Interviews with ethnomusicologists

Carole Pegg interviewed by Carolyn Landau. (2 of 3).

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  • Interviewees

    Pegg, Carole (speaker, female, interviewee)

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    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female, interviewer)

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    Landau, Carolyn (speaker, female

  • Abstract

    Track 2 [5 mins, 26 secs] [Session one, continued: 9 July 2010] Describes background to her editorship of the New Grove dictionary. Was at the time chair of the International Forum of Traditional Music and lecturing in anthropology of performance at Cambridge. Stanley Sadie asked her to take over from Peggy Deusenberry. Describes structure of project team, how enjoyable it was and controversies, such as how Tibet should be represented. Mentions involvement of Maria Mendonça and Maria Lord. Project ended abruptly when sold to German company which finished it quickly. Contains mistakes, but widely used.

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    Interview with Carole Pegg (2 of 3). The ethnomusicologist talks about her research. Interviewer: Carolyn Landau.

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