Mar 212021
 

English NEMO-Online is delighted to announce the publication of Amine Beyhom’s new article entitled: “Further Analyses from the VIAMAP”. 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 explanatory videos. [With this article and analyses, the author] has opened a completely novel way of scientific enquiry in musicology. Wim van der Meer Amine Beyhom: “Further Analyses from the VIAMAP,” Near Eastern Musicology Online 6 10 |2021-11(04)| p. 5–36. Additional material: Video Analysis no. 1 (YouTube publication) of a taqsīm (improvisation) by Kudsi Erguner [more…]

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 302019
 

English [French translation below] NEMO-Online is delighted to propose Amine Beyhom’s sequel to the dossier “MAT for the VIAMAP” which was published by NEMO-Online in November 2018. The post includes four video analyses of maqām music. The first part of the dossier combines three previously published analyses which cover different aspects of maqām, and follow an order of growing complexity of the analysis which does not interfere with its performance. The first ever 3D video analysis (A Huseynî Taksim performed by Neyzen Tevfik) undertaken by the research center of the author is included. While the analyses in Part I of the dossier reveal [more…]

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 [more…]