Oct 182012
 
NEMO-Cover Vol1 N1

English

NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1 is available

The editorial Board of NEMO-Online is delighted to inform you that the first issue,  Vol. 1 No. 1 (November 2012) is now available. It includes contributions of François Picard (France), Erik Marchand (France), Jacob Olley (Great Britain), Rosy Azar Beyhom (Lebanon), Markos Skoulios (Greece), Richard Dumbrill (Great Britain) et Amine Beyhom (Lebanon ; France).
The editorial and the summary page are available online. The hard copy (Price = 40 €) will be distributed by Geuthner, France and downloadable from December 2013.

Français

Sortie de NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1

La rédaction de NEMO-Online a l’immense plaisir d’annoncer la sortie du Volume 1, Numéro 1 de NEMO (Novembre 2012) avec des contributions de François Picard (France), Erik Marchand (France), Jacob Olley (Grande-Bretagne), Rosy Azar Beyhom (Liban), Markos Skoulios (Grèce), Richard Dumbrill (Grande-Bretagne) et Amine Beyhom (Liban ; France).

L’Éditorial et le Sommaire sont accessibles en ligne. La version imprimée (Prix = 40 €) est distribuée par Geuthner ; la version pdf (payante) sera mise en ligne à partir de décembre 2013.

(shortlink=http://nemo-online.org/?p=1009)

Oct 182012
 

English

NEMO-Online No 2 : Contribution theme.

Research groups CERMAA, ICONEA and PLM have the pleasure of calling for papers for the second issue of NEMO on the theme of ‘Modality in all its forms’. All papers welcome including Occidental forms of modality and should respect editorial terms and conditions.
Papers to be sent to Richard Dumbrill (rdumbrill[[[]]]nemo-online.org) and Amine Beyhom (abeyhom[[[]]]nemo-online.org).

Français

Thème de NEMO-Online N° 2

Les centres et groupes de recherches CERMAA, ICONEA et PLM ont le plaisir d’annoncer que le deuxième numéro de NEMO sera consacré à “La modalité dans tous ses états” et acceptera les articles concernant tous les aspects de la modalité, y compris dans toutes ses déclinaisons occidentales, sous réserves de conformité aux normes de la revue et de suivi du protocole d’édition.

Les articles doivent être envoyés à Richard Dumbrill (rdumbrill[[[]]]nemo-online.org) et Amine Beyhom (abeyhom[[[]]]nemo-online.org).

 

(shortlink=http://nemo-online.org/?p=1073)

Jul 122012
 

(English)

We are very pleased to announce that Scott Marcus, Professor of North Indian and Middle Eastern music and performance practice, Arab music theory, North Indian folk music (tuning and temperament) has joined the Academic Board of NEMO-Online.

Scott Marcus is the Founder and Director of the UCSB Middle East Ensemble and the Music of India (sitar) Ensemble. He is a member of UCSB’s Center for Middle East Studies and past Board member of the Society for Ethnomusicology and the Society for Asian Music.

He brings specific capabilities which complement those of the actual members, especially in Indian music theory and practice.

Last but not least: his thesis Arab music theory in the modern period (Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Maqam), defended in 1989, is a cornerstone or the musicology of Arabian music, and he has also published Music in Egypt (Oxford University Press, 2007) and is the co-editor of the Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 6, The Middle East, 2002.

 

(French)

Nous avons le très grand plaisir d’annoncer que Scott Marcus, Professeur d’ethnomusicologie spécialisé en musiques du Proche-Orient et de l’Inde à l’UCSB (University of California Santa Barbera) a rejoint le Comité de rédaction de NEMO-Online.

Scott Marcus est le fondateur et le directeur du UCSB Middle East Ensemble et du Music of India (sitar) Ensemble. Il est membre de l’UCSB Center for Middle East Studies, ex-membre du Comité de directionr de la Society for Ethnomusicology et de la Society for Asian Music.

Ses compétences reconnues en musiques arabe et, notamment, indienne viennent s’ajouter à celles des autres membres du Comité de rédaction de NEMO-Online, d’autant plus qu’il est l’auteur de Arab music theory in the modern period (Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Maqam), thèse défendue en 1989 et devenue très rapidement la pierre de fondation de la musicologie de la musique arabe moderne. Il a également publié Music in Egypt (Oxford University Press, 2007) et a co-édité la Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 6, The Middle East, 2002.

 

Jan 122012
 

Music Archaeology by Ricardo Eichmann

A selection of the writings of Ricardo Eichmann, comprising his references to his books and articles on Music Archaeology, has been published to day.

Dec 182011
 

(French)

Nous souhaitons la bienvenue à Ricardo Eichmann (http://www.dainst.org/en/profile/ricardo-eichmann?ft=all), premier directeur de l’Orient-Abteilung du Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (http://www.dainst.org/en/department/orient?ft=all), qui rentre au Comité de Rédaction de NEMO-Online.

