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Musicology traditionally is divided in three main branches: historical musicology, systematic musicology and ethnomusicology. Ethnomusicology is the study of music in its cultural context. Systematic musicology includes music theory, aesthetics, pedagogy, musical acoustics, the science and technology of musical instruments, and the musical implications of physiology, psychology, sociology, philosophy and computing. Cognitive musicology is the set of phenomena surrounding the cognitive modeling of music.
An album musical is a type of recording that sounds like an original cast album but is created specifically for the recording medium and is complete entertainment product in itself, rather than just promoting or reflecting an existing or planned musical theatre production or revue.
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The Greatest Album Ever Made by Lester Bangs. If you ever thought feedback was the best thing that ever happened to the guitar, well, Lou just got rid of the guitars. How to be a Rock Critic by Lester Bangs. It doesn't pay much and doesn't lead anywhere in particular, so no matter how successful you are at it, you'll eventually have to decide what you're going to do with your life anyway". Hellfire by Nick Tosches. On the tail of an elusive musical instrument. O Sister, Where Art Thou? by Skip Hollandsworth. In the early forties, eight inmates of the Goree prison unit formed one of the first all-female country and western acts in the country, capturing the hearts of millions of radio listeners. Then they nearly all vanished forever. The science of a human obsession. Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks. Tales of music and the brain.
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We've seen that musical notes can be explained using science. We can even predict how to make notes using scientific equations but this doesn't help scientists to become better musicians! This article was inspired by the work of our Rough Scientists as they attempted to create music as part of the Rough Science Cariacou series. There, raga is the art of life - it is the music of the mind. The tracks in this album focus on three instruments - the tabla, the alap and the voice - all central to the existence of Raga. Each instrument is broken down into the individual sounds that make up the intricate compositions. Performances on all three complete this introduction to the fascinating sound of Raga.