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Music score
1 miniature score (23 pages) ; 36 cm
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Book
1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 28 cm.
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Music score
1 score (1 leaf) ; 22 x 28 cm.
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Music score
5 scores (2 folded leaves each) ; 28 cm. + 1 sound disc (13 min, 36 sec. : digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
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Music score
score (23 p.) 31 cm.
  • Session.--Reading.--Recital.--Lecture.
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x, 245 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • Part 1: Historical and contemporary understanding of applied ethnomusicology in international perspective. Maintaining the distance, othering the subaltern : rethinking ethnomusicologist' engagement in advocacy and social justice / Ana Hofman
  • Solving conflicts : applied ethnomusicology at the Music Department of the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, and in the context of IMOHP / Bernhard Bleibinger
  • Applied ethnomusicology, music therapy and ethnographically informed choral education : the merging of disciplines during a case study in Hopevale, Northern Queensland / Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg
  • Part 2: Teaching pedagogies and research practices of applied ethnomusicology. United States ethnomusicology and the engaged university / Eric Martin Usner
  • Big women from Burrulula : an approach to advocacy and applied ethnomusicology with the Yanyuwa aboriginal community in the Northern Territory, Australia / Elizabeth Mackinlay
  • Singing from the dark : applied ethnomusicology and the study of lullabies / Katarina Juvančič
  • Solid as stone and bone : song as a bridge between cultures and generations / Vojko Veršnik
  • Part 3: Building sustatinable music cultures. Three journeys, five recollections, seven voices : operationalising sustainability in music / Huib Schippers
  • Questioning the possibility of revitalising traditional rural songs in Topola, Serbia / Jelena Jovanović
  • Part 4: Music's roles in conflict situations. The music of minorities in Austria : conflict and intercultural strategies / Ursula Hemetek
  • The musical arts in Aceh after the tsunami and the conflict / Margaret Kartomi
  • Polyphony of cultures : conceptualization and consequences of an applied media project / Britta Sweers.
Applied ethnomusicology is the approach guided by principles of social responsibility, which extends the usual academic goal of broadening and deepening knowledge and understanding toward solving concrete problems and toward working both inside and beyond typical academic contexts (International Council for Traditional Music, 2007). This edited volume is based on the 1st symposium of the ICTM's Study Group on Applied Ethnomusicology in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 2008 that brought together more than thirty specialists from all world's continents. It contains Preface, an extensive Introduction, and twelve selected peer-reviewed articles by the authors from Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, Slovenia, Serbia, South Africa, United Kingdom, and United States of America, divided into four thematic groups. These groups encompass: diverse perspectives on the growing field of applied ethnomusicology in various geographical and problem-solving contexts; research and teaching-related connotations; potential in contributing to sustainable music cultures; and, use of music in conflict resolution situations. The edited volume "Applied Ethnomusicology: Historical and Contemporary Approaches" brings together previously dispersed knowlege and perspectives, and offers new insights to various disciplines within the humanities and social sciences. Rooted in diverse scholarly traditions, it addresses a variety of challenges in today's world and aims to benefit the quality of human existence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781443824255 20160605
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Book
194 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm.
  • Musik/Medien/Kunst : ein Vorwort / Beate Flath
  • Collage für Werner Jauk / Rupert Huber und Horst Hörtner
  • Medien und Medialität als Herausforderung für Musikwissenschaft heute / Susanne Binas-Preisendörfer
  • Kommunikation
  • Der Körper ist das Instrument / Mia Zabelka
  • Sound und Popkultur : zwischen Ökonomie und emotionaler (Massen-)Kommunikation / Beate Flath
  • Technologie
  • Vom Idiophon zum Touchpad : die musiktechnologische Entwicklung zum virtuellen Musikinstrument / Bernd Enders
  • Musik in der digitalen Mediamorphose / Alfred Smudits
  • Mass media in portions / Walter Werzowa
  • Elektronische Musik : von der Avantgarde-Nische zum paradigmatischen Musikstil / Peter Tschmuck
  • Pop : a sustained peak experience / Christian C. Tschinke
  • Wahrnehmung
  • Komplexität und ästhetisches Erleben : auf dem Weg zu einer neuen Hedonik / Erich Raab
  • Denken mit den Ohren / Sam Auinger
  • Transdisziplinäres Arbeiten an der Schnittstelle von Sozialwissenschaft und Medienkunst / Elli Scambor und Fränk Zimmer
  • Trivia / Heimo Ranzenbacher
  • Anhang
  • Autorinnen.
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Book
xii, 286 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
  • Environmental issues we all face and changes in the music business
  • Establishing sustainable practices on the road
  • Tools of the trade : sustainable instruments, equipment, and accessories
  • Sustainable recording studios.
