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ethnomusicological

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  • adj. Relating to or pertaining to ethnomusicology.

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Examples

  • “I thought it would be interesting to treat it as an ethnomusicological field trip,” Lieberman told me.

    Management Secrets of the Grateful Dead

  • It's a lineage that can be traced through Bartók and any other composer who had an ethnomusicological concern, he of course going out and foraging, as it were, for Magyar folk songs and Hungarian folk songs.

    Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #3: Gabriel Kahane

  • By all accounts, fantastical and ethnomusicological, Buddy Bolden is the 'founder' of jazz.

    Making Light: Open thread 136

  • From 1936 Gerson-Kiwi taught history of music and ethnomusicological subjects at various musical institutions in Israel and abroad, but only thirty years later — when departments of musicology were first established in Israel — was she able to fully realize her musicological skills.

    Edith Gerson-Kiwi.

  • Since then, her ethnomusicological studies have documented the culture of some of the most exotic of Jewish communities.

    Johanna Spector.

  • Sound recording is so integrated into ethnomusicological research that nowadays most monographs come with audio CDs.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Here's another site that caught my ethnomusicological eye: the University of South Carolina's CSAM Archive.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • He noted, with ethnomusicological detachment, that he was "a country tenor without training, performing in the Old Harp singing style."

    'I'm Able To Reach The People'

  • For Vol. 4, the duo embarked on an ethnomusicological odyssey to the rural outposts of Cuba, the rain forests of Trinidad, the dank slums of Haiti-the more obscure, uncomfortable or dangerous, the better, apparently-to capture the flow of African, mostly Yoruban, musical inspiration that had moved through the slave outposts of the New World before landing in New Orleans.

    New Orleans' 'Hot Men' Keep Jazz Cooking Forward

  • I am in the process of digitizing a large archive of original ethnomusicological 1 / 4 '' tapes, recorded between the late '60s and the mid-'90s; also transferring DAT cassettes to audio files.

    MacInTouch

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