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The Study Group on Musical Instruments is an informal association of scholars, instrument makers and musicians who share interests in studying all aspects of traditional musical instruments. The study group was founded in 1962 by Erich Stockmann within the framework of the International Folk Musical Council / International Council for Traditional Music.
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Last Symposium:
The 23rd Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Musical Instruments was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in 2021 from 24-27 March.

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THE NEWEST VOLUME is out since 1st December, 2019

SIMP New Vol. VI


SIMP*6
(STUDIA INSTRUMENTORUM MUSICAE POPULARIS VI)
ISBN 978-3-8325-4988-6, ISSN 2191-5261

The authors of this volume come from all continents and represent a broad spectrum of professions in the field of organology. Their unifying idea is the care of musical instruments all over the world, not only those instruments that may appear interesting for commercial re-use or exploitable as symbols of traditions. They are organised in the "International Council for Traditional Music" and form the "Study Group on Musical Instruments". As one of the most recent research areas within the humanities, the 22nd symposium of this study group was to initiate a dialogue on the relations between musical instruments and the perceptions and/or sensory interpretations and their paradigms such as sound, smell, touch, taste, and the vestibular sensory systems. Moreover, this topic should also help to investigate correlations between musical instruments, their physical and auditory specificities with aspects of proprioception and synesthesia, and further expand on the phenomena of musical instruments as mediators of spirituality. The second topic of this volume covers the significance of musical traditions, instruments and repertoires as constituents of their mobilities, localities and colonisation including re- and de-colonisation, or place consciousness. Not only that but the second topic also follows the transfigurations of the musical instruments and repertoires as mediators of migrations, displacements and colonisation and both temporal and spatial changes, tracking influences on the representation, contexts or emerging music aesthetics.
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Dist. Prof. Dr. Gisa Jähnichen
(PhD, Humboldt Univ. Berlin; professorial thesis [habil], University Vienna)
Shanghai Conservatory of Music
[Ecomusicology]
20 Fenyang Lu, Xuhui District
Shanghai 200031
PR China

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Germany: Mühsamstr. 64
10249 Berlin
GERMANY
Tel ++(49-30)4292829

Chair  

Prof. Dr. Gisa Jähnichen  
Prof. Dr. Gisa  Jaehnichen
Shanghai Conservatory of Music  
[Ecomusicology]  

20 Fenyang Lu, Xuhui District  

Shanghai 200031  
PR China  
mobile: 008618217365923  
email: gisajaehnichen@web.de  
https://shcmusic.academia.edu/
GisaJ%C3%A4hnichen
  

Germany: Mühsamstr. 64,
10249 Berlin,
++(49-30)4292829  


Vice Chair  

Rastko Jakovljević, PhD  
Rastko  Jakovljević, PhD

University of Texas at Austin  

Sarah and Ernest Butler School   
of Music 2406 Robert Dedman Dr.  
Stop E3100  
Austin, TX 78712-1555  
USA  

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Secretary  

Chinthaka P. Meddegoda, PhD  
Chinthaka  P.  Meddegoda, PhD

University of the Visual and   
Performing Arts  

22/6 Albert Crescent  
Colombo 00700  
Sri Lanka  

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Membership Management  

Dr. phil. Rinko Fujita  
Dr. Rinko  Fujita

Dittesgasse 16/3  

A-1180 Wienna  
Austria  
Tel.: +43 664 5345 281  

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Web-Editor  

Mgr. Margita Matúšková, DiS. art.
Mgr. Margita Matúšková, DiS. art.

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