6 edition of Comparative Musicology and Anthropology of Music found in the catalog.
March 26, 1991
by University Of Chicago Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Bruno Nettl (Editor), Philip V. Bohlman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
Analytical Approaches To World Music () 1 Toward a New Comparative Musicology Patrick E. Savage1 and Steven Brown2 1Department of Musicology, Tokyo University of the Arts 2Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University We propose a return to the forgotten agenda of comparative musicology, one that is updated with the. The study-object of ethnomusicology, or, as it originally was called: comparative musicology, is the traditional music and musical instruments of all cultural strata of mankind, from the so-called primitive peoples to the civilized nations. Our science, therefore, investigates all tribal and folk music and every kind of non-Western art : Alan P. Merriam.
12 Distribution of the "rise" in North American Indian music. From Bruno Nettl, "Musical cartography and the distribution of music. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 16 (), p. 13 Diagram of distribution of traits in musical areas. From Bruno Nettl, "Notes on musical areas," Acta Musicologica 30 (), p. 14 Shawnee File Size: 1MB. The book unfolds in three parts. Busse Berger starts with the origins of comparative musicology circa , when early proponents used ideas from comparative linguistics to test whether parallels could be drawn between nonwestern and medieval European music.
About the Book. Distinguished ethnomusicologist Philip V. Bohlman compiles Johann Gottfried Herder’s writings on music and nationalism, from his early volumes of Volkslieder through sacred song to the essays on aesthetics late in his life, shaping them as the book on music that Herder would have written had he gathered the many strands of his musical thought into a single publication. Christensen, D. () ‘ Erich M. von Hornbostel, Carl Stumpf, and the institutionalization of comparative musicology ’, in B. Nettl and P. V. Bohlman (eds.), Comparative Musicology and the Anthropology of Music: Essays on the History of Ethnomusicology, University of Chicago Press, pp. –9Author: Lars-Christian Koch.
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Nineteen scholars from five countries explore significant issues in the history of ethnomusicology and its methodological. Comparative Musicology and Anthropology of Music: Essays on the History of Ethnomusicology / Edition 2.
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Comparative musicology and anthropology of music: essays on the history of ethnomusicology. [Bruno Nettl; Philip V Bohlman;] -- Non-Aboriginal; based on papers presented at Ideas, Concepts and Personalities in the History of Ethnomusicology conference, Urbana, Illinois, April THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF MUSIC cultural matrix out of which it is produced.
Ethnomusicology has con-centrated its efforts primarily upon music sound and structure, thus em-phasizing its musicological component and in great part ignoring the anthropological.
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We outline here five major themes that underlie the re-establishment of comparative musicology: (1) classification, (2) cultural evolution, (3) human history, (4) universals, and (5) biological.
Introduction. Questions concerning the social significance of music have a long history within the interdisciplinary field of ethnomusicology. The emergence of comparative musicology in Europe in the early 20th century, and of ethnomusicology subsequently in North America, generated topical distinctions between Western classical music and the music of “others,” with attendant distinctions.
Comparative Musicology and Anthropology of Music: Essays on the History of Ethnomusicology. University of Chicago Press, Rice, Timothy. Ethnomusicology: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, This is intended to include predecessor disciplines (e.g., comparative musicology) and closely related fields (e.g., folksong study) and, where deemed appropriate, contributions involving the relationship of ethnomusicology to other fields such as historical musicology, anthropology, music theory, systematic musicology, or organology.
This framework takes advantage of new scientific theories and methods – particularly from advances in computer science, psychology, genetic anthropology, and cultural evolution – to apply comparative musicological research to answer longstanding questions about the origins of music and to contemporary issues including music copyright law.
Musicology (from Greek 'μουσική' (mousikē) for 'music' and 'λογος' (logos) for 'domain of study') is the scholarly analysis and research-based study of logy departments traditionally belong to the humanities, although music research is often more scientific in focus (psychological, sociological, acoustical, neurological, computational).
In this highly praised and seminal work, Alan Merriam demonstrates that music is a social behavior—one worthy and available to study through the methods of anthropology.
In it, he convincingly argues that ethnomusicology, by definition, cannot separate the sound-analysis of music from its cultural context of people thinking, acting, and creating.
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Bohlman. Get this edition User activity. Definition. Stated broadly, ethnomusicology may be described as a holistic investigation of music in its cultural contexts.
 Combining aspects of folklore, psychology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, comparative musicology, music theory, and history,  ethnomusicology has adopted perspectives from a multitude of disciplines.
 This disciplinary variety has given rise to many. On the other hand, areas such as music psychology, comparative musicology, ethnomusicology, and popular music studies are methodologically and theoretically related to subdisciplines of : Bernd Brabec de Mori.Timothy Taylor () Beyond Exoticism: Western Music and the World.
Week 8 Folk Music. Carol M. Babaricki () “Tribal Music in the Study of the Great and Little Traditions of Indian Music, in Comparative Musicology and Anthropology of Music, edited by Bruno Nettl and Philip Bohlman, pp.