music

job: PhD Studentship: "Music traditions and cultural history"

Application Deadline: 
07/10/2011

The Open University
Faculty of Arts
PhD Studentship in collaboration with the National Library of Wales

"Music traditions and cultural history"

Based at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth

One full-time, three year PhD studentship available from 1 January 2012 [read more...]

event: Music Linked Data Workshop

12/05/2011

MusicNet is pleased to announce a workshop on Music Linked Data, to be held on 12 May 2011, 10:30-16:00. The event will take place at the JISC London meeting rooms (Brettenham House (South Entrance), 5 Lancaster Place, London WC2E 7EN). [read more...]

Location

JISC London meeting rooms (Brettenham House, South Entrance)
5 Lancaster Place
London WC2E 7EN
United Kingdom

event: NEoN Digital Arts Festival

08/11/2010
14/11/2010

NEoN Digital Arts Festival
8 – 14 November 2010 [read more...]

Location

Centre of Excellence, University of Abertay Dundee Dundee
United Kingdom

event: Two Thousand + TEN Symposium on improvisation

06/11/2010 09:30
06/11/2010 09:30

The Two Thousand + symposium (http://twothousand.wordpress.com) is an annual one day research event, which has been running alongside the Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music in Belfast since 2006. It is a day during which performance practitioners from diverse areas such as music, sonic arts, dance, theater, new media, as well as theorists come together to cover a wide variety of topics on performance informed by new technologies.

During the symposium day on the 6th of November, we will have selected papers, two keynote talks plus concerts. [read more...]

Location

Sonic Arts Research Centre
4 Cloreen Park
Belfast BT7 1NN
United Kingdom

project: Sudamih (Supporting Data Management Infrastructure for the Humanities)

The Supporting Data Management Infrastructure for the Humanities (Sudamih) Project aims to address a coherent range of requirements for the more effective management of data (broadly defined) within the Humanities at an institutional level. Whilst the project is fully embedded within the institutional context of Oxford University, the methodologies, outputs and outcomes will be of relevance to other research-led universities, especially but not only, in their support of research within the humanities. [read more]

project: The Music of Gustav Mahler: a Catalogue of Manuscript and Printed Sources

This catalogue will list and describe all surviving manuscript sources and will offer full bibliographic descriptions of the early printed sources of Mahler's music (i.e. all those that published during the composer’s lifetime, and first or other important editions that appeared after his death). [read more]

project: What is Black British Jazz? Routes, Ownership, Performance

The ‘Black British jazz’ project (BBJ) explores the emergence of a distinct tradition within British music. BBJ melds reggae, hiphop, African music and US jazz into a rich, and constantly developing set of sounds. In documenting this musical hybrid, the project touches on important issues for the study of music – the transmission of cultural values, the social context of musical forms, and frameworks of ownership that impact on musical communities. [read more]

project: Archival Sound Recordings

Archival Sound Recordings is the result of a development project to increase access to the British Library Sound Archive's extensive collections. The British Library holds one of the world’s foremost sound archives with a collection of over 3.5 million audio recordings. These come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound from music, drama and literature, to oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds. [read more]

project: Musicians of Britain and Ireland 1900-1950

The project provides recordings of performances by British and Irish musicians made between 1900 and 1950. owing to changes in company policy in the 1930s, their work was gradually excluded and mush of it forgotten. MBI is accessible through an attractive online search interface that also gives access to the complete recorded output of the AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music (CHARM). [read more]

DRHA 2010

Closing Date: 
31/03/2010

CALL FOR PAPERS AND PERFORMANCES
DRHA 2010 Conference: Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts
Sunday 5th September - Wednesday 8th September 2010
Brunel University, West London
www.drha2010.org.uk

CONFERENCE THEME: Sensual Technologies: Collaborative Practices of Interdisciplinarity [read more...]

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