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  • 1. ANTH398D - Ethnomusicology Meeting 5 – Conservative October 2, 2007
  • 2. Presentations
    • Past
      • David Huron
      • Journée d’études québécoises en musique
    • Future
      • Pop & Policy
      • Éthique, droit et musique (Oct. 18-21, register by Oct. 5)
  • 3. Kingsbury Themes
    • Critical Thinking
    • Making Links
    • List, switch, then back
  • 4. Ethnomusicology as Discipline Musical Ethnography
  • 5. Ethnographic disciplines
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Linguistic Anthropology
    • Folkloristics
    • Ethnomusicology
    • Ethnohistory
  • 6. Musical Ethnography
    • Defining ethnomusicology through ethnography
    • “ Classic" ethnomusicology
    • Clear academic Other (musicologists)
    • Fieldwork on Music
  • 7. Differences with Cultural Anthropology?
    • Play together
    • Reciprocity through music
    • Recordings
    • Transcription
    • Defending armchair?
  • 8. Disciplinary Differences
    • Relationship to psychology, folkloristics
    • Non-academic researchers
    • SEM/ICTM (vs. AAA)
    • Technology and material culture (including instruments)
    • Less on current social issues
    • Moving on with inequalities
  • 9. Participation and Performance
    • Mantle Hood
    • Bi-musicality
    • Aesthetics
    • Dialogue
    • Competence
  • 10. Defining Ethnomusicology
    • Historical parallels with anthro
    • Traditional, oral, ethnic
  • 11. How Become Ethno?
    • Musician
      • Frustrated or not
    • Discovered other music
    • Exposure to Culture
    • Learn about anthropology
    • Bi-musicality
    • Inclusive (women, non-US, practitioners)
  • 12. Credo
    • Holism (Total musical systems)
    • Music in a culture
    • Fieldwork
    • All musics
  • 13. Changes Credo
    • Holism as backdrop
    • Studies on specific issues
    • Cultures not bound
    • Return non-fieldwork?
    • Include any music
  • 14. World Music
    • Creation of Otherness
    • West/Non-West
    • Broad View of Music
    • Music itself
    • Music and/as/in culture
  • 15. “ World Music”
    • Music industry
    • Appropriation
    • Empress of Russia
  • 16. Kingsbury
    • First year, Kingsbury for Music People
    • Ethnography of WAM people
      • Methodology
      • “ Boundable entities”
      • Impostor Syndrome
    • Career
      • Ethnomusicology?
  • 17. Issues
    • Peace
      • Musical activism
      • Barenboim-Said West-Eastern Divan Workshop and Orchestra
    • Anecdote on “music“
  • 18. Fieldwork
    • “ We're the savages, now?”
    • “ I don't want to be studied”
    • Observing Rehearsals
    • Verbalizing music (TAMILDAA)
  • 19. Conservatories
    • Music school as village in itself
    • “ Tribe”
    • Personal relationships
    • Community, communitas
    • Hierarchies
    • Insider/outsider
    • “ Get with the program”
  • 20. Talent
    • Technique vs. musicality
    • "Innate/gift“
    • Expertise
    • Not cognitive ability ( Philip Ross in SciAm, other references)
    • Practise
    • Objective evaluation
  • 21. Learning
    • Notation
    • Repertoire
    • Playing
    • Oral transmission
    • Music school
    • Samba school
  • 22. WAM
    • Pure music
      • Music itself
      • Intra-musical (Buffoons)
    • Sophistication
    • Social class
    • Music training
    • Music appreciation
    • Qc WAM on TQc
    • Job as musician
  • 23. Music Specialists
    • Religious parallels
    • Time spent
    • Status
    • Music-thinking
    • Creativity
    • Individualism
  • 24. Musicking
    • Participation
    • Dilettante, Amateur
    • Garage Band
    • Musical instruments
    • Player piano
    • Electric guitar sales
    • Sandbox
      • Playfulness
      • Freedom
  • 25. Euro-American Conceptions of Musicians
    • Hedonism
    • Money
    • Purity
    • Specialisation
    • Performance
  • 26. Stereotypical portrait of WAM musician
    • Pro
    • Geek
    • Nerd
    • Brainy
    • Bourgeois
    • Reactionary
    • Effeminate
    • Asexual
    • Technically proficient
    • Can generate emotions
  • 27. Rockstar
    • Heavily sexualized
    • Anti-intellectual
    • Emotional
    • Virile
    • Rebel
    • Working class
    • Deviant
  • 28. Other Actors
    • Promoters
    • Venue owners
    • Managers
    • VJs
    • Music critics
  • 29. Playlist
    • Ste No. 1- I: Prelude (BVW 1007), J.S. Bach Mstislav Rostropovich
    • Sequenza III (per voce solo) (Luciano Berio), Cathy Berberian
    • 1ère Gnossienne, Erik Satie, Daniel Varsano
    • Sonatine bureaucratique, Erik Satie, Daniel Varsano
    • My Bonny Lass She Smelleth, PDQ Bach
    • The Planets: Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity, Gustav Holst
    • Contrapunctus 9, Canadian Brass
    • Contrapunctus 9, Saxophne Quartet
    • Concertino da camera - Allegro con molto, John Harle & Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Marriner
    • Quatuor- IV. Variation II, Quatuor Alexandre
    • Saxoctet : 3e mvt, José Évangélista
    • Manu militari, Louis Dufort
    • The Unknown Pedestrian, Alexandre Burton