. Sound of Africa! Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2003. ‘Music and (Post)Colonialism: The Dialectics of Choral Culture on a South African Frontier.’ PhD diss., Rhodes University.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2003. ‘Hym(n)ing: Music and Masculinity in the Early Victorian Church.’ In Nineteenth-Century British Music Studies Vol. 3, edited by Bennett Zon and Peter Horton, 21-44. Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

Rasmussen, Lars, ed. 2003. Jazz People of Cape Town. Copenhagen: The Booktrader.

 

Titlestad, Michael. 2003. ‘Mongane Serote’s “To Every Birth Its Blood”: History and the Limits of Improvisation.’ Journal of Literary Studies 19(2), 108-24.

 

Titlestad, Michael. 2003. ‘Water from an Ancient Well: Abdullah Ibrahim as Pilgrim and Healer.’ African Identities 1(1), 53-68.

 

Van der Mescht, Heinrich. 2003.  ‘Some South African Connections Among Students at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, 1914-1933.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 23, 55-70.

2004

Allen, Lara. 2004. ‘Music, Film and Gangsters in the Sophiatown Imaginary: Featuring Dolly Rathebe.’ Scrutiny 2: Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa 9(1), 19-38.

 

Allen, Lara. 2004. ‘Kwaito Versus Crossed-Over: Music and Identity during South Africa’s Rainbow Years, 1994-99.’ Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies 30(2), 82-111.

 

Ansell, Gwen. 2004. Soweto Blues: Jazz, Popular Music, and Politics in South Africa. New York: Continuum.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2004. ‘Re-Thinking ‘Whiteness’? Identity, Change and “White” Popular Music in Post-Apartheid South Africa.’ Popular Music 23(2), 105-31.

 

Dlamini, Sazi. 2004. ‘The Role of the Umrhubhe Bow as Transmitter of Cultural Knowledge among the Amaxhosa: An Interview with Latozi ‘Madosini’ Mpahleni.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 1(1), 138-60.

 

Fokkens, Robert. 2004. ‘Peter Klatzow: Perspectives On Context and Identity.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 99-107.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2004. ‘Songs Confront the Past: Music in KZ Sachsenhausen, 1936-1945.’ Contemporary European History 13(3), 281-304.

 

Hammond, Nicol. 2004. ‘Singing South Africanness: The Construction of Identity Among South African Youth Choirs.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 1(1), 103-15.

 

Hinch, John. 2004. ‘Stravinsky in Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 71-86.

 

Hinch, John. 2004. ‘Stefans Grové: Winds of Change.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 1(1), 24-41.

 

Levine, Laurie.2004. The Drumcafe’s Traditional Music of South Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana.

 

Makeba, Miriam & Nomsa Mwamuka. 2004. Makeba: The Miriam Makeba Story. Johannesburg: STE Publishers.

 

Masekela, Hugh & D. 2004. Michael Cheers. Still Grazing: The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela. New York: Crown Publishers.

 

Masoga, Mogomme Alpheus. 2004. ‘Scottish Troops, Sekhwetshe and Turpa: Indigenising the West.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 60-70.

 

May, James. 2004. ‘Peter Klatzow’s Works for Solo Piano.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24 (2004): 109-33.

 

May, James and Peter Klatzow. 2004. ‘Work Catalogue: Addenda.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24 (2004): 149-70.

 

Meintjes, Louise. 2004. ‘Shoot the Sergeant, Shatter the Mountain: The Production of Masculinity in Zulu Ngoma Song and Dance in Post-apartheid South Africa.’ British Journal of Ethnomusicology 13(2), 173-201.

 

Mhlambi, Thokozani. 2004. ‘“Kwaitofabulous”: The Study of a South African Urban Genre.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 1(1), 116-27.

 

Muller, Carol A. 2004. South African Music: A Century of Traditions in Transformation. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio.

 

Odendaal, Abie. 2004. ‘Interview with Peter Klatzow: Addenda.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24 (2004): 143-48.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2004. ‘The Class and Colour of Tone: An Essay on the Social History of Vocal Timbre.’ Ethnomusicology Forum 13(2), 203-26.

 

Pavlicevic, Mercédès. 2004. ‘Taking Music Seriously: Some Thoughts in the Newer South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 3-19.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2004. ‘Contemporary South African Jazz and the Politics of Place.’ Social Dynamics 30(2), 112-27.

 

Robertson, Mary. 2004. ‘“Imagining Ourselves”: South African Music as a Vehicle for Negotiating White South African Identity.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 1(1), 128-37.

 

Smith, Barry. 2004. ‘Peter Klatzow’s Religious Choral Music.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 1-11.

 

Spies, Bertha. 2004. ‘Peter Klatzow’s Hamlet: A Drama in Music and Movement.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 65-84.

 

Stevens, Robin. 2004. ‘Tonic Sol-fa in South Africa – A Case of Endogenous Musical Practice.’ In Australian Association for Research in Music Education: Proceedings of the XXVIth Annual Conference, 25-28 September, 301-14. Clayton, Victoria: Australian Association for Research in Music Education.

 

Steyn, Carol. 2004. ‘The 1572 Pontifical in the Library Archives of the University of South Africa, Pretoria.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 20-40.

 

Taljaard, Hannes. 2004. ‘Interpreting Tonality in Three Compositions for Orchestra.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 29-64.

 

Titlestad, Michael. 2004. Making the Changes: Jazz in South African Literature and Reportage. Pretoria: Unisa Press and Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV.

 

Van Rensburg, Adriana Janse. 2004. Songwriting in Adolescence: An Ethnographic Study in the Western Cape. PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2004. ‘Two Reflections on Urban Discourse: Holy-hip as Social Symbolism.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 41-59.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2004. ‘Word/Image/Music Interactions: Peter Klatzow’s Tyd van Verhuising.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 13-28.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2004. ‘Ideology and Textuality: Speculating on the Boundaries of Music.’ Scrutiny2 9(1), 68-87.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2004. ‘Questions of Musical Meaning: An Ideology-Critical Approach.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 35(1), 3-28.

 

Walton, Chris. 2004. ‘Diplomatic Arts: Interview with Srdjan Hofman.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 1(1), 87-96.

 

Zaidel-Rudolph, Jeanne. 2004. ‘The String Quartets of Peter Klatzow.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 24, 85-98.

 

2005

Allen, Lara. 2005. ‘Circuits of Recognition and Desire in the Evolution of Black South African Popular Music: The Career of the Penny Whistle.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 31-52.

 

Blake, Michael. 2005. ‘Review Article: The Present-Day Composer Refuses to Budge – Case Studies in New South African Orchestral Music.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 127-44.

 

Coetzer, Boudina. 2005. ‘Langarm In and Around Grahamstown: The Dance, the Social History and the Music.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 2(1), 70-83.

 

Davies, James Q. 2005. ‘Melodramatic Possessions: South Africa, The Flying Dutchman and the Imperial Stage.’ The Opera Quarterly 21(3), 1-19.

 

Devroop, Chatradari. 2005. ‘Towards a Conceptual Framework for the Design of a Qualification in Music Technology at Post-Secondary Institutions in South Africa.’ DMus diss., University of Pretoria.

 

Devroop, Chatradari. 2005. ‘An Investigation into the Current Status of Music Technology at Post-secondary Institutions in South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 2(1), 3-10.

 

Drewett, Michael. 2005. ‘“Stop This Filth”: The Censorship of Roger Lucey’s Music in Apartheid South Africa.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 53-70.

 

Giddy, Patrick and Markus Detterbeck. 2005. ‘Questions Regarding Tradition and Modernity in Contemporary Amakwaya Practice.’ Transformation 58, 26-44.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2005. ‘Popular Music, Gender Equality and the Anti-apartheid Struggle.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 11-18. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2005. ‘Music as Historical Source: Social History and Musical Texts.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music Vol. 36(1), 117-34.

 

Grupe, Gerd. 2005. ‘Notating African Music: Issues and Concepts.’ the world of music 47(2), 87-103.

 

Gunner, Elizabeth. 2005. ‘Mapping Texts Differently: A Case for Re-Reading the South African Imaginary.’ Gramma: Journal of Theory and Criticism 13,131-46.

 

Harrop-Allin, Susan. 2005. ‘Review Article: Ethnomusicology and Music Education: Developing the Dialogue.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 109-26.

 

Herbst, Anri, Jacques de Wet and Susan Risjdijk. 2005. ‘A Survey of Music Education in the Primary Schools of South Africa’s Cape Peninsula.’ Journal of Research in Music Education 53(3), 260-83.

 

Levine, Laurie. 2005. The Drum Café’s Traditional Music of South Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana Media.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2005. ‘Mapping the Field: A Preliminary Survey of South African Composition and Performance as Research.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 83-108.

 

Lucia, Christine, ed. 2005. The World of South African Music: A Reader. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2005. ‘Abdullah Ibrahim and ‘African Pianism’ in South Africa.’ In Towards An African Pianism: Keyboard Music of Africa and the Diaspora, Vol. 1, edited by Cynthia Tse Kimberlin and Akin Euba, 53-67. California: MRI Press.

 

Mans, Minette. 2005. ‘Aesthetics and Values as Core Determinants of Musical Identity Formation.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 2(1), 1-22.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2005. ‘Queer Alliances.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 33­-46. Stellenbosch: African SUN Media.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2005. ‘Music Criticism and Adorno.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 36(1), 101­-16.

 

Ntšihlele, Flora M. 2005. ‘Rhythm as “Music” in Basotho Children’s Folk Narratives: A Study of Mokali ‘a Thòlè.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 2(1), 11-20.

 

Nzewi, Meki and Sello Galane. 2005. ‘Music is a Woman.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 69-78. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2005. ‘Black Musicality in Colonial South Africa: A Discourse of Alterities.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 1-10. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Potgieter, Zelda and Vuyani Mazomba. 2005. ‘Liberating Voices: Narrative Strategies and Style in Township Choral Music, with Specific Reference to Selected Works by Three Xhosa Composers.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 2(1), 23-54.

 

Pyper, Brett. 2005. ‘“To Hell with Home and Shame!” Jazz, Gender and Sexuality in the Drum Journalism of Todd Matshikiza, 1951-1957.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 19-26. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2005. ‘Jazz as Discourse: A Contextualised Account of Contemporary Jazz in Post-Apartheid Durban and Johannesburg.’ PhD diss., University of Kwazulu-Natal.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2005. ‘Performances of Biography, Taste, and Identity Construction in Some South African Jazz.’ South African Journal of Musicology: SAMUS 25, 71-82.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2005. ‘Ethnicity, Sexuality and All That Jazz: The Musical Text as Confessional Space.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 27-32. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Steingo, Gavin. 2005. ‘South African Music After Apartheid: Kwaito, the “Party Politic”, and the Appropriation of Gold as a Sign of Success.’ Popular Music and Society 28(3), 333-57.

 

Steyn, M.M. 2005. A Supply Chain Model for the South African Recording Industry. DMus diss., University of Pretoria.

 

Titlestad, Michael. 2005. ‘Jazz Discourse and Black South African Modernity, with Special Reference to “Matshikese”.’ American Ethnologist 32(2), 201-21.

 

Titlestad, Michael and Martina Viljoen. 2005. ‘Festive Critique and Agency in Felix Laband’s “4/4 Down the Stairs”.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 36(1), 199-220.

 

Van der Mescht, Heinrich. 2005. ‘South African students and other South African connections at the Royal College of Music in London between the end of the Anglo-Boer War and the formation of the Union of South Africa, 1902-1910.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 2(1), 26-47.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2005. ‘Introduction: Critical Theories and Musicology.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 36(1), 3-10.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2005. ‘Ideology and Interpretation: A Figurative Semiotics of Musical Discourse.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 36(1), 83-99.

