'World music or migrant music? The global networks of popular music performance'
Citation:World music or migrant music? The global networks of popular music performance , Karen Fricker and Ronit Lentin, Performing Global Networks, Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007, 88, 104, Barbara Bradby and Bart Put
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Other Titles:Performing Global Networks
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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