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  1. Mar 7, 2019 · The problems of transcription and transnotation in ethnomusicology are especially important in Israel today because the concentration of so many different ethnic groups has led to increased research in their various folk musics.

  2. In the field of ethnomusicology, transcription has long been considered as an important skill which should lead the ethnomusicologist toward the analysis of folk music, non-Western art music and contemporary music in oral tradition. The objectives behind a musical analy­ sis will determine the style of transcription to be applied.

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  4. field of scholarship which is not only young but cross-disciplinary or inter-disciplinary in character. In this paper I should like to consider in some detail one application of the musicological approach to ethnomusicology, namely, notation and tran-scription. Since it is highly technical, transcription is peculiarly the prov-

  5. In the field of ethnomusicology, transcription has long been considered as an important skill which should lead the ethnomusicologist toward the analysis of folk music, non-Western art music and contemporary music in oral tradition. The objectives behind a musical analysis will determine the style of transcription to be applied.

  6. field situation. It seems to me that any project in ethnomusicology can be conceived to fall into three major parts of which some may be stressed over others: 1) the actual gathering of materials in the field; 2) transcription and analysis; 3) the application of results obtained to relevant problems. I

  7. Dec 20, 2019 · Musical analysis entails a detailed description of the sounds of music, and is a method used by both ethnomusicologists and historical musicologists. Transcription is the conversion of musical sounds into written notation. Ethnomusicologists often produce transcriptions and include them in their publications to better illustrate their argument.