 

Viljoen, Martina and Nicol Viljoen. 2005. ‘The Politics of the Ineffable: A Deconstructive Reading of Hubert du Plessis’s “De Bruid”.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 47-58. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Walton, Chris and Stephanus Muller, eds. 2005. Gender and Sexuality in South African Music. Stellenbosch: African SUN Media.

 

Walton, Chris. 2005. ‘Being Rosa.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 59-68. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Wootton, Joan Elizabeth. 2005. ‘Teaching Braille Music Notation to Blind Learners Using the Recorder as an Instrument. PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Zaidel-Rudolph, Jeanne. 2005. ‘Pride, Prejudice and Power: On Being a Woman Composer in South Africa.’ In Gender and Sexuality in South African Music, edited by Chris Walton and Stephanus Muller, 79-86. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

2006

Allen, Lara. 2006. ‘From Rights to Responsibilities: Identity Politics and Ethnographic Methodology, Dialogues with South African Musicians.’ Social Dynamics 32(2), 50-80.

 

Chikowero, Murenga Joseph. 2006. ‘Singing the Contemporary: Leadership and Governance in the Musical Discourse of Oliver Mtukudzi.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 36-47.

 

Cloete, Elene. 2006. ‘“Broadening the Horizon of Expectation”: A Qualitative Investigation of The Mangaung String Programme.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 3(1), 16-38.

 

De Klerk, Dirk. 2006. ‘Morton Feldman in Johannesburg, July 1983: Ideas and Opinions.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(2), 14-46.

 

Delport, Alette. 2006. Canto Ergo Sum: I Sing, Therefore I Am.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 5-15.

 

Dias, Stephanie. 2006. ‘Carmen: A Migration.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 3(1), 82-93.

 

Dos Santos, Andeline and Mercédès Pavlicevic. 2006. ‘Music and HIV/AIDS Orphans: Narratives from Community Music Therapy.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(2), 1-13.

 

Gericke, Jacobus Stephanus. 2006. ‘Kwaito: A Developing Inter-racial Phenomenon.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 3(1), 94-105.

 

Haupt, Adam. 2006. ‘Race, Audience, Multitude: Afrikaans Arts Festivals and the Politics of Inclusion.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 16-27.

 

Impey, Angela. 2006. ‘Sounding Place in the Western Maputoland Borderlands.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 3(1), 55-79.

 

Jorritsma, Marie R. 2006. ‘Sonic Spaces: Inscribing ‘Coloured’ Voices in the Karoo, South Africa.’ PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania.

 

Magubane, Zine. 2006. ‘Globalization and Gangster Rap: Hip Hop in the Post-Apartheid City.’ In The Vinyl Ain’t Final, edited by Dipannita Basu and Sidney J. Lemelle, 208-29. London: Pluto Press.

 

Mans, Minette, ed. 2006. Centering on African Practice in Musical Arts Education. Cape Town: African Minds.

 

Mhiripiri, Joyce T. and Nhamo Mhiripiri. 2006. ‘Zimbabwe’s Popular Music Industry and Copyright Legislation.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 79-96.

 

Muller, Carol A. 2006. ‘The New African Diaspora, the Built Environment and the Past in Jazz.’ Ethnomusicology Forum 15(1), 63-86.

 

Muller, Stephanus and Chris Walton, eds. 2006. A Composer in Africa: Essays on the Life and Work of Stefans Grové.’ Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2006. ‘Imagining Afrikaners Musically: Reflections On the African Music of Stefans Grové.’ In A Composer in Africa: Essays on the Life and Work of Stefans Grové, edited by Stephanus Muller and Chris Walton, 17-28. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2006. Place, Identity and a Station Platform.’ In A Composer in Africa: Essays on the Life and Work of Stefans Grové, edited by Stephanus Muller and Chris Walton, 1-8. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2006. ‘Stefans Grové’s Narratives of Lateness.’ In A Composer in Africa: Essays on the Life and Work of Stefans Grové, edited by Stephanus Muller and Chris Walton, 49-62. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2006. ‘Interview with Peter Klatzow.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(2), 47-62.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2006. ‘John Knox Bokwe, Colonial Composer: Tales About Race and Music.’ Journal of the Royal Musical Association 131(1), 1-37.

 

Opondo, Patricia Achieng. 2006. ‘Song-Gesture-Dance: Redefined Aesthetics in the Performance Continuum as South African Women’s Indigenous Groups Explore New Frontiers.’ Critical Arts 20(2), 61-74.

 

Segalo, Puleng. 2006. ‘The Psychological Power of Rap Music in the Healing of Black Communities.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 28-35.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2006. ‘“An Aesthetic of Redemption”: Reading Masque As Public Culture.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 114-33.

 

Vambe, Maurice T. and Beauty Vambe. 2006. ‘Musical Rhetoric and the Limits of Official Censorship in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 3(1), 48-78.

 

Zaidel-Rudolph, Jeanne and Martin Watt. 2006. ‘Musical Simbiosis in Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph’s Lifecycle.’ the world of music 48(2), 135-50.

2007

Akrofi, Eric, Maria Smit and Stig-Magnus Thorsén, eds. 2007. Music and Identity: Transformation & Negotiation. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Allen, Lara. 2007. ‘Preserving a Nation’s Heritage: The Gallo Music Archive and South African Popular Music.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 54(3), 263-79.

 

Blake, Michael. 2006/2007. ‘Review Article: Voices of a Nation – Recent Recordings From South Africa.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 145-59.

 

Blake, Michael. 2007. ‘South African Composers on the World Stage: The ISCM in South Africa.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 54(3), 359-73.

 

Bruinders, Sylvia. 2006/2007. ‘‘This Is Our Sport!’ Christmas Band Competitions and the Enactment of an Ideal Community.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 109-26.

 

Chikowero, Moses. 2007. ‘The State and Music Policy in Post-colonial Zimbabwe, 1980-2000.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 111-28.

 

Claassen, Hanrich. 2007. ‘’n Orkestrasie van Arnold van Wyk se Nagmusiek.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Collins, Tom. 2007. ‘Constructing Maskanda.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 1-26.

 

Coplan, David B. 2007. In Township Tonight! Three Centuries of South African Black City Music and Theatre. 2nd edition. Johannesburg.

 

Dargie, D. 2007. ‘Umakhweyane: A Musical Bow and its Construction.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(1), 60-81.

 

De Jongh, Santie. 2007. ‘From St Petersburg to the Cape: Three autobiographical texts by Albert Coates.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 54(3), 320-30.

 

Devroop, Chatradari. 2006/2007. ‘Digitization and Music Distribution.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 71-86.

 

Devroop, Chatradari and Chris Walton. 2007. Unsung: South African Jazz Musicians Under Apartheid. Stellenbosch: Sun Press.

 

Duby, Marc. 2007. ‘Soundpainting as a System for the Collaborative Creation of Music in Performance.’ PhD diss., University of Pretoria.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2007. ‘Singing Against Apartheid: ANC Cultural Groups and the International Anti-Apartheid Struggle.’ Journal of Southern African Studies 33(2), 421-41.

 

Gundani, Paul H. 2007. ‘Theology From Below: An Examination of Popular Mourning Songs by Shona Christian Women.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 42-51.

 

Khan, Katy. 2007. ‘Cultural Authenticity or Cultural Contamination: American Musical Influences on South African Hip-Hop Culture.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 3-11.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 2007. ‘Song of Struggle: Dominance and Resistance in Venda Ngano Song Narratives.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 4(1), 1-27.

 

Kruger, Jaco. 2007. ‘Singing Psalms with Owls: A Venda 20th-century Musical History [2].’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(1), 36-59.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2007. ‘Introduction.’ In Music and Identity: Transformation & Negotiation, edited by Eric Akrofi, Maria Smit &and Stig-Magnus Thorsén, iii-x. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2007. ‘Travesty or Prophecy? Views of South African Black Choral Compositions.’ In Music and Identity: Transformation & Negotiation, edited by Eric Akrofi, Maria Smit &and Stig-Magnus Thorsén, 161-80. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2007. ‘How Critical is Music Theory.’ Critical Arts 21(1), 166-89.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2006/2007. ‘Spirit of Africa: An Interview with Andrew Tracey.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 127-43.

 

Lüdemann, Winfried. 2006/2007. ‘Arnold van Wyk’s Primavera: Music of Another South Africa.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 87-108.

 

Mason, John Edwin. 2007. ‘‘Mannenberg’: Notes on the Making of an Icon and an Anthem.’ African Studies Quarterly 9(4), 25-46.

 

Mdluli, Sisana, R. 2007. ‘Voicing Their Perceptions: Swazi Women’s Folk Songs.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 87-110.

 

Muller, Carol. 2007. ‘South Africa and American Jazz: Towards a Polyphonic Historiography.’ History Compass 5(4), 1062-77.

 

Nhlekisana, Dr Rosaleen O.B. 2007. ‘‘Honey, Let’s Waltz the Day Out’: The Effects of Popular Music on Wedding Celebrations in Botswana.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 152-62.

 

Olivier, E. 2007. ‘On Polyphonic Construction: An Analysis of Ju1’hoan Vocal Music.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(1), 82-111.

 

Potgieter, Zelda. 2006/2007. ‘Faust, Robert Johnson, and the Film Crossroads: A Semiotic and Psychoanalytic Reading of Musical Discourses.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 27-46.

 

Rijsdijk, Ian-Malcolm and Adam Haupt. 2007. ‘Redemption to a Kwaito Beat: Gavin Hood’s Tsotsi.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 4(1), 29-46.

 

Ross, Barry. 2007. ‘Maestro and Commander: The Michael Scott Collection at the University of Stellenbosch.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 54(3), 331-58.

 

Rwafa, Urther and Maruice T. Vambei. 2007. ‘‘Hear Our Voices’: Female Popular Musicians in Post-Independence Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 66-86.

 

Schadeberg, Jurgen. 2007. Jazz, Blues & Swing: Six Decades of Music in South Africa. Cape Town: David Philip.

 

Steinert, Claudia. 2007. Music in Mission: Mission Through Music – A South African Case Study. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications.

 

Szymczak, Colette. 2006/2007. ‘Jonas Gwangwa: Musician and Cultural Activist.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 26/27, 47-70.

 

Thorn, Michael. 2007. ‘Aural and Written Music Traditions: A Drumming Ensemble Case Study.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 4(1), 55-70.

 

Titlestad, Michael. 2007. ‘Travelling Jazz: Themes and Riffs.’ Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 8(1), 73-82.

 

Togaresei, Lovemore. 2007. ‘Making Money or Spreading the Gospel? An Analysis of the Mission of Gospel Musicians in Contemporary Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 4(1), 52-65.

2008

Agawu, Kofi. 2008. ‘Meki Nzewi and the Discourse of African Musicology: A 70th Birthday Appreciation.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 5(1), 1-18.

 

Allen, Lara. 2008. ‘Refiguring the Archive Through Music: South Africa’s Recorded Music Heritage and Transformation.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 27-42.

 

Allen, Lara. 2008. ‘Kwela’s White Audiences: The Politics of Pleasure and Identification in the Early Apartheid Period.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 79-98. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Arnott, Tarryn and Louise Saunders. Career Choices: The Voices of Music Students. Pretoria: African Minds and the Centre for Indigenous Music and Dance Practices of Africa.

 

Baines, Gary. 2008. ‘Popular Music and Negotiating Whiteness in Apartheid South Africa.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 99-114. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Byerly, Ingrid. 2008. ‘Decomposing Apartheid: Things Come Together.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 255-80. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Chari, Tendai. 2008. ‘Representations of Women in Mass-produced ‘Urban Grooves’ Music in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 92-110.

 

Chirere, Memory and Denys Muandatsama. 2008. ‘To Whom Does Oliver Mtukudzi Belong?’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 111-23.

 

Chirere, Memory and Edwin Mhandu. 2008. ‘Songs that Won the War of Liberation and Poems that Grapple with the War and Its Aftermath.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 271-83.

