Ebenezer Obey and the Aesthetics of the Yoruba World is a study of the relationship between the contemporary artistes and the traditional oral artistes in terms of aesthetics, meanings and social context. The example of Ebenezer Obey's juju music in terms of free borrowing, as well as other artistes of his times, confirms the indebtedness of the contemporary artistes to the traditional oral art and chanters. Ebenezeer Obey now does to the contemporary society, using modern technology, what the oral chanters did to the traditional societies. The contemporary artistes thereby become the gapeposts for the oral chanters and new sources for the study of Yoruba Oral Literature.
|Number of Pages||120|
|Country of Manufacture||India|
|Product Brand||LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing|
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