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Encyclopedia > Musicologist

A musicologist is someone who studies musicology. An ethnomusicologist is someone who studies ethnomusicology; a zoomusicologist is someone who studies zoomusicology.


Musicologists include:

Ethnomusicologists include:

Zoomusicologists include:

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Musicology
  • Croatian Institute of ethnology and folklore research (http://maief.ief.hr/)
  • Lado Croatian national folk dance ensemble (http://www.lado.hr/lado_eng.htm)

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Who's Who in Music (276 words)
Musicologist, author of Duet and Dialogue in the Age of Monteverdi ; Monteverdi: Orfeo ; and Monteverdi: Vespers (1610).
Musicologist, specialising in late Baroque Italian music; editor of Stradella, Steffani and Handel; author of Polymath of the Baroque, which won the British Academy’s Derek Allen Prize.
Musicologist, specialising in the late eighteenth century, music theory and analysis, and Elgar; author of Musical Listening in the German Enlightenment: Attention, Wonder and Astonishment.
Susan McClary (302 words)
Susan McClary is a musicologist often associated with the "New Musicology" because of her work combining musicology and feminism in Feminine Endings (ISBN 0816641897), a once commonly used term for weak cadencess.
While seen by some as extremely radical, her work is influenced by musicologists such as Edward T. Cone, gender theorists and cultural critics such as Teresa de Lauretis, and people who, like McClary, fall in between such as philosophre Theodor Adorno.
Susan McClary is on the faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles, and is married to the musicologist Robert Walser.
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