[ememusic] Welcome, and introductions
vintage_56 at fuse.net
Thu Apr 2 20:02:24 PDT 2009
I will l put a link to the website from my website here:
Good luck in all your endeavors!
On Apr 2, 2009, at 4:52 PM, Greg Lindahl wrote:
> Welcome! This mailing list now has 12 members, so I thought I'd get
> the ball rolling.
> First, please introduce yourselves. I'm known in the SCA as Gregory
> Blount, and I'm interested in a wide variety of early music. I'm
> pretty new to Middle Eastern music.
> Second, please help us by advertising the existance of the mailing
> list and the website (http://ememusic.aands.org/) in appropriate
> places. So far I've only advertised to a couple of Tribe groups and
> the people who came to my class last Pennsic.
> Third, if you'd like to experiment with editing the website, if you
> follow the invite I mailed you individually, it will set you up to
> edit. So far Melissa and Asim have added themselves to the "Who we
> are" webpage, and Asim added some info to the Bibliography and
> Fourth, let's get started on the real project here, finding
> information about early Middle Eastern music. I have a dozen or so
> books and articles that I need to add to the bibliography. I'm sure
> some of you have stuff to add, too. In the process of looking at
> these, we'll identify some new sources that look interesting. Then
> we'll see if we can incite someone to get copies of the new sources,
> and so on.
> If you look at the website, you'll see that I have place-holders for
> summary articles about rhythm, scales, instruments, and melodies.
> Once we've got a good handle on what the sources say, my medium-term
> goal is to get us to work together to write these articles.
> -- Gregory
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