Mantle Hood, a pioneer in the field of ethnomusicology and founder of the ethnomusicology program at UCLA, died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. The Ethnomusicologist [Mantle Hood] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Ethnomusicologist has 6 ratings and 0 reviews: Published January 1st by Kent State Univ Pr, pages, Hardcover.
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Johanna marked it as to-read Jan 11, In the s, he came out of retirement in Hawaii to become Senior Distinguished Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Countywhere he remained untilestablishing an ethnomusicology program.
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Just a moment while we sign you mangle to your Goodreads account. Now Javanese, SpanishHindi, Portuguese, Navajo, Finnish, Quechua, Korean or any other topic-relevant language can fulfill foreign-language requirements. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Hood wrote numerous novels, scholarly books and articles in journals and encyclopedias.
Today free Yesterday free. Tyler added it Feb 22, The inspiration of “bi-musical” was “bi-lingual”. Heidi added ethnomusicplogist Aug 10, Beatrice marked it as to-read Sep 10, Audrey Mitchell is currently reading it Mar 29, Hood pioneered, in the s and s, a new approach to the study of music, and the creation of the first American university program devoted to ethnomusicologyat the University of California, Los Angeles UCLA.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. InHood outlined key principles of his quantum theory – influenced thinking in his paper “Ethnomusicology’s Bronze Age in Y2K,” delivered as the Seeger Lecture at the congress of the Society for Ethnomusicology held in Austin, Texas. Schumacher and Myers delivered related papers at the annual conference of the European Seminar in Ethnomusicology, held in Barcelona, Spain, September 20—25, Hood applied the term to music the same way a linguist would when describing someone who spoke two languages.
Mantle Hood, 87, founded study of ethnomusicology
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Talking Drums of Ghana A renowned expert in Javanese and Balinese music and cultureHood received honors from the Indonesian government for his research, among them the conferral of the title Ki literally “the venerable” inand in was one of the first non-Indonesians to be honored with membership into the Dharma Kusuma Society of National Heroes.
He proposed that the contours of the balungan nuclear theme melody are the primary determinants of Javanese musical modes. Hardcoverpages.
This page was last edited on 3 Decemberat The approach hod the researcher to, in some manner, learn about music “from the inside”, and thereby experience its technical, conceptual and aesthetic challenges.
Hood died in Ellicott City, Maryland. Hood’s work spawned a legion of teachers and leaders of the more than gamelan groups in the United States today. Hood joined the UCLA faculty in and created what is manfle the department of ethnomusicology in