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  • Ashé-Iyá- Afrocubanske artistar mellom folklore, religion og utøving 

    Kavli, Solveig M. L. (Novus, 2008-09)
    Appreciating the performances of the Afro-Cuban folklore ensemble Ashé-Iyá, one might ask whether it is religion or not that is being witnessed, and how this might be perceived by the artists themselves, as well as by ...
    Journal articlePeer reviewed
  • Equilibrium: koret som sosialt felt 

    Myrmel, Kristin (The University of BergenHøgskolen i Bergen, 2007)
    There are a number of different relations between the members in a choir, and between the members and their conductor. Each member has their own reason (or reasons) for being in the choir, and these reasons influence their ...
    Master thesis
  • "I want my music to be my own": A contemporary music scene in Honiara, Solomon Islands 

    Hægland, Pål (The University of Bergen, 2010-06-20)
    My research was conducted in Honiara, the capital city of Solomon Islands, during the fall of 2008. I spent at total of five months in an urban environment, studying a music scene that has never before been studied. My ...
    Master thesis
  • "Keeping it real in Beijing"; Exploring identity, authenticity and music as a 'technology of the self' among urban middle-class youth 

    Blåsternes, Eirik (The University of Bergen, 2014-11-27)
    Abstract: With this anthropological master-thesis I am exploring urban middle-class youth in Beijing, born during the 1980s, and how they navigate and express themselves as individuals and as part of collectives. I spent ...
    Master thesis
  • Musical Analysis of Dead Elvis by Michael Daugherty 

    Goins, Rachel Karen (The University of Bergen, 2012-05-15)
    "Dead Elvis" (1993) is a post-modern work for solo bassoon and chamber ensemble by American composer Michael Daugherty. Research was conducted in order to analyze the music, literary and historical references and finally ...
    Master thesis
  • Threshold Zero - On heavy metal's positive potentials in music therapy 

    Clavier, Mikael (The University of Bergen, 2014-05-15)
    This thesis examines the positive potentials of heavy metal music. A comprehensive literature review reveals a lack of research on this field, giving inspiration to a qualitative study that focuses on heavy metal as a ...
    Master thesis