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Villepastour, Amanda 2017. Speaking with the body in Nigerian and Cuban Orisha music: musical movements in song, dance and trance. In: Post, Jennifer ed. Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader, Vol. 2. New York: Routledge,

Villepastour, Amanda and Bran, Luis 2017. Transmisión en la Eritá Meta: Ilú Keké,. [CD]. 15 July 2017. ID number: CD MW001.

Villepastour, Amanda 2017. Two heads of the same drum? Musical narratives within a transatlantic religion. In: Kenney, Elizabeth T, Salenius, Sirpa and Womack Smith, Whitney eds. Race and Transatlantic Identities, Routledge, pp. 56-75.

Villepastour, Amanda 2017. Transmisión en la Eritá Meta. Music Works NYC.

Villepastour, Amanda 2015. "Orin Ibeji": (songs for the twins): sounding the sacred twins of the Yorùbá. In: Harris, Rachel and Pease, Rowan eds. Pieces of the Musical World: Sounds and Cultures, Routledge, pp. 169-188.

Villepastour, Amanda, ed. 2015. The Yorùbá God of Drumming: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Wood That Talks. University Press of Mississippi.

Villepastour, Amanda 2015. Introduction: Asoro Igi (Wood That Talks). In: Villepastour, Amanda ed. The Yorùbá God of Drumming: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Wood That Talks, University Press of Mississippi, pp. 3-32.

Villepastour, Amanda 2015. Anthropomorphizing Ayan in transatlantic gender narratives... In: Villepastour, Amanda ed. The Yorùbá God of Drumming: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Wood That Talks, University Press of Mississippi, pp. 125-146.

Ayangbekun, Kawoleyin and Villepastour, Amanda 2015. Divining Ayan: an Orisa priest from Ogbomoso speaks. In: Villepastour, Amanda ed. The Yorùbá God of Drumming: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Wood That Talks, University Press of Mississippi, pp. 51-73.

Villepastour, Amanda 2014. Afro-Cuban music: a bibliographic guide by John Gray [Book Review]. Latin American Music Review 35 (2) , pp. 315-318.

Villepastour, Amanda 2014. Talking tones and singing speech among the Yorùbá of Southwest Nigeria. Jahrbuch des Phonogrammarchivs der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 44 , pp. 29-47.

Villepastour, Amanda 2013. Amelia Pedroso: The voice of a Cuban priestess leading from the inside. In: Hellier, Ruth ed. Women Singers in Global Contexts: Music, Biography, Identity, Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, pp. 54-72.

Villepastour, Amanda 2012. Theory of African Music by Gerhard Kubik [Book Review]. Ethnomusicology 56 (2) , pp. 334-340. 10.5406/ethnomusicology.56.2.0334

Villepastour, Amanda 2010. Ancient text messages of the Yorùbá bàtá drum : cracking the code. SOAS Musicology Series, Farnham: Ashgate.

Villepastour, Amanda 2009. Two heads of the same drum? Musical narratives within a transatlantic religion. Journal of Transatlantic Studies 7 (3) , pp. 343-362. 10.1080/14794010903069185

Villepastour, Amanda 2009. Fiddling in West Africa: Touching the spirit in Fulbe, Hausa, and Dagbamba cultures [Book Review]. Notes 66 (2) , pp. 284-286.

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