ADEOLA, Taiye Shola

Department: Performing Arts

PUBLICATIONS

Home Based Publications

  1. Adeola, T.S. (1999): The Historical Development of Dadakuada Music. ALORE: Ilorin Journal of Humanities. Vol.10 No 1. 120 – 136, Published by the Faculty of Arts, University of Ilorin.
  2. Adeola, T. S. (1999): Style and Structure in Dadakuada Music of the Yoruba. THE PERFORMER: Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts. Vol.1 No.2. 68 – 85, Published by the Performing Arts Department, University of Ilorin.
  3. Adeola, T.S. (2008): Performance Practice and Compositional Devices in Dadakuada Music. THE PERFORMER: Ilorin Journal of the performing Arts. Vol.10, 18.196 – 216, Published by the Performing Arts Department, University of Ilorin.
  4. Adeola, T.S. (2014): The Influence of Attitude, Religion, and Language on Dadakuada Music in Ilorin. Centre Point Journal (Humanities Edition) Vol.16, No2, 241 – 256, Published by the University of Ilorin Library and Publications Committee Available online at http://www.unilorin.edu.ng/ejournals/index.php/cp

National Publications

  1. Adeola, T.S. (2000): Contemporary Nigerian popular Music: A tool for National Development. Nigerian Theatre Journal. Vol.6. No.1. 80 – 85, Published by the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists, Ilorin.
  1. Adeola, T. S. (2008) ‘From Anthropocentric Sinfulness to Bio-centric Gracefulness: Mission to Creation’ in Tunde Babawale and Akin Alao (eds) Global African Spirituality, Social Capital and Self Reliance in Africa. Lagos: Published by the Centre for Black and African Arts Civilization (CBAAC) Malthouse Press. Pp 21 – 32
  2. Adeola, T.S. (2011): Application of Functionalist Perspectives in Religion to Sociological Issues in Contemporary Nigerian Popular Music. JBAAC Journal of Black and African Arts and Civilization Vol.5 No.1 January, 2011.19 – 32, Published by the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, Lagos, Nigeria.
  1. Adeola, T.S. and Adeola, K.A. (2015): The Influence of the Social, Political and Economic Realities in Nigeria on Nigerian Gospel Music Song Texts. AJPR Abuja Journal of Philosophy and Religions, Vol.3 2015. Published by the Department of Philosophy and Religions, University of Abuja.
  2. Adeola, T.S. and Adeola, K.A. (2015): Creative Imagination and the Quest for Peace: Reflections on Nigerian Gospel Music Song Texts. AJPR Abuja Journal of Philosophy and Religions, Vol.3 2015. Published by the Department of Philosophy and Religions, University of Abuja.
  3. Adeola, T.S. (2016): Music and Dance as Culprit and Catalyst for Change in Democratic Nigerian Society. DANJON Dance Journal of Nigeria, Volume 3, June 2016. 81 – 89, A publication of the Association of Dance Scholars and Practitioners of Nigeria

International Publications

  1. Adeola, T.S. (2011): Discourse on Illness and Healing in Selected Gospel Songs in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Performing Arts Volume 4, 2011 Number 2. 131 – 147, Publication of the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra.
  2. Adeola, T.S. (2011): Dadakuada: A Socio-Musical Study. Germany: Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG.
  3. Adeola, T.S. (2011): Illness and Healing in Gospel Music of Southwestern Nigeria. Germany: Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co.KG.

Articles/Chapters in Books

Home Based Publications

  1. Adeola, T.S, (1997): Aesthetics in Yoruba Music: A case study of the people of Igboho. In Music and Social Dynamics in Nigeria. Bode Omojola (ed.) 43 – 50. Ilorin: Published by the Department of the Performing Arts, University of Ilorin.

National Publications

  1. Adeola, T.S. (2000): The use of Music in Olu Obafemi’s plays. In Larger than his frame: Critical Studies and Reflections on Olu Obafemi. Duro Oni and Sunday Ododo (eds.) 186 – 196. Lagos: Published by the Centre for Black and African Arts Civilization (CBAAC)

Book of Proceedings

  1. Adeola, T.S. (1997): The Need for Musical Literacy in Nigeria. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria, Volume 7, 233 – 240, Published by the Reading Association of Nigeria, Ile-Ife.

Creative Writings

  1. Adeola, T.S. (2012): The gods have spoken (An Opera Libretto) Performing Arts Creative Writing Series No 14. Published by the Performing Arts Department, University of Ilorin.