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Why Suyá Sing: A Musical Anthropology of an Amazonian People (Cambridge Studies in Ethnomusicology) Hardcover – January 29, 1988
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Seeger makes the distinction in this book between an "anthropology of music" and a "musical anthropology," this book fitting in the latter category. A good read whether interested in/involved in Music, Ethnomusicology, OR Anthropology! [i.e. "non-musical" anthropologists need not worry and should also read this].
If nothing else, you should all buy this book to listen to his wife's "Anthropologist's Wife" song/lament - fantastic, and ever so true. My wife and I truly connected with that song as we first heard it while on our first extended time overseas. :)