Moroccan Music and Euro-American Imagination
This chapter discusses the “world beat” marketing of a Moroccan ensemble. It analyzes the Jajouka phenomenon, and determines that it suggests none of the displacement or subversion implied by Ella Shohat and Robert Stam's celebration of nonmetropolitan performance in metropolitan venues. The chapter determines that “world music” makes the most sense in terms of metropolitan tastes for exoticism.
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