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Post-colonial Cameroonian identities have emerged from a combination of systems involving indigenous knowledges, transnational, socio-political, and economic influences, contributing to back-and-forth identity formation in the diaspora and country-of-origin. Kin and kith bonds, social validation, and the maintenance of traditional values between me...
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We listen to music every day and feel various emotions from different music, it brings us to the right mood and bonds us to other people and creates a shared experience. There is something special about music that influences our emotions. Depending on the situation and mental state different people may get affected diversely. However, we can extrac...
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della nuova resistencia spagnola 1939-1961 (1962): investigación musical, polémicas, prensa, difusión y compromiso italiano contra el franquismo. Madrid: Sílex. 2021, 247 pp. A lo largo de la historia, son muchas las obras de arte que han sufrido algún tipo de censura. De entre todas ellas, las publicacio-nes son aquellas que han experimentado una...
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A distinction between creativity and commerce as opposing forces is central to discourses surrounding popular music, and this distinction facilitates a gendered hierarchy of valued and devalued forms of musical labour. The practice of singing has typically been coded as feminine and has held a lower status than the masculinized practices of playing...
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As part of a recent attempt to extend the methods of formal semantics beyond language (‘Super Semantics’), it has been claimed that music has an abstract truth-conditional semantics, albeit one that has more in common with iconic semantics than with standard compositional semantics (Schlenker 2017, 2019a, b). After summarizing this approach and add...
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With the development and advancement of information technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are applied in every sector of life. Among these applications, music is one that has gained attention in the last couple of years. AI-based innovative and intelligent techniques are revolutionising the music industry. It is very conveni...
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Underground music is considered to have a very strong context in terms of cultural capital. By examining the capital and musical concepts of the underground music scene, it is possible to elaborate and explain the collapse of the regime. So that it raises a reaction to freedom in voicing certain class ideologies. The role of music was finally able...
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The primary aim of this article is to provide a biological rhythm model based on previous theoretical and experimental findings to promote more comprehensive studies of rhythmic mechanical stimulation of cell cultures, which relates to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine fields. Through an interdisciplinary approach where different standpo...
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Viyana'lı müzikolog Guido Adler (1855-1941) tarafından yazılan Umfang, Methode und Ziel der Musikwisseschaft" (Müzikolojinin Kapsamı, Yöntemi ve Amacı) başlıklı makale 1885 yılında "Vierteljahrsschrift für Musikwissenschaft" adlı dergide yayınlanmıştır. Guido Adler müzikolojik bir araştırmanın temel amaç ve araçlarını, bu disiplinin hangi alanları...
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Among the most debated issues in regard to the world music phenomenon, we read about identity, authenticity, hybridity, bimusicality, orientalism, exoticism, appropriation, among many other related issues. However, not much is said in these studies about the individual musicians themselves, about how and why one wants to become a musician performin...
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As computer and multimedia technology advances and as the variety of knowledge display forms expands, there are more ways for people to obtain knowledge and information. The best course in musicology is voice performance. A crucial issue is how to select and categorize valuable curriculum materials of varying quality levels. This paper implements a...
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This article takes into consideration the specific period of ethnomusicological and mu-sicological publications from after World War II to the late 1980s, when political turbulences severely damaged social processes and diverted the normal flow of cultural and scientific developments in Kosovo. As a consequence of historical, political and social c...
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Transcript of a paper given at the conference “Music and the University: History, Models, Prospects,” London, July 7, 2022, as part of the session “The Discipline of Musicology.”
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Abstract: Originally pentachordic, the simsimiyya sees its organological development in parallel to a process of acquisition of meaning and identity connotation among the communities of the cities of the Suez Canal. The simsimiyya arrived in this area through different waves and routes of migration, mainly in the XIX century by Nubian, Sudanese and...
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Over the last decades, the number of a variety of music festivals has grown exponentially, as part of a general process of festivalisation of culture in which not only cultural, but also economic, political, social, and touristic aspects play a role. From the 1980s onwards, music festivals have been under study by ethnomusicologists, anthropologist...
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Starting with the idea that sustainability as a concept can (and should) be applied in the field of incidental music, thus, ensuring the continuation of its life after the curtain falls, we argue that discography is one of the main ways in which incidental music (like any other type of music) can be preserved and later studied. We argue that discog...
