Articles about Internet

H@re Krishn@s na Internet: Uma reflexão sobre interação, devoção e prática musical a partir de Lisboa
TRANS (2015) , pp. 1-12

In this article, I will present preliminary results of an online ethnography among the Hare Krishna devotees in Lisbon. I reflect on the multi-sited fieldwork I carried out within the framework of my PhD research, conducted simultaneously in Lisbon and ...

Rediscovering Forgotten Composers with the Help of Online Genealogy and Music Score Databases: A Case Study in African-American Composer Jacob J. Sawyer (1856-1885)
Muzikoloski Zbornik (2015) Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 85-97

This paper describes the reconstruction of life and work of African-American composer Jacob J. Sawyer (1856-1885) with the help of genealogy databases and online collections of music scores. During his life, Sawyer held positions with well-known music ensembles: Haverly's Colored ...

Indice y cultura digital: paradojas tecno-creativas
Cuadernos de Música, Artes Visuales y Artes Escénicas (2015) Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 215-229

This paper provides a theoretical discussion of the semiotic concept of index (in its double category of "reagent" and "designation") and its transformations in the digital era. To illustrate these transformations we take some examples from cinema, music and 3D ...

YouTube as a Virtual Springboard: Circumventing Gender Dynamics in Offline and Online Metal Music Careers
Metal Music Studies (2015) Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 303-318

Studies have shown that learning to play in a band is largely a peer-based - rather than individual - experience, shaped by existing sex-segregated friendship networks. With the rise of the Internet and do-it-yourself recording techniques, new possibilities have emerged ...

Strengthening choral community: The interaction of face-to-face and online activities amongst a college choir
International Journal of Community Music (2015) Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 73-92

This article reports on a small-scale study investigating the interaction of face-to-face and online group activities by members of a Dublin-based college choir (where the researcher is also a lecturer and choral leader) over a period of twelve months in ...