2 edition of Directory of ethnomusicological sound recording collections in the U.S. and Canada. found in the catalog.
Directory of ethnomusicological sound recording collections in the U.S. and Canada.
Society for Ethnomusicology.
1971 in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 45.
|Statement||Edited by Ann Briegleb.|
|Series||Its Special series,, no. 2|
|Contributions||Schuursma, Ann Briegleb, 1934- ed.|
|LC Classifications||ML19 .S64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||72179153|
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From the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Boas' major study of the Kwakiutl was based on work begun in but published posthumously Helen Codere, ed, Kwakiutl Ethnography, Chicago Awards vary in purpose, financial prize if anyeligibility, where and how often the prize is awarded, and application deadline. The chief conceptual issue for Peabody was whether to write a work of straight history, historical fiction, or some kind of hybrid format, incorporating the justification apparatus of citation or sailing into the imaginary. Following the Second World Warissues regarding the ethical contexts of comparative musicology began to emerge. The final project is a series of eight drawings exploring a particular interior or exterior space each student has chosen.
Comparing the immigrant contexts of North America, Europe, and Australia, the course considers both the politico-economic effects of and ideological contests over immigration. The most extensive work was that of Regula Qureshi who collected Arab- and Indo-Canadian music in Edmonton and Calgary as part of the Folk Music Project of the Provincial Museum and Archives of Alberta her earliest publications date from this period, eg, 'Tarannum: the chanting of Urdu poetry,' Ethnomusicology, vol 13, no. Most of the scores are annotated in pencil with choreographic notes by Thelma Biracree Schnepel. We will look at the impact on European art of contact with Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas, as well as the ways in which European art and culture changed the local traditions of art making in the rest of the world. In this class we explore all dimensions of the studio practice of rendering the figure. Comparative musicology, the primary precursor to ethnomusicology, emerged in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
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Hence, while historical definitions of 'ethnomusicology' have sometimes associated the field with the investigation of 'non-Western' music and 'folk' music, the practices defy reduction based either on subject or methodology.
This class is a space to experiment and expand the notions of photography as a medium, challenging the technical, aesthetic, and conceptual possibilities of photography through projects, readings, slide presentations, lab work, and critiques. By R.
Resistance, contestation, and decolonization are similarly addressed. Later similar collections included literary items as well as folksong texts and some music. Fillmore on a Kwakiutl woman's song vol 6, In the hyphen was removed with ideological intent to signify the discipline's validity and independence from the fields of musicology and anthropology.
As practiced by Western artists it serves as both the basic roots of drawing and the height of artistic facility. Prerequisite: Art oror Art or with the permission of the instructor. Abstract: As George Herzog once observed, repertories of Indian music are not typically homogeneous, but rather they usually contain "foreign elements" and "survivals" as well as songs in the predominant style.
Ethnomusicology in the American state of Canada' in Ethnomusicology in Canada. We will examine how different actors work to manage ambiguity within their most intimate relations, exploring, for example, how terminally ill children work to present themselves as ignorant of the implication of their diagnoses to their adult caregivers.
Lomax believed that human migration could be tracked through songs; when a certain culture's song or style is heard in another geographical region, it signifies that the two cultures interacted at some point.
He worked closely with music professor and ethnomusicologist, Walter Kaufmann. Conversely, John Allan CameronShirley EikhardRita MacNeiland Anne Murrayand others, though not specifically country performers, have shown a country influence and have been popular with country audiences.
It is agreed upon that ethnomusicologists look at music from beyond a purely sonic and historical perspective, and look instead at music within culture, music as culture, and music as a reflection of culture.
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Bruno Nettl distinguishes between discipline and field, believing ethnomusicology is the latter. My residency at the Camargo foundation was crucial to me initiating a project I had been thinking about for several years.
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