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Studia Instrumentorum Musicae Popularis III (inkl.DVD)

Autor: Gisa Jähnichen

ISBN: 978-3-96163-073-8

Seitenzahl: 448

Erscheinungsdatum: 10.10.2013

 

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The third volume in the new series of STUDIA INSTRUMENTORUM MUSICAE POPULARIS is dedicated to the themes ‘Wind Instruments in Regional Cultures’ and ‘Social Significance of Instrumental Music Practice’. Both themes were widely discussed during the 19th Meeting of the ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments in Bamberg, Germany, held in March 2013 and locally organized by Marianne Bröcker, who passed away in August of the same year. The first topic deals with ‘Wind Instruments in Regional Cultures’, whereby special emphasis was given to reed instruments due to the outstanding venue of the symposium in the Concert Hall of “Schwenk and Seggelke Werkstätte für innovativen Klarinettenbau” [Schwenk and Seggelke workshop for innovative clarinet construction]. This topic comprises the history of regional standards as for example in the papers of Christopher Meinel, Rinko Fujita, Gisa Jähnichen, Lolita Surmanidze, Rewadee Ungpho, Katrin Lengwinat, or Jürgen Elsner. Papers focusing mainly on regional ensembles and their social functions were contributed by Ali Fuat Aydin, Rüta Zarskiene, as well as one panel by Miroslava Lukic-Krstanovic, Danka Lajic-Mihajlovic and Mirjana Zakic. Marianne Bröcker contributed the very last paper of her life discussing the first topic ‘Wind Instruments in Regional Cultures’. Cross-disciplinary papers on wind instruments are provided by Chinthaka Prageeth Meddegoda, Irina Popova, Rastko Jakovljevic, Juan Javier Rivera Andia, and Otgonbayar Chuluunbaatar. The topic ‘Social Significance of Instrumental Music Practice’ explores musicians and teachers of instrumental music and their social status within their communities, general status issues and politics on the instrumental music market and other status dichotomies. Contributions come from Nana Zeh, Susana Moreno, Vida Palubinskiene, Marko Aho, Gaila Kirdiene, Jasmina Talam, Nino Makharadze, and Manfred Bartmann. Additionally Madeleine Modin gives an overview on her research of Ernst Emsheimer’s Extensive Network. Short version The third volume in the new series of STUDIA INSTRUMENTORUM MUSICAE POPULARIS is dedicated to the themes ‘Wind Instruments in Regional Cultures’ and ‘Social Significance of Instrumental Music Practice’. Both themes were widely discussed during the 19th Meeting of the ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments in Bamberg, Germany, held in March 2013. 29 authors form all parts of the world contributed to the volume. The first topic deals with ‘Wind Instruments in Regional Cultures’, whereby special emphasis was given to reed instruments. This topic comprises the history of regional standards and cross-disciplinary approaches to wind instruments. The topic ‘Social Significance of Instrumental Music Practice’ explores musicians and teachers of instrumental music and their social position within their communities, general status issues and politics on the instrumental music market. Additionally, an overview on Ernst Emsheimer’s Extensive Network represents a part of historical studies in the field of organology.
 

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