When the Embassy of Hungary reopened in Manila in March 2017, it quickly teamed up with the Kodaly Society of the Philippines to commemorate the anniversary of both the birthdate and death of composer, ethnomusicologist
, pedagogue, linguist and philosopher Zoltan Kodaly (per Wikipedia-Ed.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 4 September 2017: Halim El-Dabh, an Egyptian composer, ethnomusicologist
and professor passed away at the age of 96 on Saturday, September 2.
In another essay, Brent Hayes Edwards looks at the archive of British ethnomusicologist
Hugh Tracey in its relation (or non-relation) to anticolonial literature about Africa.
In this fine book, ethnomusicologist
Peter Manuel offers rich documentation and analysis of tassa drumming from the Indo-Caribbean.
herself, she is keenly aware of the way words sound, both fitting together and clashing in a satisfying way.
Synopsis: Professor Gearoid O hAllmhurain is an award-winning Irish musician, ethnomusicologist
and cultural historian.
To preserve what it could, the Smithsonian Institution sent ethnologists and anthropologists to record tribal languages and songs; as the Smithsonian's first ethnomusicologist
, Densmore worked nearly sixty years to produce thousands of wax cylinder recordings of songs and stories from about thirty-five Indian tribes.
The seminar, by Ethnomusicologist
Angelina Sotiriou, will give a presentation on what Fado is.
As an ethnomusicologist
, therefore, my first reaction on hearing about this book was to wonder whether it would be, at one extreme, a tightly focused contribution to the theorization of musical participation, or at the other, a random collection of ethnomusicology articles that deal with participation neither more nor less than other publications in the field.
Drawing on more than two years of field work among the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra, ethnomusicologist
Fraser describes the transformation of music in the region since the 1960s through different musical styles involving the same medium, talempong.
Kwabena Nketia, renowned Africanist, ethnomusicologist
, composer and poet, linguist and sociologist, and the first African Director of IAS and of the International Center for African Music and Dance (ICAMD).
Zoe Sherinian addresses these questions in Tamil Folk Music as Dalit Liberation Theology, an ethnography written with depth, clarity, and commitment to local production on both musical and epistemic levels.