Table of contents for Nationalists, cosmopolitans, and popular music in Zimbabwe / Thomas Turino.


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Acknowledgments
Part One - Critical Foundations
Introduction
1. Social Identities and Indigenous Musical Practices
Part Two - Colonialism and the Rise of Urban Popular Music
2. Indigenous Music and Dance in Mbare Township, 1930-1960
3. The Settler-State and Indigenous Music during the Federation Years
4. The African Middle Class: Concerts, Cultural Discourse, and All That Jazz
Part Three - Musical Nationalism
5. Music, Emotion, and Cultural Nationalism, 1958-1963
6. Musical Nationalism and Chimurenga Songs of the 1970s
Part Four - Guitar Bands and Cosmopolitan Youth Culture
7. On the Margins of Nationalism: Acoustic Guitarists and Guitar Bands of the 1960s
8. Stars of the Seventies: The Rise of Indigenous-Based Guitar Bands
Part Five - Globalization Begins at Home
9. Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Popular Music after 1980
Notes
Reference and Bibliography
Discography
Index





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Popular music -- Zimbabwe -- History and criticism.
Music -- Social aspects -- Zimbabwe.