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आहुपे, भाग#२(रानभाजी महोत्सव)

माझ्या मागील ब्लॉग मध्ये आहुपे या आगळ्या वेगळ्या ठिकाणाच्या पावसाळी निसर्ग पर्यटनाचा अनुभव मी सांगितला होता. त्याच भटकंतीत अजून एक वेगळा अनुभव मी घेतला. वनवासी कल्याण अश्राम


What it means to be an ethnomusicologist

Scrolling through my old research work, I found this entry that I wrote towards the beginning of my honours thesis year. A reflection on the implications of being an ethnomusicologist, the importance of Rice on my research, and the implications it posed on my own research and understanding of ethnomusicology. 1,156 more words


CFP: Fall Meeting of AMS Allegheny


Allegheny Chapter
of the
American Musicological Society

Fall 2017 Meeting

Saturday, September 23, 2017
Fairmont State University
Fairmont, West Virginia

The Fall 2017 Meeting of the AMS Allegheny Chapter will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at Fairmont State University. 262 more words

Chapter Meetings

Ragnarock museum: a timely and liberating step towards delivering innovative views about popular music

Of all of the museums of popular music that I have ever visited, Ragnarock, the museum for pop, rock and youth culture in Roskilde, Denmark, is for sure the one I have enjoyed the most so far, not just from the aesthetical point of view but also because it is the one whose narrative best conveys contemporary knowledge about popular music, knowledge gained from both popular music studies and ethnomusicology. 998 more words


Gendered Instruments

The discoursal features and wider significance of music and lyrics have each been addressed through several different fields of study and theoretical approaches. Linguistics, discourse analysis, musicology and ethnomusicology have all been employed to examine and interpret that which is ‘said with sound’ (van Leeuwen 1999:4), how layers of personal and social identities, cultural constructs and values shape (and are shaped by) the sound of a performance. 1,219 more words

Music Discourse

New Specialty Chief Editor for Digital Musicology: Professor Johanna Devaney

We are delighted to welcome Professor Johanna Devaney to the role of Specialty Chief Editor of Digital Musicology, specialty section within Frontiers in Digital Humanities. 196 more words

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The international journal of traditional arts

Launched in 2017, The international journal of traditional arts is an international, peer-reviewed gold open access journal that promotes a broad-ranging understanding of the relevance of traditional arts in contemporary social life. 71 more words

New Periodicals