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Call for papers
hvad der ikke siges om musik

Graphic novels, academic montage,
auto ethnography:
DMO invites scholars to investigate
the possibilities and limitations of creative academic formats in the
study of music and sound.
By focusing on creativity and experiment, DMO draws renewed attention to academic writing on music.

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Call for papers
Musikkens Institutioner

Der er skrevet meget om musik i Danmark og dansk musik men meget mindre om de institutioner, som musikken eksisterer indenfor, udføres under og opleves gennem. Med dette særnummer vil vi sætte fokus på musikkens institutioner i vid forstand og på hvorledes de institutionelle rammer fungerer og påvirker musiklivet.


DMO

– særnummer “Word and Music Studies – New Paths, New Methods”

Dette særnummer af DMO er resultatet af en konference afholdt af det internationale Word and Music Association Forum (WMAF) på Aarhus Universitet i 2014. WMAF er en datterorganisation til Word and Music Association, som afholder konferencer hvert andet år, primært for yngre forskere, der forsker i forholdet mellem ord og musik. Temaet for konferencen var metodologi i studiet af ord og musik, og denne konferenceudgivelse præsenterer ni artikler baseret på oplæg afholdt på konferencen. Hver artikel fremlægger og diskuterer en ny og original metodisk tilgang til emner så forskellige som teknologi, performativitet, stilhed, litterær musikoplevelse, rumlig lydoplevelse mm. Udgivelsen demonstrerer derfor den diversitet og alsidighed som præger feltet og ansporer til en metarefleksion over, hvad det er vi gør, når vi studerer forholdet mellem ord og musik.

Gæsteredaktører på særnummeret er
Lea Wierød, Ane Martine Lønneker, Fedja Borčak og Christian Verdoner Larsen

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Lawrence M. Zbikowski
Reflections on Word and Music
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Sybille Krämer
Script and Sound: Refl ections on the Creative Function of Visualization and Spatialization for Time-Bound Processes like Speech and Music
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Heidi Hart
Translating Bodies: A Spatial Approach to Words and Music
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Anette Vandsø
Technology, Sound, and Subject: A Cross-Disciplinary Investigation
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen
The General Pause and the Enjambment: Silence as Qualitative Modes of Music and Poetry
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px François Staring
Audiences in Literature: On Understanding Musical Imaginations
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Axel Englund
Of Great Pitch and Moment: Some Refl ections on Operatic Performance, Interpretation, and Hermeneutics
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Beate Schirrmacher
Musical Performance and Textual Performativity in Elfriede Jelinek’s The Piano Teacher
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Molly McDolan
Stille in the Lutheran Baroque: A Musical-Textual Analysis Using Quantitative Methodology

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DMO – særnummer om den 17. Nordiske Musikforskerkongres

DMOs redaktion har hermed fornøjelsen af at præsentere et særnummer, der udspringer fra den 17. Nordiske Musikforskerkongres afholdt i Aalborg 2015. Særnummeret indeholder 12 bidrag fra et udvalg af konferencens oplægsholdere, og artiklerne rummer mange forskelligartede tematikker og tilgange til musikforskning. Emnerne tæller bl.a.: musik og emotioner, musikalske indflydelser i Nidaros’ repertoire, om at skrive komponistbiografier, en analyse af Stravinskys Symphonie de Psaumes, analyser af vokale solostykker i Wagners værker, forholdet mellem vokalitet og teknologi hos Erykah Badu, Schoenbergs senromantiske stil, censurering af jazz i Sovietunionen, transformeringen af musiklivet i Stockholm fra 1840 til 1890, iscenesættelse af multikulturalisme i Norge, Manuel Garcias vokalteknikkers indflydelse på instrumentalmusik, og lutimprovisation i det 17. århundrede.

Gæsteredaktører på særnummeret er Professor, Mark Grimshaw, og Lektor Emeritus, Peder Kaj Pedersen.

God fornøjelse med læsningen af særnummeret.

Redaktionen

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Justin Christensen
Preparing Empirical Methodologies to Examine Enactive, Embodied Subjects Experiencing Musical Emotions

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Marit Johanne Høye
Sequence Melodies in Icelandic and Norwegian Manuscripts

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Gunnar Ternhag, Erik Wallrup, Elin Hermansson, Ingela Tägil, and Karin Hallgren
Writing Composer Biographies in the Project Swedish Musical Heritage

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Per Dahl
Text, Identity and Belief in Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Martin Knust
Musical and Theatrical Declamation in Richard Wagner’s Works and a Toolbox for Vocal Music Analysis

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Erik Steinskog
Analog Girl in a Digital World. Erykah Badu’s Vocal Negotiations of the Human

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Erik Wallrup
From Mood to Tone: On Schoenberg and Musical Worlds