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Every music has its own unique identity. These special features need to be exposed and published, or else they perish. With that in mind, this paper explores or, as suggested, "Take a Peek!" into Lagu Melayu Asli or Malay Asli songs. In doing so, an extensive documents analysis was conducted as our methodology processes. After relevant documents fo...
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From the glamorous, cross-dressing “Rebel, Rebel” of David Bowie, to the righteous Trenchtown “Soul Rebel” of Bob Marley and The Wailers, both varied and various musical articulations of cultural and socio-political rebellion have long enjoyed a ubiquitous presence across multiple soundscapes. As a musicological delineator in Ireland, however, ‘reb...
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In my previous work about film music, I had adopted Gestalt as a theoretical framework to explain the functions and effects of music in film, from a perspective that did not stem from musicology but from film studies. I developed what I call ‘micro/macro configurations’ analysis. In films, music contributes to the overall form with its specific ges...
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Background in performance, musicology and music interaction: Score-based piano performance practices remain attached to a paradigm of textual interpretation, which is founded on the mental representability of music notation. This paradigm has been challenged by developments in contemporary music, musicology and technology. The performative and embo...
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It is possible to see the effects of the geography that it dominates in the music culture, as in all areas of the Byzantine empire, which hosted a synthesis culture between the east and the west. Few information and documents, mostly religious music, have reached the present day about Byzantine music, which can be divided into various groups as rel...
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The study of music, as an aesthetic, cultural and scientific phenomenon, has been taking place at least since the 6th century BC, in ancient Greece. There, music was part of the citizens’ formal education, which prompted philosophers to ponder its origin, function and meaning.
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Alí Primera (1941-1985) constituye una figura emblemática de la Nueva Canción Latinoamericana; sus cualidades vocales, su versatilidad como cantautor y con la producción discográfica de más de catorce largas duración, lo convierten en un representante de la oleada de artistas latinoamericanos que buscaron cambiar al mundo con sus canciones. Paradój...
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Musical form analysis is a rigorous task that frequently challenges the expertise of human analysts and signal processing algorithms alike. While numerous systems have been proposed to perform the tasks of musical segmentation, genre classification, and single-label segment classification in popular music, none have specifically focused on the anal...
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Research on automatic music generation lacks consideration of the originality of musical outputs, creating risks of plagiarism and/or copyright infringement. We present the originality report —a set of analyses that is parameterised by a “similarity score”—for measuring the extent to which an algorithm copies from the input music. First, we constru...
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Music is an activity that fascinates and intrigues mankind since the dawn of history. There is no historical evidence that a society or community has ever existed, no matter how primitive or small, that didn’t have a type of musical expression. The word “music” comes from the Greek term “mousiki” meaning “the art of the muses”, referring to the nin...
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The dictionary contains entries related to specialized areas of musicology, from basic music theory to musical forms, history of music and analysis to organology. Moreover, the dictionary contains entries that are not musical terms, but undoubtedly belong to the vocabulary of any musician. Slovník obsahuje heslá, ktoré sa vzťahujú na jednotlivé obl...
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The artistic contestation between choral culture and folk song is an important concern in the study of musicology. The problem that is of concern in this study focuses on singing behavior in singing hybrid vocal music. Choir singing behavior has standard vocal techniques, on the other hand the context of understanding folk songs includes natural si...
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Recently Chinese music has been regarded as an independent music school. However, the definition of Chinese music has been an abstract and subjective concept. That makes music information retrieval (MIR) tasks hard to perform on Chinese music. Previous musicological studies have explained how musical elements like melody and instruments shape a cer...
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A mixed investigation, which combines a performative work and is based on musicological elements, can allow a more coherent interpretive expression. To do this, we start from a primary postulate: the in-terpretation acts as a vehicle for the recreational expression of compositional elements if it is constituted from knowledge and if it is faithful...
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Sounds - and music - are able to shape individual and collective identities, define spaces and borders, denote cultures, transmit knowledge and influence style lives. ASWAT is a series of music meetings and performances focusing on Egyptian culture(s) of music that seeks to explore a range of musical practices across Egypt, and beyond, through the...
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La siguiente ponencia representa una primera aproximación a las actividades que Pedro Dorrego (Argentina) y Buenaventura Bassols (España)-concertistas, compositores y profesores de guitarra-desarrollaron en nuestro país entre las décadas de 1850 y 1860. Por lo que sabemos, Dorrego fue un aclamado virtuoso y compositor que ejecutaba una guitarra de...
