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.
We are delighted at NEMO-Online and CERMAA to announce that Amine Beyhom, Chief Editor of NEMO-Online and Director of the CERMAA, was awarded the 2022 Frances Densmore Prize by the American Musical Instrument Society for his 2020 Dossier on the ʿūd in NEMO-Online. The award announcement stands: The Frances Densmore Prize is awarded annually for the best article-length publication in English that furthers the goals of the Society. The 2022 Densmore Prize is awarded to Amine Beyhom for his article “Was the Early Arabian ‘Ūd ‘Fretted’?” published in Near-Eastern Musicology Online 5, no. 9 (November 2020). “Was the Early Arabian [more…]
English NEMO-Online is delighted to announce the publication of issue No. 10, with three articles by Amine Beyhom (English), Jean During (English) and Hanene Gharbi (حنان الغربي – Arabic). Amine Beyhom: “Further Analyses from the VIAMAP,” Near Eastern Musicology Online 6 10 |2021-11| p. 5–36. The article is a sequel to two already published articles, “MAT for the VIAMAP” and “The Lost Art of Maqām”, with 4 new video analyses and two explicative videos. “[With this article and analyses, the author has] opened a completely novel way of scientific enquiry in musicology.” Wim van der Meer Additional material: Video Analysis no. [more…]
In Memoriam Katy Romanou NEMO-Online would like to inform potential authors for the NEMO-Online Special Issue “In Memoriam Katy Romanou” (below) that the deadline for submitting propositions of texts is extended till the end of March 2021. / NEMO-Online souhaite informer les auteurs potentiels d’hommages et d’articles pour le numéro spécial “In Memoriam Katy Romanou” (description en fin d’annonce) que la date limite de proposition de textes est étendue jusqu’à fin Mars 2021. The Editors / Les éditeurs English Katy Romanou (Kaitē Rōmanou) was born in 1939, Athens and died in May 2020. She studied at Indiana University where she [more…]