L’Orient-Abteilung abrite, avec le Department for Ethnomusicology at the Ethnological Museum Berlin (Ethnological Museum Berlin, SMB SPK, Abteilung Musikethnologie, Medien-Technik und Berliner Phonogramm-Archiv), l’International Study Group on Music Archaelogy (http://www.musicarchaeology.org/).

(English)

We welcome Ricardo Eichmann to the Editorial Board of NEMO.
Ricardo Eichmann conducts the Orient-Abteilung of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (http://www.dainst.org/en/department/orient?ft=all).

The Orient-Abteilung along with the Department for Ethnomusicology at the Ethnological Museum Berlin (Ethnological Museum Berlin, SMB SPK, Abteilung Musikethnologie, Medien-Technik und Berliner Phonogramm-Archiv), host the International Study Group on Music Archaelogy (http://www.musicarchaeology.org/).

Aug 072011
 

NEMO-Online : Transliteration of Arabic language into Latin languages

C o n s o n a n t s

Isolated

Initial

Medial

Final

Latin

ا

ا

Ā – ā

ء

ٔ

ٕ

ʾ

ب

بـ

ـبـ

ـب

b

ت

تـ

ـتـ

ـت

t

ث

ثـ

ـثـ

ـث

th

ج

جـ

ـجـ

ـج

j

ح

حـ

ـحـ

ـح

Ḥ – ḥ

خ

خـ

ـخـ

ـخ

Kh

د

ـد

d

ذ

ـذ

dh

ر

ـر

r

ز

ـز

z

س

سـ

ـسـ

ـس

s

ش

شـ

ـشـ

ـش

sh

ص

صـ

ـصـ

ـص

Ṣ – ṣ

ض

ضـ

ـضـ

ـض

Ḍ – ḍ

ط

طـ

ـطـ

ـط

Ṭ – ṭ

ظ

ظـ

ـظـ

ـظ

Ẓ – ẓ

ع

عـ

ـعـ

ـع

͑

غ

غـ

ـغـ

ـغ

gh

ف

فـ

ـفـ

ـف

f

ق

قـ

ـقـ

ـق

q

ك

كـ

ـكـ

ـك

k

ل

لـ

ـلـ

ـل

l

م

مـ

ـمـ

ـم

m

ن

نـ

ـنـ

ـن

n

ه

هـ

ـهـ

ـه

h

ة[1]

ـة

a, at

و

و

w

ي

يـ

ـيـ

ـي

y

ى

ـى

ā

لا

ـلا

ال

al-

 

 

Vowels and diphthongs

Isolated

Medial

Final

Latin

آ[2]

آ

ā

َ

a

ُ

u

ِ

i

َا

َا

ā

ٰ

ā

َى

ā

َىٰ

ā

ُو

ُو

ū

ِي

ِـيـ

ī

ًا

ً

an

ًى

an

ٌ

un

ٍ

in

َوْ

َوْ

aw

َيْ

َـيـْ

ay

ُو

uw – ū

ِيّ

iyy – ī [3]

Other signs and additional characters

Isolated

Latin

ْ

Sukūn

ّ

Shadda

Double

ٱ

Hamzat al-waṣl

ʾ

Initial

Medial

Final

پ

پـ

ـپـ

ـپ

p

چ

چـ

ـچـ

ـچ

č

ژ

ژ

ž

ڤ

ڤـ

ـڤـ

ـڤ

v

ڥ

ڥـ

ـڥـ

ـڥ

v

ڧ

فـ

ـفـ

ـف

q

ڢ

ڢـ

ـڢـ

ـڢ

f

گ

كـ

ـكـ

ـﮏ

g

ڭ

ـﯖـ

ـﯔ

g

ۋ

ۋ

v

P u n c t a t i o n

،

,

؛

;

؟

?

N u m b e r s

٠

0

١

1

٢

2

٣

3

٤

4

٥

5

٦

6

٧

7

٨

8

٩

9

Notes

  • Hyphen is used to separate grammatically differing elements within single units of Arabic script, notably the noun from the article and/or from the particles wa-, fa-, ta-, bi-, li-, ka-, la-, sa- and a-.
  • The definite article is assimilated with the following “sun” letter (ت، ث، د، ذ، ر، ز، س، ش، ص، ض، ط، ظ، ل، ن).
  • Shadda(t) or tashdīd is romanized by doubling the consonant.

[1] Tāʾ marbūṭa

[2] Madda

[3] ī for last letter of nouns such as `Alī, al-Urmawī, etc., and a double y for the rest (for example : al-kitāb al-`arabiyy).