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Book
xi, 218 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Contents: Introduction-- Before Samulnori-- Creating Samulnori-- Becoming Samulnori-- Being Samulnori-- Learning Samulnori-- Sustaining Samulnori-- Exporting Samulnori-- Beyond Samulnori-- References-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472462893 20160619
SamulNori is a percussion quartet which has given rise to a genre, of the same name, that is arguably Korea's most successful 'traditional' music of recent times. Today, there are dozens of amateur and professional samulnori groups. There is a canon of samulnori pieces, closely associated with the first founding quartet but played by all, and many creative evolutions on the basic themes, made by the rapidly growing number of virtuosic percussionists. And the genre is the focus of an abundance of workshops, festivals and contests. Samulnori is taught in primary and middle schools; it is part of Korea's national education curriculum. It has dedicated institutes, and there are a number of workbooks devoted to helping wannabe 'samulnorians'. It is a familiar part of Korean performance culture, at home and abroad, in concerts but also in films and theatre productions. SamulNori uses four instruments: kkwaenggwari and ching small and large gongs, and changgo and puk drums. These are the instruments of local percussion bands and itinerant troupes that trace back many centuries, but samulnori is a recent development of these older traditions: it was first performed in February 1978. This volume explores this vibrant percussion genre, charting its origins and development, the formation of the canon of pieces, teaching and learning strategies, new evolutions and current questions relating to maintaining, developing, and sustaining samulnori in the future.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472462893 20160619
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Book
xi, 229 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction-- 1-- Pop ecology on the global stage-- 2-- Whose land? Popular music and the American soundscape-- 3-- Music makes place: Regional geographies in popular song-- 4-- A tonic for the troops: Local music, community, and ecology-- Conclusion-- Bibliography-- Discography-- Filmography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439907122 20160609
Can musicians really make the world more sustainable? Anthropologist Mark Pedelty, joined an eco-oriented band, the Hypoxic Punks, to find out. In his timely and exciting book, Ecomusicology, Pedelty explores the political ecology of rock, from local bands to global superstars. He examines the climate change controversies of U2's 360 Degrees stadium tour - deemed excessive by some - and the struggles of local folk singers who perform songs about the environment. In the process, he raises serious questions about the environmental effects and meanings on music. Ecomusicology examines the global, national, regional, and historical contexts in which environmental pop is performed. Pedelty reveals the ecological potentials and pitfalls of contemporary popular music, in part through ethnographic fieldwork among performers, audiences, and activists. Ultimately, he explains how popular music dramatically reflects both the contradictions and dreams of communities searching for sustainability. Mark Pedelty is an Associate Professor of Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota. To learn more about this book and its music, visit his website, http://www.hypoxicpunks.org.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439907122 20160609
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vii, 314 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Ecomusicologies Aaron S. Allen and Kevin Dawe Part 1: Ecological Directions 2. The Ecology of Musical Performance: Towards a Robust Methodology Alice Boyle and Ellen Waterman 3. Ecomusicology, Ethnomusicology, and Soundscape Ecology: Scientific and Musical Responses to Sound Study Margaret Q. Guyette and Jennifer C. Post 4. "No Tree-No Leaf": Applying Resilience Theory to Eucalypt-Derived Musical Traditions Robin Ryan 5. Why Thoreau? Jeff Todd Titon Part 2: Fieldwork Directions 6. Natural Species, Sounds, and Humans in Lowland South America: The Kisedje/Suya, Their World, and the Nature of Their Musical Experience Anthony Seeger 7. Of Human and Non-human Birds: Indigenous Music Making and Sentient Ecology in Northwestern Mexico Helena Simonett 8. Materials Matter: Towards a Political Ecology of Musical Instrument Making Kevin Dawe 9. "Keepin' It Real": Musicking and Solidarity, the Hornby Island Vibe Andrew Mark 10. Late Soviet Discourses of Nature and the Natural: Musical Avtentyka, Native Faith, and "Cultural Ecology" after Chornobyl Maria Sonevytsky and Adrian Ivakhiv Part 3: Critical Directions 11. Critical Theory in Ecomusicology James Rhys Edwards 12. Nature and Culture, Noise and Music: Perception and Action W. Luke Windsor 13. Aural Rights and Early Environmental Ethics: Negotiating the Post-War Soundscape Alexandra Hui 14. Music, Television Advertising, and the Green Positioning of the Global Energy Industry Travis Stimeling 15. Pop Ecology: Lessons from Mexico Mark Pedelty Part 4: Textual Directions 16. Ecocriticism and Traditional English Folk Music David Ingram 17. The Peasant's Voice and the Tourist's Gaze: Listening to Landscape in Luc Ferrari's Petite symphonie intuitive pour un paysage de printemps Eric Drott 18. Negotiating Nature and Music through Technology: Ecological Reflections in the Works of Maggi Payne and Laurie Spiegel Sabine Feisst 19. Musical Actions, Political Sounds: Libby Larsen and Composerly Consciousness Denise Von Glahn 20. New Directions: Ecological Imaginations, Soundscapes, and Italian Opera Aaron S. Allen.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138804586 20160619
