1 day ago · Ethnomusicology (from Greek ἔθνος ethnos ‘nation’ and μουσική mousike ‘music’) is the multidisciplinary study of music in its cultural context, investigating social, cognitive, biological, comparative, and other dimensions involved other than sound.
Nov 21, 2023 · Ethnomusicology is a synthesis of anthropology and musicology. Therefore, it aims to study the importance of all types of music throughout every culture and society globally. It not only...
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Nov 21, 2023 · Bartok's musical style blended classicism, romanticism, nationalism, and his work in ethnomusicology to create music that explored non-tonal or pentatonic harmonies and complex rhythms within a...
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Nov 8, 2023 · The Archive of World Music, a collection of the Loeb Music Library, was established in 1976 by Professor John Ward and in 1992, with the appointment of Kay Kaufman Shelemay as Harvard's first senior professor of ethnomusicology.
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Nov 4, 2023 · To consider how the field is constituted in 21 st -century ethnomusicology, participants may wish to revisit old practices and tools and/or reflect on how recent disruptions and transformations (the pandemic, new technologies, environmental and humanitarian crises, political turbulence, funding shortages, academic precarity) have impacted field ...