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Ethomusicology Publications

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A collection books which have been recently sent over to us from the Combined Academic Publishers. Certainly a wide variety of topics covered! A Feminist EthnomusicologyWritings on Music and GenderEllen KoskoffForeword by Suzanne Cusick   "One of the clearest overviews of the history of feminist and gender studies—in general and in t...
Found this website while searching for fieldwork online. their website: "There’s music to be heard all over the world, and what you hear can give you many clues about life and culture in the place where you hear them. Here are some musical field recordings collected around the world." Ce...
Posted by on in Ethnomusicology Enquiries
Finally my book on Doolin, Co Clare is in production. Much of the book is dedicated to the traditional music, song and dance  of the area. There is also a chapter on the storytelling tradition in the Irish language. I will post extracts here when it's due to be published.  
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  • Patrick Egan
    Patrick Egan says #
    A flavour of some of Eddie's other writings can be found in the fieldwork section of this site: "Irish Traditional Music: thought
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Dear members of Outreach Ethnomusicology,  I would like to invite you to participate in an online questionnaire on 'music vitality and endangerment'. The questionnaire asks your perspectives on the level of strength and viability of a music genre of your choice.​ It can be accessed here:

Icelandic Music

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I am an orchestra teacher in Ithaca, NY and a professional violinist. I have a particular interest in Icelandic music and culture. I am working on a trip there in late March to study Icelandic music. Does anyone have an idea of how to narrow my research? I though about looking at gender equity in the Icelandic music scene.
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  • Patrick Egan
    Patrick Egan says #
    Also, from the same post on Facebook: Faulkner, R. 2013, Icelandic Men and Me: Sagas of Singing, Self and Everyday Life, Ashgate
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    Patrick Egan says #
    Hi Aaron, We have had some success! A reply from one Thomas Hilder notes as follows: "I would recommend consulting literature by
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<?php echo "Hello World"; ?> This is a short series of blogs designed to introduce myself and to circulate some ideas that I have been formulating about ethnomusicology and digital practices. My story has been one of exploration, I have been weaving theory together between the IT world and ethnomusicology since the early 2000s....