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Heli Reimann
Jazz and Soviet Censorship: The Example of Late-Stalinist Estonia

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Anne Reese Willén
The Capital – The Core of Musical Life

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Thomas Solomon
The Play of Colors: Staging Multiculturism in Norway

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Áurea Dominguez
Manuel Garcia’s Influence on Nineteenth-century Instrumental Music: Bassoon Playing in France as a Case Study

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Robin Rolfhamre
Embellishing Lute Music: Using Renaissance Italian Passaggi Practice as a Model and Pedagogical Tool for an Increased Improvisation Vocabulary in the French Baroque Style

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DMO – special issue on sound- and music production

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dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Toivo Burlin
Experimentell musikproduktionsvetenskap som kulturforskande musikvetenskap: Ett produktionsperspektiv på musik

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Mads Walther-Hansen
Sound Events, Spatiality and Diegesis
– The Creation of Sonic Narratives in Music Productions

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Totte Mattsson
Audiovisuella loopar och kollektiv live-looping

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Jan-Olof Gullö, Ivan Höglund, Julia Jonas, Hans Lindetorp,
Anton Näslund, Joakim Persson & Peter Schyborger

Nobel Creations: Producing infinite music for an exhibition

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Mark Grimshaw
A brief argument for, and summary of, the concept of Sonic Virtuality

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Justin Christensen
Virtual Distance and Soundstage,
and their Impacts on Experienced Emotional Valence

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Martin Knakkergaard
Numeriske tåger – eller hvad blev der i grunden af de tre andre causa?

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Velkommen til DMO Vol. 7, 2015
 
Vi er glade for at kunne præsentere de første bidrag til DMO Vol. 7.
 
Svend Hvidtfelt Nielsen præsenterer i artiklen “Hvem er altereret?” resultatet af et omfattende teorihistorisk forskningsarbejde. Det handler om den akkord, der i dansk teoritradition kaldes ’den altererede vekseldominant’. Forfatteren sporer behandlingen af denne akkord i tyske, franske og italienske musikteoretiske værker fra det 18. til det 20. århundrede, og han udnytter den historiske indsigt til en kritisk diskussion af akkordens behandling i danske musikteoretiske værker fra 1933 til i dag.
 
Søren Møller Sørensen rapporterer fra Den 23. Konference for Arabisk Musik i Cairo 1.-10. november 2014. Rapporten kommenterer konferencens indhold og form og berører også, hvordan de politiske forhold i Egypten spiller ind.

Søren Møller Sørensens artikel “Naṣīr Shammas – lutvirtuos og engageret kunstner” omhandler sammenhænge og brudflader mellem kunst og ideologi i den moderne arabiske kultur som disse træder frem i relation til den irakisk fødte musiker Naṣīr Shammas’ mediepersona. Artiklen bringer endvidere interessante overvejelser om det vestlige, historiske virtuosbegrebs relevans som forståelsesramme for Naṣīr Shammas som kunstner.

Helen Rossil diskuterer i artiklen “Viser på valse – vokale vinkler” den omfattende udgavelse af folkelig sang, som udkom under samme navn i 2013. I særdeleshed diskuteres forholdet mellem mundtlighed og skriftlighed med en betoning af sangerens afgørende rolle, og artiklen spørger på den baggrund til den folkelige sangs status i dansk sammenhæng, hvor man modsat det øvrige Skandinavien ikke oplevede en vokal bølge i forlængelse af 1970’ernes folkemusik-revival.

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Hvem er altereret?
Historisk motiveret argument for en kopernikansk vending i funktionsteorien.

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Søren Møller Sørensen
Rapport fra 23. Konference for Arabisk Musik i Cairo 1.-10. november 2014.

 
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Sven Hroar Klempe
En imponerende oversikt over dagens musikkterapi.
Anmeldelse af Lars Ole Bonde (red.): Musikterapi. Teori, Uddannelse, Praksis, Forskning. En håndbog om musikterapi i Danmark.

 
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Naṣīr Shammas – lutvirtuos og engageret kunstner.

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Helen Rossil
Viser på valse – vokale vinkler
Konturer af gammel folkelig syngemåde mellem mundtlig og skriftlig kultur

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DMO - special issue on Music and Brain Research

Studies of music and the brain constitute a key contribution to present musicological research - internationally as well as in a Danish context. It is therefore with great pleasure that DMO hereby publishes a special issue on this topic edited by Niels Trusbak Haumann and Bjørn Petersen. The special issue presents contributions from five Danish researchers and it covers a wide range of themes - from an overall introduction to so-called cognitive musicology to the perception of music and sound objects in addition to perspectives on musical excellence and musicality. We hope the special issue will provide an inspiring insight into the current, interdisciplinary music and brain research taking place in Denmark while encouraging discussions and further studies.

