(French) Frédéric Billiet et François Picard, professeurs de musicologie à l’Université de Paris Sorbonne, rejoignent le Comité de rédaction de Nemo-Online : leurs compétences viennent compléter celle des autres membres en apportant des expertises sur, notamment, la musique ancienne et en ethnomusicologie analytique. Frédéric Billiet est le directeur de l’UFR (Unité de Formation et de Recherches) de Musique et Musicologie de l’Université Paris Sorbonne, et François Picard est le directeur de l’équipe de recherche Patrimoines et Langages Musicaux (PLM) au sein de l’université. Nous leur souhaitons la bienvenue. (English) We are delighted to welcome two new members in the [more…]
(English) A new bibliography for “Microtonal” Music and “Microtones” has been added today as a complement to the “Temperament and Tuning” Bibliography previously published on NEMO-Online. Western musicology classifies intervals smaller than half of a tone as microtones. Other cultures differ. This is a comprehensive bibliography of Western works on Western music. Some references to Japanese music, due to its close relation to contemporary Western Music are included. Please refer to Huygens-Fokker’s Tuning and Temperament extensive bibliography. (French) Une nouvelle bibliographie sur les “microtons” et la musique “microtonale”, complémentaire de celle sur le tempérament et l’accordage publiée il y [more…]
(French) Dans le cadre de la bibliographie du maqām, une nouvelle bibliographie pour la Turquie a été ajoutée, sous l’onglet “Bibliography > Modality > Maqam > Turquie / Turkey”. (English) A new bibliography on Modality has been added under the following: “Bibliography > Modality > Maqam > Turquie / Turkey”, in respect of the Turkish repertoire and music.
The bibliography for Iran and Persia is proposed as from to day on a separate page, under “Bibliography > Modality > Maqām > Iran and Persia”.
An addendum to the Bibliography for Ancient Greece and Rome is available on the “Antiquity” page (“Bibliography > Modality > Antiquity“), and comprises over 180 entries for modern commentaries. This completes the previous bibliography (on the same page) for the sources of the music of the Antiquity.
A new bibliography, Sources of Greek and Roman Modality, has been added today: the bibliography for the modern commentaries will soon be available on our site.
New specialised bibliographies are available on CERMAA’s site: the first bibliography published to date is the `Ūd Bibliography, to be found under “Bibliography > `Ūd Bibliography”. It comprises a reasoned choice of references on the `Ūd, to be further enriched with time. The second bibliography specialises in the Systematist period.
The Modality Bibliography for India has been expanded. Please see http://nemo-online.org/bibliography/modality-bibliography/india for more details.
German Language references have been added to the Bibliography for the Byzantine Chant (“Bibliography > Modality”).
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