From intangible cultural heritage to collectable artefact: the theory and practice of enacting ethical responsibilities in ethnomusicological research
In this paper we focus upon two central and broad issues regarding the ethics of creating tangible, static artefacts from intangible and dynamic musical heritage: the process of making sound recordings, and the repatriation of those recordings to the cultural custodians, including the ways that these recordings act as a form of self‐representation... Our paper takes a reflective and pragmatic approach regarding these issues by focussing upon how they were addressed during Caterine Ingram’s...[Show more]
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