The first issue of NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1 is now available / Sortie de NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1

English

NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1 is available

CERMAA is delighted to inform you that the first issue, of Vol. 1 No. 1 (November 2012) is now available. It includes contributions of François Picard (France), Erik Marchand (France), Jacob Olley (Great Britain), Rosy Azar Beyhom (Lebanon), Markos Skoulios (Greece), Richard Dumbrill (Great Britain) et Amine Beyhom (Lebanon ; France).
The editorial and the summary page are available online. The hard copy (Price = 40 €) is distributed by Geuthner, France and downloadable from December 2013.

Français

Sortie de NEMO-Online Vol. 1 No. 1

Le CERMAA a l’immense plaisir d’annoncer la sortie du Volume 1, Numéro 1 de NEMO (Novembre 2012) avec des contributions de François Picard (France), Erik Marchand (France), Jacob Olley (Grande-Bretagne), Rosy Azar Beyhom (Liban), Markos Skoulios (Grèce), Richard Dumbrill (Grande-Bretagne) et Amine Beyhom (Liban ; France).

L’Éditorial et le Sommaire sont accessibles en ligne. La version imprimée (Prix = 40 €) est distribuée par Geuthner ; la version numérique (payante) sera mise en ligne à partir de décembre 2013.

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CERMAA and ICONEA at USEK

Amine Beyhom of CERMAA and Richard Dumbrill of ICONEA presented papers on July 12-14 2012 Conference at the University of the Holy Spirit (USEK) at Kaslik Lebanon.

Amine Beyhom spoke about the need for accurate definition in specific terms.

Richard Dumbrill spoke of possible Near-Eastern origins of both maqam and Pythagorean systems in Bronze Age archeomusicology.

Research on Aesthetics in music with Jean During (CNRS – France)

CERMAA welcomed recently Jean During, a senior researcher at CNRS – France. Jean During led three interviews on June 03 2012 with renowned Lebanese music teachers and musicians Imane Homsy (qanun), Joseph Loueizeh (teacher of singing and numerous other activities – member of CERMAA and founding member of FOREDOFICO) and Saad Saab (`ud teacher and performer – President of FOREDOFICO and member of CERMAA). He was accompanied by Amine Beyhom for CERMAA.

The subject of the interviews was “Music Aesthetics”.

Jean During is also a member of the Academic Board of NEMO-Online, the Musicological Journal co-founded by CERMAA, ICONEA (British Museum and University of London) and PLM (Université de la Sorbonne – France).

Ꜥūd Bibliography

We are proud to announce that we have started to implement the bibliography of Arabian and Mediteranean musics on Cermaa’s website.

 

The first bibliography published to day is the Ꜥūd Bibliography, to be found under “Bibliography > Ꜥūd Bibliography“. It comprises a reasoned choice of references on the Ꜥūd, to be further enriched with time.

 

ICONEA 2011 Conference on “`ūd through the centuries”

Amine Beyhom will be reading a paper on `ūd making in the Middle-Age (Arabian “Golden Age”) at the “ICONEA 2011” Conference to be held in London in December 2011.

Publication du Tome I du livre d’Amine Beyhom

Publication du Tome I du livre d’Amine Beyhom : Théories de l’échelle et pratiques mélodiques chez les Arabes – I : L’échelle générale et les genres Tome 1 : Théories gréco-arabes de Kindi (ixe siècle) à Tusi (xiiie siècle)

 

Le livre a été publié en novembre 2010 chez Geuthner (Société Nouvelle Librairie Paul Geuthner), avec le concours de l’équipe de recherches Patrimoine et Langages Musicaux (PLM) de l’école Doctorale V Concepts et Langages de l’université Paris-Sorbonne, et de la Société Française d’Ethnomusicologie (SFE).

La sortie a eu lieu à :

Beyrouth, à l’occasion du Salon du Livre

au BIEL

le mercredi 3 novembre 2010 à 18 heures,

avec une (courte) conférence illustrative suivie d’un mini-concert de musique arabe et d’une signature à 19 heures.

L’ouvrage comporte 706 pages, avec une préface par François Picard, et peut être commandé par email à l’adresse geuthner@geuthner.com : la couverture est reproduite ci-dessous.