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During the period of stagnation in Kraków’s theatre culture in the 2nd half of the 18th century, an opera entitled ‘Rivals, or the Tattoo in Kraków’ [„Rywale czyli czapstrzyk w Krakowie”] was created by Kacper Meciszewski (libretto) and Zagórski (music; not preserved to this day), unknown by first name. Although mentioned several times in the theat...
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Ao Prof. Dr. Régis Duprat (in memoriam), dedicamos este necrológio, por sua expressiva contribuição artística e intelectual, além de sua importante influência na formação de alunos e da nova geração de músicos e pesquisadores em arte, em especial a musicologia. Esta homenagem procura expor, de modo sucinto, momentos significativos da vida e da carr...
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Musical form analysis is a rigorous task that frequently challenges the expertise of human analysts and signal processing algorithms alike. While numerous systems have been proposed to perform the tasks of musical segmentation, genre classification, and single-label segment classification in popular music, none have specifically focused on the anal...
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En la historia de la música podemos encontrar un buen número de obras musicales y de libros que, tras su estreno o publicación, generaron una amplia polémica por motivos artísticos, morales, religiosos, políticas, ideológicos o sexuales, entre otras causas. Pero, sin duda, es difícil encontrar un ejemplo como el que protagoniza esta comunicación, C...
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Comme l'affirmait déjà Hugues Dufourt dans l'introduction à son ouvrage de 1987 La musique et le pouvoir 1 , nous faisons l'hypothèse, dans le domaine des études relatives à la musique dans le contexte académique francophone 2 , de l'existence d'un état de fait dans son sens philosophique, en tant qu'il se distingue de la notion d'état de droit 3....
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Musicologia & Diversidade é uma obra que enriquece a bibliografia musicológica dos países de língua portuguesa. No Brasil, as origens dessa ciência remontam ao século XIX quando o ofício de musicólogo ainda se confundia com o de crítico musical...
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This paper reviews the main theoretical and empirical models on which research into silence has been based, intending to locate and articulate the concepts considered to be orienting and practical to deploy a systemic and transdisciplinary review of “silence” as the object of research. The study was carried out by confronting silence as an object o...
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This article focuses on BBC Four’s original music programming, considering documentaries which, according to the channel’s commissioning guidelines, ‘tak[e] a musicology approach’ to give audiences a ‘privileged view’ of ‘how the music was made’. It focuses on two case studies: Tunes for Tyrants: Music and Power with Suzy Klein (2017) and Being Bee...
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Alí Primera (1941-1985) was an emblematic figure of the New Latin American Song; His vocal qualities, his versatility as a singer-songwriter and with the record production of more than fourteen lengths, make him a representative of the wave of Latin American artists who sought to change the world with their songs. Paradoxically, it has barely been...
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Iranian music consists of two main ethnic and dastgahi music types. One issue in Iranian musicology is studying the relationship of these two music types. Literature concerning Iranian musicology emphasizes the content effect of these two on each other. It is also believed that there is a relationship between these two music types. One illustration...
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Music information retrieval is currently an active research area that addresses the extraction of musically important information from audio signals, and the applications of such information. The extracted information can be used for search and retrieval of music in recommendation systems, or to aid musicological studies or even in music learning....
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Historians of early modern statecraft and confessional politics have traditionally treated the arts as peripheral to the more official bureaucratic concerns of government agents. Meanwhile, musicological scholarship rarely centers the experiences and exploits of politicians who participated in early modern musical events. This case study on British...
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Presentación del V Congreso ARLAC/IMS – Asociación Regional para América Latina y el Caribe, International Musicological Society (Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, Baeza, 20-22 April 2022).
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La Asociación Regional para América Latina y el Caribe de la Sociedad Internacional de Musicología, ARLAC/IMS y la Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, UNIA Sede Antonio Machado, Baeza, Jaén, convocan a musicólogos e investigadores en humanidades y ciencias sociales a participar en el V Congreso ARLAC/IMS, con ponencias individuales; mesas temát...
