Living music

review for the study of music and dance

2017/8

♯ 2017/8
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His­to­ric Flute Tra­di­ti­ons of Native North Ame­rica in Tran­si­tion: 1890 to the Present online

Tara BrownerArticles and studies, ♯2017/8

Cre­a­ting and playing flu­tes is a practice that dates back thou­sands of years in Native North Ame­rica. While coming close to extin ction in the deca­des after 1900, a few old time players kept the tra­di­tion alive until younger gene…

Con­structing the Sound of Devils: Dialecti­cal Inter­acti­ons between Cul­ture, His­tory, and the Con­struction of the Czech Vozembouch online

William ConnorArticles and studies, ♯2017/8

The vozem­bouch is a folk instru­ment that has evolved through cen­tu­ries of dialecti­cal inter­acti­ons with Slavic (and Ger­manic) cul­tu­res. The instru­ment has deve­loped from a per­cus­sive bowed single­string fid­dle to being primarily…

Recor­ding Direction in the Pro­cess of Sound Recording online

Sylva StejskalováArticles and studies, ♯2017/8

The article deals with the recor­ding of a final work of stu­dents from the Depart­ment of Sound Cre­ation whose spe­ci­a­li­sation is recor­ding direction and sound cre­ation at the Music and Dance Faculty of AMU. The pro­ject was…