klanglese 11
Performing Sexual Identities Nationalities on the Eurovision Stage
Dieser 11. Band der Reihe klanglese ist aus dem interdisziplinären Symposion Performing Sexual Identities. Nationalities on the Eurovision Stage am 7. März 2016 an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien entstanden. Der Eurovision Song Contest stellt eine interessante Querschnittsmaterie für verschiedene wissenschaftliche Zugänge dar. Der Sammelband beschäftigte sich mit den Aspekten Nationalität und sexuelle Identität auf der Bühne des Eurovision Song Contests seit seiner ersten Ausstrahlung im Jahr 1956.
 

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

 


 

European Voices III

The Instrumentation and Instrumentalization of Sound.
Local Multipart Music Practices in Europe
In commemoration of Gerlinde Haid
Ardian Ahmedaja (Ed.)
Reihe: Schriften zur Volksmusik, Band 25
ISBN 978-3-205-20513-5,
Preis: € 70.00, Lieferbar

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Sieben Blätter und ein Stein

Das Märchen von Märchen

Wei-Ya Lin, Jessica Huijnen (Eds.)
ISBN: 978-3-99028-700-2

23 x 25 cm, 82 S., zahlr. Ill., Notenbeisp. + 2 CDs

€ 24,00

Leseprobe
The book is available at the price of  € 24,00 zu beziehen:
Institut für Volkmusikforschung und Ethnomusikologie
an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Anton von Webern-Platz 1 (Ungargasse 14), 1030 Wien
Tel: 71155-4201
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e-mail: ive-versand@mdw.ac.at

 


Tondokumente zur Volksmusik in Österreich

Vol. 8 / Wien, 2016
„Treasures of Fieldwork on Music and Minorities –
A Selection of Ursula Hemetek’s Field Recordings“
Rudolf Pietsch, Marko Kölbl und Hande Saglam (Eds.)
with sound recordings from Ursula Hemeteks field research archive
The CD is available at the price of € 25,00:
Institute of Folk Music Research and Ethnosmusicology
at the Universtity of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Anton von Webern-Platz 1 (Ungargasse 14), 1030 Vienna
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Tondokumente zur Volksmusik in Österreich
Vol. 6&7 / Wien 1&2
Rudolf Pietsch (Ed.)
Wien, 2015
The CD is available at the price of € 39,00:
Institute of Folk Music Research and Ethnosmusicology
at the Universtity of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Anton von Webern-Platz 1 (Ungargasse 14), 1030 Vienna
Tel: 71155-4201
Fax: 71155-4299
e-mail: ive-versand@mdw.ac.at

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klanglese 10
Ursula Hemetek, Marko Kölbl, Daniela Mayrlechner, Hande Sağlam (Eds.)

Traditionelle Musik: Überliefern – Verhandeln - Vermitteln
The book is available at the price of € 20:
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at the Universtity of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Anton von Webern-Platz 1 (Ungargasse 14), 1030 Vienna
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Fax: 71155-4299
e-mail: ive-versand@mdw.ac.at

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klanglese 9
Lisl Waltner (author)
Eine Wiener Knopfharmonika entsteht
Unter Mitarbeit von Walter Deutsch und Karl Macourek
The book is available at the price of € 15:
Institute of Folk Music Research and Ethnosmusicology
at the Universtity of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
Anton von Webern-Platz 1 (Ungargasse 14), 1030 Vienna
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e-mail: ive-versand@mdw.ac.at

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Music and Minorities from Around the World

Research, Documentation and Interdisciplinary Study

Editors: Ursula Hemetek, Essica Marks, Adelaida Reyes

Hardback, 218 pages, 43 images and music examples

ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-6620-0
ISBN-10: 1-4438-6620-2
Date of Publication: 01/11/2014
Price: £47.99
Cambridge Scholars Publishing

http://www.cambridgescholars.com/music-and-minorities-from-around-the-world

The acceleration of mobility among the world’s peoples, the growth of populations resettling in places other than their homelands, and world events that have propelled these developments have brought minorities unprecedented attention. Their significance as subjects for study has grown correspondingly and the study of their music has become an important gateway into understanding the culture of minorities.

The Study Group for Music and Minorities, part of the International Council for Traditional Music, has seen a steady increase in membership since its inception in 1998 —evidence of the growing interest in minorities worldwide. The Group meets every two years in different parts of the world and every meeting has resulted in a published volume of papers presented at the meeting. As has been the case in previous volumes where the interests of the host country are well represented, the current volume attends to Jewish themes, the meeting from which the volume derives having taken place in Israel. Geographically, the book’s subjects and authors come from four continents, emphasizing the global scope of music and minorities. The methodological approaches range from musical analysis in the educational context to the cultural studies approach. In both subject matter and perspective, therefore, this book represents the broad range of modern ethnomusicology today.
 
Ursula Hemetek is Associate Professor and head of the Department of Folk Music Research and Ethnomusicology at the University of Music and the Performing Arts Vienna; main focus of research: music of minorities in Austria. Numerous books and articles in the field of ethnomusicology and music and minorities (focus on Roma, Burgenland Croats and recent immigrant groups). Chair person of the ICTM Study Group “Music and Minorities”.
 
Essica Marks is head of the Music Department of Zefat Academic College as well as of the Zefat Research Institute of Cultures and Communities in the Galilee. She also is a Fellow Researcher in the Jewish Music Research Center of the Hebrew University Israel. Her research interests include the liturgical and paraliturgical music of the Sephardi and Eastern Jews, and Arab music.
 
Adelaida Reyes
is professor emerita at New Jersey City University. She has taught at Columbia University, New York University, and the Juilliard School of Music. She is the author of Songs of the Caged, Songs of the Free. Music and the Vietnamese Refugee Experience which won the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (US Chapter) Book of the Year award in 2000, Music in America (Oxford University Press), and numerous articles. 
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