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LH: In the first place, I thought that if it was a world music class [that] I had to except for where it was pertinent to the classic music teach only the classic music. There were four or five major categories, and they were all Asian nations, even Europe which is only a peninsula of Asia. I didn’t do much of [the European tradition], but I did do the Chinese tradition, including the Japanese and Korean [traditions], and I did do Southeast Asia, predominantly gamelan, and then the Hindu tradition, and the Islamic tradition in several of its aspects.
Mr. Rossolatos’s father came to Canada from Greece, started an auto repair shop in Ottawa, and drove a taxi at night to help pay the bills. His son, the founding chief executive of the newly launched Canadian Business Growth Fund, began helping out by the age of 9.
Go Bears, and go Amanda, for carving a truly legit pumpkin! Reward yourself by eating some of those totally addictive mini Snickers. The Mexican holiday celebrates those who have passed on, every year, on Nov. 1 and 2. His wife backstory comes out. See, her first husband was African American (she got his picture in her locket, Watson calls him handsome and intelligent looking and the little girl is their daughter. ( or fair, she is my own dear girlie and her mother pet! She didn think that a second husband would sign off on a multiracial daughter, so she been letting the Scottish nurse raise her until she just cracked, missed her little girl too much, and had to have her near, even if it meant doing dumb things like giving her a mask and evening gloves so they wouldn accidentally start a rumor about an African American girl living in the neighborhood..
In Chapter Two, “The Afterlife of Neda Ukraden: Negotiating Space and Memory through Popular Music after the Fall of Yugoslavia, 1990 2008,” Catherine Baker discusses the case of Yugoslavian singer Neda Ukraden to demonstrate how musical biographies “become subject to recontextualization and reworking in conditions of ethno political conflict” (60). Baker examines the erasure of multiple identities in what she characterizes as a violent process to create meaningful identities for newly formed nation states. In Chapter Three, “Between the Lines: ‘Lili Marlene,’ Sexuality, and the Desert War,” Christina Baade examines the way in which the song “Lili Marlene” was enjoyed across enemy lines during World War II.