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Antes de começar, vale frisar que o termo violão é usado somente na língua portuguesa-brasileira e se refere ao instrumento de cordas dedilhadas, normalmente com cordas de nylon ou aço e uma caixa de ressonância de madeira, muito usada na música popular brasileira. Em outras línguas o nome é guitarra, que, para nós, se refere ao instrumento elétric...
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This paper seeks to re-establish the role liturgical music plays in fostering mindfulness, healing and spiritual wellness through an analysis of selected songs in Fr. George Ehusani’s musical collection. Whilst this study does not deal with the musicology and discography of the songs, it employs media monitoring for selection and hermeneutically an...
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For centuries liturgical music has been valued for its aesthetic appeal, soul-lifting impact and transcendental power. Following the trails of composers of Christian liturgical music such as French Jesuit priest Joseph Gelineau, his American counterparts Dan Schutte, Bob Dufford, and Carey Landry, amongst others, Fr. George Ehusani has also made li...
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La Semana de Música Religiosa de Cuenca es uno de los festivales de mayor tradición y prestigio a nivel nacional e internacional. Surgido en 1962 y desarrollado en la mayor parte de ediciones en fechas coincidentes con la Semana Santa, es el cuarto ciclo más antiguo de España. Se ha caracterizado por su especialización musical en torno a la música...
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This paper presents a web application for visualizing the tonality of a piece of music -- the organization of its chords and scales -- at a high level of abstraction and with coordinated playback. The application applies the discrete Fourier transform to the pitch-class domain of a user-specified segmentation of a MIDI file and visualizes the Fouri...
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This article illustrates different information visualization techniques applied to a database of classical composers and visualizes both the macrocosm of the Common Practice Period and the microcosms of twentieth century classical music. It uses data on personal (composer-to-composer) musical influences to generate and analyze network graphs. Data...
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For schools, the fundamental question is to what extent cultural heritage, and here specifically classical music, can play a role. In the scope of this paper, we will take an approach that places aspects of musicological research at the centre of music education. What role can musicological research play at schools and universities? In the followin...
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Gerd Kühr’s Corona-Meditation premiered on April 30, 2020, in a transnational online performance with more than 50 musicians, hosted by the Graz-based music festival Styriarte. The piece, written for a variable and unlimited number of pianists, is a creative response by Kühr to the social and cultural consequences of the measures implemented in Aus...
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Sonic singularities: The article introduces the most important philosophical and musicological contexts of Jakub Momro's book "The ear has no eyelid. Sonic primordial scenes". The author of the book places the music and sonic practices of late modernity into an extensive network of philosophical concepts, especially those related to the philosophy...
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The use of Semantic Technologies-in particular the Semantic Web-has revealed to be a great tool for describing the cultural heritage domain and artistic practices. However, the panorama of ontologies for musicological applications seems to be limited and restricted to specific applications. In this research, we propose HaMSE, an ontology capable of...
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The article follows the avatars of the Loredana Groza brand, started in the 80's, when the artist began her career, until today. The purpose of the analysis is to highlight the forces that acted and led, in the post-communist period, to the formation of a capitalist music industry. In this regard, Loredana Groza, who was a major player in this indu...
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The article deals with various aspects of the problem pertaining to the relationship between theoretical knowledge and the practice of historically informed musical performance in the context of interpretation of early music. An overview of the most important, controversial issues is made, which include: (1) discrepancies in the interpretation of t...
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This study includes the first part of the results of the research titled “Examination of Literature on Turkish Folk Dances and Creating a Movement Notation Archive with Analysis Outputs” conducted within the scope of TUBITAK 2219 Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Program. The research is designed to comprise three parts. The first part involves rev...
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Ede Terényi (b. Târgu-Mureş, 12 March 1935) is a composer, a musicologist and a pedagogue. For over three decades he has been a professor of harmony, counterpoint, musical dramaturgy and composition at the "Gh. Dima" Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca-Romania. Ede Terényi's language of composition followed several stages. In his first works we notice...
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Culture can be defined as “group typical behaviour patterns shared by members of a community that rely on socially learned and transmitted information” ( Laland and Hoppitt, 2003 , p. 151). Once thought to be a distinguishing characteristic of humans relative to other animals ( Dean et al., 2014 ) it is now generally accepted to exist more widely,...
