The Institutionalization of the Recited Qurʼan
Indonesians are recognized today throughout the Muslim world community, or umma, as excellent reciters, and qari's and qari'as often place among the champions in international competitions. This chapter considers how people conceptualize musical activity and organize musical patterns in ways that they can communicate to their students and peers, and in ways which communicate, in a more general sense, with their publics.
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