School of Performing Arts

Department of Music

  1. Acquah, E.O & Amuah, J.A. (2014). Thematic categorization, text interpretation and melodic relationship of songs of Ajumako Mando Kyirem Asafo No. 1. (Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities) Vol.4 (6) pp. 49-65
  2. Acquah, E.O, Amuah, J.A & Annan, J.F (2014) The contextual and performance dimensions of asafo music from the perspective of annual Akwambo festival. International Journal of African Society, Cultures and Traditions Vol. 2. (2) pp 50-60
  3. Amuah, J. A (2014). The development of indigenous musical styles in the Methodist church-Ghana (1835-present) in New Perspectives on African Humanities: Beliefs, Values and Artistic Expression (Eds. G.S.K Adika, G Ossom Batsa & H. Yitah)
  4. Amuah, J.A (2014) Promoting the performing arts in Ghana: The role of Salt and Light Ministries Journal of Performing Arts, Legon Vol. 4 (4) pp 1-11
  5. Amuah, J.A & Acquah, E.O (2014) Music analytical presentation of Newlove Annan’s mɔbɔ dawur (I will tell it to the world) International Journal of Asian Social Studies Vol. 2 (4) pp 100-111
  6. Amuah, J.A & Arthur, K. (2014) Appreciating Ghanaian Choral Music: George Mensah Essilfie’s Yɛdze Wo Kɛseyɛ maW’, (We ascribe to your greatness) in Perspective. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences Vol. 14 (3) pp 7-13
  7. Amuah, J.A, Ocran, D.S, & Acquah, E.O (2014) Liturgical changes in the repertory of the Methodist Church Ghana. International Journal of Innovative and Applied Research Vol.2 (2) pp 18-25
  8. Amuah, J.A, Sunu Doe, E., Fiagbedzi, E.E.K, Amenyo, C.A (2014). The concept of chromaticism in Ghanaian highlife music: A study of Kwadwo Donkoh’s wobe ku me (you will kill me). American Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Literature Vol. 1 (1) pp 1-8
  9. Amuah, J.A, Sunu Doe. E, Fiagbedzi, E. E. K Amenyo, C.A (2014) The Concept of Chromaticism in Ghana highlife music: A Study of Kwadwo Donkoh’s wobe ku me (you will kill me) - 2014, Pp. 1-8, American Journal of Social Science, Arts and Literature.
  10. Amuah, J.A, Sunu Doe. E, Fiagbedzi, E. E. K Amenyo, C.A (2014) The concept of Chromaticism in Ghanaian Highlife music: A Study of Kwadwo Donko’s Wobe Ku Me (You Will Kill Me). American Journal of Social Science, Arts and Literature, Vol. 1, no.1 pp. 1-8
  11. Amuah, J.A, Sunu Doe. E, Fiagbedzi, E. E. K, Amenyo, C.A (2014) The concept of Chromaticism in Ghanaian Highlife music: A Study of Kwadwo Donko’s Wobe Ku Me (You Will Kill Me). American Journal of Social Science, Arts and Literature, Vol. 1, no.1 pp. 1-8
  12. Amuah, J.A. (2014) Typology of Ghanaian choral music: Current perspectives (The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies) Vol.2 (2) pp 85-89
  13. Amuah, J.A. & Andoh T.E (2014) Roles and Functions of Ebibindwom (Akan Sacred Lyrics) Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 2 (5B) pp 708-712
  14. Amuah, J.A. & Andoh T.E (2014) Roles and Functions of Ebibindwom (Akan Sacred Lyrics) Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 2 (5B) pp. 708-712
  15. Amuah, J.A. & Nyamful A. (2014) Digital and multimedia way out to the preservation of Ebibindwom (Akan sacred lyrics) Journal of Arts and Humanities, Vol.3(2) pp 64-72
  16. Amuah, J.A. Amuah, J.A (2014) Contemporary choral music performances in Ghana in “The Performing Arts in Africa: Ghanaian Perspectives.” University of Ghana Readers. Ed. By Awo Mana Asiedu, E. John Collins, Francis Gbormittah F. Nii- Yartey. pp 58-67
  17. Andoh, T.E. (2014) Communicating with Music: A study of Ephraim Amu’s musical works. in New Perspectives on African Humanities: Beliefs, Values and Artistic Expression (Eds. G.S.K Adika, G Ossom Batsa & H. Yitah)
  18. Andoh, T.E. & Amuah, J.A (2014) Creative composition and the indigenous knowledge system in Ghana: Models from the life and compositions of Nana Afua Abasa. International Journal of Music and Performing Arts Vol 2(2) pp 53-69
  19. Andoh, T.E. & Amuah, J.A (2014) Creative composition and the indigenous knowledge system in Ghana: Models from the life and compositions of Nana Afua Abasa. International Journal of Music And Performing Arts Vol 2( 2) pp 53-69
  20. Collins, E.J  (2014) Book Review of ‘Jesse Weaver Shipley’s ‘Living the Hiplife: Celebrity and Entrepreneurship in Ghanaian Popular Music (Duke University Press 2013); for Popular Music, Cambridge Journals, Cambridge University Press, UK, vol. 33, no. 03, 2014, pp. 566-568. [http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A93knCg1]
  21. Collins, E.J  (2014) Contemporary Ghanaian Popular Music since the 1980s. In Hip Hop Africa: New African Music in a Globalising World. (ed Eric Charry) Indiana University Press pp. 211-133 [978-0253-00575-5] +see http:\\hiphopafrica.wesleyan.edu.
  22. Collins, E.J  (2015) E.T. Mensah the King of Highlife Anthology Accompanying 4CD Tempos compilation album. RetroAfric London,
  23. Collins, E.J (2014) The Ghanaian and Nigerian Gospel Music Explosion’. Chapter 4 in the Journal of Performing Arts, University of Ghana School of Performing Arts, Vol. 4, No. 4,
  24. Kim, K.O (2014) Analysis and Performance Practice of Invention No.1 in C Major Journal of Performing Arts, Accra. Vol. 4 No.4 Pg. 25- 40
  25. Sunu Doe. E (2014) The Origin and Development of Burger Highlife music, Journal of Performing Arts, University of Ghana-School of Performing Arts Vol. 4, No. 4