Table of contents for Vodou nation : Haitian art music and cultural nationalism / Michael Largey.

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Contents
 
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
 
Introduction: Performing the Nation: Musical Constructions of Haitian Cultural Identity
1. The Politics of Musical Ethnography: Jean Price-Mars and the Ethnological Movement
2. Recombinant Mythology and the Alchemy of Memory: Occide Jeanty, Ogou, and Jean-
Jacques Dessalines
3. Africans and Arawaks: The Music of Ludovic Lamothe and Justin Elie
4. Visions of Vodou in African-American Operas about Haiti: Ouanga and Troubled Island
5. Ethnography and Music Ideology: The Music of Werner A. Jaegerhuber
Epilogue: Roots Music and Cultural Memory
 
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Folk music -- Haiti -- History and criticism.
Voodoo music -- Haiti -- History and criticism.
African Americans -- Haiti -- Music.
Haiti -- Social life and customs.