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News from the Department of
Folk Music Research and Ethnomusicology

 


RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
 

klanglese 11: Online-Publication Performing Sexual Identities.
  
  Nationalities on the Eurovision Stage
   
(Hrsg. Magdalena Fürnkranz and Ursula Hemetek)

 

► European Voices III
    The Instrumentation and Instrumentalization of Sound. Local Multipart Music Practices in Europe

    In commemoration of Gerlinde Haid

    Published by: Ardian Ahmedaja, 2017. Reihe: Schriften zur Volksmusik, Band 25, Wien: Böhlau.

 

► CD, Vol. 8, Tondokumente zur Volksmusik in Österreich
    „Treasures of Fieldwork on Music and Minorities – A Selection of Ursula Hemetek’s Field Recordings“

    Published by Rudolf Pietsch, Marko Kölbl und Hande Saglam
    Gewidmet Ursula Hemetek zum 60. Geburtstag. Auf der sind CD sind Tonaufnahmen aus Ursula Hemeteks
    Feldforschungsarchiv zu hören

 

Best of ISA Science 2013-2016.  An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays on Music an Art
    (Hollitzer, 2017)


isaScience 2017
► Report
► Report PhD-Day
►  Gallery isaScience 2017

 


OCTOBER

CINEMATOGRAPHIA MUSICAE POPULARIS

CIMPO 02 - Volksmusik im Film

ZAKARPATTIA
Place, identity, and traditionality among wedding

musicians in the borderlands of Transcarpathia, Ukraine

Autorenpräsentation mit Shaun Williams (Cincinnati/Bukarest) in englischer Sprache.

20. Oktober 2017 | 19.00
Neuer Konzertsaal | Rennweg 8, 1030  Wien

 

► Plakat

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOVEMBER

Lecture series on transculturality
WS 2017/18
Lectures - Artistic Contributions - Discussions

Dates: Wednesdays 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Fanny Hensel-hall, 3, Anton-v.-Webern-Platz 1

on 4. October, 8. November,
6. December 2017 + 10. January 2018

The events are open to the public with free admission.

 8 November 2017
 Composition and Ethnomusicology
Lecture: Thomas James Solomon; ethnomusicologist
Transculturality, Hybridity and Music: From Aesthetics to Politics
and Back Again
Artistic contribution: Johannes Kretz, composer und computer musician, with students of the Department of Composition, Electroacoustics and Tonmeister Education
Confusing Inspiration 2
Commentary and moderation: Nora Bammer (University of Vienna)
► more information

 

complete lecture schedule