Documenting ethnomusicology

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2013-03-02
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Barwick, Linda
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Barwick, Linda
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Music in one or another of its myriad and constantly developing forms is found in all known human cultures. This workshop will provide a broad overview of the closely interwined human capacities for music and language, areas of disciplinary overlap (and disjunction) between (ethno)musicology and linguistics, and a summary of the academic history of (ethno)musicology. We will also discuss methods and tools for musicological documentation, and workflows for creating, documenting, annotating and providing local access to musical recordings created during fieldwork. Prospective participants are invited to contact the presenter beforehand with any particular questions they may wish to discuss with the group, and come prepared to share aspects of their actual or planned research pertaining to music and other performing arts.
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