Music, Nature, Place

The series is dedicated to disseminating the highest quality multidisciplinary scholarship focusing upon the intersections of music, nature, and place. The series seeks to publish books that employ a wide array of methodologies; address a broad range of topics, concerns, and tradition; and traverse boundaries between art, popular, and folk musics. The series welcomes studies that treat urban and rural issues and conditions, and crossovers between science and the humanities. The series aims to explore different modes of thought enabled by music. This series is currently closed to new submissions but you may direct questions about it to Acquisitions Editor Janice Frisch at frischj@indiana.edu.
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Is Birdsong Music?

Outback Encounters with an Australian Songbird

Hollis Taylor, foreword by Philip Kitcher, edited by Hollis Taylor

Hardback  $80.00 
ebook  $38.99 
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Is Birdsong Music?

Outback Encounters with an Australian Songbird

Hollis Taylor, foreword by Philip Kitcher, edited by Hollis Taylor

Paperback  $39.00 
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Music and the Skillful Listener

American Women Compose the Natural World

Denise Von Glahn

Hardback  $40.00 
ebook  $9.99 
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A Song to Save the Salish Sea

Musical Performance as Environmental Activism

Mark Pedelty

Paperback  $27.00 
Hardback  $75.00 
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A Song to Save the Salish Sea

Musical Performance as Environmental Activism

Mark Pedelty

ebook  $26.99