Dec 022020
 

NEMO-Online Vol. 5 Nos. 8&9 is now available for downloading and as hardcover (links below) / Le Vol. 5 nos 8&9 de NEMO-Online est disponible pour téléchargement et en version cartonnée imprimée (liens ci-dessous). All pdf articles in theses volumes are available individually at http://nemo-online.org/articles and bookmarked for titles, subtitles and figures / tous les articles au format pdf de ces volumes sont téléchargeables individuellement à http://nemo-online.org/articles et contiennent des marque-pages correspondant aux titres, sous-titres et figures. NEMO-Online Vol. 5 Editor’s letter / Éditorial / كلمة الناشرين p. i-xii NEMO-Online No. 8 (Vol. 5) Amine Beyhom: “The Lost Art of [more…]

Nov 052020
 

English [French version below] (Note: the link to the article is for the updated 2020/11/08 version) NEMO-Online is delighted to announce the publication of Ozan Yarman’s new article entitled: “Search for an Optimal Tonal-System for an Authentic Turkish Soundscape: Weighing several theoretical models on ‎Makam music against pitch-histograms”. This article has been written in the best spirit of quantitative statistical works on the maqām, it borrows from the results of a previous paper written in collaboration by the author in 2009 in order to achieve better readings about temperament – notably for the instrument qānūn – so as to reproduce [more…]

May 172015
 

English NEMO-Online No. 4 : Call for papers Research groups CERMAA, ICONEA and IReMus are seeking papers for the third issue of NEMO. The theme will be about ‘Instrumental facture from its sources in the Ancient Near East to modern times.’ All aspects of Organology will be considered such as: Prehistory: Instrument making in pre-history as an unconscious cognitive phenomenon Distinction between implement and instrument Sensorial analogy in the conceptualisation of musical instruments History: Instruments and totemism Instruments and worship Instruments as urban and commercial tools Earliest evidence of musical facture Organological evidence: material, glues and their making, hides, strings, [more…]

May 132015
 

(English) We are very pleased to announce that Ralf Martin Jäger, Professor in ethnomusicology and History of European music in the Institut für Musikwissenschaft und Musikpaedagogik of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität – Münster, has joined the Academic Board of NEMO-Online. Ralf Jäger is a renowned musicologist with numerous publications in the fields of Turkish music and music of Eastern-Asia. His competence is a welcome complement to the Academic Board of NEMO-Online, and an extension towards German musicology. We warmly welcome him among us. (French) Nous avons le très grand plaisir d’annoncer que Ralf Martin Jäger, Professeur d’ethnomusicologie d’Histoire de la musique [more…]

Mar 192015
 

English NEMO-Online No. 4 : Call for papers Research groups CERMAA, ICONEA and IReMus are seeking papers for the third issue of NEMO. The theme will be about ‘Instrumental facture from its sources in the Ancient Near East to modern times.’ All aspects of Organology will be considered such as: Prehistory: Instrument making in pre-history as an unconscious cognitive phenomenon Distinction between implement and instrument Sensorial analogy in the conceptualisation of musical instruments History: Instruments and totemism Instruments and worship Instruments as urban and commercial tools Earliest evidence of musical facture Organological evidence: material, glues and their making, hides, strings, woods, [more…]

Nov 292014
 

Français Le Volume 1 (N° 1) de NEMO-Online est désormais accessible librement en téléchargement à cette adresse: http://nemo-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NEMO-Vol.-1-N°1-130929-V.-1.01-LR.pdf.   English NEMO-Online, Volume 1 is now available for free dowloading at: http://nemo-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NEMO-Vol.-1-N°1-130929-V.-1.01-LR.pdf.

Jun 022014
 

English Click on this link to go to the payment page for NEMO No. 1 (Vol. 1) at the price of £20.00 for the whole volume (in pdf format). Table of contents: Erik MARCHAND : “Une musique modale de tradition populaire en Occident – Tribune”, NEMO-Online 1 1 |2012-11| p. 5–10. François PICARD : “Back to modality. Musical Modes Revisited”, NEMO-Online 1 1 |2012-11| p. 11–18. Markos SKOULIOS : “Modern theory and notation of Byzantine chanting tradition – A Near Eastern musicological perspective”, NEMO-Online 1 1 |2012-11| p. 19–38. Jacob OLLEY : “Modal diversity in early Ottoman music – The case of makâm Sabâ”, NEMO-Online 1 1 [more…]

Jun 092013
 

(English) We are very pleased to announce that Cem Behar, Professor at the İstanbul Sehir Üniversitesi, has joined the Academic Board of NEMO-Online. Cem Behar has published many books and articles about Ottoman music of which he is a recognised scholar. His competence will be an asset to the scientific Board of NEMO-Online. We warmly welcome him among us. (French) Nous avons le très grand plaisir d’annoncer que Cem Behar, Professeur à la İstanbul Sehir Üniversitesi, a rejoint le Comité de rédaction de NEMO-Online. Cem Behar a publié de nombreux livres et articles traitant de la musique ottomane et en [more…]