 

Chitando, Anna and Ezra Chitando. 2008. Songs of Pain and Hope: HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwean Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 62-74.

 

Cockburn, Christopher. 2008. ‘The Establishment of a Musical Tradition: Meaning, Value and Social Process in the South African History of Handel’s Messiah.’ PhD diss., University of Kwazulu-Natal.

 

Cockburn, Christopher. 2008. ‘Discomposing Apartheid’s Story: Who Owns Handel?’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 55-78. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Coplan, David  and Bennetta Jules-Rosette. 2008. ‘“Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika”: Stories of an African Anthem.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 185-208. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Dalamba, Lindelwa. 2008. ‘Storing and Storying Lives: The Biographical Illusion in Three Musicians’ Autobiographies.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 55-72.

 

Dargie, Dave. Ruwenge: 2008. ‘The Discovery of an African Jew’s Harp Constructed with a Frame.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 119-34.

 

Drewett, Michael. 2008. ‘Packaging Desires: Album Covers and the Presentation of Apartheid.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage,115-136. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Engelbrecht, Lisa and Franklin Larey. 2008. ‘Challenges of Score Reduction for Piano of a South African Opera: Hans Huyssen’s Masque.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 5(1), 37-71.

 

Ferreira, Annemari. 2008. ‘“Passionate, Curiously-coloured Things’: Chameleon Sexuality in Ek Herhaal Jou.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 5(1), 75-87.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2008. ‘Buried Monuments: Yiddish Songs and Holocaust Memory.’ History Workshop Journal 66(1), 107-28.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2008. ‘Singing Against Apartheid ANC Cultural Groups and the International Anti-apartheid Struggle.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 155-84. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Grové, Izak. 2008. ‘Lewe-ín-werk: Outobiografiek in Arnold van Wyk se musiek.’ Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe 48(1), 1-12.

 

Jorritsma, Marie. 2008. ‘Mothers of the Church: Coloured Women’s Societies and South African Gender Issues.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 73-92.

 

Jorritsma, Marie. 2008. ‘The Hidden Transcripts of Sacred Song in a South African Coloured Community.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(2), 56-75.

 

Khan, Katy. 2008. ‘South-South Cultural Cooperation: Transnational Identities in the Music of Dorothy Masuka and Miriam Makeba.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 145-51.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2008. ‘Back to the Future? Idioms of “Displaced Time” in South African Compositions.’ Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 11-34. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Magosvongwe, Ruby. 2008. ‘Contrasing Discourses of Emancipation and Empowerment in Selected Albums by Hosiah Chipanga and Fungisai Zvakavapano.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 75-91.

 

Matjila, D.S. 2008. ‘Sound and Repetition As Metaphor Markers in Raditladi’s Work, Aferika.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 250-62.

 

Matjila, D.S. and Karen Haire. 2008. ‘Representations of Cattle Wealth and Comfort in Setswana Life and Oral Literature.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in 5(2), 196-212.

 

McNeill, Fraser G. and Deborah James. 2008. ‘Singing Songs of AIDS in Venda: Performance, Pollution, and Ethnomusicology in a ‘neo-Liberal’ Setting.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 1-26.

 

Mojapelo, Thamagana Maxwell, ed. Sello Galane. 2008. Beyond Memory: Recording the History, Moments and Memories of South African Music – From the Diary of Max Mojapelo. Cape Town: African Minds.

 

Mugovhani, Ndwamato George. 2008. ‘Interview with Mzilikazi Khumalo.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 155-68.

 

Muller, Carol Anne. 2008. Focus: Music of South Africa. New York: Routledge.

 

Muller, Carol A. 2008. ‘Music Echoes: Composing a Past In/For South African Jazz.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 137-54. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Arnold van Wyk’s Hands.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 280-300. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Boeremusiek.’ In Van Volksmoeder tot Fokofpolisiekar, edited by Albert Grundlingh and Siegfried Huigen, 189-­96.’ Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Arnold van Wyk’s Hands.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music for and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 295-­312. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Gedagtes oor die Korrespondensie tussen Anton Hartman en Arnold van Wyk, 1949-­1981.’ Musicus 36(2), 45­-49.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Die Stem.’ De Gids 11/12, 976-­89.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Arnold van Wyk’s Hard, Stony, Flinty Path, or Making Things Beautiful in Apartheid South Africa.’ The Musical Times 149(1905), 61­-78.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2008. ‘Musiekgeskiedenis en Fiksie: Hans Holleman en Arnold van Wyk in Holmer Johanssen se Roman Gety.’ Litnet Akademies 5(1), https://www.litnet.co.za/musiekgeskiedenis-en-fiksie-hans-holleman-en-arnold-van-wyk-in-holmer/.

 

Muponde, Robert. 2008. ‘Singing History Makes it Lyrical: The Poem-Song in the Music of Chirikure Chirikure.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 124-30.

 

Musiyiwa, Michias. 2008. ‘The Mobilization of Popular Music in the Promotion of National Unity in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 11-29.

 

Muwati, Itai and David E. Mutasa. 2008. ‘An Analysis of Selected Shona Children’s Songs: Philosophical Perspectives.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 1-10.

 

Odhoji, Benjamin. 2008. ‘‘Restorying’ the Maternal Myth of Origin in Zami and Makeba: My Story.’ Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 9(2),155-92.

 

Olwage, Grant, ed. 2008. Composing Apartheid: Music for and Against Apartheid. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2008. ‘Introduction.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music for and Against Apartheid, 1-10. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2008. ‘Apartheid’s Musical Signs: Reflections on Black Choralism, Modernity and Race-Ethnicity in the Segregation Era.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music for and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 35-53. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Parker, Beverly Lewis. 2008. ‘Art, Culture and Authenticity in South African Music.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 39(1), 57-71.

 

Petersen, Alvin. 2008. ‘Review Article: Ethnomusicology and Music Education – Continuing the Dialogue.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 169-83.

 

Pfukwa, Charles. 2008. ‘Black September et al: Chimurenga Songs as Historical narratives in the Zimbabwean Liberation War.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 60-61.

 

Popoola, O. Oluwole and Maurice T. Vambe. 2008. ‘Copyright Protection of Ringtones in South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 323-40.

 

Pyper, Brett. 2008. ‘State of Contention: Recomposing Apartheid at Pretoria’s State Theatre. A Personal Recollection.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 237-54. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Rwafa, Urther. 2008. ‘Lyrical Film: The case of Tanyaradzwa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 188-95.

 

Scherzinger, Martin. 2008. ‘Whose “White Man Sleeps”? Aesthetics and Politics in the Early Work of Kevin Volans.’ In Composing Apartheid: Music For and Against Apartheid, edited by Grant Olwage, 209-36. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

 

Sherman, Barry. 2008. The Culture of Digital Music Piracy: A South African Perspective.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 93-118.

 

Steingo, Gavin. 2008. ‘Historicizing Kwaito.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(2), 76-91.

 

Steingo, Gavin. 2008. ‘Producing Kwaito: ‘Nkosi Sikele’ iAfrika’ After Apartheid.’ the world of music 50(2), 103-20.

 

Swartz, Sharlene. 2008. ‘Is Kwaito South African Hip-Hop? Why the Answer Matters and Who it Matters To.’ the world of music 50(2),15-33.

 

Titus, Barbara. 2008. ‘Global Maskanda, Global Music Historiography? Some Preliminary Enquiries.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 28, 43-54.

 

Vambe, Maurice T. 2008. ‘A New Song? Subverting Discourses of Death and Ancestral Purity in Zimbabwe’s Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(1), 131-44.

 

Vambe, Maurice T. 2008. ‘Diaspora, Music, Identity and Desti/nations in Southern Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 284-97.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2008. ‘African and European Voices: Speaking ‘in Harmony’ as Contemporary Authenticity.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 5(1), 19-36.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2008. ‘On the Margins of Kwaito.’ World of Music 50(2), 51-73.

 

Wanyama, Mellitus Nyongesa. 2008. ‘Dance as a Means of Cultural Identity: A Case Study of the Bukusu Kamebeka Dance.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 5(2), 213-22.

 

2009

Allingham, Rob. 2009. ‘From “Noma Kumnyama” to “Pata Pata”: A History.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(3), 117-31.

 

Bower, Rudi. 2009. ‘Between Scylla and Charybdis: A South Africa Perspective on Guitar Building.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 6(1), 1-33.

 

Chari, Tendai. 2009. ‘Continuity and Change: Impact of Global Popular Culture on Urban Grooves Music in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 170-91.

 

Cupido, Conroy Alan. 2009. ‘Significant Influences in the Composition of Hendrik Hofmeyr’s Song Cycle, Alleenstryd.’ DMA diss., University of North Texas.

 

Delport, Alette and Josphat Mufute. 2009. ‘Training the Non-specialist Music Teacher: Insights from a Zimbabwean Case Study.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 7(1), 1-15.

 

Dlamini, Nonhlanhla. 2009. ‘Gendered Power Relations, Sexuality and Subversion in Swazi Women’s Folk Songs Performed During Traditional Marriage Rites and Social gatherings.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 133-44.

 

Emberly, Andrea M. 2009. ‘“Mandela Went to China … And India Too”: Musical Cultures of Childhood in South Africa.’ PhD, University of Washington.

 

Flemming, Tyler. 2009. ‘“King Kong, Bigger Than Cape Town”: A History of a South African Musical.’ PhD diss., University of Texas Austin.

 

Galane, Sello Edwin. 2009. ‘The Music of Philip Tabane: An Historical Analytical Study of Malombo Music of South Africa.’ DMus diss., University of Pretoria.

 

Gunner, Liz. 2009. ‘Jacob Zuma, the Social Body and the Unruly Power of Song.’ African Affairs 108(430), 27-48.

 

Kyker, Jennifer W. 2009. ‘Carrying Spirit in Song: Music and the Making of Ancestors at Zezuru Kurova Guva Ceremonies.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(3), 65-84.

 

Lambrechts, L. & Visagie, J. 2009. ‘De La Rey, De La Rey, Sal Jy die Boere Kom Lei?’ Litnet Akademies, 6(2), https://www.litnet.co.za/de-la-rey-de-la-rey-sal-jy-die-boere-kom-lei/.

 

Letcher, Christopher. 2009. ‘Mbaqanga, Bollywood and Beethoven on the Beachfront: A Composer’s Perspective on Representation and Identity in the Film My Black Little Heart.’ Ethnomusicology Forum 18(1), 21-36.

 

Lo, Sheba Kane. 2009. ‘People’s Poet: Mzwakhe Mbuli and the Power of the Poet in the Liberation Struggle and in the “New” South Africa.’ PhD diss., Howard University.

 

Loveday, Clare. 2009. ‘“Collusion and Collision”: A Composition Portfolio Focussing on Straight Sax, and a Dissertation.’ DMus, University of the Witwatersrand.

 

Loveday, Clare. 2009. ‘From Johannesburg to Vienna: Presenting South African Composition on a European Stage.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 29, 81-92.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2009. ‘The Landscape Within: Kevin Volans and the String Quartet.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 29, 1-30.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2009. ‘Volans Chronology.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 29, 39-52.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2009. ‘Volans: Worklist 1970-2009.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 29, 53-60.

 

Makina, Blandina. 2009. ‘Rhythm, Rhyme and Songfulness’ The Role of Shona Children’s Gamesongs in Education.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 49-57.

 

Makina, Blandina. 2009. ‘Re-thinking White Narratives: Popular Songs and Protest Discourse in Post-colonial Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 192-20.

 

Mangwanda, Khombe Marcel. 2009. ‘Satirical Sounds in John Eppel’s Songs My Country Taught Me.Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 163-69.

 

Mano, Winston. 2009. ‘“Thank God It’s Friday”: Responses to Music Scheduling on Radio Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 192-220.

 

Matjila, Daniel. 2009. ‘Analogy and Intertextuality in Setswana Oral/Written Poetic Diction.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 92-111.

