Ethnomusicology

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Robert Ayitee Playing Drums

Mantle Hood in Ghana

Mantle Hood in Ghana

Suenobi Togi Dancing in Bugaku

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This guide is intended to assist UCLA students, staff, and faculty interested in Ethnomusicology. You will find information here on both print and electronic resources. If you have any suggestions for what you would like to see included, please email me. 

Remember, there are countless resources available. If you need more information or assistance, ASK A LIBRARIAN in the Music Library or the Ethnomusicology Archive.

Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicology Review

Fieldwork & Depositing Your Fieldwork in an Archive

A World of Music (UCLA Ethnomusicology, 1972)

Starts at 00:45

I Gde Manik Playing Kendang -- silent film recorded in Bali by Colin McPhee in the 1930s

Music of Brazil Ensemble

Head of Cataloging & Archivist, Ethnomusicology Archive

Maureen Russell
Contact:
UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive

1630 Schoenberg Music Building

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1657

Phone: 310-825-1695
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Charles Seeger at the Melograph

Mantle Hood and Gamelan Khjai Mendung

Tsun-Yuen Lui Playing Qin

Mantle Hood Filming Atumpan in Ghana

Mantle Hood filming in Ghana

UCLA Mariachi Ensemble

Manoochehr Sadeghi Playing Santur