On behalf of the editors

Mads Krogh    

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Niels Trusbak Haumann
An Introduction to Cognitive Musicology
Historical-Scientific Presuppositions in the Psychology of Music.

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Jens Hjortkjær
Sound objects – Auditory objects – Musical objects.

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Kristoffer Jensen
Sensory Dissonance Using Memory Model.

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Niels Chr. Hansen
Nye perspektiver på studiet af musikalsk ekspertise.

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Ole Kühl
Musikalitetens Dimensionalitet
– om biologi, kultur og musikvidenskab.

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DMO – Special Issue on Researching Music Censorship!

It is with great pleasure that DMO announces the publication of this special issue entitled Researching Music Censorship. The issue contains seven contributions illustrating the great variety of and far-ranging implications in conflicts over music censorship along with academic approaches to the subject.

From Pussy Riot to Turkish rap, from the Third Reich to “post-soviet” Finland, from Cuban live performances to Danish understandings of rap and dancehall, music censorship concerns disputes over freedom of expression, control and regulation – of individual songs, lyrical expressions, artists and genre cultures intertwined with issues of sex, gender, ethnicity, religion etc.

Guest editors are Helmi Järviluoma and Jan Sverre Knudsen and the background for the publication is the NordForsk-funded network Researching Music Censorship, which was initiated by Annemette Kirkegaard and established in 2010. Please confer the special issue Introduction for details about the seven articles’ thematic and organizational context.

We are pleased that DMO may support a continued awareness on this important subject for academic music scholarship.

On behalf of the DMO editors, Mads Krogh

dmo_saernummer_2015_00_ill_120px Helmi Järviluoma / Jan Sverre Knudsen
Introduction
 
dmo_saernummer_2015_01_ill_120px Tore Tvarnø Lind
Blasphemy Cries over Pussy Riot’s “Punk Prayer”

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Thomas Solomon
Self-censorship as Critique: The Case of Turkish Rapper Sagopa Kajmer

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Kjetil Klette Boehler
How Live Cuban Popular Dance Music Expresses Political Values in Today’s Cuba

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Ursula Geisler
Political Music Censorship: Some Remarks on Nazi Music Regulations 1933-1945

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Antti-Ville Kärjä
Cultural Politics of Music Censorship in ‘Post-Soviet’ Finland

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Kristine Ringsager
“It Ain’t Shit About the Music!”
Discussions on Freedom of Expression in Relation to Rap Music in Social Work

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Johannes Frandsen Skjelbo
Jamaican Dancehall Censored: Music, Homophobia, and the Black Body in the Postcolonial World

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DMO – special issue on music as practice

This DMO special issue thematises music as practice. Such an understanding of music has gained ground within musicological research in recent decades – from ethnomusicology across popular music studies and sociology of music to the so-called New Musicology – and presents a challenge to other conceptions of music, for instance as notated work or sounding form. This change within musicology mirrors similar re-orientations within the humanities and social sciences at large.

The first of the six articles that make up this special issue discusses the character of the overall practice re-orientation within musicology starting from the concept of musicking introduced by New Zealand musicologist Christopher Small. In the five following articles more specific theoretical and thematic topics are pursued to differentiate the understanding of music as social, emotional, temporal, spatial and material practices respectively.

While the understanding of music as practice is well-represented in e.g. Anglo-American research literature, this is much less the case in a Danish context . This, of course, only adds to DMO's pleasure at publishing this special issue.

Happy reading!

The editors

dmo_saernummer_2014_01_ill_120px Steen Kaargaard Nielsen / Mads Krogh
At musikere
En praktisk orientering i musikvidenskaben – i et faghistorisk og videnskabsteoretisk lys.

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Steen Kaargaard Nielsen
At skabe en komponist
Om kompositionsmusik som kollektiv social praksis eksemplifi ceret ved to
britiske cases.

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Tore Tvarnø Lind
Tradition som musikalsk erindringspraksis.

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Iben Have
Musik som kommunikativ emotionel praksis i Armadillo.

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Nina Gram
Musikalsk stedsans
En undersøgelse af sansernes betydning for etableringen og erfaringen af stedet.

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Mads Krogh
Mellem ting og sager
Musik som materiel praksis – et aktør-netværks-perspektiv.

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DMO Vol. 6

dmo_06_01_ill_120pxGro Trondalen / Lars Ole Bonde
Musik är mycket mer än bara musik
– Samtal med Alf Gabrielsson.
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dmo_06_02_ill_120pxLea Maria Lucas Wierød
“Hvor livspoesien iklædes musikalsk klædebon”
Mediale kontakt- og brudflader mellem ord og melodi, belyst ved den musikalske romances genrefusion med den litterære salme.
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