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Musicology is the scholarly analysis and research-based study of music. Musicology ... A scholar who participates in musical research is a musicologist. ... "historical musicology" is typically assumed to imply Western Art music of the European ...

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Although many musicologists are also trained in performance, it isn't a ... in music history or musicology can be essentially interpreted as a liberal arts degree.

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A musicologist is an expert in music as a subject of scholarly research. ... libraries , archives, arts organizations, arts journals, and music technology groups.

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Musicologist Job Description: Musicologists study music in a historical, ... or Art and not feel like they're getting behind as a Musicologist because I don't think it ...

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You can do more than teach with an education in musicology. The academic study of the art of music is an immensely useful pursuit that can lead to a career in ...

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The word musicology literally means "the study of music," encompassing all aspects of music in all ... as part of history (analogous to art history), organized by .

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Students admitted to the musicology program can expect courses that examine Western music (both art and popular) within a historical and critical framework ...

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Musicologists study the history, cultural contexts, and interpretation of music. While the discipline has tended, historically, to focus largely on European art- music ...

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Musicologists and ethnomusicologists are scholars who study the history and practice of music. Musicology primarily refers to the study of the Western musical  ...