Digital Ethnomusicology

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Patrick Egan

Patrick Egan

Ethnomusicologist, musician, digital humanist and web developer, currently an early career researcher at University College Cork. PhD in Digital Humanities with Ethnomusicology. Current research interests include; classification and classificatory thinking.
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
From the British Library website:   When: Fri 21 Mar 2014, 10.00-18.00 Where: Conference Centre, British Library Price: Free, booking essential   A one-day seminar addressing issues in contemporary archiving for record labels, archives, institutions and individuals. Beginning with a presentation of the British Library’s perspec...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
A grand old tune, but I haven't been able to track down any song versions just yet. Reg Hall Archive https://www.cranfordpub.com/langan/banks_of_suir.htm      
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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Have a look at this really cool family of websites that are being further developed over in Florida - the idea here is to take research and to get the public to participate. These guys are building up vast classified collections of material by collaborating research and writing digital descriptions and descriptions.. what a great way to do the outr...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
From a recent article in the British Forum for Ethnomusicology journal: "The Kisêdjê may be changing their minds on how they present themselves, and this may be partly because of the way they are using video production to represent themselves and their ideas".  Find out more about the Suya people here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suy%C3%A...

Mehfil Tube

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This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Another massive resource of music and music education online, as discussed in Shadows in the Field : New Perspectives for Fieldwork in Ethnomusicology: https://mehfiltube-qawwali-hub.magnify.net/video/Nazir-Ejaz-Faridi-Qawwali-Kadi;recent        ...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
From Katia Chornik via BFE mailing list FINAL REMINDER: Conference 'Musical and Other Cultural Responses to Political Violence in Latin America' on 6 December at the University of Manchester. For programme, abstracts and registration, please visit: https://events.manchester.ac.uk/event/event:u1o-hivmeuor-nsutyj/musical-and-other-cultural-response...

Musical World Map

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https://www.musicalworldmap.org/map Very interesting project here, moving the borders through music...
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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Hi,  I'm looking to carry out some digital experiments with any available corpus of interviews of musicians. Does anyone know off-hand where I might be able to find an online resource that would contain transcriptions of interviews?  I'd imagine that it's a fairly sensitive thing to publish, but i'm sure if there are interviews in audio...

The Loyal Atlantic

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This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
An interesting topic presented as "The Loyal Atlantic" at the one day conference in Cardiff - Music around the Atlantic Rim   This is an interesting example of musical representation and the black/green atlantic brought up in a media-rich presentation by Gordon Ramsey. Also says a lot about internet communities... More information on the...