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MUET lecture notes 2-3-10

MUET lecture notes 2-3-10 - Ethnomusicology, 11:59:00 (1955

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Ethnomusicology, Music-Culture and Performance Lecture Notes from 2-3-10 03/02/2010 11:59:00 Field of Ethnomusicology     Study of music in the context of human life- Jeff Toff Titon Society of Ethnomusicology- Bruno Nettl (1955)  Ethnomusicologists-      scholars whose modes of work are grounded in  detailed, qualitative, first-hand ethnographic research on music, music  making, and the role of music in human experience, especially as these  sometimes very phenomena related to broader historical, societal and cultural  patterns and processes.  Main Tenets of Ethnomusicology (Nettl)      Studying Music in its cultural context o Culture- way of life of a people, learned and transmitted form one  generation to the next Doing in-depth fieldwork Researching history and change Current trends o Multi-disciplinary o Self-reflexivity o Engagement and activism Music- Culture by: Jeff Todd Titon & Mark Slobin     Music- culture o Group of peoples total involvement with music
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