This volume is the first sustained examination of the complex perspectives on ecomusicology - the study of the intersections of music/sound, culture/society, and nature/environment. Twenty-two authors provide a range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical chapters representing disciplines such as anthropology, biology, ecology, environmental studies, ethnomusicology, history, literature, musicology, performance studies, and psychology. They bring their specialized training to bear on interdisciplinary topics, both individually and in collaboration. What emerges from the whole is a view of ecomusicology that the editors argue is a field, a place where many disciplines come together. The topics address in this volume - contemporary composers and traditional musics, acoustic ecology and politicized soundscapes, material sustainability and environmental crisis, familiar and unfamiliar sounds, local places and global warming, birds and mice, hearing and listening, biomusic and soundscape ecology, and more - engage with conversations in the various realms of music study as well as in environmental studies and cultural studies. As with any good ecosystem, the field of ecomusicology is dynamic, but this edited collection provides a snapshot of it in a formative period. Each chapter is short and designed to be accessible to the non-specialist; and extensive bibliographies are included with further materials provided on a companion website. An introduction together with interspersed editorial summaries helps guide readers through this particular instance of the field of ecomusicology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138804586 20160619
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Music score
1 score (20 p.) : ill. ; 30 cm.
  • Bold and bright
  • Light and smooth, with gentle accentuation
  • Implacable
  • Dignified
  • Quasi alla marcia
  • Preparing for a long flight
  • Ferociously
  • Stately, sustained
  • Simply, very strong and forceful, yet lyrical.
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Music score
10 scorecards ; 13 x 21, 11 x 26, 11 x 18 cm.
  • Beast : for string bass
  • A rose is a rose is a round : [for vocal ensemble]
  • (Night) : for percussion perhaps, or--
  • Koan : for solo violin
  • Maximusic : for percussion
  • Swell piece [no. 1 : for any number of instruments beyond three]
  • Swell pieces no. 2 & 3 : [no. 2 for any five or more different sustaining instruments ; no. 3 for eight or more different sustaining instruments]
  • August harp
  • Cellogram
  • Having never written a note for percussion.
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ix, 315 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS FOREWORD Lee Higgins LIST OF FIGURES Chapter 1. The Tapestry: Introducing Community Music Kari Veblen Section I: COMMUNITY MUSIC IN GLOBAL CONTEXT Chapter 2. North America: Historical Foundations Jeff Bush, Andrew Krikun Chapter 3. Community Music in the United Kingdom Kathryn Deane, Phil Mullen Chapter 4. Community Music in the Nordic Countries: Politics, Research, Programs, and Educational Significance Sidsel Karlsen, Heidi Westerlund, Heidi Partti, Einar Solbu Chapter 5. Community Music in Africa: Perspectives from South Africa, Kenya, and Eritrea Elizabeth Oehrle, David Akombo, Elias Weldegebriel Chapter 6. Community Music in Australia and New Zealand Aotearoa Brydie Leigh Bartleet, Shelley Brunt, Anja Tait, and Catherine Trelfall Chapter 7. Community Music in East Asia Chi Cheung Leung, Mari Siobara, Christine Yau Section II: INTERCONNECTIONS Chapter 8. Intergenerational Music Learning in Community and Schools Carol Beynon, Chris Alfano Chapter 9. Music Learning as a Lifespan Endeavor David Myers, Chelcy Bowles, Will Dabback Chapter 10. Community Music Through Authentic Engagement: Bridging Community, School, and University Programs Sylvia Chong, Deborah Rohwer, Donna Emmanuel, Nathan Kruse Rineke Smilde Chapter 11. Digital Community: Sharing, Teaching, Exploring Stephen J. Messenger III: MARGINALIZED MUSICS AND COMMUNITIES Chapter 12. Marginalized Communities: Reaching Those Falling Outside Socially Accepted Norms Sheila Woodward, Catherine Pestano Chapter 13. Person Growth through Music: The Oakdale Prison Community Choir and Community Music for Homeless Populations In New York City Mary Cohen, Marissa Silverman Chapter 14. Reaching out to Participants who are Challenged Donald De Vito, Arthur Gill Chapter 15. Diverse Communities, Inclusive Practice Magali Kleber, Dochy Lichtenstein, Claudia Gluschankof IV: PERFORMING ENSEMBLES: ARTISTRY, ADVOCACY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE Chapter 16. Community Choirs: Expressions of Identity through Vocal Performance Susan Avery, Casey Hayes, Cindy Bell Chapter 17. Instrumental Ensembles: Community Case Studies from Brazil and the USA Don Coffman, Joel Barbosa Chapter 18. Expressing Faith through Vocal Performance Hussein Janmohamed, Cindy Bell, Mehnaz Thawer Chapter 19. Community Music and Sustainability Worldwide: Ecosystems of Engaged Music Making Huip Schippers, Richard Letts Chapter 20. Resources in Community Music Janice Waldron, Steven Moser, Kari Veblen About the Authors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781607093206 20160610
Community Music Today highlights community music workers who constantly improvise and reinvent to lead through music and other expressive media. It answers the perennial question "What is community music?" through a broad, international palette of contextual shades, hues, tones, and colors. With over fifty musician/educators participating, the book explores community music in global contexts, interconnections, and marginalized communities, as well as artistry and social justice in performing ensembles. This book is both a response to and a testimony of what music is and can do, music's place in people's lives, and the many ways it unites and marks communities. As documented in case studies, community music workers may be musicians, teachers, researchers, and activists, responding to the particular situations in which they find themselves. Their voices are the threads of the multifaceted tapestry of musical practices at play in formal, informal, nonformal, incidental, and accidental happenings of community music.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781607093206 20160610
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2 videodiscs (197 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
George Gershwin melded classical idioms, jazz, blues and spirituals in this quintessentially American masterpiece about a crippled beggar, the headstrong woman he loves, and the community that sustains them both.
