Music Archaeology

  • Ricardo Eichmann
Part of the Springer Handbooks book series (SPRINGERHAND)

Abstract

Music archaeology is a rather recent field of academic studies that emerged in the 19th century and provides access to musical cultures of ancient civilizations. Modern research, characterized by expanding interdisciplinary methodological approaches, has its roots in the 1970s. Music archaeology explores ancient music and archaeoacoustic phenomena embedded in archaeological contexts and objects, iconographic representations, and written sources. After a long period of processing and classifying such data, cultural turns in the past two decades have increasingly influenced the interpretation of archaeological music evidence.

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Acknowledgements

The comments of Adje Both and Lars-Christian Koch helped to improve previous German versions of this Chapter. Susan Giegerich translated the final version into English. Philip V. Bohlman reviewed the final English version for musicological terminology. However, all responsibility remains with the author.

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  • Ricardo Eichmann
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  1. 1.Orient-AbteilungDeutsches Archäologisches InstitutBerlinGermany

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