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ethnomusicologists

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  • n. Plural form of ethnomusicologist.

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Examples

  • I was writing scholarly articles in a few journals that only a few other ethnomusicologists would ever read and it seemed unworthy of the stuff I was finding and hearing.

    African Music Is 'Awesome' To Collector

  • Why business professors, ethnomusicologists, sociologists, and (of all things) management theorists are suddenly taking the Grateful Dead very seriously

    A Brief Guide to Dead Scholarship

  • Besides the obvious cultural importance, once in a while you stumble across one, or as this column goes, three amazing finds; a lot of it is just super poor field recordings that appeal only to the deepest of ethnomusicologists.

    Global Beat Fusion: Afrobeat Beyond and Behind Fela

  • MR: You've been working with archivists and ethnomusicologists at the American Folk Life Center and The Library of Congress.

    Mike Ragogna: From The Grateful Dead to Rhythm Devils: A Conversation with Mickey Hart

  • She could hold any audience spellbound, whether a roomful of ethnomusicologists at a major conference or an audience of one at her breakfast table.

    We Remember - Henrietta Yurchenco, 1916 - 2007

  • Her enthusiasm and vision inspired the newer generation of ethnomusicologists, most of whom were her students.

    Edith Gerson-Kiwi.

  • More than twenty years ago, two young ethnomusicologists met in Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia, as they brushed off the dust of the interior roads they had just travelled and stocked up on supplies for the return to their field sites.

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: The EVIA Digital Archive

  • Field documentation is an essential part of the research activity of ethnomusicologists (and other social scientists).

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: The EVIA Digital Archive

  • Since most of the musical activities studied by ethnomusicologists include dance, costume, gesture, or other visual elements as integral parts of the performance, these audiovisual media support a much greater depth of understanding of the traditions they document.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Research by ethnomusicologists on music around the world stumbled for a time on precisely these points the nature of composition and the necessity of systematic notation for study, primarily, but then got through it by realizing that there is no reason to believe that how we understand music-making writ large should be based on the practice and terms of modern composition.

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