Gregory barz offers an ethnography of how education about hiv aids is presented to ugandan audiences through music dance and drama working with medical doctors indigenous healers and womens groups since 1999 he investigates how song texts refer to hiv aids and how women suffering from hiv aids have become empowered through their music dance and drama presentations thus singing for life . A pioneering work in the growing field of medical ethnomusicology singing for life shows how music dance drama and the visual arts have been enlisted in the fight against aids in east africa from education to prevention and treatment it shows how musical traditions have the power to both spread needed information and influence social behaviour and presents a cultural analysis of hope and healing through case studies song texts interviews and personal testemonies the author shows . First published in 2006 routledge is an imprint of taylor francis an informa company. Singing for life hiv aids and music in uganda muziki vol 7 no 2 pp 255 262 2010 singing for life hiv aids and music in uganda muziki vol 7 no 2 pp 255 262 skip to main content log in register cart home all journals muziki list of issues volume 7 issue 2 singing for life hiv aids and music in search in advanced search muziki journal of music research in africa . Singing for life hiv aids and music in uganda gregory barz jim wooten on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers singing for life hiv aids and music in uganda
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