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Week 4 | Listening Guide

This week we are listening to:

Musical Traditions in Israel: Treasures of the National Sound Archives

All tracks are available on UC Berkeley’s bCourses website, as well as online at the links below. 473 more words

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Interview with Abed Hathout, lead guitarist for Palestinian metal pioneers Khalas

(This interview is special, namely because Khalas and I go back to when this blog started. I wanted to review one of the band’s albums when I was first getting this blog going and we have kept in touch ever since. 996 more words

In Discipline: Talks from the European Side

Welcome to week two of “In Discipline: Talks from the European Side.” Ana, Heather, and I are thrilled to continue featuring international perspectives on ethnomusicology, as a range of students offer us their thoughts on what their academic worlds look like. 2,057 more words

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Cultural Understanding: Human Rights and Ethnomusicology

Cultural Understanding: Human Rights and Ethnomusicology
By: Anna Polovick

Sometimes the fight for human rights can be seen in unexpected places. For me, my daily encounter with human rights coincides with my study of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University Bloomington. 493 more words

More to review!

For this week’s review, I thought I’d change it up a bit by looking at Musics of Hawai`i: “It All Comes From the Heart”—An Anthology of Musical Traditions in Hawai`i, 1,021 more words

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Kalamezhuthu Festival

Notes from the Kalamezhuthu Festival organized by Lalit Kala Academy December 8th -14th 2013

Lalit Kala Academi Regional Centre Garhi East of Kailash New Delhi… 565 more words

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In Discipline: Talks from the European Side

The SEM Student Union blog is very excited to introduce In Discipline: Talks from the European Side. Initiated by Ana Maria Alarcon Jimenez, this project interviews students from various European universities. 3,071 more words

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