 

Mdluli, Sisana R. 2009. ‘Swazi Woman, Song and the Construction of Social Awareness in Swazi Culture.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 58-78.

 

Mombelli, Carlo. 2009. ‘The Artistry and Technique of Improvised Music: A Composition Portfolio and a Dissertation.’ DMus, University of the Witwatersrand.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2009. ‘‘n Blik op die Resepsiegeskiedenis van Hendrik Hofmeyr se Sinfonia Africana.’ Musicus 37(1), 19­-23.

 

Musvoto, Alfred Rangarirai. 2009. ‘Filling the Void in Our National life: The Search for a Song that Captures the Spirit of Rhodesian Nationalism and National Identity.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 154-62.

 

Naidoo, Salachi and Charles Pfukwa. 2009. ‘Representations of Women in Zimbabwean Contemporary Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 145-53.

 

Ntshinga, Thabazi. 2009. ‘Song Texts and the Ambiguities of Oral Performance.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 36-48.

 

Onyeji, Christian. 2009. ‘Social Transformation in South Africa Through the Musical Arts: A Batswana Experience with Special Reference to the Ikageng-Bill Cosby Cultural Group.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 6(1), 35-58.

 

Petersen, Alvin. 2009. ‘Teaching African Musics: Personal Reflections in a South African University Setting.’ the world of music 51(3), 51-64.

 

Raditlhalo, Sam. 2009. ‘The Self-Invention of Hugh Masekela.’ Journal of Literary Studies 25(1), 34-52.

 

Ross, Barry. 2009. ‘Challenges Facing Theories of Music and Language Co-evolution.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 6(1), 61-76.

 

Rwafa, Urther and Beaity Vambe. 2009. ‘Cybermusic, Copyright Issues and the Democratic ‘Deficit’ in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 79-91.

 

Steyn, Carol. 2009. ‘MS 6b12 in the Grey Collection of the National Library in Cape Town: A Rare Musicological Discovery.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 1-13.

 

Steyn, Carol. 2009. ‘The Very Rare First Complete Edition of Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor in the Unisa Library: An Important Key to Authenticity.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(2), 241-59.

 

Still-Drewett. 2009. ‘South African Music Libraries: Collegial, Institutional and Geographic Isolation, an Examination.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 56(2), 207-14.

 

Vambe, Maurice. 2009. ‘The Function of Songs in the Shona Ritual-Myth of Kurova-Guva.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 6(1), 112-9.

 

2010

Bruinders, Sylvia. 2010. ‘Parading Respectability: The Christmas Bands Movement in the Western Cape, South Africa and the Constitution of Identity.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(4), 69-83.

 

Davies, James, with Lindiwe Dovey. 2010. ‘Bizet in Khayelitsha: U-Carmen eKhayelitsha as Audio-visual Transculturation.’ Journal of African Media Studies 2(1), 39-53.

 

Devroop, Karendra and Chats Devroop. 2010. ‘The Career Expectations of Students Majoring in Jazz in South Africa: Analysis of Performance Expectations, Income and Career Plans.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 31-40.

 

Dlamini, Sazi. 2010. ‘The South African Blue Notes: Bebop, Mbaqanga, Apartheid and the Exiling of a Musical Imagination.’ PhD diss., University of KwaZulu Natal.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2010. ‘Jews and the Racial State: Legacies of the Holocaust in Apartheid South Africa, 1945-60.’ Jewish Social Studies 16(3), 32-64.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2010. ‘‘We Long for a Home’: Songs and Survival Among Jewish Displaced Persons.’ In ‘We Are Here’: New Approaches to Jewish Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany, edited by Avinoam J. Patt, and  Michael Berkowitz, 289-307Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

 

Hammond, Nicol. 2010. ‘The Gendered Sound of South Africa: Karen Zoid and the Performance of Nationalism in the New South Africa.’ Yearbook for Traditional Music 42, 1-20.

 

Hellberg, Jan. 2010. ‘We Worship God in Our Way: Disaffection and Localisation in the Music Culture of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 7(1), 17-50.

 

Khan, Katy. 2010. ‘Re-locating South African Hip Hop into Global Intercultural Communication.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 148-60.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé and Martina Viljoen. 2010. ‘Afrikaanse Vryheidsliedjies as Konfigurasie van Identiteit: ’n Ideologie-Kritiese Perspektief.’ Literator, 31(2), 135-61.

 

Lobley, Noel. 2010. ‘The Social Biography of Ethnomusicological Field Recordings: Eliciting Responses to Hugh Tracey’s The Sound of Africa Series.’ DPhil diss., University of Oxford.

 

Loveday, Clare. 2010. ‘Composing for the Straight Saxophone: Accredited Articles.’ Musicus 38(1), 3-17.

 

Matjila, Daniel. 2010. ‘Music in Poetry: Poem in the Story.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(2), 228-43.

 

Mugovhani, Ndwamato George. 2010. ‘The Role of Indigenous African Choral Music in the Search for Identity: With Special Reference to Mzilikazi Khumalo’s Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 60-75.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2010. ‘Orientalizing Europe, Europeanizing Africa: The Fantastical Lives and Tales of Jan Gysbert Hugo (the Marquis) (Louis De) (Vere) Bosman Di Ravelli, Also Known As Gian Bonzar.’ In (Auto)Biography As a Musicological Discourse, edited by T. Markovic and V. Mikic, 142-­59. Belgrade: Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music.

 

Muponde, Robert. 2010. ‘Cultural Migrancies: Provisional Thoughts on Two Song-dramas in the “Matter of Zimbabwe”.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 116-129.

 

Muranda, Richard. 2010. ‘The Nhare Mbira Music Trends in Zimbabwe Since 1980.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 76-87.

 

Naidoo, Salachi. 2010. ‘Male Perspectives of ‘Womanhood’ in Selected Songs by Thomas Mapfumo.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 88-96.

 

Ndlangamandla, Sibusiso C. 2010. ‘Performing Gendered Identities: In Search of the Masculine Voice in siSwati Popular Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 97-106.

 

Njoora, Timothy. 2010. ‘Music and Meaning: Some Reflections Through Personal Compositions.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 41-59.

 

Ntshinga, Thabazi. 2010. ‘Recurrent Themes in isiXhosa Songs.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 161-68.

 

Ntshinga, Thabazi. 2010. ‘Dynamic Shifts and Cultural Hybridity in Xhosa Woman’s Songs.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(2), 244-50.

 

Ntuli, Cynthia Danisile. 2010. ‘The Function of Songs in the Performance of Zulu Folktales.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(2), 216-27.

 

Olwage, Grant. 2010. ‘Singing in the Victorian World: Tonic Sol-Fa and Discourses of Religion, Science, and Empire in the Cape Colony.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(2), 193-215.

 

Pfukwa, Charles. 2010. ‘When Cultures Speak Back to Each Other: The Legacy of Benga in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 169-78.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2010. ‘Opera Production in the Western Cape: Strategies in Search of Indigenization.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Rwafa, Urther. 2010. ‘Song and Political Satire in the Play, The Honorable MP (1987).’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 107-15.

 

Shembe, Isiah, Johannes Galilee Shembe, Carol Ann Muller, Bongani Mthewthwa, Themba Mbhele. 2010. Shembe Hymns. University of Kwa-Zulu-Natal Press.

 

Sone, Enongene Mirabeau. 2010. ‘Aesthetics from the Swazi Perspective: The case of the Swazi Umh;anga/Reed Dance.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 130-39.

 

Thram, Diane, ed. 2010. For Future Generations: Hugh Tracey and the International Library of African Music. Grahamstown: International Library of African Music.

 

Vambe, Maurice Taonezvi. 2010. ‘Ambiguities and the Oral Song Narrative in Charles Samupindi’s Novel, Pawns (1992).’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 7(1), 140-47.

 

Van Aswegen, Riekie and Hetta Potgieter. 2010. ‘Folk Music for Children’s Choirs: The Challenges and Benefits of Cultural Diversity.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 7(1),  51-78.

 

Watkins, Lee William. 2010. ‘Keeping it Real: Amaxhosa Iimbongi Making Mimesis Do its Thing in the Hip-Hop and Rap Music of the Eastern Cape.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 8(4), 24-47.

2011

Brukman, Jeffrey. 2011. ‘Aspects of Musical Modernism: The Afrikaans Song Cycles of Cromwell Everson.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 8, 1-21.

 

Ntombela, Sipho Albert. 2011. Amasu Asetshenziswa Ngomasikandi Besizulu Emculweni Wabo [Historical strategies used by Zulu maskandi in their music.]. PhD diss., University of South Africa.

 

Bruinders, Sylvia. 2011. ‘Parading Respectability: An Ethnography of the Christmas Bands Movement in the Western Cape, South Africa.’ PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Coetzee, Paulette. 2011. ‘Hugh Tracey, Authenticity and (African) Popular Music.’ IASPM 16th International Conference Proceedings: Situating Popular Musics, 89-94. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/dccf/b825020d5016c512cf180200b057122881bd.pdf.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2010/2011. The Redoubtable Nofinishi Dywili, Uhadi Master and Xhosa Song Leader.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 30/31, 1-30.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2011. ‘The Xhosa Umrhubhe Mouthbow: An Extraordinary Musical Instrument.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(1), 31-55.

 

De Villiers, Frelét. 2010/2011. The Piano Teaching Situation From a Student Perspective: A South African Qualitative Study.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 159-176.

 

Devroop, Chats. 2011. ‘Music and Exile: The Making of Culture and Identity.’ Focus: The Journal of the Helen Suzman Foundation 61, 3-12.

 

Felber, Garrett. 2010/2011. ‘Tracing Tribe: Hugh Tracey and the Cultural Politics of Retribalisation.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 31-44.

 

Fernandez, Julian C. 2011. ‘Cultural and Religious Unification Through Music in Desert Rose’s Silence of the Music.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 8, 87-100.

 

Froneman, Willemien. 2011. The Riches of Embarrassment. Critical Arts 25(2), 309-15.

 

Himberg, Tommi and Marc R. Thompson. 2011. ‘Learning and Synchronising Dance Movements in South African Songs – Cross-cultural Motion-capture Study.’ Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research 29, 305-28.

 

Jorritsma, Marie. 2011. Sonic Spaces of the Karoo: The Sacred Music of a South African Coloured Community. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

Joseph, Dawn. 2011. ‘Cultural Diversity in Australia: Promoting the Teaching and Learning of South African Music.’ Australian Journal of Music Education 1, 42-56.

 

Lawrence, Patricia B. 2011. Viva Musica! A Bird’s Eye View of Music at Unisa. Pretoria: Unisa Press.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2011. Music Notation: A South African Guide. Pretoria: Unisa Press.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2011. ‘Die Sprache Des Bilds Im Klang: Zur Bedeutung der Bildenden Kunst im Schaffen von Kevin Volans.’ Musiktexte 129, 45-50.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2011. ‘Mohapeloa and the Heritage of African Song.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(1), 56-86.

 

Makondo, Livingstone and Otlina Makondo. 2011. ‘Funeral Songs and the Seventh-day Adventist Church.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 70-81.

 

Manase, Irikidzayi. 2011. ‘The Aesthetics of Winky D’s Zimbabwe Urban Grooves Music and an Overview of his Social Commentary on the Post-2000 Experiences in Harare and Other Urban Centres.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 81-95.

 

Marco, Derilene. 2011. ‘Rhyming with ‘Knowledge of Self’: The South African Hip-hop Scene’s Discourses on Race and Knowledge.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 96-106.

 

Matiure, Perminus. 2011. ‘Mbira Dzavadzimu and its Space Within the Shona Cosmology: Tracing Mbira from Bira to the Spiritual World.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 29-49.

 

Mhiripiri, Nhamo Anthony. 2011. ‘‘Welcome Singing Sungura Queens’: Cultural Studies and the Promotion of Female Musicians in a Zimbabwean Male-dominated Music Genre.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 103-19.

