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SEM 2016 Annual Meeting

November 10-13, 2016
Washington, D.C.

Host Institutions:
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
The George Washington University





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Ethnomusicology Communications -– An Online Selection

 

Society for Ethnomusicology:


   
 Ethnomusicology
 SEM Journal

 SEM Newsletter  SEM Student News
 
   
  Ethnomusicology
  Translations


Sound Matters
 An Online Forum

  Ethnomusicology Today
  SEM Podcast

     

  From the Field
  Multimedia Reports


 News from SEM
 SEM Notices-L
 and SEM-L

     
 Guide to Programs
 in Ethnomusicology


 SEM Facebook
 Page
SEM Facebook
 Group


     
 SEM on Twitter

 Student Union
 Facebook Page
 Student Union
 Blog

 

 

 

 

 























































 

   


 

Other Organizations:

     
 Bulletin of the 
 International Council
 for Traditional Music


 Smithsonian Folkways 
 Magazine
 Ethnomusicology Review
 
and Sounding Board
     
 Analytical Approaches
 to World Music


 TRANS - Transcultural
 Music Review
 British Forum for
 Ethnomusicology News
     
 Afropop Worldwide Blog

 Association for Chinese
 Music Research  
 
Newsletter

 MUSICultures
     
 IASPM America Latina
 Notícias


 European Seminar in
 Ethnomusicology News
 Sounding Out!











 

 

 

 























 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Slideshow Photos:


1. Members of the Imsil P’ilbong Nongak Preservation Society perform at the Heungsori Festival. P’ilbong, South Korea. 2009. Photo ©
Katherine In-Young Lee.

2. An informal group plays gagá (Dominico-Haitian music) for Holy Week. Near Barahona, Dominican Republic. 2006. Photo © Sydney Hutchinson.

3. Afro-Chilean NGO Oro Negro plays tumba carnaval during Youth Carnival. Arica, Chile. 2008. Photo © Juan Eduardo Wolf.

4. Vishal Deo plays tassa drum (with Trinidad & Tobago Sweet Tassa) at his own wedding, while his bride Alicia looks on. Carapichaima, Trinidad, 2011. Photo © Christopher Ballengee.

5.
Members of the One Education Klondyke Music Group perform in the Chorlton Irish Club. Manchester, United Kingdom. 2015. Photo © Svend Kjeldsen.

6. Mamadou ‘Le Maitre’ Barry rehearses at the venue La Paillote. Conakry, Guinea. 2009. Photo © Nomi Dave.

7. The Indiana University New Music Ensemble performs in Bloomington, Indiana, USA. 2010. Photo: © Indiana University.




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