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Music recording
1 audio disc : CD audio ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Digital: audio file; CD audio.
  • Literal upheaval of the earth
  • Our father who art as nothing
  • Prelude to absolution
  • God of love
  • Behold the holy virgin whore
  • An endless pursuit for a satisfying pain
  • Sustained in desolation
  • Dogma
  • Rotting immaculate like you
  • Prelude to absolution
  • An endless pursuit for satisfying pain
  • Literal upheaval of the earth.
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Book
xiv, 391 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Ohnny Cash FAQ celebrates the musical genius of Cash and takes a look at every album Cash released, the stories behind the hits, the key relationships and collaborations in his life (including his partnership with June Carter Cash), and how he sustained a fantastic, nearly fifty-year career.
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Music score
1 study score (27 pages) ; 30 cm
Composed for a film directed by Barrie Gavin; "the music is intended to evoke a pre-dawn landscape, with episodes of birdsong and, towards the end, a long sustained melody for the violins. Following this comes an evocation of the sunrise"--Program notes.
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viii, 194 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Acknowledgements-- Introduction-- Part I: The Instruments: 1. The transition from the harpsichord and clavichord to the piano-- 2. Stops, levers and pedals-- Part II. Pedalling and the Early Pianists: 3. Documentary accounts of early pedalling-- 4. Early technique of the pedals as described in tutors-- 5. Early pedal markings-- 6. Mozart and his contemporaries-- Part III. Pedalling After c.1820: 7. The emergence of modern pedalling-- 8. The sustaining pedal after c.1800-- 9. Other pedals from c.1800-- Appendix: J. P. Milchmeyer, Die wahre Art das Pianoforet zu spielen-- Louis Adam: Methode de Piano du Conservatoire-- Daniel Steibelt, Methode de Piano.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521402668 20160528
David Rowland traces the history of piano pedalling from its beginnings in the eighteenth century to its first maturity in the middle of the nineteenth century and beyond. Pedalling technique was a major feature of nineteenth-century piano performance and, coupled with new developments in piano structure, inspired many composers to write innovative works for the literature. Rowland examines this through the technique and music of composer-pianists such as Beethoven, Liszt, and Chopin. In addition, he follows the transition from harpsichord and clavichord to piano and outlines the physical properties of the various stops, levers, and pedals available at the different stages of the instrument's development. The book also includes an appendix of translated extracts from three well-known piano-pedalling tutors. It will be of interest to students and scholars of music history and performance practice, as well as to pianists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521402668 20160528
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xi, 335 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgements-- Introduction-- 1. The invention of the voices-and-instruments hypothesis-- 2. The re-invention of the a cappella hypothesis-- 3. Hearing medieval harmonies-- 4. Evidence, interpretation, power and persuasion-- Conclusion-- Notes-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521818704 20160528
Medieval music has been made and remade over the past two hundred years. For the nineteenth century it was vocal, without instrumental accompaniment, but with barbarous harmony that no one could have wished to hear. For most of the twentieth century it was instrumentally accompanied, increasingly colourful and increasingly enjoyed. At the height of its popularity it sustained an industry of players and instrument makers, all engaged in recreating an apparently medieval performance practice. During the 1980s it became vocal once more, exchanging colour and contrast for cleanliness and beauty. But what happens to produce such radical changes of perspective? And what can we learn from them about the way we interact with the past? How much is really known about the way medieval music sounded? Or have modern beliefs been formed and sustained less by evidence than the personalities of scholars and performers, their ideologies and their musical tastes?
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521818704 20160528
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