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  • Area of Specialization: African music, Music production and management
  • Department of Music

  • Dr Ekewenu, B.D hails from Aragba-Orogun in Ughlli-North L.G.A. of Delta State. Has a long standing teaching experience.
    My Publications
  1. Oghenemudiakevwe Igbi, Bruno Ekewenu and Charles Aluede (2023) “Annotated Bibliography of Doctorate Degree Music Theses in Nigeria , Accelerando Belgrade Journal of Music and Dance/Belgrade Center for Music and Dance serbia
      Vol.8 Pages: online

  2. Charles Aluede and Bruno Ekewenu (2023) “Social-Musical Acculturation in Igbe and Iyayi religious movements among the Urhobo and Esan of Nigeria”, Critical Research on Religion (CRR) (SAGE Journals) Vol.11 Pages: 222-242

  3. Emurobome, G. Idolor and Bruno D. Ekewenu (2022) “Hazards and Artistes in Okpe Traditional Music Practice” , Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologist.
    Vol.16 Pages: 45-67

  4. Ekewenu, B.D. (2021) “A critical study of the Exploits of Ovaborhene Idamoyibo” In Femi Abiodun and Alvan Ikoku Nwamara (eds) Music in and out Culture: Musical Arts Education Perspective. , Mathouse Press Ltd.
    Vol. Pages: 1-34

  5. Ekewenu, B. D. (2020) Documentation on the Biographies of Two Ikpe-Ene (Lead Singers) in Igbe , Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (JANIM)
    Vol.14 Pages: 501-514

  6. ALUEDE C.O. AND EKEWENU, B.D. (2020) The Finger of Aboyowa Ogisi in Nigerian Music Education” in Contemporary Dimensions in Nigerian Music, Malthouse Press Limited
    Vol. Pages: 1-14

  7. Ekewenu, B. D. (2019) Explicating the seeming Paradox of Predominance of Females as Ikpe-ine in Igbe”. of Delta State, Nigeria., Iroro: Journal of the faculty of Arts; Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.
    Vol.18 Pages: 316-325

  8. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe (2019) Explicating the seeming paradox of predominance of females as Ikpe-ini in Igbe of Delta State., Iroro: Journal of Arts.
    Vol.18(1&2) Pages:

  9. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe (2018) Developmental trends in Igbe music of the Urhobo in the 21st Century., Abraka Humanities Review
    Vol.8(1) Pages:

  10. Ekewenu. Bruno Dafe and Okpeki, P.I. (2016) “The Abraka Music School: Its Identity, Emergence and Development”, Music Scholarship, Culture and Performance Challenges in 2lth Century. Etakponana Eni et el (Eds.). Bahiti and Dalila Publishers.
    Vol. Pages: 366-388

  11. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe & Aluede, Charles O. (2009) “Healing Through Music and Dance in the Bible, its scope competence and implications for the Nigerian music Healers”. , Studies on Ethnomedicine
    Vol.3(2) Pages: 159-163

  12. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe (2008) "Avenues for the Development of the Musical Abilities in Africa”, EJOTMAS: Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Arts
    Vol.2(1&2) Pages: 40-46

  13. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe; Aluede, Charles O. and Aiyejina, D.D. (2007) “African Dance in Nigerian Christian Church”, African Musicology Online
    Vol.1(1) Pages: 77-89

  14. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe & Aluede, Charles O. (2004) “Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Any Difference?", Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Art EJOTMAS.
    Vol.1(1) Pages: 59-63

  15. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe & Aluede, Charles O. (2003) "Social Control and the Performance to Traditional African Music: A Survey of Ikoghe Music of the Esan Nigeria” , Castalia Ibadan Journal of Multicultural and Multi-disciplinary Studies.
    Vol.13(1) Pages: 1-10

  16. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe & Aluede, Charles O. (2001) ”Esan Musical Instruments: Their Extra Musical Functions”, Journal of Contemporary Issues, NAWACS, Ekpoma
      Vol.1(1&2) Pages: 120-131

  17. Ekewenu, Bruno Dafe (2000) "Awankere Festival Music”, Castalia Ibadan Journal of Multicultural and Multi-disciplinary Studies.
    Vol.5 Pages: 26-33