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Tutorial de inscripción: V Congreso de la Asociación Regional para América Latina y el Caribe de la Sociedad Internacional de Musicología (ARLAC-IMS)
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Este artículo revisa las principales tenden- cias teóricas y empíricas en las que se ha apoyado la investigación sobre el silencio, con el objetivo de localizar y articular entre sí aquellos conceptos que se han considera- do orientadores y útiles para desplegar una revisión del objeto de estudio “silencio”, sistémica y transdisciplinar. El estudio...
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The chapter takes an in-depth look at innovation in cultural festivals, in particular in early music festivals, which is a type of festival aimed at a generally local and minority audience. It identifies and analyses types of innovations, the strategies used by early music festivals to innovate and the results of these innovations in the framework...
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(v15 - 2022) [c. 11,150 entries] A comprehensive list of books, articles, theses and other material covering the brass band movement, its history, instruments and musicology; together with other related topics
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The strong need for supplication to higher authorities or deities has been a key part of people's life since the creation of humans. In African religions and all the modern-day religions (Christianity, Islam etc.), supplication is a major part of their religious practices. Adherents of those religions are encouraged to take part in corporate prayer...
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The first conference of the series “Experiencing the Sacred”, established by the SenSArt ERC project, aims to develop the topic further by triangulating the liturgy (broadly intended), the experience of the faithful (understood both as an individual and as social groups) and the sensoria (i.e. the diverse sensory systems that existed in the Middle...
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Detecting objects with a small representation in images is a challenging task, especially when the style of the images is very different from recent photos, which is the case for cultural heritage datasets. This problem is commonly known as few-shot object detection and is still a new field of research. This article presents a simple and effective...
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Aim. Music for children has long been ignored as topic of musicology interest. Contemporary developments of media use makes access to music even for the smallest of society more possible than ever. But what can be declared children's music right now? Can the all age effect of media use and production be actually found in the data? Method. 96 sample...
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This paper is based on the intersection of studies of performing arts, music and digital media in the field of musicology, which I connected with empirical research of professional musicians' attitudes towards Belgrade concert life in art music in the first year of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The research was conducted on the basis of a su...
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Este artículo busca ser un punto de partida en cuanto a la revaloración del estudio de los villancicos de negro (también llamados guineos o negrillas). Para tal propósito se tomaron cuatro ejemplos de guineos del manuscrito conocido como Cancionero musical de Gaspar Fernandes, documento del cual el musicólogo Aurelio Tello realizó un estudio y post...
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Music analysis tasks, such as structure identification and modulation detection, are tedious when performed manually due to the complexity of the common music notation (CMN). Fully automated analysis instead misses human intuition about relevance. Existing approaches use abstract data-driven visualizations to assist music analysis but lack a suitab...
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In the scientific monograph The Development of Music and Aesthetic Thoughts in Slovakia in the 20th Century (2013), the author maps the development of Slovak musical aesthetics and aesthetic thinking in the course of the events of the rich 20th century; examines the relationship between general aesthetics and music, with an emphasis on the results...
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Este diplomado propone un abordaje transdisciplinario de los fenómenos del sonido y la escucha, situado en la intersección entre la socioantropología de los sentidos, la historia sensorial, la psicoacústica, las ciencias de la comunicación, la musicología, los estudios del cuerpo y las emociones y los estudios urbanos, entre otros, con la intención...
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In Pop Masculinities, author Kai Arne Hansen investigates the performance and policing of masculinity in pop music as a starting point for grasping the broad complexity of gender and its politics in the early twenty-first century. Drawing together perspectives from critical musicology, gender studies, and adjacent scholarly fields, the book present...
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Cet article retrace l'évolution du regard posé par le critique musical Émile Vuillermoz sur Igor Stravinski. Vuillermoz, qui fréquente Stravinski à Paris à partir de 1910, est d'abord un fervent défenseur du compositeur jusqu'au début des années 1920. Il accueille avec enthousiasme les premières oeuvres de Stravinski qui, selon lui, cherchent à pro...
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A pesar de la pandemia, el Encuentro Internacional de Docentes de Música de Cuenca/X Jornadas de Didáctica de la Música y Musicología tuvo lugar entre el viernes 13 y el domingo 15 de noviembre de 2020. De forma lógica, tuvo que adaptar su formato y se desarrolló en línea. Así, se desarrollaron cuatro conferencias grupales y treinta y cinco comunic...