 

Mohitihi, Keitirang Elsie and Kofi Poku Quan-Baffour. 2011. ‘Oral Performance and Voice of Wisdom: Batswana Songs to Educate Young Adults About Community Health Problems.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 72-80.

 

Mtose, Xoliswa. 2011. ‘Welcome Songs by AmaXhosa Women of Idutywa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 96-102.

 

Muller, Carol Ann and Sathima Bea Benjamin. 2011. Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2011. ‘Miniature Blueprints, Spider Strategems: A Michael Blake Retrospective At 60.’ the Musical Times 152(191), 1-­22.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2011. ‘Twelve Notes, Twelve Endnotes.’ Art South Africa 9(4), 40­-44.

 

Mushore, Washington. 2011. ‘The Role of Songs in Selected Zimbabwean Television Advertisements.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 107-12.

 

Nchindila, Bernard Mwansa. 2011. ‘The Role of Music in Reading Literacy: Symphonies of an Anthem in English as a Second Language in Multilingual Contexts.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 120-35.

 

Pooley, Thomas M. 2010/2011. ‘Never the Twain Shall Meet’: Africanist Art Music and the End of Apartheid.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 45-70.

 

Robertson, Mary. 2011. ‘The Constraints of Colour: Popular Music Listening and the Interrogation of “Race” in Post-apartheid South Africa.’ Popular Music 30(3), 455-70.

 

Rutsate, Jerry. 2011. ‘Mhande Dance in Kurova Guva and Mutoro Rituals: An Efficacious and Symbolic Enactment of Karanga Epistemology.’ PhD diss., University of KwaZulu-Natal.

 

Rwafa, Urther. 2011. ‘Song and the Zimbabwean Film, Flame (1996).’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 47-58.

 

Somma, Donato. 2010/2011. ‘Music as Discipline, Solidarity and Nostalgia in the Zonderwater Prisoner of War Camp of South Africa.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 71-86.

 

Steingo, Gavin. 2011. ‘Exiles, Inziles and the Politics of Song in South Africa.’ In Exils et Migrations Postcoloniales edited by Pierre Fandio and Hervé Tchumkam, 209-23. Yaoundé: Editions Ifrikiya.

 

Steyn, Carol. 2011. ‘Historia Sancti Ludgeri Edited by Morné Bezuidenhout: A New Contribution to Chant Scholarship.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 8, 75-85.

 

Still-Drewett, Fiona. 2011. ‘Ilam’s Archival Revitalisation: The Past Five Years at the International Library of African Music.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 58(2), 157-64.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2011. ‘Review Article: Beethoven Sonatas for Cello and Piano.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 177-86.

 

Thom Wium, Matildie. 2010/2011. An Intertextual Reading of the ‘Elegia’ From Arnold van Wyk’s Duo Concertante.’ South African Music Studies 30/31, 87-128.

 

Thom-Wium, Matildie. 2011. ‘Die Bydrae van Stefans Grové se ‘Raka’ tot die Raka-diskoers (The Contribution of Stefans Grové’s ‘Raka’ to the Raka Discourse). Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 53(2), 231-47.

 

Tracey, Andrew. 2011. ‘Chopi Timbila Music.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(1), 7-30.

 

Twani, Zoliswa. 2011. ‘Music Behind Bars: Exploring the Role of Music As a Tool for Rehabilitation and Empowerment of Offenders At Mthatha Medium Correctional Centre.’ PhD diss., University of the Witwatersrand.

 

Vambe, Maurice Taonezvi. 2011. ‘Rethinking the Notion of Chimurenga in the Context of Political Change in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(2), 1-28.

 

Van Rhyn, Chris. 2011. ‘Priaulx Rainier’s Requiem and its contexts.’ Musicus 39(2), 28-38.

 

Venter, Carina. 2011. ‘Die Verband tussen Vroeë Apartheidsintellektualisering, Afrikanermusiekhistoriografie en die Ontluiking van ‘n Apartheidsestetika in die Toonkuns: Westerse Kultuur, Afrikanernasionalisme en “O Boereplaas”.’ Litnet Akademies 8(3), https://www.litnet.co.za/die-verband-tussen-vroee-apartheidsintellektualisering-afrikanermusiekhistoriografie/.

 

Vercueil, Ansie, Hannes Taljaard and Wynand Du Plessis. 2010/2011. ‘The Effect of the Tomatis Method On the Psychological Well-Being and Piano Performance of Student Pianists: An Exploratory Study.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 30/31, 129-158.

 

Viriri, Advice, Agnella Viriri and Carter Chapwanya. 2011. ‘The Influence of Popular Music, in Particular Urban Grooves Lyrics on the Zimbabwean Youth: The Case of the Troika, Maskiri, Winky D and Extra Large.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 8(1), 82-95.

2012

Ballantine, Christopher. 2012. Marabi Nights: Jazz, ‘Race’ and Society in Early Apartheid South Africa. 2nd Edition.’ Scottsville, South Africa: University of Kwazulu-Natal Press.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2012. ‘Looking Back, Looking Ahead: The State of Our Discipline: Report.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 113-33.

 

Becker, Heike. 2012. ‘Anthropology and the Study of Popular Culture: A Perspective from the Southern Tip of Africa.’ Research in African Literatures 43(4), 17-37.

 

Brukman, Jeffrey. 2012. ‘Dominant Culture, Afrikaner Nationalism and Cromwell Everson’s Klutaimnestra.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32 (2012): 1-21.

 

Chitando, Ezra and Pauline Mateveke. 2012. ‘Challenging Patriarchy and Exercising Women’s Agency in Zimbabwean Music: Analysing the Careers of Chiwoniso Maraire and Olivia Charamba.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(2), 41-52.

 

Cloete, Elene and Mabel Erasmus. 2012. ‘Service Learning as Part of Tertiary Music Programmes in South Africa: A Framework for Implementation.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 9(1), 1-22.

 

Dalamba, Lindelwa. 2012. ‘Popular Music, Folk Music, African Music: King Kong in South Africa and London.’ In IASPM 16th International Conference Proceedings, edited by Ed Montano and Carlo Nardi, 95-101.

 

Davidson, Kevin. 2012. ‘Stylistic Traits in South African Jazz: Barney Rachabane – A Case Study.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 21-36.

 

Davies, James, with Sheila Boniface Davies. 2012. ‘“So Take This Magic Flute and Blow. It Will Protect Us As We Go”: Impempe Yomlingo (2007-11) and South Africa’s Ongoing Transition.’ The Opera Quarterly 28(1), 54-71.

 

De Jongh, M.S. 2012. ‘Anarchy in the Archive Again: An Account of a South African Punk Rock Music Collection.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 60(2), 63-75.

 

Deppe, Liesel Margrit. 2012. ‘South African Music in Transition: A Flutist’s Perspective.’ DMA diss., University of Toronto.

 

Devroop, Karendra. 2012. ‘The Social-Emotional Impact of Instrumental Music Performance On Economically Disadvantaged South African Students.’ Music Education Research 14(4), 407-16.

 

Devroop, Karendra. 2012. ‘The Occupational Aspirations and Expectations of College Students Majoring in Jazz Studies.’ Journal of Research in Music Education 59(4), 393-405.

 

Duby, Marc. 2012. ‘Instrument Teaching in South African Higher Education Institutions: At the Center or on the Periphery?’ In Proceedings of the 30th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education, edited by W. Sims, 107-113. Melbourne, Australia: International Society for Music Education.

 

Finnegan, Ruth. 2012. ‘Topical and Political Songs.’ In Oral Literature in Africa, 265-90. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers.

 

Franke, Veronica. 2012. ‘South African Orchestral Music: Five Exponents.’ Acta Musicologica 84(1), 87-125.

 

Froneman, Willemien. 2012. ‘Pleasure Beyond the Call of Duty: Perspectives, Retrospectives and Speculations On Boeremusiek.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Froneman, Willemien. 2012. ‘She Danced Alone: J Fourie, Songcatcher of the Groot Marico.’ Ethnomusicology Forum 21(1), 53-76.

 

Getz, Laura M., Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Michael M. Roy and Karendra Devroop. 2012. ‘The Relationship Between Affect, Uses of Music, and Music Preferences in a Sample of South African Adolescents.’ Psychology of Music 40(2), 164-78.

 

Gilbert, Shirli. 2012. ‘Anne Frank in South Africa: Remembering the Holocaust During and After Apartheid.’ Holocaust and Genocide Studies 26(3), 366-93.

 

Haeker, Allyss Angela. 2012. ‘Post-apartheid South African Choral Music: An Analysis of Integrated Musical Styles with Specific Examples by Contemporary South African Composers.’ DMA diss., University of Iowa.

 

Hammond, Nicol. 2012. ‘Vuvuzelas, Pop Stars and Back-up Dancers: The Politics of Rhythm and Noise At the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 37-58.

 

Jones, Claire. 2012. ‘A Modern Tradition: The Social History of the Zimbabwean Marimba.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(2), 32-56.

 

Jorritsma, Marie. 2012. ‘ “Don’t Frack With Our Karoo”: Water, Landscape, and Congregational Song in Kroonvale, South Africa.’ Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 13(3-4), 373-91.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé. 2012. ‘Ethnography and the Archive: Power and Politics in Five South African Music Archives.’ PhD, Stellenbosch University.

 

Lucia, Christine (with Michael Blake). 2012. ‘Don Maclennan and Music.’ In No Other World: Essays On the Life-Work of Don Maclennan, edited by Dan Wylie and Craig Mackenzie, 124-47. Cape Town: Print Matters.

 

Mapuranga, Tapiwa Praise. 2012. ‘“Tozeza Baba”: Gender-based Violence in Oliver Mtukudzi’s Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(1), 58-70.

 

Masuku, Norma. 2012. ‘Songs and Folktales as conduits for social change in Zulu culture: A perspective on Umkhwekazi Namasi.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(1), 90-98.

 

Mhiripiri, Joyce Tsitsi. 2012. ‘Patterns of live Music Promotion and Management in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(2), 66-79.

 

Musvoto, Alfred Rangaririai. 2012. ‘The Search for Hegemony: Ordering Power after the Formation of the Government of National Unity in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(1), 71-77.

 

Nyawo, Vongai Z. 2012. ‘Rhythms of Resistance: Chants that Propelled Zimbabwe’s Third Chimurenga.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(2), 53-65.

 

Olsen, Andrew. 2012. ‘Mozart’s African Jacket: Die Zauberflöte and its Localisation in The Magic Flute (Impempe Yomlingo).’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 9(1), 67-80.

 

Pfukwa, Charles. 2012. ‘Simon Chimbetu: A Sonic Biography.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(1), 78-89.

 

Schutte, Jay. 2012. ‘Bodysuits and Biodomes: The Construction of the Sonochronotopia On Johannesburg’s South Korean Ethnoscape.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 59-76.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2012. ‘Contemporary Performance Practice of Art Music in South Africa: A Practice-Based Research Enquiry.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2012. ‘Practice-Based Research in Music: International Perspectives, South African Challenges.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 77-90.

 

Takawira, Arthur P. 2012. Makunda and Maurice T. Vambe. ‘Popular songs and the creation and expansion of Shona orthography in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 9(1), 99-117.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2012. ‘Is Interdisciplinarity Enough? Critical Remarks On Some ‘New Musicological’ Strategies From the Perspective of the Thought of Christopher Norris.’ International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 43(1), 71-94.

 

Washington, Salim. 2012. ‘Exiles/Inxiles: Differing Axes of South African Jazz During Late Apartheid.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 32, 91-111.

 

Watkins, Lee. 2012. ‘A Genre Coming of Age: Transformation, Difference, and Authenticity in the Rap Music and Hip Hop Culture of South Africa.’ In Hip Hop Africa: New African Music in a Globalizing World, edited by Eric Charry, 57-76. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

 

2013

Albertyn, Chris, ed. 2013. Keeping Time: 1964 – 1974 The Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley. Durban: Chris Albertyn and Associates.

