Articles about Field Work (Research)

Tracing the lines of an electronic tattoo: The covert operation of Melbourne techno
Perfect Beat (2015) Vol. 16, No. 1-2, pp. 51-70

Based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted in Melbourne, this article investigates the local techno scene and attempts to establish techno-cultural connections with its roots in Detroit. From a theoretical perspective based on the work of Jean Baudrillard and Kodwo Eshun, three ...

Direct Collection
FRoots (2015) Vol. 37, No. 2-3, pp. 42-43,45


"The Song Collector"
FRoots (2015) Vol. 37, No. 2-3, pp. 45-47


Music, Dance and Memory. Towards Deliberation of Field Research of Dance
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 51-64

Although ethnochoreology and ethnomusicology as related academic disciplines have decades-long histories, reviewing and redefining their basic epistemological and methodological principles remained one of the main focuses of disciplinary discussion. Most ethnochoreologists and ethnomusicologist agrees that "field" work (in all its ...

Ethnomusicology and Childhood: Studying Children's Music in the Field
College Music Symposium (2014) Vol. 54, pp. np

In the field of ethnomusicology, the study of children's music has long been overlooked which leads to a lack of understanding of the complex contexts of children's musical worlds. Therefore it is imperative that we explore the historical and current ...

Sound Barrage: Threshold to Asante Sacred Experience through Music

Asante court music at Manhyia Palace in Kumase, Ghana, consists of songs and praises to the Asantehene and his ancestors, rendered by various trumpet ensembles. Each developed a repertoire that enables it to provide variety. In Asante, the number and ...