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For the first time in Ukrainian musicology, an attempt was made at a creative portrait of the composer Maryna Denysenko-Sapmaz, the main stages of formation of her creative personality were outlined, a panoramic review of significant works in her creative biography was offered. Analytical observations allowed generalizations about the orientations...
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In this chapter, I examine early music performance, musicology and music pedagogy in order to propose moving from what I argue to be an understanding of HIP (historically informed performance) as something analogous to a learning outcome, to the idea of utilising its potential as a pedagogical and rhetorical practice, providing a different context...
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This work presents a multidisciplinary approach to vibrotactile perception, applying linguistic methods to musical acoustics. We are interested more particularly in the sense of touch as a part of the multisensory experience of playing a musical instrument. Six words and their inflections are chosen from the literature in musical acoustics dealing...
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The article reviews the tendencies of contemporary musical folklore releases in Lithuania, focusing on the last five years. Based on scientific and journalistic literature, music, and conversations with authors and label owners, the experiential aspect is explored through different ways of creating and releasing music. The period overlaps with the...
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Jim Henson's Labyrinth has been a family staple for almost forty years. Steadfast in its popularity, the film was even lauded as a cult-classic for the 30th anniversary re-release. Though this newfound status has done little to alleviate the persistent difficulty of generic categorisation, instead it highlights Labyrinth's awkwardness when grouped...
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The purpose of the article is to analyze the historical and cultural background and the main aspects of the formation of professional piano performance in Ternopil in the late nineteenth - first half of the twentieth century on the example of VMIL branch activity. Methodology. The methodological basis of the publication is historical-stylistic and...
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The purpose of the article is to determine the cultural and historical determinants of the anthropological turn in the music of the twentieth century when the civilizational desire to create an artificial environment led to the invention of new forms of compositional structures (twelve-tone system, aleatorics, etc.). The methodology consists of the...
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Research and documentary project Slovak Folkd Dance Music which was realized by Ethnomusicological Department of Institute of Musicology (Slovak Academy of Sciences Bratislava) in 40 villages of Slovakia in 1991 and 1992 was the starting point for this publication. 693 dances as a whole were recorded within 12 filed expeditions with contribution of...
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The narration of glam music, especially glam rock, as queer is countered by a canonisation of male white icons in pop musicology, which is illuminated and expanded in this article. Early glam performances by self-feminised Black musicians (Ward 1998) as well as the music making of female agents of glam rock are at the center of this exploration. Fi...
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The discussions of conatus – force, tendency, effort, and striving – in early modern metaphysics have roots in Aristotle’s understanding of life as an internal experience of living force. This paper examines the ways that Spinoza’s conatus is consonant with Aristotle on effort. By tracking effort from his psychology and ethics to aesthetics, I show...
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Musical co-creativity aims at making humans and computers collaborate to compose music. As an MIR team in computational musicology, we experimented with co-creativity when writing our entry to the “AI Song Contest 2020”. Artificial intelligence was used to generate the song’s structure, harmony, lyrics, and hook melody independently and as a basis...
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This essay analyzes Colombian cacerolazo, a protest in which people bangs pots and pans, to offer a global perspective on the ways that noise has become an eloquent means of expression to public outcry and unrest before, after, and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The aim of the article is to determine the specifics of the composer’s embodiment of the prelude genre in the works of S. Feinberg on the example of two cycles “Four preludes” op. 8 and “Three Preludes” op. 15. The methodology is based on an integrated approach and includes analytical, comparative, as well as structural-functional and genre-style m...
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The article is devoted to revealing the peculiarities of the texture program performance reproduction of a musical work. Based on the consideration of the textural program as a sequence of changes in the musical performance during the process of developing the form of the work, the performer-pianist must build the appropriate means of performance:...
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The purpose of this article is to outline the evolutionary vector of the style evolution of G. M. T. Sumner’s (Sting) creativity. The methodology. The study is based on the comprehensive use of systematic, historical and cultural approaches, as well as methods of periodization and genre-style analysis. The results. The article analyzes the work of...
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Nidaa Abou Mrad et Bouchra Béchéalany. Prosopographie d’une moniale musicologue francophone du Levant : Sœur Thérèse-Berthe Antar Sœur Thérèse-Berthe Antar (1932-2016), moniale antonine maronite libanaise, fait partie de la première génération de musicologues universitaires au Liban et est la première femme de ce pays à avoir obtenu un doctorat en...