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Music and Youth: Between US and the World, The Future.

Ethnologies 2000, Annual, 22, 1

Ethnologies

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Come what may today, Tomorrow's world belongs to us. NTM, band from Saint-Denis, France It is a truism to say that music is one of humankind's most-used and best-loved channels for rendering and externalizing its joys and sorrows, its euphoria and failures, its experiences and expectations. Music is at the heart of both self-expression and interpersonal communication. It is a bearer of identity as much as it is a way of interacting with other people, near and far. And to do this, it draws on a repertoire of signs that are much more universal than words -- although the increasing use of a trite, almost over-polished kind of American English (the "desperanto" of a globalizing world?) may force us to moderate this assertion somewhat.

Music and Youth: Between US and the World, The Future.
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  • Category: Social Science
  • Published: 01 January 2000
  • Publisher: Ethnologies
  • Print Length: 8 Pages
  • Language: English
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