John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 25, Number 2October 2010

Table of Contents

Ecompanion_small “Like Cords Around My Heart”: Sacred Harp Memorial Lessons and the Transmission of Tradition
by Kiri Miller
Ecompanion_small “Writing” and “Reference” in Ifá Divination Chants
by Adélékè Adéẹ̀kọ́
Orality, Literacy, Popular Culture: An Eighteenth-Century Case Study
by Laura Davies
Ecompanion_small “Secret Language” in Oral and Graphic Form: Religious-Magic Discourse in Aztec Speeches and Manuscripts
by Katarzyna Mikulska Dąbrowska
Ecompanion_small Improvised Song in Schools: Breaking Away from the Perception of Traditional Song as Infantile by Introducing a Traditional Adult Practice
by Jaume Ayats, Albert Casals, Mercè Vilar
Ecompanion_small The Tuzu Gesar Epic: Performance and Singers
by Wang Guoming
Ecompanion_small Interperformative Relationships in Ingrian Oral Poetry
by Kati Kallio
Rethinking the Orality-Literacy Paradigm in Musicology
by Francesca R. Sborgi Lawson
Ecompanion_small Asian Origins of Cinderella: The Zhuang Storyteller of Guangxi
by Fay Beauchamp
A Bibliography of Publications by Albert Bates Lord
by John Miles Foley, Morgan E. Grey, Mary Louise Lord

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