Science topic

Ethnomusicology - Science topic

Explore the latest questions and answers in Ethnomusicology, and find Ethnomusicology experts.
Questions related to Ethnomusicology
  • asked a question related to Ethnomusicology
Question
3 answers
Ethnomusicology is the study of the music of different cultures, especially non-Western ones. I'd like to explore the tradition of folk song, nursery rhymes and national songs in Jamaica - this seems to be a dying artform. I wonder whether a Fulbright scholarship may be able to offer some assistance. Suggestions as to a clear pathway would be welcomed.
Relevant answer
Answer
Thank you for your suggestions.
  • asked a question related to Ethnomusicology
Question
2 answers
Ethnomusicological interest.
Relevant answer
Answer
Please keep me in touch. I am interest in music/ceremonial related terminology.
Gracias,
R
  • asked a question related to Ethnomusicology
Question
3 answers
I look for researchers in communication and transmedia to generate a project in this area.
Thank you for your contributions
Relevant answer
Answer
Philip is good to expand the network for this project, I include you in the list of academics who will participate in the project. What research line do you develop or what is your interest?
  • asked a question related to Ethnomusicology
Question
9 answers
In compound rhythms, is the rhythmic formula ♩♪ (quarter note + eighth note) more common – comparatively speaking – than ♪♩ (eighth note + quarter note)? Whether this is the case or not, could anyone recommend some reference texts (in the field of either ethnomusicology or music psychology) about this topic? Thank you in advance. Paolo
Relevant answer
Answer
It is the same– just depending on where the formula  starts… 
  • asked a question related to Ethnomusicology
Question
12 answers
... or for comical effect? Think of Hendrix-style gimmicks, but documented in a traditional context. Examples from the Mediterranean area and the Middle East would be particularly welcome. 
Relevant answer
Answer
Movies are fiction, but there is a comical scene early in the Amadeus movie where Mozart plays a ditty on the piano while held upside down by a friend.