 

Ansell, Gwen and Helena Barnard. 2013. ‘Working Small, Acting Big: Sources of, and Strategies for, Business Innovation Among South African Jazz Musicians.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 11-28.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2013. ‘Chris McGregor: Introduction and Interview.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 29-46.

 

Bristow, Tegan. 2013. ‘“Half Tiger”: An Interrogation of Digital and Mobile Street Culture and Aesthetic Practice in Johannesburg and Nairobi.’ Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research 11(3), 221-30.

 

Butete, Victoria Blessing. 2013. ‘Music Performance in Retrospect: Memories of New Brighton Female Vocalists’ Apartheid Experiences.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 60-71.

 

Chari, Tendai. 2013. ‘Between Globalisation and Localisation: Contradictory Impacts of the Seventy-Five Per Cent Local Content On the Music Industry in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(1), 25-41.

 

Chitando, Anna and Maurice Taonezvi Vambe. 2013. ‘Children’s Welfare in Zimbabwean Music: Insights From Selected Artists.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 122-34.

 

Coplan, David B. 2013. ‘Thula Mabota: South African Jazz and Popular Music Since 1994.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 47-58.

 

Dalamba, Lindelwa. 2013. ‘“Om ’n Gifsak te Versteek”: “King Kong”, the Apartheid State and the Politics of Movement, 1959-1961.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 59-80.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2013. ‘Nank’ uDisemba: Songs of the Lumko District Showing the Difficult Life of Rural Xhosa Unmarried Women.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 10 No. 1 (2013): 1-32.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2013. ‘Kavango Music.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(3), 122-50.

 

Davids, Nadia. 2013. ‘“It Is Us”: An Exploration of “Race” and Place in the Cape Town Minstrel Carnival.’ TDR: The Drama Review 57(2), 86-101.

 

Duby, Marc. 2013. ‘‘Reminiscing in Tempo’: The Rainbow and Resistance in 1980s South Africa.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 81-100.

 

Eato, Jonathan. 2013. ‘The Ian Huntley Archive.’ In Keeping Time: 1964-1974 – The Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley, 23-37. Durban: Chris Albertyn and Associates.

 

Eato, Jonathan. 2013. ‘Negotiating Tradition, Modernity, and Cultural Identity in Contemporary South Africa: The Music of Tete Mbambisa, Louis Moholo-Moholo and Zim Ngqawana.’ In A Collection of Papers, Presented at Ethnomusicology Symposium 2013, edited by Mathayo Ndomondo, Imani Sanga and Mitchel Strumpf, 119-26. Dar Es Salaam: Department of Fine and Performing Arts, University of Dar Es Salaam.

 

Eoan History Project. 2013. Eoan: Our Story, edited by Hilde Roos and Wayne Muller. Johannesburg: Fourthwall Books.

 

Fourie, Paula. 2013. ‘Review Article: Musical Echoes – South African Women Thinking in Jazz.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 101-12.

 

Germiquet, Nicole. 2013. ‘A Re-contextualisation of Charles Keil’s Theory of Participatory Discrepancies in the Music of the Presbyterian Church of Mozambique.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 10(1), 105-17.

 

Gibson, N. Jade. 2013. ‘Moving Bodies, Shifting Selves: Integration and Incorporation Through ‘Jazzing’ and ‘Salsa’ Dance in Cape Town.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 10(1), 33-52.

 

Hale, Frederick. 2013. ‘The First Scholarly South African Interpretation of Wagner? Ramsden Balmforth’s Fabian Analysis of the Ring and Parsifal.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 10(1), 53-69.

 

Hutchison, Yvette. 2013. ‘Performing the African Renaissance and the “Rainbow Nation”.’ In South African Performance and Archives of Memory, 133-69. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

 

Jordaan, Gerrit. 2013. ‘Hymn Singing in Sesotho/Setswana/Sepedi Speaking Churches: A Process of Claiming and Reclaiming.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 39-55.

 

Kubik, Gerhard. 2013. ‘South African Contributions to Jazz History.’ In Generations of Jazz Exhibition Catalogue, edited by Diane Thram, 10-16. Grahamstown: International Library of African Music.

 

Lebaka, Morakeng Edward Kenneth. 2013. ‘“Interaction Through Music”: The Transmission of Indigenous African Music With a Focus On Pedi Traditional Healers’ Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 56-74.

 

Loubser, Jostine. 2013. ‘Abdullah Ibrahim and the Validation of the Local: ‘Is This What Rashid Vally Wanted?’’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 113-32.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2013. ‘Kevin Volans.’ In Komponisten der Gegenwart: Edition Text + Kritik 50, edited by Hanns-Werner Heister and Walter-Wolfgang Sparrer, 1-16, A-N and I-XIV. Munich: Richard Boorberg Verlag.

 

Makina, Blandina. 2013. ‘Images of Women in Shona Songs By Zimbabwean Male Singers.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 50-59.

 

Malaudzi, Phalandwa Abraham. 2013. ‘The Role of Indigenous Weddings Songs in Modern Times.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(1), 42-51.

 

Martin, Denis-Constant. 2013. Sounding the Cape: Music, Identity and Politics in South Africa. Cape Town: African Minds.

 

Matiure, Perminus. 2013.’Archiving the Cultural Legacy of Mbira Dzavadzimu in the Context of Kuriva Guva and Dandaro Practices.’ PhD. diss., University of KwaZulu-Natal.

 

Mugovhani, Ndwamato George. 2013. ‘Muzika Wa Dzikhwairi: An Essay On the History of Venda Choral Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 75-89.

 

Musiyiwa, Mickias. 2013. ‘Hit Songs and the Dynamics of Postcolonial Zimbabwe: A Study in Popular Music Trends, 1980-2009.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(3), 59-91.

 

Mutemererwa, Samuel, Vimbai Chamisa and Godfrey Chambwera. 2013. ‘The National Anthem: A Mirror Image of the Zimbabwean Identity?’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(1), 52-61.

 

Muwati, Itai, Zifikile Gambahaya and Davie E. Mutasa. 2013. ‘A Potentially Dystrophic Era: Analysing the Lyrical Sociology of Selected Sungura Songs in Zimbabwe in the 1990s and Beyond.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 107-21.

 

Nchindila, Bernard M. 2013. ‘The Tin Pan Alley of Southern Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 72-79.

 

Ntuli, Cynthia Danisile Daphne. 2013. ‘Children’s Oral Poetry: A Reflection On the Role of Imilolozelo (Lullabies) As Art Performance in Zulu.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 13-23.

 

Oehrle, Elizabeth, David Akombo, and Elias Weldegebriel. 2013. ‘Community Music in Africa: Perspectives From South Africa, Kenya, and Eritrea.’ in Community Music Today, edited by Kari K. Veblen, David J. Elliott, Stephen J. Messenger and Marissa Silverman, 61-78. Lanham, MD.: Rowman & Littlefield Education in Partnership with the National Association for Music Education.

 

Otukile, Sindiso Phibion. 2013. ‘The Ditlhaka Music of the Balete of Botswana.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 90-102.

 

Phuthego, Mothusi. 2013. ‘The North-South-South Higher Education Programme: What Is In It for Partner Institutions? The Case of the University of Botswana.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 8-12.

 

Pyper, Brett. 2013. ‘On Jazz, Sociability and Symbolic Mobility in South Africa: Thinking Across Some Post-apartheid Fault Lines.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 133-52.

 

Rafapa, Lesibana. 2013. ‘Popular Music in the Zion Christian Church.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(1), 19-24.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2013. ‘Shifting Fortunes: Jazz in (Post)Apartheid South Africa.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 33, 153-166.

 

Ravengai, Samuel. 2013. ‘The Political-Aesthetic Function of Song and Dance in Zimbabwean Theatre 1980-1996.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(1), 1-18.

 

Rwafa, Urther, Advice Viriri and M.T. Vambe. 2013. ‘Music, Land and Liberation Theology: Mai Charamba’s ‘Africa’ and Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave’s ‘Hamheno Anoramba?’’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(Supplement), 24-32.

 

Thom Wium, Magtild Johanna. 2013. ‘Contextual Readings of Analysis and Compositional Process in Selected Works by Arnold van Wyk (1916-1983).’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Thram, Diane, ed. 2013. Generations of Jazz Exhibition Catalogue. Grahamstown: International Library of African Music.

 

Titus, Barbara. 2013. ‘Walking Like a Crab’: Analyzing Maskanda Music in Post-Apartheid South Africa.’ Ethnomusicology 57(2), 286-310.

 

Tracey, Andrew and Laina Gumboreshumba. 2013. ‘Transcribing the Venda Tshikona Reedpipe Dance.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(3), 25-39.

 

Van Rhyn, Chris. 2013. ‘Towards a Mapping of the Marginal: Readings of Art Songs By Nigerian, Ghanaian, Egyptian and South African Composers.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Viljoen, Santisa. 2013. ‘Singing Me to You.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 10(2), 13-22.

2014

Cabrita, Joel. 2014. Text and Authority in the South African Nazaretha Church. New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Coetzee, Paulette. 2014. ‘Performing Whiteness; Representing Otherness: Hugh Tracey and African Music.’ PhD diss., Rhodes University.

 

D’Abdon, Raphael. 2014. ‘Raising-Consciousness Art in Post-apartheid South Africa: An Exploration of Selected ‘Subversive’ Texts by Young South African Spoken Word Artists and Songwriters.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 78-89.

 

Dalamba, Lindelwa Ncedisa. 2014. ‘Passports to Jazz: The Social and Musical Dynamics of South African Jazz in Britain, 1961-1973.’ PhD diss., University of Cambridge.

 

Devroop, Karendra. 2014. ‘Performing Arts Medicine: A Research Model for South Africa.’ The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 10(2), 47-56.

 

Duby, Marc. 2014. ‘Alweer ‘Die Alibama’? Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge Through a Cape Jazz Lens.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 99-117.

 

Duke University Press. 2014. ‘Mine Workers’ Songs.’ In The South African Reader: History, Culture, Politics, edited by Clifton Crais and Thomas V. McClendon, 219-22. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

 

Fourie, William. 2014. ‘Reading Skylines: Expanding Musicological Discourse in Post-Apartheid South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2),4-18.

 

Harrop-Allin, Susan. 2014. ‘Bana Etlong Retlobapala: Examining Children’s Musical Games on a Soweto Playground.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 1-20.

 

Human, René and Caroline van Niekerk. 2014. ‘Assessing Ngoma-ness: A Generic Cross-cultural Framework for African Musical Arts Education.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 21-35.

 

Huyssen, Hans. 2014. ‘The Songs of Madosini – Musical Differences in a Composite Design.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 89-97.

 

Inglese, Francesca. 2014. ‘Choreographing Cape Town Through Goema Music and Dance.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(4), 123-45.

 

Jensen, Steffen. 2014. ‘Shosholoza: Political Culture in South African between the Secular and the Occult.’ Journal of Southern African Studies 38(1), 91-106.

 

Kafumbe, Damascus. 2014. ‘Middlebury College 2013-14 John Hamilton Fulton Lecture in the Liberal Arts: A Public Conversation with Angelique Kidjo.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(3), 36-53.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2014. ‘Composing Towards/Against Whiteness: The African Music of Mohapeloa.’ in Unsettling Whiteness, edited by Samantha Schulz and Lucy Michaels, 219-30. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press e-Book. http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/publishing/id-press/.

 

Madalane, Ignatia. 2014. ‘Tsonga Popular Music: Negotiating Ethnic Identity in ‘Global’ Music Practices.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 37-54.

 

Maludzi, Phalandwa Abraham. 2014. ‘The Communication from Within: The Role of Indigenous Songs among Some Southern African Communities.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 90-98.

