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Burmese music in notation
Some pretty rare examples of Burmese music in Western notation. These are from an old Burmese government publication, now long out of print.
Explorations: These are short multimedia discussions on topics in Ethnomusicology
An Introduction to Gagaku, Japanese Court Music and Dance, and its Origins
Questions about ancient Jewish music: The 16th Century Judentanz of Hans Neusidler
An article of mine on the doina, the Romanian traditional love song form, par excellence. I have also included a analytical list of various doine types here. This has not been published elsewhere.
An illustrated discussion of the Far Eastern roots of the Malagasy valiha and of the bamboo connection to bridged zithers like the cheng, kayagum and koto
A short multimedia exploration of the Asian origins of the free reed, the predecessor of the Western harmonica, harmonium and accordion.
This is a listing of class documents, syllabi, assignment guidelines and new information for classes. This is also a source of general information on my UCI classes.
Brief biographical information page on my field research in ethnomusicology with pictures from my travels.
The Mexican Artist, Alfredo Arreguin
Emeritus Professor of Anthropology
Social Sciences, UCI
Irvine CA 92717
last updated 6.30.15