Experience and meaning in north Indian classical music

Project start date: 2005/10 Project end date: 2009/03
The major research project Experience and meaning in music performance investigates how musical performance is experienced by musicians and listeners, and how this experience relates to the meaning people ascribe to it. The core of the project focuses on north Indian raga performance, with other strands concentrating on jazz, rock, Cuban popular music and Afro-Brazilian Congado. This interdisciplinary project is pursued by a team of researchers working in close collaboration, employing a combination of ethnographic and empirical methods. It involves the recording of professional quality video and audio recording and the development of new methods for their analysis.
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Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
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UK HE institutions involved:
The Open University


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Author(s) of recordValentina Asciutti
TitleExperience and meaning in north Indian classical music
Record created2011-06-02
Record updated2011-06-02 11:55
URL of recordhttp://www.arts-humanities.net/node/4324
Citation of recordValentina Asciutti: Experience and meaning in north Indian classical music. <http://www.arts-humanities.net/node/4324> created: 2011-06-02, last updated 2011-06-02 11:55
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