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Modern methods for musicology

prospects, proposals, and realities

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musicology -- Data processing -- Congresses,
  • Information storage and retrieval systems -- Music -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited] by Tim Crawford and Lorna Gibson.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesDigital research in the arts and humanities
    ContributionsCrawford, Tim., Gibson, Lorna, 1977-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3797.1 .M64 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23015612M
    ISBN 109780754673026, 9780754681755
    LC Control Number2009001728

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Music genre: new releases and popular books, including Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson, The Meaning of Mariah Carey by Mariah Carey, The Wreckage of Us by Br.

    Leman, M. (), Systematic musicology at the crossroads of modern music research. In Schneider, A. (Ed.), Systematic and Comparative Musicology: Concepts, Methods, Findings. Hamburger Jahrbuch für Musikwissenschaft, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. Marc Leman Systematic musicology at the crossroads of modern music research Abstract. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stevens, Denis, Musicology. New York: Schirmer Books, , © (OCoLC) Document Type.

      Empirical Musicology strikes a conciliatory, even deferential tone. Traditionally, empirical methods have largely been used by social and political conservatives. Consequently, for many in the arts community, empirical methods are viewed as the tools of reactionary elements: "empiricism" has become associated with "imperialism.". New books in musicology. New books of interest to musicologists are added to this page regularly. Send requests for inclusion to [email protected] (monitored by Bob Judd at the AMS office). Please include ISBN and a URL for further information whenever possible.


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Modern Methods for Musicology. DOI link for Modern Methods for Musicology. Modern Methods for Musicology book. Prospects, Proposals, and Realities. Edited By Tim Crawford, Lorna Gibson. Edition 1st Cited by: 5. Modern Methods for Musicology by Tim Crawford,available at Book Depository with Modern methods for musicology book delivery worldwide.

Modern Methods for Musicology: Prospects, Proposals, and Realities (Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities) Tim Crawford, Lorna Gibson, Tim Crawford, Lorna Gobson Written by leading experts, this volume provides both a picture of the realities of how ICT is currently being used in musicology as well as prospects and proposals for how it.

Modern Methods for Musicology: Prospects, Proposals, and Realities (Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities). Get this from a library. Modern methods for musicology: prospects, proposals, and realities. [Tim Crawford; Lorna Gibson;] -- Written by leading experts, this volume provides both a picture of the realities of how ICT is currently being used in musicology as well.

Modern Methods for Musicology Prospects, Proposals, and Realities. av Tim Crawford, Lorna audio resource sharing, and music recognition, this book highlights the breadth and inter-disciplinary nature of the subject matter and provides a valuable resource to technologists, musicologists, musicians and music educators.

It facilitates the. “Any performer tries to perform music as if for the first time, with all that energy and excitement that comes from discovering a new piece--maybe trying to recreate the memory of falling in love with a piece when hearing it first as a child--and just as people regularly say of a brilliant conductor that they seem to conduct as if recreating the energy an audience must have felt when the.

Musicology: Selected full-text books and articles The Canon and the Curricula: A Study of Musicology and Ethnomusicology Programs in America By E. Eugene Helm Pendragon Press, The word musicology literally means "the study of music," encompassing all aspects of music in all cultures and all historical periods.

In practice, musicology includes a wide variety of methods of studying music as a scholarly endeavor; although the study of music performance is an important facet of musicology, music performance itself is a different area of study.

This book is extremely helpful and a great reference for graduate studies. The book lists the concepts in alphabetical order and provides the background of the concept, the branches of musicology it informs, and key scholars both in and outside the field of musicology who have contributed to the development and understanding of the s: 7.

96 Modern Methods for Musicology subject of research these movements may contain large amounts of expressivity that can even override the acoustic information thus, they should be regarded as an integral part of a music performance. In order to capture performers’ movements, other monitoring techniques are required.

A Musicology of Performance provides a model for such a method by adopting Deleuzian concepts and various empirical and interdisciplinary provides a case study in the repertoire, while presenting new insights into the state of baroque performance practice at the turn of the twenty-first century.

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3 This Reference Style and Writing Guide is prepared for Musicologist Journal. The reference style of the journal is available in EndNote. If EndNote is installed on your. of musicology,1 the newest fledgeling amongst the sciences,2 namely, the Vierteljahrsschrift fur Musikwissenschaft [Musicology Quarterly].

The first issue opened with a paper written by Adler, defining the scope, method and aim of the new science. This proved to be a potent formative. Systematic musicology at the crossroads of modern music research. Systematic and Comparative Musicology: Concepts, Methods, Findings.

This book is about the power of music, that is, the. “ Historical method refers to the use of primary historical data to answer a question. Because the nature of the data depends on the question being asked, data may include demographic records, such as birth and death certificates; newspapers articles; letters and diaries; government records; or even architectural drawings.

Modern musicology, with its practical or phenomenological as well as its historical approach to the music of the past, may be said to have started about the middle of the 19th century, when such pioneers as Samuel Wesley and Felix Mendelssohn inaugurated a widespread interest in the performance of the music of earlier composers.

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 some music research is scientific in focus (psychological, sociological, acoustical, neurological, computational).

While the traditional subject of musicology has been the history and literature of Western art music, ethnomusicology was developed as the study of all music as a human social and cultural phenomenon. Oskar Kolberg is regarded as one of the earliest European ethnomusicologists as he first began collecting Polish folk songs in (Nettl33).).

Comparative musicology, the primary. Within Cognitive Musicology, the questions of musical information processing are studied by applying a vast range of theoretical, quantitative empirical methods, and com-puter modeling methods from the Cognitive Sciences.

More seldom, qualitative empirical methods have been introduced in research on music information processing. The qualita.Musicology primarily refers to the study of the Western musical canon. In contrast, ethnomusicology focuses instead on interpreting the musical genres, styles and performances of non-Western peoples.3 1-Technical Details The article should be written in Cambria, 12 pt and 1,5 line spacing and justified.

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