 

Masemola, Michael Kgomotso and Pinky Makoe. 2014. ‘Musical Space as Site of Transculturation of Memory and Transformation of Consciousness: The Re-Affirmation of Africa in the Black Atlantic Assemblage.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 63-70.

 

Mhlambi, Thokozani. 2014. ‘‘This is No Place for a Black Man!’ Early Radio and African Listening in South Africa.’ PhD diss., University of Cape Town.

 

Milton, Viola Candice and Hannelie Marx. 2014. ‘Musical Parody, ‘Zef’ and the Politics of Belonging: ‘Dankie vir die Antwoord maar Wat Was die Vraag?’.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 19-37.

 

Mojaki, Pinkie Gomolemo. 2014. ‘The Phathisi Dance of Botswana: Decoding the Meanings in the Traditional Performances of a Dance.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 99-112.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2014. Nagmusiek. Johannesburg: Fourthwall Books.

 

Nell, Dirkie. 2014. ‘Intensive in-Service Training: Arts and Culture Workshop – Focus Area: Music – Singing and Conducting.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 38-57.

 

Nkosi, A.D. 2014. ‘Modern African Classical Drumming: A Potential Instrumental Option for South African School Music Curriculum.’ DMus diss., University of Pretoria.

 

Nzewi, Meki and Rose Omolo-Ongati. 2014. ‘Injecting the African Spirit of Humanity into Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Musical Arts in the Modern Classroom.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 55-72.

 

Okigbo, Austin. 2014. ‘Contesting Cultural Meaning in a Post-apartheid South African HIV/AIDS Music Event.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 9(4), 54-70.

 

Olsen, Kathryn. 2014. Music and Social Change in South Africa: Maskanda Past and Present. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

Oosthuizen, Magdalena Johanna. 2014. ‘Arnold van Wyk as Liedkomponis: ‘n Ontsluiting van die Liedere in die Arnold van Wyk-Versameling by die Universiteit Stellenbosch.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Panebianco-Warrens, Clorinda. 2014. ‘Exploring the Dimensions of Flow and the Role of Music in Professional Ballet Dancers.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 58-78.

 

Petersen, Alvin. 2014. ‘Aspects of African Rhythm Explored for their Education Potential within a Tertiary Setting: A South African Perspective.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 89-102.

 

Pooley, Thomas. 2014. ‘Melody as Prosody: Towards a Usage-Based Theory of Music.’ PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania.

 

Pyper, Brett. 2014. ‘“You Can’t Listen Alone”: Jazz, Listening and Sociality in a Transitioning South Africa.’ PhD diss., New York University.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2014. ‘Probing the Boundaries of Opera as Notated Practice in South Africa: The Case of Eoan.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 79-88.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2014. ‘Remembering to Forget the Eoan Group: The Legacy of An Opera Company from the Apartheid Era.’ SATJ: South African Theatre Journal, 27(1), 1-18.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2014. ‘Viva Verdi: Ringing the Changes at Cape Town Opera.’ Acta Musicologica 86(2), 249-66.

 

Roy, Michael M., Karendra Devroop and Laura Getz. 2014. ‘Improvement in South African Students’ Outlook Due to Music Involvement.’ Music Education Research 17(4), 465-79.

 

Rwafa, Urther. 2014. ‘Singing Peace and Forgiveness: The Case of Jah Prayzah, Sulumani Chimbetu, Chiwoniso Maraire and Edith Weutonga.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 50-62.

 

Thompson, Mabunda M. and Cindy Ramhurry. 2014. ‘A Uniting Song That Divides: A Critical Analysis of Aw Dubul’ibhunu (Kill the Boer).’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(1), 32-42.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2014. ‘A Critique of the Music School as a Conservative System of Music Production.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 11(2), 116-32.

 

Viljoen, Martina. 2014. ‘Representations of Women in Music: What Difference Does Difference Make?’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 11(1), 73-88.

 

Zdrálek, Vit. 2014. ‘Choir on the Suburban Train: Creating a Sense of Solidarity among Black South African Train Commuters.’ In Tradition versus Modernity in Contemporary Africa: Proceedings of the VIIIth International Conference on African Studies, edited by Tomás Machalík and Kateřina Mildnerová, 115-130. Prague: Czech Association for African Studies.

 

2015

Ballantine, Christopher. 2014/2015. ‘Peter Rezant: Doyen of South African Jazz-Band Leaders – Introduction and Interview.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 229-61.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2014/2015. ‘On Being Undone by Music: Thoughts Towards a South African Future Worth Having.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 501-20.

 

Bester, Christian. 2015. ‘Pauline Bredelli: South Africa’s Elusive First Prima Donna.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 12(1/2), 23-32.

 

Bethke, Andrew-John. 2015. ‘Repertoire Performed in Anglican Parishes in the Diocese of Cape Town: Congregational Music and Local Developments, 2009-2012.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 12(1/2), 33-55.

 

Brukman, Jeffrey. 2015. ‘Review Article – Negotiating Tonic Sol-Fa and Staff Notation: Two South African Perspectives.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(2), 152-67.

 

Bruinders, Sylvia. 2015. ‘From Orality to Literacy: Negotiating Musical Transmission in the Christmas Bands in the Western Cape, South Africa.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 12(1/2), 57-72.

 

Chikowero, Mhoze. 2015. African Music, Power, and Being in Colonial Zimbabwe. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

 

Coetzee, Paulette. 2015. ‘Dancing with Difference: Hugh Tracey on and in (African) Music.’ Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies 16, 1-23.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2014/2015. ‘Cracking the Rhythm Codes in the Music of the Lumko District.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 171-205.

 

Dargie, Dave. 2015. ‘The Voice of a Prisoner: Recordings of Joseph Ntwanambi in the Ruhleben Prisoner of War Camp, Berlin, 1917.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10)1, 180-99.

 

De Jongh, Santie. 2015. ‘Armed with a Light Bulb at the End of a Cord: The Ten-Year Journey of Domus.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 62(3), 212-21.

 

Drewett, Michael. 2014/2015. ‘Shify Records in Apartheid South Africa: Innovations in Independent Record Company Resistance.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 29-62.

 

Duby, Marc. 2015. ‘“Sounds of a Cowhide Drum”: Challenges Facing a New African Musicology.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 12(1/2), 73-87.

 

Erasmus, Aidan. 2014/2015. ‘Disquiet.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 352-363.

 

Eyre, Banning. 2015. ‘Thomas Mapfumo and the Popularization of Shona Mbira.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(1), 84-101.

 

Foxcroft, Catherine and Clorinda Panebianco Warrens. 2014/2015. ‘Exploring the Role of Pianists’ Emotional Engagement with Music in a Solo Performance.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 459-99.

 

Grunebaum, Heidi. 2014/2015. ‘No Consolation: The Poetics of Lament and the Insistence of Complicity.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 299-310.

 

Hardy, Stacy. 2014/2015. ‘River Blindness.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 391-406.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2015. Eoan – Our Story: Treading New Methodological Paths in Music Historiography. Historia, 60(2), X-X.  

 

Huyssen, Hans Heinrich. 2015. ‘Composing (in) Contemporary South Africa: Theoretical and Musical Responses to Complexity.’ DPhil diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Khumalo, Andile. 2014/2015. ‘Interview With Robert Fokkens.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 97-108.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé. 2015. ‘The House Where History Ended Up: Packing Up the Ben Segal Collection.’ Fontes Artis Musicae 62(3), 166-82.

 

Madalane, Ignatia. 2015. ‘From Paul to Penny: The Emergence and Development of Tsonga Disco 1985-1990s.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(1), 150-79.

 

Maguraushe, Wonder. 2015. ‘Insights into the Zimbabwe Integrated National Teacher Education Course: Graduates’ Music Teaching Competence.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 86-102.

 

Makaudze, Godwin. 2015. ‘Budding Shona Musi-Poets and their Social Vision: Chenjerai Mazambani.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 74-85.

 

Matiza, Vimbai Moreblessing. 2015. ‘PUNGWE Gatherings as forms of Drama for Development Through Music in Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 62-73.

 

Mpofu, Phillip and Charles Tembo. 2015. ‘Militarising Music and Demilitarising the Military: Making Sense of ’Musoja’ in Zimdancehall Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 103-21.

 

Mugovhani, George Ndwamato and Ayodamope Oluranti. 2015. ‘Symbiosis or Integration: A Study of the Tonal Elements in the Choral Works of Mzilikazi Khumalo and Phelelani Mnomiya.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(2), 1-21.

 

Muller, Stephanus. 2015. ‘Apartheid Aesthetics and Insignificant Art: The Songs of Stephanus le Roux Marais (1896­1979).’ Journal of Musicology 33(1), 45-69.

 

Muwati, Itai. 2015. ‘Negotiating Space, Voice and Recognition: An Analysis of the “District Song” of the Tonga People of Binga, Zimbabwe.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(2), 22-36.

 

Ncube, Gibson. 2015. ‘To Be Black, Christian and Gay: Nakhane Touré’s Brave Confusion. Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(2), 37-52.

 

Njoora, Timothy K. 2015. ‘More Than Just Good Feelings: Advocacy for Music Among Mainstream Subjects.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 23-40.

 

Pateman, Matthew. 2014/2015. ‘What Do We Then Do, Aryan? Where Do We Then Go? SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 337-63.

 

Pauw, Esther Marie. 2015. ‘Curating South African Flute Compositions: Landscape as Theme of Exhibition.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Pauw, Marietjie. 2014/2015. ‘The Flute Becomes a Gun: A Flautist’s Perspectives on Aryan Kaganof’s Film ‘Night Is Coming: A Threnody for the Victims of Marikana.’’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 408-25.

 

Perman, Tony. 2015. ‘A Tale of Two Mbiras.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(1), 102-126.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2014/2015. ‘Experiences of Belonging and Exclusion in the Production and Reception of Some Contemporary South African Jazz: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 262-89.

 

Rwafa, Urther. 2015. ‘An Encounter With the Enigma: Some Philosophical Reflections On Hosiah Chipanga’s Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 122-33.

 

Saidi, Umali. 2015. ‘Tracing Humour in Paul Matavire’s Selected Songs.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(1), 53-61.

 

Schutte, Gillian. 2014/2015. ‘A Literary Critique of Death Songs: Night Is Coming – A Threnody for the Victims of Marikana.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 325-336.

 

Shabangu, Mohammad. 2014/2015. ‘Political Speculations on Music and Social Cohesion.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 529-38.

 

Stimie Behr, Annemie. 2014/2015. ‘The Politics of Musical Meaning: The Case of Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph’s Masada.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 1-28.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2014/2015. ‘Analysing “From the Inside Out”: Frederic Rzewski\s De Profundis From a Performer’s Perspective.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 426-58.

 

 

Behr, Annemie Stimie. 2015. ‘The Hans Kramer Collection at the National Library, Cape Town: An Archival Perspective on Jewish Patronage of Music in 20th-century South Africa.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 12(1/2), 1-22.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2014/2015. ‘Analysing ‘From the Inside Out’: Frederic Rzewski’s De Profundis from a Performer’s Perspective.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 426-58. 

 

Thram, Diane. 2014/2015. ‘Andrew Tracey: Performer, Scholar, Teacher, Mentor.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 146-70.

 

Titus, Barbara. 2014/2015. ‘Some Implications of Being Undone by Music: A Response to Christopher Ballantine.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 521-28.

 

Tracey, Andrew. 2015. ‘The System of the Mbira.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(1), 127-49.

 

Van Niekerk, Caroline. 2015. ‘The Lesser-Known John Blacking – As Choral Conductor.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 12(2), 77-93.

 

Van Rhyn, Chris. 2014/2015. ‘From the Incompatible to the Provisionally Synthesised in the Music of Robert Fokkens.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 109-134.

 

Venter, Carina. 2014/2015. ‘Negotiating Vision: Listening with the Eyes and Hearing Landscape Critically.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 364-90.

