Interviews with ethnomusicologists

Donald Tayler and Brian Moser interviewed by Carolyn Landau. (2 of 2).

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  • Interviewees

    Tayler, Donald (speaker, male, interviewee), Moser, Brian (speaker, male

  • Interviewers

    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female, interviewer)

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    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female

  • Abstract

    Track 2. [8:21] [Session 1, continued: 13 May 2010] Discussion of RAI ethnomusicology section, 1953. Description of how Disappearing World was received then and how film making has changed over years. Discussion of Laurence Picken and Klaus Wachsmann and how DT and BM saw themselves in comparison – not as musicologists. Mentions interaction with A.L. Lloyd and his reaction their recordings. Description of musical instruments deposited in the British Museum.

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    Interview with Donald Tayler and Brian Moser (2 of 2). The two researchers talk about their work. Interviewer: Carolyn Landau.

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