1. THINKING ABOUT MUSIC; 2. THINKING ABOUT INSTRUMENTS; 3. THINKING ABOUT TIME; 4. THINKING ABOUT PITCH; 5. THINKING ABOUT STRUCTURING; 6. THINKING CRITICALLY ABOUT ISSUES; 7. THINKING ABOUT FIELDWORK
Bonnie C. Wade is Professor of Music, Chair of the Faculty Group in Asian Studies, and holder of the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Chair in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. She has served as President of the Society of Ethnomusicology.
"Thinking Musically combines features of a course in musicianship with courses on the introduction to music and music cultures in different parts of the world. There is no other book like this on the market." -Eliot Bates, Cornell University "Thinking Musically will provide students with a strong foundation from which they can shape their own research goals as young scholars."-Ruth Emily Rosenberg, University of Illinois, Chicago