and Alan Lomax have given me permission to quote from unpublished manuscripts of .. culture” (Merriam, ), but it is important that this definition be Le g^nealogie des instruments de musique et les cycles de civilisation. Archives. Alan Parkhurst Merriam (1 November – 14 March ) was an American cultural anthropologist and ethnomusicologist. He is known for his studies of. Antropologia della musica by Alan P. Merriam, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Merriam’s initial work was based on fieldwork carried out in his native Montana and central Africa.
Alan P. Merriam
This page was last edited on 2 Decemberat This definition of ethnomusicology comes in response to a number of other important ethnomusicology authors, such as Jaap Kunst, who defined ethnomusicology via the types of music studied in the field. Merriam claims the goals of ethnomusicology cannot be realized by considering music to be an object separate from the humans which make it, and therefore argues for the sake of an anthropology of music.
During his younger years, Merriam performed in numerous school bands and local dance orchestras.
The purpose of this book is to create a better understanding of the anthropological aspects of music, defining ethnomusicology as not the study of the music of non-western cultures, but instead as the study of the relationship which music bears to society. The Continuity of change: Although he taught at Northwestern University and University of Wisconsinthe majority of his academic career was spent at Indiana University where he was named a professor in and then chairman of the anthropology department from towhich became a leading center of ethnomusicology research under his guidance.
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His program emphasized learning to listen and hear without prejudice or ethnocentricity, rhythmic and tonal fluency outside of the Western tradition, and performance experience in non-Western vocal and instrumental performance with the last being what his program is most known for. He edited the Newsletter of the Society for Ethnomusicology from toand he edited the journal Ethnomusicology from to This simplified model was used by Rice as a foil to the method he was proposing, consistently referencing how his model furthered things accomplished by the Merriam model.
Born to a highly musical household in Missoula, Montana, Anttopologia began studying piano and clarinet at a young age. This definition embodies the purpose of the entirety of The Anthropology of Music, being that ethnomusicology is not weighed further in favor of the ethnological or musicological, but instead an inseparable amalgamation of the two.
Neither should be considered as an end in itself; the two must be joined into a wider understanding. Alan Parkhurst Merriam 1 November — 14 March was an American cultural anthropologist and ethnomusicologist. Retrieved from ” https: Thirty-One Issues and Concepts, I do not deny the contribution of such a specialist in the past, nor in the aln, but his role is becoming progressively smaller, and rightly so, for method and theory are inseparable in the gathering of data, and the descriptive phase of our study in antropo,ogia we treat simply structural facts is giving way before the broader interpretations.
Our science, therefore, investigates all tribal and folk music and every kind of non-Western art music. Another aspect of ethnomusicology which Merriam sought to make clear in The Anthropology of Music is the overarching goal of the field of ethnomusicology.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. HerskovitsRichard A. An individual that stood as a foil to him was his fellow ethnomusicologist, Mantle Hood. In his own writings, he emphasizes lx application of data gathered in the field to solving relevant musical problems and how such application is motivated by the approach and goal of the researcher. Hood was more interested in creating a graduate student body that could accomplish the egalitarian purpose of ethnomusicology in spreading world mergiam and preserving them.
Thirty-One Issues and Concepts He is known for his studies of music in Native America and Africa. His father was the Chairman of the English department at Montana State University, and his mother was a highly skilled cellist.
Views Read Edit View history. Due to its nature as a field at the intersection of several disciplines, ethnomusicology takes on many forms and is viewed through many lenses, highly dependent on the goals and background of the ethnomusicologist. Antropoologia with the antropolgoia school, these two factions of ethnomusicology make up a large population in the world of ethnomusicology and they are often at odds.
Merriam is characterized by a drive to solve relevant problems using data gathered in the field hands-on. On People Changing Their Music. Merriam antropolovia his stated goals of ethnomusicology into three different approaches, the first being the appreciation of the music of other cultures.
Merriam had, like all ethnomusicologists, completed fieldwork in his area of interest, but he was characterized by his peers in ethnomusicology as being more scientific and focusing on drawing conclusion from data. University of Illinois Press.
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