Fair. Individual issue, Volume III, No. 2. Contains notes and underlining. Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority.
Good Plus. Folio. 201pp, bibliography, discography, bw ills, several folding tables. Or orange wraps with picture of Mexican ceramic figure. Slight rubbing to covers, occasional hilighting. A collection of reports in Ethnomusicology including: The War God's Horse Song-An exegesis in Native American Humanities; Oglala Song Terminologyu; A History of Ojibwa Song Form; Okeshare, Music for a Winter Ceremony; The Turtle Dance Songs of San Juan Pueblo; The Pogonshare Ceremony of the Tewa San Juan, New Mexico & Fox, Owl, and Raven. All reports herein concern Native American songs and music.
Very Good. Pictorial Softcover. First edition. Book is in very good condition, generally crisp and clean, with tight binding. Shows some shelf wear. Illustrated throughout with musical examples, native song texts with translations, and photographs. 4to. 200 pp.
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