(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.
Musiques traditionnelles en Occident / Western Folk Music bibliography (within Modality Bibliography) has been updated and emended.
ZOTERO installation and user guide for NEMO-Online style sheet (bibliographic referencing) (CSL). Firefox must be installed on your computer : it is downloadable from http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/fx/, or at http://www.mozilla.com/products/download.html?product=firefox-5.0.1&os=win&lang=en-US (UK-US versions, and more recent at www.mozilla.org ZOTERA can be downloaded from (http://www.zotero.org/ – latest version: http://www.zotero.org/support/2.1_changelog) ; standalone alpha version from (http://www.zotero.org/support/standalone) acceptable for NEMO. If you have both versions, you can use them alternatively or separately. Install ZOTERO (for use with Firefox) or zotero standalone (for use as a standalone program): Tutorial from http://www.zotero.org/support/start. Using ZOTERO with the NEMO-Online CSL (based on the “Chicago author_date” style), download the NEMO-Online CSL and follow the [more…]
The Modality Bibliography has been enriched with references on Jazz Modality – We are working on extending these references in view of a further discussion about “lazy” and “studious” modal jazz, within the frame of a larger discussion on modality, which shall soon be published on NEMO’s site…
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 https://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”).