 

Washington, Salim. 2015. ‘Silence, Music, Revolution: Jazz as Narrative Agent in Mongane Wally Serote’s “To Every Birth Its Blood”.’ Journal of Literary Studies 31(1), 96-120.

 

Zdrálek, Vit. 2015. ‘Mapping the Individual Musical Experience in Post-apartheid South Africa: A Bio-ethnography of Township Dweller Lesiba Samuel Kadiaka.’ PhD diss., Charles University, Prague.

 

Zimmer, Niklas C. 2014/2015. ‘Review Article – ‘Keeping Time: 1964-1974, the Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley’ by Chris Albertyn.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 207-28.

 

Grimley, Daniel M. 2014/2015. ‘From Strange Rooms: Music, Landscape, and the Failure of Response.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 34/35, 311-24.

 

 

2016

Agawu, Kofi. 2016. The African Imagination in Music. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Ansell, Gwen. 2016. ‘Who’s Got the Map? Scholarship, Journalism and Essentialism in Writing on South African Jazz.’ the world of music  5(2), 125-42.

 

Ballantine, Christopher. 2016[1984]. Music and Its Social Meanings. Volume 2 of Musicology Series. London: Routledge, Chapman and Hall. [Reprint.]

 

Bethke, Andrew-John. 2016. ‘Negotiating Musical Cultures in Colonial Hymnody: Analysing Localised Harmonisations of Western Hymn Tunes.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(2), 186-209.

 

Bower, Rudi and Jan-Erik Swart. 2016. The Projecting of Musical and Extra-musical Elements in Constructing Choral Identity with Specific Reference to Three South African Regional Children’s Choirs.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 13(1/2), 1-15.

 

Bruckman, Jeffrey. 2016. ‘Shifts and Turns in Paul Hamner’s Nachtroep: A Close Musical Analysis. the world of music  5(2), 47-66.

 

Chari, Tendai. 2016. ‘Fame Without Fortune: Discursive Constructions of Bling in Urban Grooves Music.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(1), 19-31.

 

Dalamba, Lindelwa. 2016. A Sideman on the Frontier: Gwigwi Mrwebi and South African Jazz history.’ the world of music 5(2), 67-90.

 

De Villiers, Alethea. 2016. ‘The Role of Context in the Efficacy of Professional Development in the Creative Arts.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(2), 67-79.

 

Devroop, Karendra. 2016. ‘Performance-Related Medical Problems of University Jazz Studies Majors.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(1), 91-99.

 

Franke, Veronica. 2016. ‘Klatzow Reinvented: From Modernist, Non-tonal Activist to Tonal Art-music Champion.’ The Musical Times 157(1937), 87-103.

 

Jansen van Rensburg, Claudia. 2016. ‘Documenting the Structures of Musical Silencing and Audibility: The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s Central Record Acceptance Committee from 1986 to 1996.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(2), 51-66.

 

Kyker, Jennifer. 2016. ‘Reassessing the Zimbabwean Chipendani.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(2), 140-66.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé. 2016. ‘Performing the Aporias of the Archive: Towards a Future for South African Music Archives.’ Historia 61(1), 132-54.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé. 2016. ‘An Encounter With the Archive: Dealing with the Challenges of Representing a History.’ In Proceedings of the 19th Annual History Seminar, ‘Ernesto Restrepo Tirado’, X-X. Bogota: National Museum of Colombia.

 

Makura, Alfred Henry. 2016. ‘The Glorification of Patriarchy in Paul Matavire’s Music Lyrics.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(2), 3-19.

 

Martens, Peter. 2016. ‘Contemporary Performance of the Sonatas for Cello and Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven as Informed by Carl Czerny.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Merz, Christopher Linn. 2016. ‘Tracing the Development of the South African Alto Saxophone Style.’ the world of music 5(2), 31-46.

 

Otukile, Sindiso Phibion and Kelone Khudu-Petersen. 2016. ‘Tsutsube Music as Practised by the Basarwa (San) of Botswana.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(1), 58-67.

 

Pooley, Thomas Mathew. 2016. Umaskandi Izibongo: Semantic, Prosodic and Musical Dimensions of Voice in Zulu Popular Praises.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(2), 7-34.

 

Ramanna, Nishlyn. 2016. ‘Introduction: Discursive Flows in South African Jazz Studies – Texts, Contexts, and Subtexts.’ the world of music 5(2), 7-30.

 

Rennie-Salonen, Bridget and Frelét de Villiers. 2016. ‘Towards a Model for Musicians’ Occupational Health Education at Tertiary Level in South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(2), 130-51.

 

Richey, Austin Thomas. 2016. ‘Chimurenga Renaissance: Double Doubleness in the Diasporic Music of Tendai Maraire.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(2), 167-85.

 

Roos, Hilde. 2016. ‘Briewe aan ‘n Diva: Die Verswyging van Gay-identiteit in Gordon Jephtas se Briewe aan May Abrahamse.’ Litnet Akademies 13(1).

 

Roux, Gerhard Wachtendonck. 2016. ‘’n Stelselbenadering tot die Ontwerp en Ontleding van Prosesse vir Klankproduksie.’ PhD diss., Stellenbosch University.

 

Schoeman, Ben. 2016. ‘The Piano Works of Stefans Grové (1922-2014): A Study of Stylistic Influences, Technical Elements and Canon Formation in South African Art Music.’ DMA diss., City, University of London and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

 

Spies, Bertha. 2016. ‘Peter Klatzow’s Words from a Broken String: Two Cultures Meet in the Distant Past.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 13(1/2), 31-52.

 

Steingo, G. 2016. Kwaito’s Promise: Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

 

Stolp, Mareli. 2016. ‘Report to the Academy: Power and Ethics in Humanities Research.’ Acta Academica 48(1), 1-26.

 

Ureke, Oswelled and Yollanda Washaya. 2016. ‘Social Commentary, Subaltern Voices and the Alternative Medium of Zimdancehall Music: Unpacking the Music of Winky D and Sniper Storm.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 13(1), 68-88.

 

Van Rhyn, Chris. 2016. ‘The African Expatriate Composer as Diplomat.’ Musicology Australia: Journal of the Musicological Society of Australia 38(2), 138-52.

 

Van Rhyn, Chris. 2016. Writing the history of art music in Africa: a case of symbolic interactionism. Critical Arts 30(2), 269-81.

 

Viljoen, Santisa and Marita Wenzel. 2016. ‘The Same, Yet Different: Re-encoding Identity in U-Carmen eKhayelitsha.’ Journal of the Musical Arts in Africa 13(1/2), 53-70.

 

Vos, Stephanie. 2016. ‘South African Jazz and Exile in the 1960s: Theories, Discourses and Lived Experiences.’ PhD diss., Royal Holloway College, London University.

 

2017

Ballantine, Christopher. 2017. ‘Song, Memory, Power, and the South African Archive.’ Musical Quarterly 99(1), 60-80.

 

Barrett, Michael Joseph. 2017. ‘Exploring choristers’ perceptions of a university choir as potential for social capital and personal value.’ DMus thesis, University of Pretoria.

 

Bethge, Andrew John. 2016/2017. ‘A Transfiguring Tradition of Anglican Music: Localisation and Experimental Church Music at the College of the Transfiguration in Grahamstown.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 311-55.

 

Coetzee, Paulette. 2016/2017. ‘Hugh Tracey, African Music and Cloial Power: Correspondence with Government Officials in the 1950s.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 83-109.

 

Coplan, David B. with Oscar Gutierrez. 2017. Last Night at the Bassline: A Tribute. Auckland Park, South Africa: Jacana Media.

 

De Jongh, M.S. 2017. ‘Directory of South African Music Collections.’ http://libguides.sun.ac.za/SAMusicCollections.

 

DeWitt, Howard A. 2017. Searching For Sugar Man II: Rodriguez, Coming From Reality, Heroes & Villains. Scottsdale, AZ: Horizon Books.

 

Duby, Marc. 2017. ‘ “Fanfare for the Warriors”: Jazz, Education, and State Control in 1980s South Africa and After.’ In Jazz and Totalitarianism, edited by Bruce Johnson, 268-94. New York: Routledge.

 

Eato, Jonathan. 2017. ‘A Climbing Vine through Concrete: Jazz in 1960s Apartheid South Africa.’ In Jazz and Totalitarianism, edited by Bruce Johnson, 241-67. New York: Routledge.

 

Engelbrecht, Inge. 2016/2017. ‘Kramer District Six Kanala – Why I Am Not Laughing.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 348-61.

 

Fourie, Paula. 2016/2017. ‘Taliep Petersen: An Interview with Paul Hamner.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 416-48.

 

Fourie, William. 2016/2017. ‘Splinter and Loss: Reading Clare Loveday’s Johannesburg Etude No. 2.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 464-89.

 

Jeffery, C. 2017. South African film music: representation of racial, cultural and national identities, 1931-1969. Doctoral thesis, University of Cape Town. Available at: https://open.uct.ac.za/handle/11427/27459.

 

Khumalo, Andile. 2016/2017. ‘On Heatwave, Silence, and Working as A Woman Composer in South Africa: In Conversation with Clare Loveday.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 504-17.

 

Lambrechts, Lizabé and Ernst van der Wal. 2016/2017. ‘Landscapes of Loss: Curatorial Mapping and the Use of Archival Sound Recordings.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 362-88.

 

Lee, Donvé. 2017. Syd Kitchen: Scars That Shine. Johannesburg: Tracy McDonald.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2017. ‘“Yet None With Truer Fervour Sing”: Coronation March and the (De)Colonisation of African Choral Music.’ African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music 10(3), 23-44.

 

Lucia, Christine and Grant Olwage. 2016/2017. ‘The Joshua Pulumo Mohapeloa Critical Edition: An Interview with Christine Lucia.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 157-77.

 

Lucia, Christine. 2016/2017. ‘General Introduction to the Mohapeloa Critical Edition.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 178-236.

 

Meintjes, Louise, with photographs by T.J. Lemon. 2017. Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Aesthetics After Apartheid. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

 

Meyer, Joy and Liesl van der Merwe. 2017. ‘Adapting the Suzuki Method for Two Community Music Programmes in Atteridgeville, South Africa.’ Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa 14(1), 1-25.

 

Monte, Ernest Patrick. 2016/2017. ‘Music, Memory and Forgetting: Patriotic Choral Music in Kenya.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 110-28.

 

Motinyane, Mantoa, Mpho Ndebele and Christine Lucia. 2016/2017. ‘Translating Mohapeloa: Perspectives from Mantoa Motinyane and  Mpho Ndebele, with an Introduction by Christine Lucia.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 157-77.

 

Okigbo, Austin. 2017. ‘South African Music in the History of Epidemics.’ Journal of Folklore Research 54(1-2), 87-118.

 

Pauw, Marietjie. 2017. ‘Naklanke van Arnold van Wyk se Poerpasledam vir fluit en klavier’ (Reverberations of Poerpasledam for flute and piano by Arnold van Wyk). Litnet Akademies 14(3).

 

Pistorius, Juliana M. 2016/2017. ‘Eoan, Assimilation, and the Charge of “Coloured Culture”.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 389-415.

 

Stolp, Mareli and Clare Loveday. 2016/2017. ‘Leading the Way, One Note at a Time: Composer Clare Loveday at 50.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 490-503.

 

Van der Merwe, S. D. 2017. On Record: Popular Afrikaans Music & Society 1900-2017. Stellenbosch: SUN Press.

 

Venter, Carina. 2016/2017. ‘A Catalogue of Seepage: Apartheid’s Political Grammar, Afrikaans Music Historiography and Early Afrikaner Nationalism.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 265-90.

 

Venter, Carina, William Fourie, Juliana M. Pistorius and neo muyanga. 2016/2017. ‘Decolonising Musicology: A Response and Three Positions.’ SAMUS: South African Music Studies 36/37, 129-54.

 

Williams, Pat. 2017. King Kong: Our Knot of Time and Music. London: Jonathan Ball.