Ethnomusicology Translations, a project of the Society for Ethnomusicology, is a peer-reviewed, open-access online series for the publication of ethnomusicological literature translated into English. ISSN 2473-6422.
No 10 (2020) The Akazehe of Burundi: Polyphonic Interlocking Greetings and the Female Ceremonial. By Serena Facci. Translated by Alessandra Ciucci.
No 9 (2019) The Community of Classical Japanese Music Transmission: The Preservation Imperative and the Production of Change in Nō. By Takanori Fujita. Translated by Edgar W. Pope.
No 8 (2018) Forbidden Songs of the Pgaz K’Nyau. By Suwichan Phattanaphraiwan (“Chi”). Translated by Benjamin Fairfield.
No 7 (2018) The Essence and Evolution of Song. By Vladimír Úlehla. Translated by Julia Ulehla; edited by Katherine Freeze and Richard K. Wolf.
No 6 (2017) The Formation of Ruboī Meters in Terms of Musical Rhythmic Rotations. By Abduvalī Abdurashidov. Translated by Evan Rapport, edited by Richard K. Wolf.
No 5 (2017) Musical Mourning Rituals in Sicily. By Sergio Bonanzinga. Translated by Giacomo Valentini.
No 4 (2016) The Influence of Dance-House Tourism on the Social Relationships and Traditions of a Village in Transylvania. By Sándor Varga. Translated by Valér Bedő (with Colin Quigley).
No 3 (2016) Writing against Europe: On the Necessary Decline of Ethnomusicology. By Martin Greve. Translated by Férdia J. Stone-Davis.
No 2 (2016) Musical Semiotics as a Tool for the Social Study of Music. By Óscar Hernández Salgar. Translated by Brenda M. Romero.