Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam

Frishkopf, Michael Aaron, and Federico Spinetti. Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2018.


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Part One: Transregional
1. Listening to Islamic Gardens and Landscapes, by D. Fairchild Ruggles

Part Two: The Ottoman Empire and Turkey
2. A Sound Status among the Ottoman Elite: Architectural Patrons of Sixteenth-Century Istanbul Mosques and Their Recitation Programs, by Nina Ergin
3. A Concert Platform: A Space for a Style in Turkish Music, by John Morgan O'Connell
4. Articulating Otherness in the Construction of Alevi-Bektasi Rituals and Ritual Space in a Transnational Perspective, by Irene Markoff

Part Three: The Arab World
5. Venerating Cairo's Saints through Monument and Ritual: Islamic Reform and the Rise of the Architext, by Michael Frishkopf
6. Nightingales and Sweet Basil: The Cultural Geography of Aleppine Song, by Jonathan H. Shannon
7. Aural Geometry: Poetry, Music, and Architecture in the Arabic Tradition, by Samer Akkach

Part Four: Andalusia and Europe
8. Tents of Silk and Trees of Light in the Lands of Najd: The Aural and the Visual at a Mawlid Celebration in the Alhambra, by Cynthia Robinson
9. Aristocratic Residences and the Majlis in Umayyad Córdoba, by Glaire D. Anderson
10. Sounds of Love and Hate: Sufi Rap, Ghetto Patrimony, and the Concrete Politics of the French Urban Periphery, by Paul A. Silverstein

Part Five: Central and South Asia
11. Ideal Form and Meaning in Sufi Shrines of Pakistan: A Return to the Spirit, by Kamil Khan Mumtaz
12. The Social and Sacred Microcosm of the Kiiz Üi: Space and Sound in Rituals for the Dead among the Kazakhs of Mongolia, by Saida Daukeyeva

Part Six: Iran
13. Listening to Pictures in Iran, by Anthony Welch ◦


from: Frishkopf, Michael Aaron, and Federico Spinetti. Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2018.
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