Ikibe, Solomon
Status: Lecturer
Department: Performing Arts





His Publications are:

                     Sallah Concert in Focus” Awka Journal of Research inand the Arts Music (ARJMA) 1: 134 -                       141.                                                                                                                                           2.    Ikibe, S.O. (1997). “Ethnomusicology in Nigeria: The Journey Thus Far” In: Abraka Music
                     Journal. 3(1): 45 – 58; Abraka Journal of the Department of Music, Delta State University,
              3.    Ikibe, S.O. (2001) "Developing Musical Creativity among School Pupils" i n: Journal of Music  
                     Education in Nigeria. Vol.1
              4.    Ikibe, S.O. 2010. “Dynamic Trends In Isoko Religious Music” In: R.A. Raji (Ed.) The Relevance
                     Of Religion in Contemporary Society . Published by the Nigerian Association for the Study of
                     Religions (NASR). Pp. 13 – 24.
             5.     Ikibe, S.O. (2010).  “An Ethnomusicological Insight into Ade. P. Dopamu’s  Esu: The Invisible
                     Foe of Man.”  In: Chepkwony A.K. & Hess, P.M.J. (Eds.) Human Views On God: Variety Not
                     Monotony Moi University Press.Pp.89 – 94; Eldoret, Kenya.
             6.     Ikibe, S.O. (2001). “Music: A Vocational and Economic Potential in Development of a Nation”
                     In: The Performer .Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts, 3: 70 – 77. University of Ilorin.
             7.     Ikibe, S.O. (2002). “Music Education through Active Musical Experiences” In: Idolor (Ed.)
                     Music in Africa: Facts and Illusions. Department of Music, Delta State University, Abraka
                     Pp.99  – 104.
             8.     Ikibe S.O. (2010) ‘Notating the Unnotated Music of Idoma People of Nigeria’ In: Dandaura
                     and Adeoye (Eds.), Culture: Identity and Leadership in Nigeria.  242 – 256.
             9.     Ikibe, S.O. (2006). “Prophecy and Healing: Music as Catalyst” In: Religion and Science. 
                     Dopamu, Awolalu and Ododo (Eds.) Pp. 193 – 203.
            10.    Ikibe, S.O. (2003) “Technical Guide to the Use of Music in Nigerian Theatre” In: Alore:    
            11.    Ikibe,S.O.(2002) "The NCE Music Programme) and NCCE" in Journal of Music Education in
                     Nigeria vol. 2.
            12.    Ikibe, S.O. & Ikibe, V.O. 2008. “Communicative Potentials of Music in African Societies” In:
                     The Performer  Ilorin Journal of The Performing Arts, 10: 85 – 94; University of Ilorin.
            13.    Ikibe, S.O. (2010) “Traditional Isoko Music of Nigeria as Catalytic to Rural Agriculture” Keffi:
                     Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists (SONTA) Book of Proceedings, 370 – 376.