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Q&A with professor of ethnomusicology Robin Moore
University of Texas professor Robin Moore teaches ethnomusicology, the study of the intersections of music and culture. He will be speaking at Person Hall today about his work. Staff writer Hanzhang Jin spoke with Moore on his upcoming talk at UNC, his ...
Sounds of Schoenberg: The Levantine buzuq
UCLA ethnomusicology graduate student Ryan Vig plays the Levantine buzuq, a long-necked fretted lute and folk instrument, with roots in Arab communities across Lebanon and Syria. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin) ...
The Brubecks play Brubeck at St. Michael's in Litchfield
Making music with field recordings and open source
There are also field recordists who focus on recording the music of others, especially as ethnomusicology—preserving musical traditions.
Sounds of Schoenberg: The Chinese dizi
UCLA graduate student of ethnomusicology Rose Boomsma, who is also a classical Western flutist, has been learning how to play the Chinese dizi for the past three years. (Anisha Joshi/Daily bruin) ...

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