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Wer alles zu hören ist, wenn Katja Ebstein vom Indiojungen aus Peru singt, und was diese Stimmen in der Musikethnologie zu suchen haben

Julio Mendívil and Oliver Seibt
Die Musikforschung
57. Jahrg., H. 3 (Juli–September 2004), pp. 257-268
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41125511
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